Vampire Knight, Vol. 2 (Vampire Knight #2)
In this installment, Zero continues to struggle with his change to vampire and Yuki stands by him regardless of the danger it poses for her. We learn about the vampire hierarchy and meet the newest addition to the series Toga Yagari, Zero’s master who is also a vampire hunter.
I enjoyed the small snippe ...more
In this volume, Yuki Cross, one of the guardians of Cross Academy, realizes that her partner, Zero Kiryu is having trouble coping with being a vampire ...more
Zero tritt hier noch mehr in den Vordergrund und es wird immer deutlicher, in welche Richtung die Handlung sich entwickeln wird. Ich mag es, dass der Manga actionreich ist und die Handlung sich trotzdem langsam entfaltet. Das Tempo stimmt hier einfach.
Und vor allen Dingen mag ich, dass der Manga sich nie vollkommen ernst ist. Hino betont zwar immer, wie dunkel die Story ist, parodiert sie aber in ihren Bonuskapiteln selbst. Das ist einfach herrl ...more
Awesome story. Really enjoyed this manga. Plot is great and characters are awesome. Liked Yuki, Zero, and Kaname. Think starting to get the hang of manga.
Watched a few of the animated episodes on Netflix. Thought was okay. What did you think of it?
Can't wait to read Vampire Knight vol. 3!!!!!
Yuki is the adopted daughter of the headmaster of a special boarding school. The day classes are fairly normal but at night a different set of students come to learn and they are vampires.
Yuki works as the special guardian with Zero. Their job is to keep the vampires a secret and prevent them from harming the human stude ...more
Yuki and Zero get an unexpected privilege—they get to run into town on an errand for the headmaster. Normally, leaving school grounds is rather restricted. Yuki is determined to have fun, even if ...more
Volume 2 just continues from volume 1. (view spoiler)[We know Zero is a vampire. (hide spoiler)] This volume teaches the readers more about the vampires in this world.
The main events (spoilers tagged where necessary):
1) Both Yuuki and Zero leave the academy to run errands for the Headmaster. We also get an interesting scene where Zero tames a slightly wild horse in one of the Phys. Ed. classes. In this chapter Yuki encounter ...more
SO glad I did!
If you were intrigued by the first volume but not totally hooked, give the second volume a chance anyway. Shit gets real. We meet vampires that are actually scary enough to take seriously as villains and we learn more about Zero's past as a vampire hunter.
Yuki is still a fairly boring hero ...more
It's Valentine's Day at Cross Academy, and the females are going wild. In Japan it's a custom that this is the day that you confess your love to your crush. Lots of anger and hatred is born on this day every year in my opinion. Also another tradition is that you give your male friends obligation chocolate. Which is the one I can't figure out, I mean you give your friends chocolate just to put up with your s&*t all year?!
In response the boys ...more
There's a couple of scenes in this one that were a little... well, creepy. Kaname's possession of Yuki when she and Zero visit the Moon ...more
We find out that Kaname is the leader of the Night Class and everyone follows his orders. (I am trying not to give too much away). Zero and Yuki also do something that is ...more
بجد المانجا ده مميزة جداً ..
منحنى الأحداث أخدت منحنى رائع أوي، وتدخل يوكى في الأحداث بالصورة ده جذبت انتباهي بصورة رهيبة "بوبي"..
دلوقتي الثلاثى المرح كنامى، وزيرو، ويوكى..
أكتر حاجة حبيتها بجد هي الريكشانات بتاعه كنامى غامضة أوي وهادية أوي ومميزة أوي ث4..
يوكى حتشل منها أوي بجد يعني هي مش عارفة حاجة وبتحسس الواحد أن هي عارفة كل حاجة ..
زيرو أنا بشفق عليه جدياً يا عينى أكتر حاجة بيكرهها يكون هو منها..
الحقيقة الأحداث في المانجا بدأت تختلف نوعاً ما عن الإنمى وده شوقني أكثر :). ...more
Pretty nicely drawn intense and lovely scenes in this one. Loving it!
I can't explain it. It's addictive. There are vampires and humans and vampire hunters and an odd headmaster that reminds me of Warhol. It's dark but fun. I love the sidebars by Matsuri Hino - they are so funny! And the outtakes at the back. Who knew you could do that with comics? I love it.
I love it.
I don’t know… I’ve read both MeruPuri & Captive Hearts by this author and despite the fact that I didn’t enjoy those all that much I keep coming back because I do like the artwork. I know this series is probably the one Matsuri Hino is best known for but I’m not feeling it. I think there are 18 or 19 books and I don’t see me continuing.
The rating and review are conclusion for all of the volumes. Except for the synopsis.
Okay..... I AM SUPER DUPER ANNOYED. True, it's not that bad but the way this story end? Gosh, I cannot. Let's just say I'm not really satisfied with how it ends okay? I don't know how to say it. I didn't enjoy Twilight last time. I didn't really enjoy Vampire Knight too.
Maybe vampire story is not really for me.
Hm, talking about the characters in this story. I could say Cross Yuki, the heroin, is a s...more
Creo que lo único destacable que le quita puntos a este tomo es el gran numero de personajes por parte de la clase nocturna que van y vienen, haciendo sus partes un poco c ...more
Matsuri Hino was born on January 24 in Hokkaido. She was a bookshop keeper who one day decided to become a manga artist, and all of nine months later, in 1995, she published her first manga title, Kono Yume ga Sametara (When This Dream Is Over), in Japan's LaLa DX magazine.