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  • Actors: Akio Ôtsuka, Maaya Sakamoto, Tsutomu Isobe, Osamu Saka
  • Directors: Mitsuyuki Masuhara
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Parental Guidance (PG)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: July 31 2012
  • Run Time: 283 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007ILZAA4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,850 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

Bitten by a vampire while pregnant, Eric Brooks' mother gave birth to a baby boy a child born with all the strengths of a vampire and only one of its weaknesses. Struggling with a blood thirst, but imbued with supernatural powers, that child has become the vampire hunter know as Blade.

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By Mike24 on March 1 2015
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I first started watching this on Netflix and some for reason it was taken off Netflix. I was really glad that I was able to purchase this DVD from Amazon. I really like the series. I wish it was longer though. I think it only had twelve episodes. I wish they made more but the price was well worth it for the DVD.
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I like Blade, and I like the Blade movie, but this Jap-anime version is so bad, not only the voice casting they pick for the character, but also the way they handle his swordsmanship.. 1st blade, 2nd blade...

the only part I enjoy is the episode that blade join force with Wolverine
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If you really want to see what Blade is all about this anime series will tell you.If the movie was based on this series, it would have been a hit despite the mediocre acting.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful
This series was way better than X-Men or Iron Man June 27 2012
By S. Der - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I have watched both the X-Men series and Iron Man series and I really thought this one was the best of the three. I thought X-Men series had no action at all and should not even been called X-Men series. It was more of them just standing/sitting around and talking about their enemies and who is behind all of this events happening. If they weren't doing that than they would be standing/sitting around and playing mind games with each other. The "actually fighting" would last about 30 seconds or so for each show. Not an action pack series at all. Iron Man was much better than X-Men, but not as good as Blade.

What makes Blade better than the other two series? It has the right storyline, action, and characters mix all in one. In every show, you will get to see Blade "actually fighting" and he is kicking butt at it. He also knows how to fight and talk at the same time. Amazing!

The series has rememberable characters and are used well to make a great story. They really try to build up every main character and explained their reasons why they're fighting the vampires. Each one has their own story to tell and each one has a different reason for fighting. Even the main villain has a story to tell! I started to really care for each character more and more as I learned more about them more.

I love how in this show has Blade doing special deadly sword techniques. He would kill harder and tougher enemies with his special sword techniques. Also, they slowly introduce each sword technique he knows how to do. This was done very well in the series as they didn't rush it all in. I started to think how many does he know? How many are there? Blade starts doing harder more advantage sword technique as his enemies get harder to kill. Well done, I thought.

If you were disappointed with Iron Man or X-Men series than you need to watch this show because this one is way better than those two series!
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
DVD Review: "Blade" Anime Series Aug. 11 2012
By ERSInk . com - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I've never been a big fan of Marvel Comics. I don't read any of their titles on a regular basis. I enjoy all the movies, but fancy myself more of a DC guy. The Marvel characters I gravitate towards seem to be the anti-heroes and darker ones like Ghost Rider, the Punisher, and Blade.

I like all the Blade films and the short-lived TV series. What's not to like about watching a half-vampire / half-human who uses his namesake to eradicate the evil bloodsuckers of the world? Now we get to enjoy an anime version of the vampire hunter's adventures thanks to Marvel and Japan's Madhouse.

The "Blade" Anime Series includes all 12 episodes on 2 DVDs. The show takes off when Eric Brooks, known in the vampire world as Blade, goes on the hunt for Deacon Frost. Frost is a rare four-fanged fiend that killed Brooks' mother. Blade partners up with several interesting characters in his quest for vengeance. He even runs into Wolverine in one of the episodes.
The animation for this show is superb. There's plenty to keep your eyes glued to the screen. The colors are vibrant and the artwork is stylish. Fans of anime will love it and those who don't necessarily enjoy the style will appreciate it for the gory visuals and intelligent storylines.

Writer Warren Ellis (Secret Avengers) penned the tale for the series. It's intricate and each episode ties together, forcing you to keep up. It's not a show you can jump into in the middle. Even if one segment stands alone, there's so much occurring in the background that viewers will be lost when it comes to events the characters discuss regularly.
The special features included in the collection will thrill fans. There's a 30-minute documentary entitled "Special Talk Session: Marvel Anime's 'Blade' and 'Wolverine.'" The director and crew are interviewed about working behind the scenes on the shows. Two featurettes, "The Marvel Anime Universe: Blade Re-Awakened" and "Blade: The Vampire Slayer," give viewers a more in-depth look at how the series came to be.

The "Blade" Anime Series DVD will please comic book and horror fans alike. If you love the character already, this will satisfy you. If you're a vampire fan, get ready for a variety of bloodsucking monsters you've never dreamed of before. There's an abundance of evil beasts we get to see destroyed in different ways. I also wanted to mention this has a fantastic audio mix. You can hear all sorts of great effects and sounds throughout the episodes. This is a must-have for everyone who loves horror films and comics.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This series was way better than X-Men or Iron Man June 27 2012
By S. Der - Published on Amazon.com
I have watched both the X-Men series and Iron Man series and I really thought this one was the best out of the three. I thought X-Men series had no action at all and should not even been called X-Men series. It was more of them just standing/sitting around and talking about their enemies and who is behind all of this events happening. If they weren't doing that than they would be standing/sitting around and playing mind games with each other. The "actually fighting" would last about 30 seconds or so for each show. Not an action pack series at all. Iron Man was much better than X-Men, but not as good as Blade.

What makes Blade better than the other two series? It has the right storyline, action, and characters mix all in one. In every show, you will get to see Blade "actually fighting" and he is kicking butt at it. He also knows how to fight and talk at the same time. Amazing!

The series has rememberable characters and are used well to make a great story. They really try to build up every main character and talked the why they are fighting the vampires. Each one has their own story to tell and each one has a different reason for fighting. Even the main villain story gets told in full to why he is the main villain. I started to really care for each character more and more as I learned more about them more.

I love how in this show has Blade doing special deadly sword techniques. He would kill harder and tougher enemies with his special sword techniques. Also, they slowly introduce each sword technique he knows how to do. This was done very well in the series as they didn't rush it all in. I started to think how many does he know? How many are there? Blade starts doing harder more advantage sword technique as his enemies get harder to kill. Well done, I thought.

If you were disappointed with Iron Man or X-Men series than you need to watch this show because this one is way better than those two series!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Totally Underated Blade adult animated series-written by Warren Ellis-Animation produced by the legendary MADHOUSE Oct. 8 2013
By walter - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Madhouse really did Blade JUSTICE!!! Blade is set in Asia-its Dark & Smokey-very atmospheric travels up thru the Golden Triangle-Master storyteller Warren Ellis wrote an Adult storyline only problem is that that only did 22 ephisodes -should have done a second season
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Double-edged Sword March 19 2012
By Where is my content anyway? - Published on Amazon.com
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Revised April 7, 2012 EPISODES 1-13

The action is okay, the animation is pretty good, the effects and sound are good and the music isn't bad but in the end this hero's journey is just too demoralizing. The story is supposedly about Blade search for vengeance for his mother's death but while Blade has touching farewells with relative strangers, the farewell he had with his mother under similar circumstances was horrible creating an awkward comparison and severely diminishing the resonance of Blade's mission.

Blade is depicted as needing to be rescued so often he sometimes becomes a secondary character in the series. He is stomped emotionally, physically and even literally at crucial moments. Tough fights? Great. Constantly getting beat down when it matters most? Pass. Blade has some good points, but the first installments will only be entertaining to those who enjoy watching the hero being crucified and the thirteenth episode will be even more bizarre than it is without them.

Hold your holy water and wait for the next story arc.


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