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Vampire Cheerleaders vol. 1 (Vampire Cheerleaders/Paranormal Mystery Squad #1)

3.46 of 5 stars 3.46  ·  rating details  ·  71 ratings  ·  11 reviews
The Bakertown High School cheerleading squad has a secret: behind all their pretty make-up and short skirts are five hungry vampires who sure know how to show their school spirit!

When one of their own turns up missing, the senior cheerleaders have no other choice but to induct one of the eleventh grade girls from the B Squad into their vixenous ranks. But siring new recru
Paperback, 192 pages
Published March 15th 2011 by Seven Seas (first published March 11th 2011)
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Regina Hunter
"is it supposed to be this color?" "Want a mellon?"
Rain Misoa
Sep 27, 2012 Rain Misoa rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: NO ONE! NOT EVEN MANGA LOVERS! NO ONE!!!
Recommended to Rain by: Library
Shelves: manga
This is a manga that, from the beginning, I knew I wasn't going to like it. It was bland, stupid, mediocre, and I swear I am going to lose it if I get another ridiculous pop culture reference just so the manga could seem more "interesting." I have never hated a manga so much as I do this one. And if I ever did, it's not coming to mind. After reading this, I'm surprised I can keep functional enough to write out a review. There was nothing worthwhile about this. I mean, vampire cheerleaders who on ...more
Well that was an entertaining start to a new series, but not something overly great. I liked the plot, and the characters are funny and weird but in my opinion, the premise although cute it's very common and even boring.

However the illustration is amazing, i loved the clear design and the amazing lines.

As for the story, the Vampire Cheerleaders are exactly as it sounds. Vampires in a Cheerleading team. After the death of one of them the team needs a new member so they host try outs. Heather is t
I know, the plot sounds super cheesy and campy, well, it is. But in the best of ways! The team behind Vampire Cheerleaders did everything right, they embraced the absurdity of it all and turned it into something hilarious. Instead of making it so ridiculous that it's annoying, they made it fun, which earns them 100 awesome points. I have to give major props to the illustrators who nailed every facial expression, every hilarious chibi moment and for making cartoons so damn sexy. It's fantastic!

Devlin Scott
This is a clever series with an entertaining storyline and very exceptional artwork.

With a simplistic heartbeat sort of description from me, this manga exemplifies the art of being a vampire cheerleader as you navigate through the horrors of high school life. This is definitely an adult offering replete with all the usual vampire life lessons for harmonious living including, unfortunately...the ‘must be invited in first’ rule. I never liked it and, sad to say, they left this ‘nocturnal living’
D.M. Dutcher
What do you expect, Shakespeare?

This book is actually two series in one. The vampire cheerleaders are pretty much what you would expect; a group of undead queenbees who lose the fifth member of their squad, and draft an unlucky junior into their ranks. Of course, the boy keen on her isn't about to let that happen.

The second is PMS, a trio of cryptid hunters. It's harder to deal with chupacabra and werewolves when PETA has a branch devoted to preserving what they think are endangered species.

Steven Shroyer
This is a manga that is for those of us who dream of banging hot anime vampires. This story is filled with fan service, overt sexuality, and a unique death in the first few pages. The 2nd story in this volume with "The Paranormal Mystery Squad" was good, not great, but still fun to read. I got as frustrated with the monster rights group as I do with animal rights groups(Rev. Horton Heat's "Eat Steak" Should be my theme song) and it has some comical stuff. I would recommend this for fans of anime ...more
I normally don't read these ghetto manga books but I have to admit... This story was nice. The drawings were kind of simple but really pretty and the story line wasn't bad.
Jun 27, 2012 Mdntdeath marked it as to-read

How do u read this thing on this website? Cuz i can't seem to read it
cheezy manga fun - looking forward to book 2
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