English: Diabolik Lovers
Japanese: DIABOLIK LOVERS
Sep 16, 2013 to Dec 9, 2013
15 min. per ep.
R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
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SynopsisYui Komori used to see dead people. But as troubling as past glimpses of spirits, poltergeists, and psychic phenomena may have been, they pale into insignificance compared to what she's about to discover once she's forced to transfer to a new school. Because it turns out that her own history is very different from what she thought it was, and she has a very different kind of family waiting for her.
Now she'll be sharing her living space with six very attractive young men, though not a single one is human. And while her new dorm mates may be brothers, and their attraction to her involves her bloodline, "brotherly" is the last word to describe their intentions. In moving from her father's church to becoming the object of six blood lusting young vampires' affections, Yui will undergo the most shocking, soul ripping and draining experience any teenage girl could imagine in her wildest fantasies... or most salacious nightmares.
(Source: Sentai Filmworks)
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Opening Theme"Mr.SADISTIC NIGHT" by Ayato Sakamaki (Hikaru Midorikawa) & Shuu Sakamaki (Kousuke Toriumi) (eps 2-11)
Ending Theme#1: "nightmare" by Yuuki Hayashi (eps 1-12)
#2: "Mr.SADISTIC NIGHT" by Ayato Sakamaki (Hikaru Midorikawa) & Shuu Sakamaki (Kousuke Toriumi) (ep 12)
From the start let's address the elephant in the room. Or why I won't give this a low score just because it's misogynistic(and yes it hell of is). Anime is art and the purpose of art is not to show us only pretty things we would like to see(duh...!). Handling aside I respect it for tackling such a taboo theme. I mean no one is trashing "12 Years a Slave" for displaying slavery so why trash this purely on the fact that it's misogynistic. So I will not score it 1 or 2 just because I dislike one of the main themes.
The premise of the story is solid. We have a religious girl, churches, vampires and endless points of conflict. It's a pity that the solid base was wasted on a placeholder plot that was a pathetic cover for vampires bloodsucking a girl. And don't get me started on what's the bloodsucking a placeholder for. The whole thing was done in a retarded manner that was just wasteful.
Well it's bad. From the start we have a different vampire "bloodsucking" the girl every episode. Then someone had the revelation that they needed an ending so they created one from there arses.
Complexity and Catharsis
The complexity is nonexistent, but then again you don't watch this anime for complexity. As for catharsis I was annoyed enough to write a review so.... some(I guess).
From the disappointing plot they actually got something that they can use in the future, but from it being a standalone it's again bad. Almost nothing changed in anyway for the heroine and the rest of the characters continued like - "well that happened blah,blah.....".
Ok we have the main heroine Yui Komori and the vampires. Why vampires and not names? Well they barely have the personalities of secondary characters. They are stereotypical with everyone having different traits. And they are...
1. The I am so cool and aloof.
2. The smart I'll do everything type.
3.The possessive and aggressive one.
6.The only possibly good one as a character,at least for me, so I won't spoil him.
The antagonists thrown in there for the flimsy plot are not worth mentioning.
And here is our heroine Yui. Now I will allow myself to make a comparison. Think of Fantine from Les Miserables turn her character around in the worse possible manner and you got Yui. She is brain dead and I mean really it's wow. She could be seen as a masochist if you have a kind look on her character, but no..... she is just a really weak character that is there to be the object for the rape like scenarios.
As a whole the characters are horribly inconsistent. They behave against all reason established by their character which they cling to(exept Yui the poor bird is just stupid). Also there is virtually no development. At least the backdrop was sort of not terrible on the grand scheme of things.
Art and Sound
The art I loved. It is positively gorgeous. If only the anime was as good as it's visuals. The whole theme created by the art was what I wanted the anime to be. The sound wasn't bad, I found a bit unmemorable. The opening was alright and the ending was good.The bite sound was annoying as hell.
Enjoyment and Recommendation
I am giving it the benefit of the doubt that in the future it will get better and this whole season was just a character intro(I hope it is).
Did I enjoy it? Parts of it no matter how small they were.
Would I recommend it? . As anime it's bad like really bad one of the worse I have seen. Yet it tackles(even if in a horrible manner) taboo themes which you do not see everyday. I mean I watched the whole thing so it has to have some redeeming qualities like the art and it's really short too.
As for recommending it, it's a resounding NO. There are definitely better things to watch and do, but at the end you decide.
I just marathoned this abomination (which wasn't too difficult considering each episode is under 14 min) and first of all, men: if you hate women and like to see them abused you will love this show, ladies: if you are masochists you will also love this show. If these descriptions do not fit you, you will just be vomiting your brain cells out the entire time.
From reading the summary, you would (obviously) think this story would evolve to the brilliant anime equivalent of the Mona Lisa or the Sistine Chapel but no. Let's go through this using the provided elements.
Alright, I KNOW the art is pretty. It was why I clicked on the cursed show. A bunch of pretty boys with awesome gradient hair. This is how the creators (satan) draw you in. DO NOT FALL FOR IT. You will be coasting on the art for 3 or so hours telling yourself the plot will get better. Spoiler alert: it doesn't. The plot is a giant lie. You keep waiting for it to pop up and when it does in the 3rd or 2nd to last episode you wonder why they even bothered to add one in because it is god awful. I laughed bitterly at my naivety. What you will be getting is 3 hours of continuous blood draining, she is bitten by like 3 of the brothers per episode and miraculously, she does not develop anemia or pass out regularly from blood loss even though the boys go HARD in the blood. Also she never has any marks on her neck when the next guy has a go unless it is valuable for them to notice (eg. "oh I see so-and-so has already been here, what a guy..."). There was even a scene where one vampire bit her then when he went to bite her again the previous marks were already gone. What else can I say about the story, nothing else happens.
Sound: Alright, prepare for a buttload of awkward sucking sounds. Even when they are licking her neck there is slurping sounds, as if they can't contain their vampiric saliva and have to constantly be sucking it back, it is horrifying. I can't comment on the music because it was not memorable. As for the voices, very nice selection, good choice of voice actors if anything (I am being genuine), sometimes it masks the horrible words coming from their mouths (only not really). As for the dialogue... just a repeat of moans and comments on the flavour of her blood, etc.
Characters: Our main girl is a mediocre dunce who is having a really difficult time realizing these dudes are just scumbags. Every time she approaches a guy she is shocked that he soon after sucks her blood. She has no spine so she usually lets him have his way with her after which she runs off scared only to come back and repeat the process. One vampire, the only tolerable one, even gives her the opportunity to leave but she stays to try and figure out the plot (haha fool). As for the guys: scumbags with varying levels of sociopathic and sadistic tendencies. One character lays around all episode sounding tired while another with bipolar schizophrenia (and most inclined to be a serial killer of the bunch) stabs the crap out of his potatoes while laughing maniacally. Each of the 5 brothers are drawn to her but there is only one romantic connection really (and it's with the most rape-y of the vampires, of course) and it is also quite pathetic and shallow (this can be considered our character development). There is not any meaningful interaction between the boys and our heroine other than blood letting and beating around the bush pretending there is a plot (yet she still cares about them). One guy even comes up with a misogynistic nickname for the main character on the spot that is so offensive and out of nowhere I almost spit out my beverage. It doesn't help that he uses it like 7,000,000,000 (+/-) times over the course of the anime. None of the characters are especially likeable, they are all quite horrible and I wanted them all to die.
Enjoyment: You will laugh, you will cry, you may stab yourself through the chest with a silver knife. Regardless, you WILL wonder how you managed to watch all 12 episodes in one sitting (I hate myself). My final spoken word as the last episode came to an end was a incredulous "what" because I literally had no idea what happened in the end.
Disregarding all math that would give the correctly balanced final rating, I throw all numbers out the window and give it a 2. It could have borderlined on a 3 thanks to the art but "dreadful" suits this anime much better than "poor". Only use this anime as a tool of revenge. read more
This series....or rather this abomination is what I would call a trainwreck that never had itself on rail. Visual novels aren’t easy to adapt. In fact, recent years has shown that many anime series never lives up to its original material that result in disappointed fans. However, there are also some VN adaptations that are so horrid, so atrocious, so dreadful, so disastrous, so unappealing that it can be in a category of its own. Diabolik Lovers belongs to the category for failure with all its rights. This show is something of a tragedy - an anime adaptation that is almost an insult to the brain to watch.
Diabolik Lovers is an anime series adapted from the visual novel of the same name. Zexcs handles its production and from one of their more recent notorious series known as Aku no Hana (Flowers of Evil), it’s their chance to step up to the plate again. But only this time, we deal not with a gym clothes but instead with vampires.
The series begins with a young girl named Yui Komori who we know almost nothing about. Well, on the surface, we know that she seems to be a normal girl with a sweet personality. However, I would describe Yui as an empty doll. Why? Well it’s because she is constantly being played by the guys of this show. She takes the role of a toy and the boys just loves to have their play time. Of course, the guys that plays with her aren’t exactly normal. No in fact, they are vampires. They view Yui as a meal nearly every time their eyes are set on her. She is their happy meal and they’re loving it.
Yui also gets treated by the vampire boys as almost a dog on a leash. In essence, she becomes exactly what a frail girl is - helpless, pathetic, and unresisting. On various occasions, she tries to get out of her situation typically involving rape-like scenarios but finds it ever so difficult to do so. It’s a story gone wrong with Yui being the heroine. No matter how girlish she is, there’s no limit on her stupidity and how she deals with her new lifestyle. Whether it’s at home or at school, she submits to her tormentors without ever trying to escape. To make matters worse, she even compliments on the guys in hopes of getting a break. The result though? Vampire rape, hickeys, and blood scars.
As an anime series aimed at a female audience, I suppose the guys have some appealing features. Most of them are designed to look aristocrats and behaves as such. In their minds, they are the masters of the mansion and Yui is their dog. The only difference is that instead of the guys feeding them, it’s the other way around. Most of them have contrasting personalities ranging from Shu’s laziness, Reiji’s demanding attitude, Ayato’s aggressiveness, Kanato’s unstable mind, and Raito’s sadism. Regardless their differences though, they all want one thing: Yui’s blood.
The construction of the story is absolutely ridiculous. There is almost no plot development or characterization; there is never in fact any character development since all of them sees Yui as food with their vampiric eyes. Most of the early episodes focuses on the guys whom each gets his chance to spend some time with Yui. These usually end up with Yui losing blood and crying herself to tears. Are we supposed to feel sorry for the girl? Perhaps but with what she’s doing, there’s a complete sense of hopelessness for her. Each of the guys also seems to have some sort of history as demonstrated by occasional flashback scenes played throughout the series. Unfortunately, it’s never really fully explored so it’s up to viewers to guess in their heads. The story itself also assumed contain a form of romance but usually comes out in an atrocious way that leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
Artwork wise, there’s nothing really special with the way the characters are designed besides their outfits. Their eyes reflects those of a vampires so some of them are noticeable. The mansion the characters live in has some artistic value with an English-like architectural design. Unfortunately, the atmosphere of the series obliterates any sense of artistic value since it twists around the idea of sexual abuse.
The soundtrack is mediocre at best with an eerie like background. The way the show handles itself hardly comes as any special in terms of OST because most of the time, you’ll be listening Yui fighting for her life and screaming her lungs out. The screams she lets out is a cry for help but no one ever comes. I do give some credit to the ED song though as it creates a sense of darkness. Additionally, the show’s sadistic voice tones of Ayato and Raito gets the job done in that field.
Diabolik Lovers is the perfect example of how to not adapt a shoujo anime series based off a game. The shows’ sadism and vampire rape tones is almost an insult to viewers itself. Yui is one of those characters that is unbearable to watch. At various times, I found myself siding with the vampires since they at least have a control of their characters’ degree. Oh and the humor? It’s blend as dry paint. It tries to add some humor to its dialogues but this comes out as awkward and senseless. Thank goodness each episode is less than the typical 24 minutes or I would of screamed my lungs out for it to be over. Ultimately, I did stick around the show to see how it developed or ended. Unfortunately, it proves once again just how much of an abomination it really is.
(It says I only watched 1/12 episodes but I finished most of it, couldn't force myself to watch last few though; so I'd say this review holds valid.)
I'm not going to lie, I watched this because I love reverse harems, and I *ehem* adore nicely drawn male characters. But this?! This is an insult to all my brain cells.
The plot isn't even worth mentioning because there isn't any. This anime is so pointless and consists of the female walking around getting her blood drained like 5 million times. How is she not dead? This anime is rate r because there are a lot of potential rape scenes. The girl and some vampire always looks like they will engage in some non-consensual borderline sexual activity. There's no real development in anything. So in conclusion? The plot sucked, was lacking.
The characters were the ones that made me feel my IQ points slip. We don't know much about the characters and can really only distinguish them by the clothing, really, and as the story drags on we don't learn much either.
The female protagonist in here is just so STUPID. I yell WTF at least six times an episode and have to resist the urge to beat the shiii out of the characters at least seven. The girl has no personality and there's no character development at all. She's a walking blood bank. She's a self degrading, masochistic, idiotic, helpless, useless, vulnerable, terrible main character that gets borderline raped every so often. You know those useless girl characters that go KYYAAAAA, well here you go.
The guys aren't even worth mentioning. Those hot sadistic mature males in all other animes are not here. Here lies a bunch of cocky ass, jerkwads. Need I say more?
I mean if you're a masochistic being yourself and once in a while like to feel angst and watch horrible anime, hey, do your thing and watch this, nobody's going to judge you.
But don't say I didn't warn you. read more
The sole female main character, utterly confused and scared about what's happening around her, and a bunch of hot guys with each after her in different ways and in different exciting situations. :> Lovely and enjoyable.
Both are adapted from a hit otome game and are filled with bishonens. they let the viewers pick for themselves who they like to ship with the main character. You'll definitely enjoy this one if you like animes with reverse harem theme.
The female protag in both series are rather lifeless and dull while the males in the series are full of colour and the series tends to focus on them as they're "attractive" selling points. Both are mostly made for fans rather than the content.
The main heroine from both series have similar personality and character designs. The only difference between them is that one was able to react to her surrounding. She knew something was wrong and tried to escape while the other doesn't do anything until the right moment occurs. Amnesia and Diabolik have gorgeous bishounen characters with great voice actors too. Both are reverse harem anime and have been adapted from an Otome visual novel.
Like Amnesia, Diabolik Lovers is also a shoujo anime and an adaptation of an otome game. Both anime have a quiet female lead with little personality and a variety of male bishounen characters of various personality types too. Infact, both have six main male characters each. If you like reverse harems then you'll probably like this anime! I think that fans of Diabolik Lovers are almost guaranteed to enjoy Amnesia and vice versa.
I don't know why people are relating this to Brothers Conflict because neither of these series are even remotely similar in terms of atmosphere, plot and storyline.
Anyway, both have some messed up guys, have mystery, horror (more on DiaLovers) and involves many bishounen pursuing a helpless female.
They are both inspired in a game, harem that doesnt resolve, similar main characters shy and quiet... Confusing endings.
Both feature a female protagonist with no real personality surrounded by a group of one-dimensional boys who are in love with her. Both also feature some supernatural elements, with the biggest difference being that the boys in Diabolik Lovers are vampires. (Who are also much more abusive.)
The female main character both are practically emotionless and are both extremely naive. They both include attractive looking guys and they all "want" her. Both have beautiful art and the endings are unexpected. If you liked one of these I'm positive you will like the other!
Both have a quiet girl who is the protagonist of an inverse harem.
They get involved with ''hot guys'' because both anime are based on a visual novel.
It's like playing the games choosing all the routes and viewing animated scenes.
Both have female leads who wake up confused, not knowing where or why they are there before being surrounded by many attractive males, all with different and unique traits.
Both equally bad series in my opinion, but for those who enjoy these types of reverse harems, then by all means. The girl tries to cope in their own situations while surrounded by a bunch of guys. Both somewhat supernatural and mysterious.
Both are very, very bad reverse harem anime that involve female MCs that barely have any personality and allow themselves to be tossed around like a rag doll by the male characters. Speaking of the male characters, the guys that are supposed to be her romantic interests have serious problems and treat her like an object. Uh huh, I can feel the romance. Stay away unless you're into that kind of thing.
Both have the same romance, horror, reverse harem, vampire and the same setting where it is set in a school excursively for vampires, dissimilarities are that the female protagonist in one anime is not alone when dealing with vampires, while the female protagonist is all by herself and has to fend off them vampires.
Both these shoujo anime revolve around vampires and they obsessive love for the same girl. Both female protagonists are surrounded by the blood-thirsty boys and encounter them more than once.
What annoys me about these anime is that the spineless female protagonists can't do anything but be quiet and obey. They don't really stand up against the beautiful vampires and just let them do as they please. That alone gives the anime a certain boring atmosphere, I think.
Still, if you're into romantic vampire stories with a bit of sadism, these two will do just fine.
Both Vampire Knight and Diabolik Lovers are shoujo vampire anime with good looking guys and a female protagonist who is not the most interesting of characters. There are differences in plot but I'm sure both will appeal to female anime fans who enjoy supernatural anime.
Both have the same scenario where the female character were raise by an individuals whom were suppose to be very enemy of vampires, both have the same dark romance when there is a competition for female character's affection, in "Diabolik Lovers" the female character is all alone and has to fend herself against the very monsters that she's living with, while in Vampire Knight the female character has a childhood friend (also a vampire) who aides her in controlling the vampire hordes in the very school she lives in.
Both series have vampires including Gothic and Dark themes and settings.
One series has the sweet end of the deal in tone (Vampire Knight) while the other has the opposite resulting it having the bitter tone (Diabolik Lovers). So If you didn't like one of them you might like the other.
The only difference is that Vampire Knight is more action base (not all the time) and Diabolik Lovers has little to none but still good in its own way without it as much as Vampire Knight is good with action.
If you already watched one of the two give the other a try as an alternative if you enjoy the Gothic and Dark themes and settings including the twist of vampires.
If you haven't seen ether I'd recommend them if you like vampires.
Both have reverse harem ( one female lead and several guys around her )and both of them have vampires.
Both series have your fill of supernatural dark romance that centers around a human girl (until the end) with love triangles and competition
Both have annoying female leads that are surrounded by sexy vampires but do nothing about it.
-In both animes its about hot looking vampires
-They love the blood of a girl - the protagonist
'Romance' kind of with loads of pretty vampires
Initially, both have very vapid female protagonists
Both use a lot of 'blood sucking is sexy' stuff
Diabolik Lovers is a reverse harem
Vampire Knight has a plot
Diabolik Lovers is awful and I enjoyed every awful minute of this awful show, can't wait for season 2
Watch out: both of these series are absolute guilty pleasures. The main character is forced to live with several brothers she has never seen before. As always with (reverse) harems, all the boys want to be with her.
- Has triplets
- Step brothers
- Reverse harem
- Brothers Conflict (normal human world) x Diabolik Lovers (supernatural with vampires)
One girl, many boys.
Tsubaki is little similar to boys from Diabolik Lovers.
Both is about girl who must live with new family, and residents fall in love with her .
The main female from both series must live with a new family. She doesn't know what to expect from them. In BroCon, she meets 14 step brothers who are all talented and beautiful. We have a doctor/father-figure, lawyer/home-cook/caretaker, cross-dresser, game developer, hairstylist, Idol, voice actors, pro basketball player, florist/gardener, Monk/hostess, a student who goes to the same school as the heroine (her crush), and finally cute little brother. They all fall in love with her and have accepted her to their family. They will protect her. While in Diabolik Lovers, we have vampires who want her blood and have taken interests in her. They will do anything to her. Talented voice actors can be heard from both series. Both series are adapted from an otome visual novel and categorized as reverse harem.
•both anime are about a girl forced into a situation by their father which leads them surrounded by a bunch of beautiful male testosterone
•both have attractive males with each of their own unique personalities, to rival the others to compete for the 'beauty *passive/useless/quiet* in distress' in their own way
•both are different in the way the surrounding boys 'act' upon the main protagonists feelings, where one is the stand alone same old harem, and the other is an S&M type, appealing to those types of audiences
•they are similar in the bunch of beautiful handsome males surrounding a timid and standoffish girl, but the audience factor is different, you might like one if you like the other, but it depends.
- About a girl got into situation because of her father.
- Step Brothers.
- Has Triplets.
- Similarities Character:
Brothers Conflict (Normal HUMAN world) x Diabolik Lovers (Supernatural with VAMPIRES), adapted from an Otome Visual Novel with Shoujo and Reverse Harem.
Female protagonist transferring into a giant mansion with a bunch of seductive - and sadistic - guys who are brothers. One is an unrequited sibling-love while the other is a dark shoujo romance. Both have a slow plot and zero character development though both are interesting shoujo shows.
Both anime series have so many similarities, it's unbelievable.
Of course, both series are reverse harems. Involving a girl - who's sweet personality is overdone and boring, making the brothers actually the most interesting characters in both series. Each episode brings out the same sort of outcome - another brother makes some sort of move on the uninteresting girls. Diabolik Lovers is more to suck the girl's blood. Brothers Conflict, more trying to win her heart. Either way, it's not all that exciting.
Eventually there is some lame "plot twist" although there really isn't a plot in either of them to begin with, but I guess there isn't much to complain about considering it really makes no difference.
But on a serious note - if you've "enjoyed" one of these, then you'll enjoy the other. Both these series are here purely for entertainment, we're here for the humour of it all - not for the plot.
Both are full of hot guys with different personality that will makes all of you fangirls go "kyaa"
Both have an innocent girl that out of place.
Both girl got into the situation because of her father.
Both are Shoujo genre anime.
-guy's after 1 girl
Both have bishounen vampires (demons too in DwD) trying to catch a silly girl
Both are based on a game
Both group of boys treat the girl as a ''prey'' or ''pawn'', anyway, like an object for their benefit
Both have inverse harem and fanservice
Both have a head of the group, and they seem to be in love with the girl despite their plans and nature
Both have chapters devoted to each character to have romantic scenes with her
Both have dark aura, in a shoujo concept
Both animes have a some kind of special girl with a group of boys. Diabolik Lovers have vampires. Dance with Devils have demons. Both girls have a harem.
What the two have in common:
-Reverse hartem that involves guys being in the dark side.
-Special girl whom the harem competes for.
-Plot that involves the girl being in such poor predicament.
-only runs for a few minutes.
-absences of a knight in shining armor.
-the plot only features the girl being sicked.
Dance with Devils:
-The girls isn't completely helpless.
-There is a protagonist who will save the girl.
- Both has a group of boys
- Diabolik lovers has vampires and Dance with Devils demons
- Main Character, Ritsuka is similar to Yui
- 5 guys and 1 girl
- Plot story is similar to Diabolik Lovers
I watched the first episode of "Dance with Devils" and enjoyed it a lot. The plot story is kinda similar to Diabolik Lovers, and the girl character is a bit similar to Yui.
Both have the same reverse harem.
Both female characters have the first name Yui.
Both same female characters found themselves having to deal with rowdy boys.
One has a full 25 mins duration while the other was only limited to 12 mins.
One was more of a horror genre, while the other has a slice of life.
Both involves a girl who gets drafted into living with a bunch of bratty guys where everyday puts her in a lot of pressure. Except, DL was more into horror while KnA is more into drama.
The same plot where a girl gets recruited (against her free will) to deal with a bunch of misfit guys, except the girl in one anime serves as the guys' bloodbank, while the girl in the other anime serves as game for the guys.
Both of these anime are ones of the best reverse harem you will ever see. In both anime there is 1 main female character which is almost trapped in this specific place and there are people that are not letting her escape. Amnesia is also an anime based around those facts however in her case there is no-one holding her back from escape because she is almost trapped between different world. this is similar to kamigami no asobi because both of the female characters can return home when they have done what they had to do. Amnesia is similar to diabolik lovers because both of the female characters are confused by their situation and are unable to control things that are happening around them.
When I watched, immediately comes to my mind Ouran Koukou Host Club image. First the "Prince", then the "Intellectual", after that the "Big guy" and finally the "Childish" one with a "teddy bear" in his hands. What's the difference? This is not a club, they are vampires. Maybe I forget the twins... but well, until now is the same.
Diabolik Lovers is like the dark version of OHSHC .
Yui = Haruhi
Kanato = Hunny (Both a 'loli' type)
Shuu = Takashi
Reiji = Kyoya (Both cold hearted)
Ayato = Tamaki (Both say they are princes)
-Both reverse Harems
-Both have good looking guys
Ouran High School Host Club + Dark theme = Diabolik Lovers
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