Chibi Vampire Graphic Novel 1
Max P. Sterling - Oct 20 2007
Never thought vamps could be this cute. this story is so funny I just can stop buying it. i mean a vampire that puts blood into people is like an un-vampire. And the whole thing about blood efinity is a riot.
Daniel Smith - Jul 29 2008
Girls gushing over guys is normal... right?
We've all seen it a million times. A boy and girl meet each other in the oddest of circumstances. After that moment... They can't get away from each other... No matter how hard they try. Fate seems to want them to stay together, however, is that a good thing?
Chibi Vampire is a superb manga that explores young love between a young woman named Karin Maaka, and a young man named Kenta Usui. What makes it so superb is how it takes a different spin on Vampires in general.
I will not spoil it for you. However I've got to say, I so far like the Vampires in Chibi Vampire more than I like any other Vampires in other series.
Also, most of the fun of this manga is watching how Karin tries her hardest to avoid Kenta. It's amusing to see all of her plans go down the tube due to twist after twist. In the end, we get to see the seeds of love planted deep in fertile soil, and two destinies headed towards one path.
The Likes: The artwork... Oh the artwork. Ms. Yuna Kagesaki is superb at her artwork. Each emotion, awkward sequence, and character closeup is excellent. Also through the manga I love the comedic timing. I feel sorry for Karin, however at the same time I can't help but laugh.
The Dislikes: None. (I may be biased though. You'll have to discover some for yourself. My apologies.)
The Huh?: Karin's brother is a goober. I'm awaiting the manga where an epiphany hits him between the eyes and he straightens up. That's just me though.
Alicia M. Boyd - Oct 25 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org
Re-read for the 3rd time
This is such a cute manga! It really has a wonderful storyline,plot and overall good quality feel to it. It just makes you want to read more and more and more. I have decided to finnaly take the plung and finish this whole manga in its entirety! I finished the anime Karin first and was absolutly swept off my feet! For a first book in a good length of a series it definitly sets the way for brilliance and overall good "clean" vampiric fun.