Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge' was released in 1997 with 4 volumes. Each volume ran around 45 minutes and featured some of the Darkstalkers cast. The series was released on VHS, DVD and UMD for the Playstation Portable. The official soundtrack for the anime was also released in the US and Japan.
The series was based on Capcom's video game Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge.
In a world different from our own, the old folk lore of vampires, werewolves and other terrifying creatures are a reality. In this world, humans are the natural enemies of these creatures, known as the Darkstalkers.
- Return of the Darkstalkers
- Blood of the Darkstalkers, Power of the Darkstalkers
- Pyron Descending
- For Whom They Fight
|Character||English VA||Japanese VA|
|Anita||Andrea Libman||Akiko Yajima|
|Bishamon||Don Brown||Shozo Iizuka|
|Demitri Maximoff||Paul Dobson||Akio Ōtsuka|
|Donovan Baine||Ari Solomon||Unshō Ishizuka|
|Hannya||Michael Dobson||Masashi Ebara|
|Hsien-Ko||Nicole Oliver||Yūko Miyamura|
|Jon Talbain||Alvin Sanders||Fumihiko Tachiki|
|Lord Raptor||Scott McNeil||Kōichi Yamadera|
|Mei-Ling||Jane Perry||Maya Okamoto|
|Morrigan Aensland||Kathleen Barr||Rei Sakuma|
|Pyron||David Kaye||Shinji Ogawa|
Minor characters and cameosEdit
- Hsien-Ko and Mei-Ling's mother
Intro and ending cameosEdit
- The ending theme for the series, "The Trouble Man" by Eikichi Yazawa was also used in the Japanese home console port of Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors, as its opening theme.
- Australian voice acter Scott McNeil also voiced Lord Raptor in the American series of Darkstalkers cartoons.
- Oddly, Huitzil appeared with its alternate color instead of its official color.
- Demitri's aura that protects him is not visible in the OVA.