Holy Knight and Dance in the Vampire Bund tell the story of a female vampire and her complicated relationship with a boy of another species. Both are somewhat dark in story and animation, but they also include some ecchi to 'liven' things up. The heroines of Holy Knight and Vampire Bund share a goal they want to accomplish, but with their romantic troubles and other supernatural creatures lurking in the night, it won't be easy. If you liked one, give the other a try.
Hiro Hiyorimi is a boy who moved to the city to live with his sister; but as he was walking around town one day, he sacrificed himself to protect a girl from being hit by falling beams, and subsequently lost his life. Her name is Hime, and she is a princess who has the power to revive the dead with the flames of life. In return for reviving Hiro, he must work as a servant to protect her from any harm that comes her way. Yet even though Hiro now has a partially immortal life, his flames of life must be recharged daily or he will die yet again. Hime’s life is targeted by her siblings because the throne of the royalty is at stake, so Hiro must step up as a faithful servant to protect her life at all cost!
Both have to do with Princesses, when I first heard of the plot of Dance in the Vampire Bund it struck me as very similar to Kaibutsu Oujo, but after watching the 1st episode of Dance, the style of animation is very different.
Four students of the same age have nothing in common except that they attend the same elite New York City school. Kate, Rose, Clare and Rachel all belong to different cliques and hardly notice each other's existence. Then one day they gain something in common, something very important, something mysterious. They find themselves drawn together by the death of a fellow student and the secret of their own missing memories. Suddenly they are thrown into a world of hidden warfare on the city streets and are caught up in secrets which would not be believed by others. These four all have their own problems to struggle with, things that seem more important than such strange conflicts. Can they escape from this fate? The only thing they know is that despite coming from four different worlds they now have to rely on each other or die without a hope.
Strong but femanine characters, decent overall storylines, they are series that I believe both men and women can enjoy with action, mystery and a bit of romance/sexual tension keeping them going at a good pace.They compliment eachother pretty well, both delving into supernatural/monster elements like vampires and demons while having a strong overall story with intriguing situations that (For the most part) don't feel overused and predictable.
All Morioka Kohei wants to be a regular photographer, but all he ever seems to capture on film is ghosts! With 70 percent of his photos inhabited by the undead, Kohei has managed to gain not only a reputation, but also a job at an occult magazine. Things couldn't be more "normal" until he is sent to a obscure castle where he photographs a mysterious girl with a knack at disappearing, thus piquing his interest to return. And thus, Kohei sets out on a journey that takes him into the heart of the occult, on a mission to help the cutest vampire in existence find her long lost mother!
Both male leads have their lives turned upside down when they become involved with these lolita vampires, Hazuki and Mina Tepes. Hazuki and Mina both have a bossy streak and view Kouhei and Akira as their servants, but as they develope a more sincere relationship, Kouhei and Akira realize there's something worth fighting to protect with these girls. Both good shows that involve the supernatural, Tsukuyomi has more humor while Vampire Bund has more action.
Kiba is a wolf, one of the last of his kind, and his dream is to find Paradise in a world torn asunder by war. Cheza, the legendary Flower Girl, can lead him to Paradise, but there are others who desire her, and help from other wolves at his side may not be enough. Driven by his noble spirit, he will not forsake his quest.
Both are anime set in dark atmospheres with dark tones in which the main characters are supernatural creatures seeking to find or establish a sort of paradise or safe haven for their kind. In Wolf's Rain, that safe haven is Rakuen aka Paradise, a natural place on Earth in which wolves can live in peace, and in Dance in the Vampire Bund, that safe haven is the Bund,an artificially created city meant to be a safe haven for vampires. Both anime also have atleast one werewolf main character.