Trinity Blood

Runtime : 24 mins

Genre : Action & Adventure Animation Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Vote Rating : 6.9/10

Last Episode To Air: 28 October 2005

Network : WOWOW Prime


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Plot : Many centuries ago, man's Armageddon gave birth to the vampires' wrath. As man and immortal clash, a reality-shattering threat looms. Hope resides solely in a new breed of hunter operating under the Vatican's authority. The true battle between holiness and evil has begun.

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