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Rosario + Vampire 

Rozario to banpaia (original title)
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Tskune accidentally gets on a bus to a school of monsters.
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2008  

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Cast

Series cast summary:
Daisuke Kishio ...  Tsukune Aono 26 episodes, 2008
Nana Mizuki Nana Mizuki ...  Moka Akashiya 26 episodes, 2008
Tia Lynn Ballard ...  Mizore Shirayuki 26 episodes, 2008
Leah Clark ...  Ruby Tojo 26 episodes, 2008
Colleen Clinkenbeard ...  Moka Akashiya (vampire form) / ... 26 episodes, 2008
Todd Haberkorn ...  Tsukune Aono 26 episodes, 2008
Jerry Jewell ...  The Bat 26 episodes, 2008
Brina Palencia ...  Kurumu Kurono / ... 26 episodes, 2008
Monica Rial ...  Yukari Sendo 26 episodes, 2008
Ian Sinclair ...  Ginei Morioka 26 episodes, 2008
Alexis Tipton ...  Moka Akashiya 26 episodes, 2008
Jamie Marchi ...  Shizuka Nekonome 22 episodes, 2008
Shelley Calene-Black ...  Ririko Kagome 14 episodes, 2008
Bill Jenkins ...  Narrator 14 episodes, 2008
Misato Fukuen ...  Kurumu Kurono 13 episodes, 2008
Terri Doty ...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 2008
Jason Douglas ...  Kuyo 13 episodes, 2008
Bryan Massey ...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 2008
Christopher Sabat ...  Okuto Kotsubo 13 episodes, 2008
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Storyline

Tskuna is a human boy that got accepted to school. But when he gets there he realized this is no normal school, this is a school for monsters. In his time there he keeps his true identity about being a human a secret but makes good friends with some of the monsters. Written by alinasreldin

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Moka's the cutest girl in school, but she's got a secret!


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Goofs

The length of (inner and outer) Moka's hair periodically changes from butt-length to knee-length to ankle-length - sometimes in the same episode - with no explanation or anyone taking notice. This stands out considering how everyone else's appearances remain constant. See more »

Quotes

Kurumu Kurono: I'm spicing up my curry with aphrodisiacs and sexual performance enhancers.
Moka Akashiya: [uncomfortably] Sounds yummy.
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Soundtracks

Cosmic Love
Performed by Nana Mizuki
Lyrics by Ryoji Sonoda
Composed by Junpei Fujita
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Uhh....I really, I don't even know.
22 November 2018 | by basedeggsSee all my reviews

Watched this when I was young and it gives me major nostalgia, I love Tsukune (The main character) But most of the characters are very cliche anime arc characters... It's very sexualized but as a female I don't really mind, some of it is funny, there is some comedy and etc- Good laughs. There isn't really a plot to be found which is a big bother to me (The manga is very good and way less sexualized, I think the anime maybe follows the manga for like 3 episodes? The plot is much more superior and Tsukune isn't completely useless in it) They really changed A LOT of this show, it's very messy as sometimes the show gets very serious and initiates a short story... The second season is a complete janky crap, the last few episodes really just made me mad as the show makes the group out to be a clique that quite literally outs the other real Moka just for not being the old Moka, (Explained by watching the show) which in reality would be extremely lonely and I can't help but just feel bad for her, which is ridiculous because they try so....hard. Honestly it's okay sometimes, a few moments were really cringy yeah. Idk, I don't hate it, I just don't love it. I can't help but be somewhat okay with it still just for the fact that I really enjoyed it growing up.

Side Note: Mizuki Nana sings all the ending and opening songs, I love me some Mizuki Nana.


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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese | English

Release Date:

3 January 2008 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Rosario + Vampire Capu2 See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago Illinois, USA

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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