Sunday, May 3, 2015

Review: Vampire Knight 16 by Matsuri Hino

Vampire Knight, Vol. 16 (Vampire Knight, #16)Vampire Knight volume 16
by Matsuri Hino
Genre(s): Graphic Novel, Manga
Pages: 200
Published: Mar 2013
Publisher: Viz Media

Summary:  "The Night Class is back in session, but Yuki finds herself quickly becoming second fiddle to Sara Shirabuki. With Kaname gone, Yuki is now desperate for blood, so Zero offers her his own. Will she break her promise to Kaname and drink from Zero?"
Review: This volume left me confused. There is no clear image of what is going on. Where is the story going and why?! We no longer know!

Characters are acting out of character Cross and Kaname are at odds, Yuki's vampires are all over the place and she and Zero can't figure out what is going on but trying to act indifferent around one another! toss in some new blood tablets and we get this volume! Yuki is the only character i liked in this volume. She is really coming into her own.

As usual, the artwork is amazing. While I love the talent shown, the story's level of degradation from early volumes has left this series as a bottom rung read. I will still continue reading it as I feel I have invested too much time to not know what is going on. With only 3 volumes left to the series I am very concerned about a reasonable ending


  1. Good review. I love anime books. I love reading the ones that are steampunk. :)

  2. I have read the whole series! I too love the art but the story felt too long for me. Thank you for the review!

  3. I Love books that have vampires!! I haven't ever tried anime books, so it's all new to me!!

  4. I always wanted to read this series... I love how the artwork looks. i wonder if there's an anime of it?

  5. I really wanna read this series, but not sure to read the manga or try the anime out first! Any suggestions?

  6. Great review! It sounds like somethinf i would love


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