Tsukihime Lunar Legend

Directed by Katsushi Sakurabi • 300 minutes minutes • Certificate 15 • Widescreen 16:9

Volume 1: Blue Blue Glass Moon, Under the Crimson Air

The ability to see the threads that bind everything and to be able to destroy anything just by severing it is known as the Mystic Eyes of Death Perception. Shiki has such a power, or would that be a curse that he must endure? Thankfully, he was given glasses that can seal this curse and he was finally able to live life normally... until now. When Shiki is strangely attracted to a woman and unwillingly kills her, his life takes a strange turn in that he didn't actually kill her... After all, it takes more than a simple cut to kill a vampire...

Contains episodes 1-4

Volume 2: Lunar Dance

The nightmare is far from over, Arcueid's true target, Roa, still roams the streets and is claiming more victims. But how can you destroy a man who keeps being reincarnated? This person could be anyone...Shiki's friends...his family...even himself? The mystery deepens as Shiki investigates the secrets that have shrouded his life...

Episodes comprise:

5. A Bow Of The Sky
6. White Dream
7. Blue Sin Mark
8. Origami

Volume 3: Nocturnal Fate

The relationship between Arcueid and Shiki is deeper than others may realize. But can this relationship endure their heritage? Roa has finally appeared and Arcueid's mission couldn't be more evident than now. But how is Shiki tied to this? The Tohno family secret is revealed as Shiki's memories of the past return...

Episodes Comprise:

9. Death
10. Vermilion Crimson Moon
11. Misfortunate Night
12. Lunar World

What they say about Tsukihime Lunar Legend

...there's plenty of atmosphere and a lot of good character work is done throughout the series.