Ok, this is a review on the entire series of Tsukuyomi - Moon Phase.
Mood / Plot:
The series is about a cute vampire girl named Hazuki who tries to escape her imprisonment in a castle with the help of a photographer named Kohei. She considers him her servant and they escape to Japan. From that point on, the story revolves around Kohei and friends trying to protect Hazuki from other vampires trying to get Hazuki back.
Mix of Genres
The show starts off with a dark atmosphere, but quickly adds comedy into the mix after the third episode. It does a good job of keeping both genres together throughout the whole series with plenty of serious action sequences as well.
Character Design / Audio
The characters are pretty well done and the expressions on their faces help make the show flow well. The areas in the series are also beautiful - from dark castles to clustered cities. There are, however, a few moments when the visuals can be poor, but I didn't mind it.
The audio soundtrack is average. There weren't many moments that amazed me when it comes to the music. They just seemed plain and dry. However, I will admit I loved the opening soundtrack. It has got to be one of the cutest openings I have ever seen in an anime.
There were some good moments when they added dreary background audio for the darker scenes. But, that would be it for me when it comes to audio.
I happened to enjoy this series. There were some disappointments that threw me off from saying it was amazing. One such thing being the incomplete ending they gave with it. It didn't really finish the story and left many things unanswered. But, aside from that I loved it. It was funny, cute, and filled with darker action packed scenes.
So, if you happen to like vampire shows that have a little comedy in them, then this would make a great recommendation.