A review of the second volume of Vampire Knight by Matsuri Hino, whether the story is good and if it’s still worth investing your time and money into. It’s definitely better than Twilight though.
Vampire Knight is a unique manga series by Matsuri Hino. Yuki’s discovery that he is a vampire changes their relationship as she is attacked by a vampire in the town away from the school grounds. The Night Class students who save her ask her to come to their dormitory at night for answers.
I enjoyed this manga a lot, the story became more interesting with the addition of a new character, Toga Yagari who is Zero’s mentor and teacher when it comes to vampire hunting.
The plot is definitely solid and it’s a lot of fun to read. The dialogue is well written and the artwork is good. What I like about Vampire Knight is that Matsuri Hino keeps the story mysterious but her characters are still interesting and intriguing. The fight scenes are minimal, but decent.
The rework is very good and the character designs are nice and the illustrations are nice, but a little graphic when it comes to the blood. Still it’s a good manga and definitely worth a read, especially if you like vampires or romance.
If you like vampires in a school setting, you’ll definitely enjoy Vampire Knight. If you like intriguing, well written characters, this story is good. If you’re a male, you might want to try this before buying it, as it’s a shojo and meant for the female audience, you may or may not like it. If you’re a vampire fan, you’ll definitely want this in your manga collection.
It’s worth getting if you’re a vampire fan, if you like romance you should definitely borrow it from the library to see if it’s something you’ll enjoy. Worth your time, it won’t disappoint. It’s off to a good start so far and it’s very entertaining to read. It’s especially nice if you’re sick of Stephanie Meyer’s sparkling vampires from Twilight.