Vampire Knight, Vol. 1

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Overview

This release from the whimsical dark and sexy anime series Vampire Knight includes episodes 1-4 of the show, following the students of the Cross Academy, where Yuki and Zero watch over the Disciplinary Committee guard a careful secret about the school's night classes - that they're entirely populated by vampires. Extras with the set include trailers and textless opening and closing credits.
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Overview

This release from the whimsical dark and sexy anime series Vampire Knight includes episodes 1-4 of the show, following the students of the Cross Academy, where Yuki and Zero watch over the Disciplinary Committee guard a careful secret about the school's night classes - that they're entirely populated by vampires. Extras with the set include trailers and textless opening and closing credits.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/20/2010
  • UPC: 782009241331
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  • Source: Viz Media
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:40:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 20,981

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Vampire Knight, Vol. 1
1. Part A [2:37]
3. Part B [10:14]
5. Part A [1:55]
7. Part B [10:49]
9. Part A [2:16]
11. Part B [11:02]
13. Part A [1:55]
15. Part B [10:43]
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Disc #1 -- Vampire Knight, Vol. 1
   Play
   Scene Selection
      Episode 1: Night of Vampires
      Episode 2: Memories of Blood
      Episode 3: The Fang of Pentence
      Episode 4: Trigger of Condemnation
   Set Up
      Language
         English
         Japanese
      Subtitles
         Subtitles: Off
         Subtitles: On
   Extras
      Trailers
      Available From Viz Media
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Average Rating 4.5
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  • Posted October 12, 2010

    Wonderful!!!!!

    I love this anime!!!!!! I love the mangas as well, so to finally see the characters come to life speaking English is a thrill! Mela Lee as Yuki, Vic Mignogna as Zero, and Ethan Murray as Kaname were really good choices for the characters. They portray the characters very well. It's funny to watch and has something for everyone; romance; action; mystery; comedy; it has it all. I highly recommend watching this anime and reading the mangas. They are all wonderful and keep you on the edge of your seat.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2012

    Vampire Knight review

    I was hooked not because they're vampires...I'm hooked because of Kaien, who acts like he has gone insane! What a great daddy. Zero was like " I'M SO PISSED!!!" mood everyday, now that's the thing I really like. I wasn't thrilled about Kaname and other Night class students being vampires, that's a little bit boring but I think Matsuri Hino made a masterpiece...Matsuri san wa manga kami desu!!! I don't know how to convert the Romaji into Hiragana...oh...woe is me...DON'T LOOK AT MY REVIEW!!! IT'S BORING!!!!

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  • Posted June 4, 2011

    Vampire Knight is the Best....

    In a nutshell.... Cross academy is a school where they students live in dorms... Yuki's adoptive father is the headmaster of the school. This school has a day class and a night class.

    The big secret: Vampires attend the academys night classes. Yukki and her Friend Zero patrol the school grounds at night to make sure the night class Vampires follow the Rules. And to make sure the Human students dont figure out that the sexy night class students are truely Vampires!

    Plot twist- Yukki has feelings for Kaname. He is a Pureblood vampire in the night class. It is a shock to all the students that he also has a stong interest in Yuki.

    Her feelings for her Friend Zero come out when she finds out a deadly secret about him.... Time is running out for Zero and Yukki will risk is all to try to buy him more time... She will even go behind Kanames back and risk their friendship and possible relationship to try to save Zero.

    What a great take on vampires... There are a few rare PureBloods who have special powers ...Then there are the upperclass noble Vampires. Then there are Vampires that were once Human. (only rare Purbloods can turn humans to vampires)...All Naural born Vampires look down upon this lower Class. The once human vampires slowly turn crazy with their lust for blood. They eventually need to be hunted down like animals once they fall to a "level E"

    I found this series by accident on youtube. I Watched just a few scenes and I was hooked... Thank goodness I was able to buy the Dvds and the Manga at Barnes&noble.

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