Millennium Snow, Vol. 1 (Millennium Snow #1)
Chiyuki makes the most of the time she has left, even though things ar ...more
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I'm really not picky with my manga - I'll read just about anything. I just love manga. My obsession began with Fushigi Yugi and is branching out into many different directions, one of which is the more macabre world of vampires and the supernatural. So I thought that I would try Millennium Snow.
I was very disappointed. The art is beautiful, if a bit disproportional at times. However, the book gives you no time to invest in the characters emotionally. From the first time that Chi ...more
Sounded like an interesting manga story. Unfortunately, it didn't work for me. I think it was too young for me. I enjoy some of the teen manga but this was just too silly. I did not feel like the characters were acting as expected. Their actions from panel to pan ...more
In execution, it's more silly and played for laughs than dramatic, in the style of many Japanese manga that are goofy and comedi ...more
Chiyuki has heart problems, and is spending her life mostly in hospitals. Then, she meets a vampire and offers to become his mate, since she feels they have much in common. She doesn't think he'll give a second thought. But, he offers he ...more
In a high school romance somewhat familiar to those who've watched Being Human or read Twilight, the storyline revolves around these three characters and how they learn about each other, forming a typical triangle for teenage stories.
Listed as Hatori's first original manga, it has it's charms. Chiyuki is trying t ...more
The synopsis does NOT do the story justice, it just makes it sound cheezy and well just like a kinda blah story. My suggestion would be to completely bypass the synopsis and just give Millennium Snow a go.
I really liked how Millennium Snow began, were Chiyuki sees Touya fall off the roof the hospital (she actually thought that he had jumped to his doom). I thought it was an interesting way to start because from there you have Touya and ...more
Anyway, it's a lovely story about a girl (Chiyuki) with heart troubles who meets a boy (Toya) who turns out to be a vampire. But this is no ordinary vampire, he doesn't drink blood! Why? When he drinks that persons blood, they will together live for 1000 years. But will he change his mind as he grows closer to Chiyuki? Will he let her fall into the hands of a werewolf named Satsuki? Will Toya be able to save Chiyuk ...more
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Long long ago, I could enjoy a vampire story. But then, everything changed when twilight came out. Only my age could stop me from reading this series, but in reality, that didn't stop me at all. Years passed and I'm still sick of vampire stories, all the cliches stacked and stacked. And although some may be good, they have a lot to learn about adv ...more
Millenium Snow is what Twilight would have been if the author had a sense of humor about herself and there was something actually, physically wrong with Bella Swan rather than her just being a clumsy, sour-dispositioned person. There's a love triangle with a vampire and a werewolf who has no chance. And that's basically the plot of the first volume and, I assume, the series.
To be fair, I liked it much better ...more
You don't know how much I cry when I was reading this. It was not a book that say "I love you" every chapter, "doki-doki" heart every moment, it was funny, sad, and yes, a roller coaster!
Though the visual is not really my type, but as long as it was a good story, I still could bear.
I don't want to sound mean, but actually I prefer Sad Ending, though. ( look at the condition 2 last chapters, I kind of hope it was a sad ending ).
But HEA always win, right?
I believe it has been quite a long time since I reviewed something vampire concerning on the blog! Correctly saying in my manga corner, I believe the last vampire manga was back in October – Vampire Knight. Check it out if you are interested. But before I actually go to the story itself let me tell you something about its background. The story is only 4 volumes long. You might find it weird but in the middle of it (end of vol. 2) the author stopped writing it, and ...more
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Now that VIZ is releasing the last two volumes of this series, I’ve decided to give it a reread (and review). I first read it back around the time it was first released, and remember enjoying it. As I’ve said many times before, Ouran High School Host Club is one of my absolute favorite series, and so of course I’d already read this. And when I heard that VIZ was continuing it, when I hadn’t even known that Hatori had finished it, I got very excited. And ...more
Millennium Snow is an oldie but definite goodie worthy of your time. It's about an girl named Chiyuki whom, despite an serious heart condition, longs to see the first snow before she dies. She unexpectedly meets an sharp tongued vampire named Toya who has an strong distaste towards humans and even possibly blood in general. Halfway though the manga we come across another guy who is similar to Toya.
One of my favorite things about Bisco Hatori's works is that her characters have amazing ...more
It is only because of the full moon that she notices the boy in black as he steps off the roof of the hospital. Leaving her room without permission, s ...more
Synopsis: Created by Bisco Hatori, this shōjo supernatural romance story follows Chiyuki Matsuoka, a young woman in high school with a weak heart. When she was born, the doctors said she would be lucky to live until she was 15. She now tries to live to see it snow as many times as possible.
One evening, she sees a young man in a black coat jump off a building, and she goes to find him, only to discover that the man is unhurt. She learns that his name is Tōya Kanō, and that he is ...more
Chiyuki first met Toya when she was taking a stroll outside the hospital. Toys straight out told her that he was a vampire. After that they bumped into each other again and Chiyuki found out that Toya doesn't have a partner to drink blood from. So she decided that she wanted to be his partner and Toya go ...more
OK so I read this a long long time ago and I kind of liked it, though it wasn't one of my favorites like Ouran High School Host Club, Vol. 01 or Fruits Basket, Vol. 1. Anyway the point is I read them and when I was done with number 2 I find out that the author stopped it and those are the only two volumes. Really!?!? Way to ruin my day man. Now they say that after years of those two books having been written she will finally continue. I don't know if I'll be able to continue now. But for the tim...more
Bisco Hatori born August 30 is a Japanese manga artist. Bisco Hatori is a pseudonym; she states that the name has special meaning to her. She has worked for such magazines as LaLa. Her manga debut was A Moment of Romance in LaLa DX. Her first series was Millennium Snow. However, the comedy Ouran High School Host Club is her breakout hit.