More Blood: The Last Vampire Images

If you’ve been wondering how South Korean movie star Jeon Ji-hyeon (going by Gianna Jun for her Hollywood debut) looks in that schoolgirl outfit while battling vampires as Sawa, and pictures that we’ve posted in the past haven’t been enough, well hold onto your seats, boys, because a huge batch of “Blood: The Last Vampire” images have just appeared online at a Chinese gaming forum, and they’re quite vampirific! Images may contain POTENTIAL SPOILERS.

On the surface, Saya is a stunning 16-year-old, but that youthful exterior hides the tormented soul of a 400-year-old “halfling.” Born to a human father and a vampire mother, she has for centuries been a loner obsessed with using her samurai skills to rid the world of vampires, all the while knowing that she herself can survive only on blood like those she hunts. When she is sent onto an American military base in Tokyo by the clandestine organization she works for, Saya immediately senses that this may be her opportunity to finally destroy Onigen, the evil patriarch of all vampires. Using her superhuman strength and her sword, she begins to rid the base of its evil infestation in a series of spectacular and elaborate showdowns. However, it is not until she forms her first human friendship in centuries with the young daughter of the base’s general that Saya learns of her greatest power over Onigen may well be her ability for human connection…

Starring Jeon Ji-hyeon, Allison Miller, Masiela Lusha, Koyuki, and directed by Chris Nahon.

Most of the images seem to be of Sawa from ancient Japan, plus some in the present.

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  • keith

    yeah look man all of you have it backwards this movie is not based on the anime tv series it is bad on the anime movie “blood: the last vampire” which is a prequel to the tv series. David in this is the father of David in the tv series and yes i have to say after watching the tv series i was pisssed to find out the prequel took out the fact that they ned sayas blood it actually ruins most of the story for anime unles the goi and re write the anime so that the blood isnt needed. Anyway sorry about the grammar and spelling but i dont care enough to write proper english or correct my typos.

    • JustAnotherCouchPotato

      “the prequel took out the fact that they ned sayas blood”
      How could they take it out? This feature wasn’t invented until much later (when the series was produced).
      Let’s just consider this whole Blood thing as 4 completely different universes. Yes, they share the same main character, but apart from that, there are too many differences to put them into the same canon (except for maybe the manga and Blood: the Last Vampire[anime]).

  • keith

    yeah look man all of you have it backwards this movie is not based on the anime tv series it is bad on the anime movie “blood: the last vampire” which is a prequel to the tv series. David in this is the father of David in the tv series and yes i have to say after watching the tv series i was pisssed to find out the prequel took out the fact that they ned sayas blood it actually ruins most of the story for anime unles the goi and re write the anime so that the blood isnt needed. Anyway sorry about the grammar and spelling but i dont care enough to write proper english or correct my typos.

    • JustAnotherCouchPotato

      “the prequel took out the fact that they ned sayas blood”
      How could they take it out? This feature wasn’t invented until much later (when the series was produced).
      Let’s just consider this whole Blood thing as 4 completely different universes. Yes, they share the same main character, but apart from that, there are too many differences to put them into the same canon (except for maybe the manga and Blood: the Last Vampire[anime]).

  • http://www.myspace.com/darkinusgurl Lady Dark

    …you guys do realize that they never got around to actually finishing the blood: the last vampire movie. as for the different story lines, they are supposed to be in different universes – the manga does that as well. also, she’s supposed to be meeting another chiropteran (something about being related).anyways, i heard the movie should be coming out this year in japan and the u.k. and it’ll be called “last blood.” no release date yet for the u.s. but it’ll hopefully be by next year. judge it then.

  • http://www.myspace.com/darkinusgurl Lady Dark

    …you guys do realize that they never got around to actually finishing the blood: the last vampire movie. as for the different story lines, they are supposed to be in different universes – the manga does that as well. also, she’s supposed to be meeting another chiropteran (something about being related).anyways, i heard the movie should be coming out this year in japan and the u.k. and it’ll be called “last blood.” no release date yet for the u.s. but it’ll hopefully be by next year. judge it then.

  • Relichris

    Okay guys here’s my idea or stint about Blood and it’s follow-ups. B:TLV (l-a) doesn’t really follow through with the original anime version. I share the same thoughts as Balian. Nothing is really the same. B:TLV (anime) and B+ have more similarities of course but they are set in two different time zones. From there I kinda put my thoughts and ideas that they are connected and are linear rather than two different universes. Although I watched B+ first and then B:TLV. I agree that the movie isn’t going to be that great (I’ve already seen it) due to the comparison to the original but it looked awesome and the action was tolerant. You should watch it when it comes to theatres July 12, 09 (from what I know).

    • JustAnotherCouchPotato

      Sounds good enough to me… :)

      Saya is and will always be the only girl for me even if people try to turn her into a cashcow. ;)

  • Relichris

    Okay guys here’s my idea or stint about Blood and it’s follow-ups. B:TLV (l-a) doesn’t really follow through with the original anime version. I share the same thoughts as Balian. Nothing is really the same. B:TLV (anime) and B+ have more similarities of course but they are set in two different time zones. From there I kinda put my thoughts and ideas that they are connected and are linear rather than two different universes. Although I watched B+ first and then B:TLV. I agree that the movie isn’t going to be that great (I’ve already seen it) due to the comparison to the original but it looked awesome and the action was tolerant. You should watch it when it comes to theatres July 12, 09 (from what I know).

    • JustAnotherCouchPotato

      Sounds good enough to me… :)

      Saya is and will always be the only girl for me even if people try to turn her into a cashcow. ;)

  • Relichris

    Well it was good enough for me too. Saya is indeed kickass and her katana rules. :D

    Of course there are some details about the live-action that I wasn’t fond of (the half-human/half-vampire ordeal) and of course the Onigen. The story they made up for that is just bizarre.

    Anyway, like I said, it’s worth a watch in my opinion just so you can conjure up your own. I would give it a 7/10 overall.

  • Relichris

    Well it was good enough for me too. Saya is indeed kickass and her katana rules. :D

    Of course there are some details about the live-action that I wasn’t fond of (the half-human/half-vampire ordeal) and of course the Onigen. The story they made up for that is just bizarre.

    Anyway, like I said, it’s worth a watch in my opinion just so you can conjure up your own. I would give it a 7/10 overall.