Time Prisoners

Time Prisoner/Bloodivores

时空囚徒/时空使徒

Genre
Fantasy, Action

Author
Bai Xiao

Publisher
Tencent[1]

Original run
2015 – present

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Time Prisoners (时空囚徒) is a vampire survival action Chinese webcomic written and illustrated by Bai Xiao. On October 1, 2016, a Chinese-Japanese anime adaptation titled Bloodivores (ブラッディヴォーレス?) began airing. The series is directed by Chen Ye and produced by Emon Animation Company (Haoliners Animation League).[2]

Contents

1 Plot
2 Cast
3 Music
4 References
5 External links

Plot[edit]
60 years ago, some people suffer from a strange case of insomnia that struck the entire population. Unable to sleep for more than a week a large number of people become completely sleep deprived and eventually go mad with rage. A new medicine is produced to cure the illness but it has a side effect which turns patients into vampires, who are later called the “Bloodivores.” They are feared by other people and wear a special necklace that sends a signal to the police if a Bloodivore is unable to control their emotions.
Mi Liu is called “child of hope” – born from a human and a Bloodivore but when he along with his 3 friends are vilified for killing all humans in a bank they robbed, they are sentenced to death. Then a strange thing happens where they are thrown into a mysterious place with a lot of unexplainable monsters along with other sentenced-to-death prisoners. A girl greets them and reveals they have been given new collars that are filled with explosives to prevent killing other bloodivores. She then announces their mission, to survive.
Cast[edit]

Kenji Akabane as Mi Liu(弥流)[2]
Eri Kitamura as Anji(左安琪)[2]
Takuya Satō as Lee Shin[2]
Sho Hayami as Lou Yao[2]

Music[edit]
The opening song is “Nenten” by Mili and the ending theme song is “Quiet Squall” by Siraph.[3]
References[edit]

^ “Chinese-Japanese Co-Produced Animated Series World of Super Sand Box Revealed”. Anime News Network. 4 January 2017. Retrieved 4 January 2017. 
^ a b c d e “Chinese/Japanese Anime Bloodivores Announced for October”. Anime News Network. September 1, 2016. Retrieved September 25, 2016. 
^ “Music”. bloodivores.com (in Japanese). Retrieved September 25, 2016. 

External links[edit]

Official website (Japanese)
Time Prisoner