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Blood-C BD4 Uncensored Nudity & Gore

Dec 21, 2011 @ 12:19 CDT

Blood-C’s fourth Blu-ray volume brings with it brutal blood splattered gore which is far more vicious and disgusting than the last – alongside nipple visible bathing service courtesy of our beautiful heroine.

While we thought the third Blu-ray was vile, we’ve apparently yet to see anything. Below are stills taken from Blood-C’s latest fourth Blu-ray release, and blood literally showers out of human bodies like a high pressure spray. There’s no petty dismemberment – rather, highschoolers get completely punctured in the face by repugnant creatures on multiple occasions, showering the scene with sanguine red as a result.

Yet to graciously ease our eyes after that gruesome display, CLAMP has also taken the boundaries away from the immensely gorgeous female protagonist of the series – leaving us with the faint sight of her sensitive areas as she bathes. While her oppai are nice indeed, nipples and all, in her natural human state, her hair serves to be a far more lovely feature – truly leaving her as a stunning reward on the eyes.

Do not venture below any further if you find yourself squeamish.

7 Comments

  • Though undeniably and rather senselessly violent this particular segment of episodes for Blood-C was, one cannot help but wonder what stomach churning madness awaits us in the near unequivocally hell spattered final episodes – one in which watching a girl having her body being treated as the equivalent of a doll in the gnashing jaws of a dog and a human milkshake are the least of what we have to look forward to.

    Steel your mind and make sure your stomachs are empty, my fellow Seventh goers. It’s going to be a hell of a violent ride.

    • Seven says:

      While I disliked this anime as a component of the “Blood” series, I must say on an individual scale it was quite good. I’m greatly looking forward to the film.

      • Honestly, I’m not so much looking forward to the movie with respect to any personal development or resolution with respect to Saya. Let’s face it – 95% of Blood-C was her struggling to regain her memories, not having a clue as to what she was fighting or for what reason. I just don’t know enough about the real Saya to have any kind of significant anticipation as to how she’s going to develop from here on out.

        What I am looking forward to however, with great eagerness I might add, is to see her take it to that always smiling, self-proclaimed mastermind with the guimauve. Him, I really want to see die. On that alone I will give Blood-C its due credit for honestly making me hate his character to its very foundation – for there not to be a single thing I could say that was redeeming or even mildly respectable about him; you don’t feel that way too often.

        • Seven says:

          I agree with your point of view, then again, the reason I might find it a show respectable on an average level is perhaps as I’m applying characteristics or background info of previous Saya renditions onto this one.

          In any case, the reason I find the film to be promising is that the PV appeared to mimic the original Saya The Last Vampire film which was the series’ very first entry into the world of animation.

  • alan says:

    i love those bloody scenes

  • Anonymous says:

    for me blood c is the best of all blood series/movie, blood+ was a big disappointment to me, haft-way the series i was expecting a big comeback from saya, as in something big, but then i was left wondering, “that’s it?” then there was this blood, last vampire anime movie which wasn’t too appealing to me, but this, this saya is different, a sweet girl, then turning into a one hell of a killing machine, plus i like the storyline, something mysterious, and i’m quite satisfied with the movie last dark

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