Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Manga Review: Crimson Spell Vol 3 by Ayano Yamane

Crimson Spell Bd. 3 
Crimson Spell Volume 3
by Ayano Yamane
Genre(s): Manga, Graphic Novel
Pages: 180
Published:  Sept 2009 (Japanese) & April 2014 (English) 
Publisher: Sublime
Official Blurb:  "Prince Vald continues his journey with the sorcerer Halvi, seeking a means to break the curse that causes him to transform into a demon at night. But enemies looking to take the power of Vald’s cursed sword for themselves bewitch Halvi in an attempt to make him fight the young prince! Forced to the brink, Halvi makes a crucial choice.

Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for mature audiences."
Review:  Oh Vald, when you are in demon form, you need to come with a warning! Not only is demon Vald hot but he is also dangerous! 

This book picks up with Havi in trouble and finds Rulca in bad shape. And Vald all sorts of confused. It is the mid point in the story and it's direction is solely in his hands. He has to face his own inner feelings and demons. A lot of forgiveness is needed all around in this volume and it kept me on edge as to how it would play out. And of course, wishing for more demon Vald. I can never get enough of those markings! 

The terrific artwork continues in this volume. Still, I keep hoping for more story depth. 
Warning: This is a Yaoi manga!
*I was loaned a digital copy of this manga in exchange for a fair/honest review. All opinions expressed are strictly my own.*


  1. What is a yaoi manga? Anyway, I do like the cover art on this and can only imagine that the illustrations are just as beautiful.

  2. Sounds nice. I will put it on my TBR list.

    Yaoi is romance between males and the target audience is female.

  3. Ayano Yamane is a master of yaoi! Her art is always beautiful and her stories compelling.


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