Trinity Blood Series
Trinity Blood (トリニティ・ブラッド) was originally a light novel series written by Sunao Yoshida and
illustrated by Shibamoto Thores.
It was soon adapted to a manga series illustrated by Kiyo Kyujou and an anime.
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The show in itself as an Anime is very well-executed. It is enjoyable, certainly captures attention if you can ignore the multiple changes in personality and such and it is worth watching. By far, the Manga is much more better in this aspect, as it provides much more to be enjoyed (and distraught about, in some cases) and it provides much more to be wanted and less to be guessed at. It keeps the audience more at the edge of their seat than the Anime had managed and may just appeal to more people with its various moments of extra added in humor that whilst the Anime does pull off its moments, cannot say to do the humorous aspects quite as well as the Manga had.
The concept of the whole series in the Anime is well-put, the battles between Good vs.
This really disapointed me...It is...just too horrible...And I don't mean the animation (Atleast not that much...). It's just that they wanted to end the series so fast and everything good what was in the manga wasn't in the anime...
The ending was also too sad. I heard the manga-ka who drew Trinity Blood is dead? I really hope that isn't true...woochann rated 9.75:
Better than most vampire animes I've watched (lol I've seen some just horrid ones). The animation is wonderful and the art is beautiful. The reds (especially) thrive with beauty and a mind of its own, but in some places it falls short for me mainly in the abrupt endings, and lack of some explanation of things; however, the positives outweigh the negatives.WalkingEncyclopedia rated 7.50:
At first this anime seems really promising. It kind of resembles Hellsing, with both Abel Nightroad and Alucard being vampires that hunt on other vampires. But the art of Trinity Blood is prettier and the naming of characters and organisations cleverer. But ultimately I am disappointed. This anime does not do the novel or even the manga justice. Lilith's name is never mentioned. She just appeared in the very very last episode without any explanation. The reason why Abel hates Cain so much to the point that he must kill him has never been explained either. The ending is extremely lame and leaves too much loose ends. The flashbacks are disorganised, abrupt and don't make much sense. And Esther becomes a completely useless, redundant and annoying character in the entire anime. She whines, prays, fangirls over Abel, cries, yells, almost kills an ambassador, almost kills Abel, then finally becomes the Queen of Albion. WTF. Epic fail.SellaLuceo rated 9.00:
One of my most favorite. Besides good OST and graphicstyle there is also intresting plot that leaves much to think about
(at least because of the fact that it's only half of the roman). However the anime differs from manga and book, some
events were replaced, other - taken away. So you should read to know exactly how it must have been.
Warning: some events in roman is too bloodthirsty and not so funny in comparison with anime.
Another interesting take on vampires that isn't retarded. It kinda looks/feels like Hellsing, but it's not. It gets bogged down toward the end, simply because the mangaka died and they didn't know what was happening with the manga when the anime ended.