Halloween is almost here and that means it’s time to get in the mood by getting in touch with your inner ghouls and ghosts. But what about vampires? While a pretty popular character type, we feel like there are ten Vampires whose fangs are just a bit sharper than the rest. Curious to see who made our top ten? Get out your garlic and wooden stakes and hit the jump to find out, if you dare!
There are people that just can't read the room and figure out when they should leave and then there are people who don't get the message even after their heart has stopped. This type of person is the olympic athlete of overstaying their welcome and aren't leaving until you help them figure out their problem, which usually means solving a murder! Hit the jump for the 5th and final part our our Halloween-themed October special, the 5 most loved and hated ghosts!
Half-man and half-wolf, werewolves transform in the light of the full moon or, more often, whenever they want really, into in bloodthirsty beast. Or maybe just the head of the newspaper club? Tragically playing second fiddle to vampires, werewolves have a lot of unexplored potential waiting to be appreicated! Hit the jump for part 3 of our 5-Part Halloween-themed October special, the 5 most loved and hated werewolves!
Telepathy, telekinesis, and clairvoyance. Psychic powers come in many flavors but share the common struggle of being different. Fortunately, were anyone to put them on a site that allowed strangers to vate that they hate them, they'll know just who you are. Still, Anime-Planet has put it to a vote to let fans decide which they most love and hate, so hit the jump to see the top 5 loved and hated psychics in anime! Don't say I didn't warn you...
Kadokawa's official anime YouTube channel today released a 100-second anime PV for the final 17th volume of Yuuki Kodama's vampire-themed action comedy manga series Blood Lad. Yuta Takamura (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable episode director) directed the clip for NAZ (Hamatora).
This weekend, Yuuki Kodama wrapped up 2009 supernatural action-comedy Blood Lad in the October issue of manga magazine Young Ace. Following the release, Kodama took to Twitter to say he hoped fans enjoyed the ride, and be patient for news of a follow-up, along with sharing the art for the series final pin-up. Get a look after the jump.