Anzai, half vampire, and Tsukasa, a normal school girl.
Vampires seem to be living among humans. Of course, the government does not know of their existence, because their appearance does not differ from humans. They also do not need to drink blood, but when they get a craving or get angry, they can become uncontrollable monsters.
I have not read the manga and am judging based only in the 12 episodes aired.
Honesty, I actually enjoy series about humans and vampires, and that made me watch this one. Devil’s Line does have vampires and some romance elements, but, I find the story not as exciting and engaging as I have expected to be. I got really confused about this police thing of betrayal and solidarity while vampires are being hunted down by a vampire extermination organization.
What I have understood in this show is to test Anzai’s nature as a vampire, how he can control his blood thirst when he’s with Tsukasa while trying to making out, one of the organization want to legalize human-vampire relationship and sex. Correct me if I’m wrong.
However, actions scene are okay. The art is fairly well decent. The characters are quite relatable though I cannot sympathize with them. Story-wise, not that extraordinary.
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