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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Travelability

100%
Market Travelability
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Vampire Knight’s
home country is:
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Average Demand for Vampire Knight is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
Peak Demand
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Vampire Knight ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Vampire Knight has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

Vampire Knight tells the story of Yuki Cross. The earliest thing she remembers is being attacked on a snowy night by a vampire, and being rescued by Kaname Kuran, who is also a vampire. The story takes place 10 years after that event, Yuki is now the adopted daughter of the Headmaster of Cross Academy. She and her longtime friend Zero Kiryu keep peace at the academy, making sure no problems arise between the Day Class (humans) and the Night Class (vampires). However, the peace they try to keep is fragile, and personal feelings begin to interrupt their duty.

Country: Japan

Type: scripted

Language: Japanese

Release Date: April 7, 2008

Also Known As: Lista de capítulos de Vampire Knight, Рыцарь-вампир: Виновный |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M, PG), Canada (14A, G) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

vampire
based on manga
shoujo
anime

Company Credits

Production Co: Nihon Ad Systems (NAS), Studio DEEN

Cast

Ryûsaku Chijiwa
as Monban
Aika Noda
as Joshi seito
Jun'ichi Suwabe
as Akatsuki Kain
Yoshiko Iseki
as Kanbu no rôjo
Hiroko Kasahara
as Shiki no haha
Risa Mizuno
as Sayori Wakaba/Seiren
Wendee Lee
as Shizuka Hio
Mika Sakenobe
as Joshi ryôchô
Sôichirô Hoshi
as Senri Shiki
Jin Nishimura
as Aidô no chichi
Steve Staley
as Senri Shiki
Keiko Utsumi
as Joshi seito/Yakai no guest
Hozumi Gôda
as Kaien Cross
Erik Davies
as Haruka Kuran
Yoshimi Komiyama
as Joshi seito
Spike Spencer
as Takuma Ichijo
Aki Kanada
as Joshi seito/Shônen
Stephanie Sheh
as Sayori Wakaba
Daisuke Sasaki
as Keibi no otoko
Fumiko Orikasa
as Shizuka Hio
Kokoro Kikuchi
as Yôshôki no Aidô
Laura Bailey
as Maria Kurenai/Day Class Girl/Senri's Driver/Shiki's Mother/Waitress
Mela Lee
as Yuki Cross
Takahiro Matsukawa
as Închô
Junko Minagawa
as Ruka Sôen
Carrie Savage
as Rima Toya/Nadeshiko Shindo
Yui Horie
as Yûki Cross
Masami Kikuchi
as Hunter kyôkai-chô
Hirofumi Nojima
as Haruka Kuran
Vic Mignogna
as Zero Kiryu/Ichiru Kiryu/Ichiru Kiyru
Kirk Thornton
as Shiki's Great Uncle
Tetsu Inada
as Shiki no ôoji
Shinobu Matsumoto
as Kyôshi/Shitsujichô
Keisuke Kougo
as Danshi seito
Rie Nakagawa
as Kyôshi
Michelle Ruff
as Juri Kuran
Jun Fukuyama
as Hanabusa Aidô
Tarusuke Shingaki
as Rido Kuran/Nazo no vampire
Mayu Hayakawa
as Joshi seito
Satoshi Tsuruoka
as Hunter kyôkai no otoko
Susumu Chiba
as Takuma Ichijô
Kôji Ishii
as Asatô Ichijô
Go Inoue
as Keibi no otoko
Mayumi Asano
as Haha
Daisuke Kishio
as Kaname Kuran
Christopher Corey Smith
as Headmaster Kaien Cross
Yûko Nishihara
as Joshi seito
Dorothy Elias-Fahn
as Ruka Souen
Taya Fujimori
as Nadeshiko Shindô
Ryô Naitô
as Otoko
Suzune Okabe
as Genrôin no otoko/Rido no geboku/Vampire/Yakai no guest
Miki Suga
as Joshi seito/Kateikyôshi/Rido no geboku/Shachô/Shônen no haha
Mariko Kouda
as Juri Kuran
Mona Marshall
as Mother
Travis Willingham
as Toga Yagari
Mai Nakahara
as Maria Kurenai
Takashi Matsuyama
as Kyôshi
Mamoru Miyano
as Zero Kiryû/Ichiru Kiryû
Patrick Seitz
as Rido Kuran/Aido's Father/Mysterious Vampire
Masami Iwasaki
as Vampire no otoko
Bryce Papenbrook
as Hanabusa Aido
Colleen O'Shaughnessey
as Seiren
Eri Kitamura
as Rima Toya
Troy Baker
as Akatsuki Kain
Rion Kako
as Danshi seito
Atsushi Kosaka
as Danshi seito/Genrôin no otoko/Hunter kyôkai no otoko/Level E/Otoko/Yakai no guest
Eri Nogami
as Joshi seito
Derek Stephen Prince
as Hunter Association President/Class President/Level E Vampire
Christine Marie Cabanos
as Additional Voices
Jamieson Price
as Asato Ichijo
Ezra Weisz
as Kaname Kuran
Shukuko Tsugawa
as Rido no geboku
Hiroki Yasumoto
as Tôga Yagari
Kanon Wakeshima
as Maid

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2008 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

2008 | 13 Episodes

Media

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