Rosario + Vampire

From Mental Block

Rosario + Vampire is an anime series adapted from the manga series of the same title by Akihisa Ikeda.

Season 1[edit | edit source]

The story revolves around Tsukune Aono, a boy with poor grades who accidentally enrolls into Yokai Academy, a special school inhabited by monsters and demons where humans are not allowed. There he encounters the vampire Moka Akashiya who is attracted to his blood's sweet taste. While trying to hide his human identity, he meets other girls who take a romantic interest in him. The anime is loosely based on the first nineteen chapters of the manga, and focuses more on the romantic comedy aspect and the "monster of the week" motif that was previously featured in tokusatsu shows, as well as some rare occasions of breaking the fourth wall. 

Succubus and a Vampire (Episode 2)[edit | edit source]

After learning that the bus driver only makes trips to and from the academy once a month, Tsukune tries not to draw any attention to himself, but Moka is more than happy to greet him affectionately, drawing jealousy from the other students, including the popular succubus student Kurumu Kurono. After Tsukune remarks that Moka is only using him for his blood, Kurumu seduces Tsukune by putting him in a trance, but Tsukune manages to break the spell.

Season 2[edit | edit source]

Rosario + Vampire Capu2, released in 2008 and produced by Gonzo, serves as season 2 of Rosario + Vampire.

A year has passed since Tsukune was sent to the Youkai academy. Tsukune has gotten used to life there, or so he thought. As a second year, he and the girls are looked up to by the juniors. On the first day back to school, a sudden encounter with Shuzen Kokoa, takes a turn for the worst. What Adventures or should we say, misadventures await our human, vampire and friends?

Pretty Boy and a Vampire (Episode 10)[edit | edit source]

A new transfer student named Kotaro Ijuin attends the academy, gradually hypnotizing the female student body against their will. Meanwhile, Kokoa searches for her mysterious bat, who has somehow disappeared out of the blue. Kotaro successfully hypnotizes the entire female student body, unbelievably including Gin. Kokoa, eventually deducing that Kotaro is really her mysterious bat in disguise during his stage performance, almost becomes hypnotized as well. Tsukune, who has tried everything to stop Kotaro, jumps up on stage and removes the rosary from Moka's neck. Moka's inner self and Kokoa defeat Kotaro together, undoing the hypnotic spell on the entire female student body.

Episode 11[edit | edit source]

The girls are hypnotized by a magic mirror to show their true form.