In the time of the Vietnam War, an American military base in Japan is plagued with a rash of killings whose assailant is unknown. Enter Saya, a mysterious young woman who happens to be the last of the vampire race, and has been charged by her government agency employer to investigate the sinister killings. With demons and creatures abounding, Saya must infiltrate a school to put a stop to the bloodshed -- unless the monsters get to her first...
The very rare OVA from the 90's known as Ogre Slayer has several similarities with Blood: The Last Vampire. Both are short tales of mysterious warriors slaughtering vile demons that they're related to by blood. Both are also pretty gorey. Ogre Slayer has a much sleazier tone, but if you enjoyed it then I think you'll like Blood: The Last Vampire even more!
Thousands of years in the future, the world is overrun by demons and vampire lords. Doris, a young girl, has become the target of the great vampire lord Count Magnus Lee, who wants her as his plaything. After being bitten by the Count, she seeks the help of D, an elite vampire hunter, who decides he must venture out to slay the Count and his demon underlings to save this girl in despair.
Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust is a gothic and sophisticated tale, but its original bears several similarities with The OVA Ogre Slayer. Both Anime depict mysterious characters slaughtering malicious creatures with their swords and they also seem to enjoy featuring plenty of violence.Most importantly though, they both have the typical look of animation that's starting to feel its age. If you enjoyed one of them, why not check out the other?^^
Time has passed since a comet struck Earth, causing catastrophic damage and decimating the population. After a giant earthquake destroyed the Kanto region of Japan, its citizens were left alone and lawless in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. One man known as the Slum King rose from the ashes and took power of the area, forcing any captured women to become sex slaves and ruling the remaining population with an iron fist. He's rivaled by only one man: Violence Jack, a giant who roams from place to place, protecting the innocent and shedding ample blood in the process. Mari is a young woman who is captured by the Slum King's minions on her way to find her missing boyfriend Ken; though as she's being 'trained' for her new life of servitude, Ken - who is now working for the Slum King - sees the situation and tries to free her. However, he fails, and thus finds himself forced to do the impossible: kill the Slum King's enemy - Violence Jack.
Anime can be a medium of admirable creativity and sophistication, but Ogre Slayer and Violence Jack share the determination to linger on their portrayals of human depravity. Both are gruseome tales of lonely warriors supposedly fighting in the name of justice, while the world they inhabit is plagued by violence and rape. Violence Jack may be considerably more offensive with repulsive sexual violence aimed towards women, but if you liked one, I'd recommend the other.