Blood+

Blood+: One Night KissBlood+ Final PieceBlood+: The final pieceBLOOD+ ONE NIGHT KISS
Blood+, pronounced "Blood Plus," is an anime series produced by Production I.G and Aniplex and directed by Junichi Fujisaku.wikipedia
239 Related Articles

Aniplex

SPE Visual WorksSME Visual WorksAniplex Channel
Blood+, pronounced "Blood Plus," is an anime series produced by Production I.G and Aniplex and directed by Junichi Fujisaku.
Blood+

Production I.G

I.G TatsunokoI.G. TatsunokoProduction I.G.
Blood+, pronounced "Blood Plus," is an anime series produced by Production I.G and Aniplex and directed by Junichi Fujisaku.
Blood+ (2005–2006)

Blood: The Last Vampire

Blood: The Last Vampire 2000Blood the Last Vampire 2000Japanese anime
Blood+ was inspired by the 2000 anime film Blood: The Last Vampire; however, there are only a few allusions and basic elements from the film.
It also spawned a fifty-episode anime series set in an alternate universe titled Blood+ as well as a second anime series, Blood-C.

Animax

Animax Broadcast Japan Inc.Animax-AsiaAnimax Brasil
The series premiered in Japan on Sony's anime satellite channel, Animax, as well as on terrestrial networks such as MBS, TBS, and RKB on October 8, 2005. The series simultaneously aired on Animax, Sony's Japanese anime satellite channel, with its networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia also later airing the series.
Its programs include, Noir, Wolf's Rain, Twin Spica, Planet Survival, Excel Saga (which Locomotion intended to air), Samurai 7, Gun Frontier, Gantz, Heat Guy J, Galaxy Angel, Burst Angel, Blood+, Hell Girl, Mushishi, Bleach, Neon Genesis Evangelion (which previously aired on Locomotion), Samurai X, The Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok, Death Note, Fate Stay Night, Black Cat, SoltyRei, R.O.D. The TV, xxxHolic, Bokurano, Humanoid Monster Bem, Speed Grapher, Basilisk, Trinity Blood, Black Jack, Gankutsuou, Legend of Blue, 009-1 and Musumet.

Animax Asia

AnimaxEnglish language networksnetworks
The series simultaneously aired on Animax, Sony's Japanese anime satellite channel, with its networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia also later airing the series.
Animax also airs anime series that premiered in Taiwan and Hong Kong prior to their release in Southeast Asian networks, some of them are Death Note, Blood+, Trinity Blood and Mushishi.

Hitomi Takahashi (singer)

Hitomi TakahashiTakahashi, Hitomi
The opening and ending themes are performed by a variety of artists, including Hitomi Takahashi, Chitose Hajime, Hyde, Mika Nakashima, Angela Aki, Uverworld, Jinn, and K.
She is best known through her songs Bokutachi no Yukue and Aozora no Namida, which were theme songs to animation programs Gundam Seed Destiny and Blood+, respectively.

Mark Mancina

Except for the opening and ending themes, the entire musical score for Blood+ was the work of noted film score producer Hans Zimmer and noted composer Mark Mancina.
Mancina composed the music for the 2005–06 anime television series Blood+, which had music produced by Hans Zimmer.

Chitose Hajime

Hajime, ChitoseHajime (元) Chitose
The opening and ending themes are performed by a variety of artists, including Hitomi Takahashi, Chitose Hajime, Hyde, Mika Nakashima, Angela Aki, Uverworld, Jinn, and K.
She returned to the music industry in November 2005 with the single "Kataritsugu Koto", the ending theme for the anime series BLOOD+.

Uverworld

The opening and ending themes are performed by a variety of artists, including Hitomi Takahashi, Chitose Hajime, Hyde, Mika Nakashima, Angela Aki, Uverworld, Jinn, and K.
After a three-month break, Uverworld released "Colors of the Heart" as the third opening theme for Blood+, an anime series based on the animated movie, Blood: The Last Vampire.

Jinn (band)

JinnRaion
The opening and ending themes are performed by a variety of artists, including Hitomi Takahashi, Chitose Hajime, Hyde, Mika Nakashima, Angela Aki, Uverworld, Jinn, and K.
In August 2006, the single Raion was released, which was featured as the final opening theme to the Blood+ anime series.

Mika Nakashima

Nana starring Mika NakashimaMi-ka Naka-shimaNakashima Mika
The opening and ending themes are performed by a variety of artists, including Hitomi Takahashi, Chitose Hajime, Hyde, Mika Nakashima, Angela Aki, Uverworld, Jinn, and K.
Following the release of the Nana movie, Nakashima visited Memphis, Tennessee, and started another project beginning with the heavily gospel-influenced "Cry No More", the ending theme of the anime Blood+.

Okinawa Island

OkinawaOkinawanisland of Okinawa
The series is initially set in September 2005 in Okinawa City (Koza) on Okinawa Island near the US Kadena Air Base.
Okinawa was the setting for the horror anime series Blood+ and sports manga Harukana Receive.

Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko

Sneaker Bunko
The first volume was released in Japan on May 1, 2006 by Kadokawa Shoten under their male oriented Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko label.

Hyde (musician)

Hyde666Haunted Records
The opening and ending themes are performed by a variety of artists, including Hitomi Takahashi, Chitose Hajime, Hyde, Mika Nakashima, Angela Aki, Uverworld, Jinn, and K.
Starting in January 2006, Hyde's single "Season's Call" was used as the second opening theme to the anime Blood+.

Grasshopper Manufacture

ghmGrasshopper
Blood+: One Night Kiss, from Namco Bandai Games and Grasshopper Manufacture, is an Action-adventure game that was originally released on August 30, 2006.
Potential losses are often made up by the development of games based on popular anime franchises, such as Samurai Champloo: Sidetracked, Blood+: One Night Kiss, and Rebuild of Evangelion: Sound Impact.

Goichi Suda

Suda51Goichi "Suda51" Suda
Featuring cel-shaded graphics in the same style as Killer7, the game is directed by the CEO of Grasshopper, Goichi Suda.
Alongside his more recognizable work, both he and his studio have developed other video game projects in collaboration with outside studios, including original titles such as Guild01 and Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse; and licensed projects related to anime series such as Blood+, Samurai Champloo and the Short Peace project.

Dark Horse Comics

Dark HorseLegendDark Horse Books
All three manga adaptations have been licensed for release in English in North America by Dark Horse Comics.
Publications include Akira, Astro Boy, Berserk, Blade of the Immortal, Ghost in the Shell (manga), Lone Wolf and Cub, Trigun and Blood Blockade Battlefront by Yasuhiro Nightow, Gantz, Hellsing and Drifters by Kouta Hirano, Blood+, Multiple Personality Detective Psycho, FLCL, Oreimo, and America's longest running manga series, Oh My Goddess! by Kōsuke Fujishima.

Blood-C

Blood-C: The Last DarkBlood-Club DollsSaya Kisaragi
Blood-C
It is the second anime series in the Blood franchise following the 2005–2006 series Blood+.

Monthly Shōnen Ace

Shōnen AceAce NextGekkan Shōnen Ace
Blood+, by Asuka Katsura, is a five-volume series that first premiered in Monthly Shōnen Ace in July 2005.
Blood+

Satellite television

satellitedirect broadcast satellitesatellite TV
The series premiered in Japan on Sony's anime satellite channel, Animax, as well as on terrestrial networks such as MBS, TBS, and RKB on October 8, 2005. The series simultaneously aired on Animax, Sony's Japanese anime satellite channel, with its networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia also later airing the series.

Terrestrial television

Broadcastover-the-airterrestrial
The series premiered in Japan on Sony's anime satellite channel, Animax, as well as on terrestrial networks such as MBS, TBS, and RKB on October 8, 2005.

Mainichi Broadcasting System

MBSMainichi Broadcasting System, Inc.MBS Radio
The series premiered in Japan on Sony's anime satellite channel, Animax, as well as on terrestrial networks such as MBS, TBS, and RKB on October 8, 2005.

Tokyo Broadcasting System

TBSTBS NetworkTBS TV
The series premiered in Japan on Sony's anime satellite channel, Animax, as well as on terrestrial networks such as MBS, TBS, and RKB on October 8, 2005.

RKB Mainichi Broadcasting

RKBRKB Mainichi Broadcasting CorporationRKB Radio
The series premiered in Japan on Sony's anime satellite channel, Animax, as well as on terrestrial networks such as MBS, TBS, and RKB on October 8, 2005.