Vampire Knight, Tome 13
I was Team Kaname and Yuki.
But Damn does Zero deserver her more. And he aint going to kill her. He loves her too much to do that.
My heart goes out to Kaname on this one. What a sad past he has. Yuki gets to 'experience' it through him in order to better understand him. It is a good thing too. Hi ...more
We learn a lot more about Kaname in this volume. He shares his memories with Yuki and she essentially lives his past. I am not the rabid Team Kaname fan that I was at the beginning of the series, but I don't hate him either. This volume shows that he is a much more complicated character than I r ...more
My eyes are rolling so hard though. I'm sure that ending the incest wasn't really in the plan but she just had so much back lash from fans she decided to cut it out.
I hate Kaname. And Yuki. Zero can only take me so far before I put this series down.
What the hell's wrong with Yuki?! "I'll accept any punisment"?! Is this BDSM or something? I like Kaname, but he and Yuki are in what I'd describe as an unhealthy, abusive relationship. Personally, I wouldn't have just sat (lied) there and taken it! I would've kicked Kaname's 10,000 year old balls up his bloodsucking throat!
Yuki's been pissing the hell out of me lately...
As for Zero and Kaname, I continually to feel for them equally. I cried for them both i ...more
Volume 13 in the Vampire Knight series
Cross Academy is attended by two groups of students: the Day Class and the Night Class. The catch is the Night Class are vampires. Yuki Cross and Zero Kiryu are the Guardians of the school, protecting the Day Class from the Academy’s dark secret. I hadn’t picked up a manga in a year or over a year I’m not sure, but I decided to go out and buy a couple to review and all that. Mangas only take me a day to read and I flew th...more
I am hoping the next volume gets better again.
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.