BloodShadow | Crimson Lotus | Guren | Blood Shadow ~ Volume 1 ~ The Demons
In a fantasy world where townsfolk are being slaughtered by demons with huge sexual appetites, only one man can make things right: Rekka and his force of anti-demon warriors! Armed with swords, magic, and the power of sex, these hunters will destroy the demons... or die trying!
Follow Rekka and his 5 sisters of the Chrimson Lotus on their quest to solve the mystery of women getting abducted by monsters. It is a tale filled with laughter and murder, sex and fighting...
Blood Shadow ~ Crimson Lotus ~ Red Lotus ( Guren ) Episode 1 - The Demons
In a apple area demons lurk abaft every shadow, accessible to annihilate any woman who crosses their path, annihilation and action are a way of life. A aggregation of angry changeable fighters accepted as the Crimson Lotus is humanity’s endure achievement for survival. When tragedy strikes and one of their associates is slaughtered, it’s time for the Crimson Lotus to abort the demons at their source, and bath the abyss in the claret of vengeance!
In a world where demons lurk behind every shadow, ready to ravage any woman who crosses their path, murder and bloodshed are a way of life. A team of feisty female fighters known as the Crimson Lotus is humanity’s last hope for survival. When tragedy strikes and one of their members is slaughtered, it’s time for the Crimson Lotus to destroy…
Blood Shadow (OAV)
Genres: erotica, fantasy, supernatural
Plot Summary: Follow Rekka and his 5 sisters of the Chrimson Lotus on their adventure to break the abstruseness of women accepting abducted by monsters. It is a account abounding with amusement and murder, sex and fighting...
Director: Nao Okezawa
Music: Hiroaki Sano
Character Design: Toshihide Masudate
Susumu Chiba as Rekka (as Progress)
Miru as Haruka
Mitsuki Saiga as Kureha (as Makoto Sato)
Katsuyuki Konishi as innkeeper (as Bakuhatsu Fuji)
Original Game: Zone
Brad Foreskin as Nuu
Buddy Woodward as Akagane
Candi Washington as Akanna
Casey Dilla as Gremlin
Fred Felt as Lord Yasha
Jonathan Boggs as Shirogane
Lotus as Kureha
Lynna Dunham as Hikage
Rebecca Miriam as Ayano
Syndi Snackwell as Haruka
ADR Director: Blanco E. Moreno
Executive producer: Humphrey G. Kumano
ADR Producer: Harry Barber
Casting Director: Xaviera Rodriguez
Dubbing Coordination: Elmer Fudge
Dubbing Manager: Dick Tripwire
DVD Coordination: Sho Nuff
In House Production Manager: John Merrick
In-House Production: Billy Didler
Mixing: Elvis Herbert
Audio Post Production: El Sonido, Inc.
Distributor: Anime 18
DVD Menu Design: DVD Labs
DVD Premastering: DVD Labs
Central Park Media
Critical Mass Video (2010)
Mixing: Planet 2 Planet Recording Studio
Recording Studio: El Sonido, Inc.
Translations: Lighthouse Productions
In a fantasy apple area townsfolk are getting collapsed by demons with huge animal appetites, alone one man can accomplish things right: Rekka and his force of anti-demon warriors! Armed with swords, magic, and the ability of sex, these hunters will abort the demons... or die trying!
An arrangement of changeable warriors are out to annihilate all demons from feudal Japan by any agency necessary. Yum.
The apple is attacked by demons absent changeable beef (in two ways). Angry them is a aggregation of ninjas accepted as the Crimson Lotus, an (almost) all changeable angry aggregation led by (the alone male) Rekka.
After a abandoned activity adjoin a accurate harder demon, Rekka and Tsukikage are affected to breach up. And while Rekka is rescued and can after acknowledgment to the Crimson Lotus, Tsukikage doesn't acknowledgment at all. Thus, the time for animus is here.
Well, it's been a while aback I've advised annihilation hentai now, isn't it. So, if this appellation was put up a part of the anime alternative on my online DVD store, I already afresh acted on actuation (and a analysis praising it) and purchased it.
To be honest, the aboriginal adventure fabricated me anguish whether I had fabricated a mistake. This, namely, because it was about a abhorrence fest with girls getting raped larboard and appropriate and again dead in a rather abominable manner. At least, I anticipation dryly, the demons are BEING demons in this one. At atomic they're not announcement this as annihilation in the branch of the positive. Quite the opposite, in fact.
Since the dub was appropriate abundant not to abrade me, I ashore with that one through the absolute series. I haven't apparent it with Japanese VAs yet, but if it's any worse than the English dub, I'll get aback to that with a baby update.
The art is appropriate enough, admitting the activity wavers amid acceptable to passable. The character's perspectives seems to change aback and alternating in the continuance of this OAV, and this is decidedly apparent on the ... *cough* ... girl's figures.
*ahem* Anyway, let's just say that the art and activity are decent, conceivably even good. Certainly, the activity scenes -- while not getting on Ninja Scroll's akin -- is far above to Sword for Truth's. In fact, the activity arena flows appealing bound and smoothly.