Vampire Knight, Vol. 11
Publish date: December 4th 2009
Publisher: Viz Media
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Media Tie In
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
Series: Vampire Knight (#6)
3 stars The art is stunning, the plot a muddled mess. I'm not exactly sure what happened during most of the book, but I sure didn't mind looking at the illustrations as I tried to figure it out.review soon
So, this story has some redeeming qualities to it. After the last few books left me oh-so disappointed, it took some time to bother grabbing this one. *Warning* Spoilers ahead if you have not read previous volumes!This volume picks up full swing at the vampire Soiree. It is the first time in a ye...
Seriously... When I first started this manga, I really LOVE it. But now... It just made me a LOT confused. :O I really don't get it anymore why Kaname is doing what he's doing... And so Yuuki needs to kill him cause he's doing bad stuffs. I really like Kaname. I even named my laptop "Kaname". :) BUT...
This volume is one of the better ones where Yuki doesn't act TSTL. She actually acts like a leader even though she lost the class president elections for the Night class. We more tension with Zero and more of Sara's machinations. There are interesting developments regarding Ichijo and Shiki. We a...
Warning: If you have not read the first book, I advise you do so before reading beyond this first paragraph.***Vampire Knight is an interesting series that revolves around mainly around 3 people: Yuki, Kaname and Zero. This series has vampires, humans, vampire hunters and a mix of the above. Lots of...
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