The Record of a Fallen Vampire, Volume 2

Akabara is heavily injured during his battle against Kayuki, the newest incarnation of the Black Swan Kayuki remains shrouded in mystery not only does she bear a striking resemblance to the previous Black Swan, but she also offers Akabara a temporary truce Why does she need to keep the Vampire King alive
The Record of a Fallen Vampire Volume Akabara is heavily injured during his battle against Kayuki the newest incarnation of the Black Swan Kayuki remains shrouded in mystery not only does she bear a striking resemblance to the previous B

  • Title: The Record of a Fallen Vampire, Volume 2
  • Author: Kyo Shirodaira Yuri Kimura
  • ISBN: 9781421517742
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Record of a Fallen Vampire, Volume 2”

    1. While part of the mystery was explained, the story jumps 50 years. This in itself was slightly annoying, but the whole premise of the story feels very unlikely (how long does it take a super powerful vampire to find his wife, really?). Drawings are a little hard to understand, but again, ends with a big question that urged me to read the next one.

    2. Kyo Shirodaira is quickly realizing the potential of this story, building subplot on top of subplot. There's also a good deal of hand-waving which is a bit annoying. Still, I'm becoming accustomed to the art style and I'm curious to see where the story goes.

    3. The plot had divulged in many interesting details. I didn't get why that the Black Swan try to help Akabara. But most of the time the manga actually has a lot of action. This was worth the read. The manga was so addicting, and I can't stop reading it. Basically, I liked it not I loved it!

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