I remember watching Master Of Mosquiton may years back, almost 10 years ago! It’s airtime was 6:30 PM every Wednesday in GMA Network.
Here’s a synopsis I ripped from www.animeworld.com.
Part vampire, part human, Mosquiton is a powerful being who is able to control his vampire blood and use his powers for good, so long as his thirst for blood is not aroused. As an immortal, he cannot die–it takes only a drop of blood to resurrect him, and he will be bound to serve whoever’s blood it is.
Therein lies the rub: Mosquiton’s current master is a 17-year-old treasure hunting girl who’s absolutely determined to find an ancient artifact that will grand her the eternal life (and youth) that she needs to spend the aeons with her Moskie. As if that weren’t bad enough, Mosquiton isn’t exactly the angst-ridden paragon of vampirehood, either–he’s got a soft spot for his new master, at least when she’s not forcing him to crank-start her biplane or carry her to safety. Joined by Mosquiton’s two supernatural sidekicks, the crew set out to capture eternal life. Or something like that.
Their quest gets a pretty obvious jumpstart when an immense pyramid suddenly pops up in the middle of London. Now for those pesky traps and guardians ancient pyramids always seem to be full of…
Oh. Those were the days when I was just starting to doodle real anime characters on my Science and Math notebooks. I bet there’s some high school student out there currently doodling Naruto, Bleach or One Piece characters on his/her Science and Math notebooks. The cycle of life.
Master of Mosquiton is a weird anime. What I love about this anime is that it tries to make sense, in a funny way, the ancient relics such as the Easter Island Statues, Pyramids, etc.
If you’re an anime fan as much as a History Channel addict, you’ll definitely enjoy this title.