Holy Knight

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Holy Knight
ホーリーナイト
(Hōrī Naito)
Manga
Written by Maya Miyazaki
Published by GOT Corporation
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Canopri Comic
Published December 28, 2010
Volumes 3
Original video animation
Directed by Jiro Fujimoto
Produced by Mai Fujimino
Music by Cosmic Ray
Tetsuro Orita
Studio Lyrics
Licensed by
Mandala Films
Released March 21, 2012 May 25, 2012
Runtime 60 minutes
Episodes 2
Wikipe-tan face.svg Anime and Manga portal

Holy Knight (ホーリーナイト, Hōrī Naito) is a Japanese manga by Maya Miyazaki. It was adapted into an OVA.[1][2][3]

Plot[edit]

Mizumura Shinta doesn’t know what to make of the situation when the sexiest girl in school, Kishimoto Lilith, starts trying to seduce him and things get extremely physical. Shinta isn’t rich or the popular guy in school, so it doesn’t make sense that Lilith would be so interested in him. But Lilith is in fact a vampire, a Moroi, a secret that she will kill to keep hidden, and she needs Shinta for a special purpose. As the relationship between Shinta and Lilith grows, it gets harder for her to keep the secret hidden. And when violent unexpected attacks begin and those close to him, like his semi-romantic childhood friend Makimura Chizuru, are involuntarily thrown into the chaos, deep dark secrets get revealed...including a secret about Shinta himself that he's not even aware of but everyone else seems to know.

OVA Cast[edit]

Character Japanese English
Shinta Mizumara Hiro Shimono Daman Mills[4]
Lilith Kishimoto Maaya Uchida Amber Lee Connors[5]
Chizuru Makimura Yuiko Tatsumi Melanie Ehrlich[6]
Cammot Ayana Taketatsu Brittany Lauda[7]
Mayall Jouji Nakata Daren Donofrio
Plum Kenichi Suzumura Devon Talbott[7]
Akira Sakamoto Nozomi Yamamoto Michele Knotz[6]
Cliff Shinichiro Miki Michael A. Zekas[8]
Camilla Yukari Kokubun Miranda Gauvin[5]
Shigeyuki Yanagida Kentarou Tone Meli Grant[6]
Lilith's Father Nobuyuki Hiyama Mike Pollock[8]
Daisuke Kimura Ryota Takeuchi Greg Nugent[6]
Lilith's Mother Tomo Sakurai Michele Knotz[6]

References[edit]

External links[edit]