anime review: Vampire Princess Miyu

Have flute will travel

This diffrent take on vampires is as intriquing as it is well drawn. The stories deal with a myriad of the japanese demon legends along with a new take on our western vampires thrown in.

With Larva, her faithful campanion, Miyu sends stray demons out of this world. The stories all have some deep meaning behind them from appearances are deceiving to not deluding ourselves to not trusting strangers. The stories move along with endings that are not close to happy.

This series is darker than the average anime seen here in the west. Definately not for the very young or those tender of spirit. At least one of the stories had my oldest in tears.

If you are ready for stories that don’t necessarily come out happily then watch this one. You wont be disappointed.

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