Hero TV brings two of the wackiest programs of the year this May as the number one anime channel in the Philippines airs the adventures of vampire boss Staz of “Blood Lad” and samurai friends Gin, Kagura, and Shinpachi of “Gintama: Enchousen.”
On Labor Day Thursday (May 1), Staz, a vampire boss of the Demon World encountered Fuyumi, a girl who accidentally entered Staz’s world in “Blood Lad.” When Fuyumi died and turned into a ghost, Staz made it his mission to help Fuyumi return back to life. Will Staz succeed in his quest? Find out weekdays beginning May 1 at 8 PM with replays at 2 AM, 8 AM, and 2 PM.
While vampire boss Staz saves Fuyumi, the samurais of “Gintama,” Gin, Kagura, and Shinpachi, save themselves from poverty in the show’s latest season, “Gintama: Enchousen.” The heroes work odd jobs to pay for rent, often clashing with new villains, as well as enemies from the past. See them get through each day of hilarious mishaps weekdays beginning May 14 at 8:30 PM with replays at 2:30 AM, 8:30 AM, and 2:30 PM.
Welcoming the end of summer with “Blood Lad” and “Gintama: Enchousen” are “Gundam Age,” “Aquarion Evol,” “Claymore,” “Death Note,” “Digimon Frontier,” “Dragon Force,” “Fate/Zero,” “Hakouki,” “Jigoku Shoujo,” “Kyouran Kazoku Nikki,” “Major Season 3,” and “Yugioh 5D’s Season 2.”
Also, coming up on Hero Theatrixx this month every Saturday and Sunday is “Detective Conan Drama Special 1-4.”
Catch all your favorite anime shows on Hero TV (SkyCable Channel 44 and Destiny Digital Cable Channel 44), the number one anime channel in the Philippines. For more schedules and updates, visit and like Hero TV on Facebook (www.facebook.com/myheronation) and follow the channel’s official twitter account (@myHEROnation).
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