Diabolik Lovers Episode 12 the final episode obviously there is more too Yui just being thirsty after all it is an anime series with vampires! In any case, Vampire Yui.
The final episode involves some serious scary moments of suspense as Yui’s life hangs in the balance thanks to evil Cordelia. We all know just how horrible of a mother she was alive and now she wants to return through Yui. While the episode is not long by any chance especially since it is the final episode and you’d expect that maybe it will be longer to give viewers a good close that is not the case.
Diabolik Lovers Episode 12 is as long as any of the previous episodes which is pretty short but somehow manages to close with a cliffhanger that still somehow satisfies in reference to the small clue of Yui’s fate with the vampire brothers. For the series in the end it manages to make somewhat of an interesting series with the meager source material of vampire brothers vying for the blood of one girl: Yui. Overall pretty glad stuck around to give this anime series a chance. The animation and voice acting was pretty amazing to see and hear even if each episode felt so very, very short. Really wish for a second season but doubtful of that happening. It was interesting while it lasted though. A complete series review to come with more detail.
Diabolik Lovers (12 episodes)
Director: Shinobu Tagashira
Yui Komori’s father moves abroad, so he sends her to live in a new town with the six Sakamaki brothers. When she arrives at their mansion, she discovers that they are vampires. They abuse her psychologically and physically, often feeding off her. While she optimistically accepts her situation, she unravels mysteries both of their past and her own.
(Anime News Network)
Anime Produced : ZEXCS
Daisuke Hirakawa –Reito Sagamaki
Hikaru Midorikawa –Ayato Sagamaki
Katsuyuki Konishi –Reiji Sagamaki
Kousuke Toriumi –Shū Sagamaki
Rie Suegara –Yui Komori
Takashi Kondo –Subaru Sagamaki
Yuki Kaji –Kanato Sagamaki
Opening Theme Song
“Mr. Sadistic Night” by Hikaru Midorikawa and Kousuke Toriumi
Pretty chilling and fits perfectly to the dark and macabre feel of Diabolical Lovers. Quite beautiful too.
Ending Theme Song
“nightmare” by Yuki Hayashi
Overall very good background music to close each episode. Diabolik lovers makes me appreciate it more when it has such good music soundtrack.