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by Akihisa Ikeda

  • ISBN: 1421519038
  • Category: Comics & Graphic
  • Author: Akihisa Ikeda
  • Subcategory: Manga
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC (June 3, 2008)
  • Pages: 192 pages
  • FB2 size: 1542 kb
  • EPUB size: 1238 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 525
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Title: Rosario+Vampire ロザリオとバンパイア Authored by : Ikeda Akihisa Serialized in : Formerly Monthly Shounen Jump, soon Jump Square Genre: Shonen, Comedy, School Life, Supernatural Japanese Release: On-going 9 volumes Scanlations: Ongoing 4 Vol ~(see further below). Rosario+Vampire is a manga first published in the now defunct Monthly Shounen Jump, and one of the few to be carried over in the new monthly magazine Jump Square. Summary (taken from manga-updates). By a bizzare coincidence, Tsukune Aono has accidentally gotten himself admitted to a youkai acadamy, a school attended by monsters (youkai).

Tsukune's going to have one heck of a hickey when he gets home from Monster High!All-around average teenager Tsukune can't get accepted to any high school save one...but on his first day he finds the rest of the student body doesn't appear average at all. Best of all, the cutest girl on campus can't wait to fling her arms around his neck! Wait a sec'--are those her teeth around his neck too...? Tsukune's going to have one heck of a hickey when he gets home from Monster High! But does he have a chance in H E double hockey sticks of raising his grades at a school where the turf war isn't between the jocks and the nerds but the vampires and the werewolves? LESSON ONE: VAMPIRES QUIZ 1 WHAT'S THE BEST COURSE OF ACTION WHEN A PERT CLASSMATE ATTEMPTS TO SNACK ON YOUR JUGULAR? a. Run for your life and the sanctity of your soul b. Invite her out for a strawberry soda, heavy on the syrup c. Scream like a boy and hide in the principal's office d. Let her have a few sips while you check out her spectacular quadriceps
Reviews about Rosario+Vampire, Vol. 1 (7):
Zonama
I must admit

When I first got into the series just by watching the anime first. I actually ended up liking the series to the point where it sadly had to end with only 2 seasons and a total of 13 episodes in each season which are over all 26 episodes. Honestly I have to say even though It was "fan service" as we all might say due to comedy and some laughs and tons of running jokes about boobs, panties, and even sex. Despite all that I loved it still and it had tons of likeable characters such as Kurumu and Mizore.

Soon After i started reading the mangas cause I wanted to see what was the difference and as soon as I read it I soon discovered there was more action and more details on WHY most characters are what they are. And Ive read all the books there was until the very end. And after reading em all it was all the more reason why I loved Rosario Vampire. And it became one of my most favorite animes.

I even managed to get someone else into the series while i was at work, I know it wasn't necessary to buy these books when I already read them online. But I had couple reasons why I just bought them anyway. 1) was because I was reading a translated version off of Mangahere.com and I have come across a couples of pages where their conversations somewhat didnt make sense at all though I will give the translator credit for actually trying his/her very best. And 2) was because one of my co-workers which is the one I got him into liking it. Wanted to read and see for himself. Especially parts where he missed out on where Im sure he would wanna see for himself. So if you're just like me and you wanna read the mangas after seeing the series. Then BUY IT NOW!! You will not be sorry. It will answer most of your bothersome questions about some things you might of not understood from the episodes. And im sure it will be all the more reason to LOVE Rosario Vampire.
Dddasuk
I started watching the anime of this series on Netflix, but I was seeing forums and blogs that the manga was much better so I started buying them. I just finished season one of the manga and they are definitely better than the anime. The books came in great, new condition, and I felt like I got a great deal for buying in bulk. I completely love this series though! I consider myself an athletic non-anime or manga type because I play baseball for college and I am a country boy, but this has completely changed my view. This has gotten me into Spice and Wolf, Dragonaut, Blood+, and a few more. The thing is though, I have searched, and I do not like any others, so if anyone reads this bring it up to the author or production company that they need to step it up with episodes that follow the narrative better and start making some more seasons to give me some closure! I would recommend this to anyone of my friends with an open mind and to absolutely anyone that loves manga.
BOND
If you're looking at this manga because you're seeking a new read, get it.
If you're looking here because you've already watched the show and wonder what happens after, get it. (although the season 2 part is completely different in the manga)
This is by far my favorite manga. It is nice for the length so far. Wonderfully cultured story that progresses at a easy to follow pace. There isn't as much fan service as there is in the anime and it is still amazing. As you'd progress into the story in the subsequent books you can tell how the author/artist (they are the same person which makes it all the better, you get what they should look like from the person who thought of this amazing series) develops as their art improves subtly but keeps the great detail. As I write this I am waiting for Rosario Vol. 14 of Capu 2 to come out. As with any manga every book mostly has a terrible cliffhanger for the next one but it is all the better.
I cannot recommend this series any more.
Ygglune
This is a great story that includes a lot of the monsters that we all know and love in a high school setting. It is cute, funny, action packed and sexy but I implore anyone who has seen the anime and hated it DON'T JUDGE THIS MANGA BY THE ANIME!!! The story is stronger, the dialogue is better and the characters are far less annoying!
The manga does not insult your intelligence but still provides an array of fan service to the benefit of the story instead of at the expense of it. Everything from epic beat downs, dramatic transformations, to steamy situations without the ridiculous over abundance of panty shots and idiotic banter. But that is not to imply that there aren't ANY panty shots.
Story wise it is very well written and will always leave you wanting more. One of the most likable things about the manga is the consistent character development between each other and independently. It is one of my favorite manga and I can't wait for the volumes to come.
Jorad
Having watched - and liked - the anime, I decided to purchase one of the comics. Both follow the exact same storyline so far, but the comic, as any comic, are far shorter than the 20+ minute episodes. So far, the fan service has been less gratuitous on the comic (the anime's full of very explicit fan service), which is good, as it makes for a more light-hearted read. And the story itself is as silly and funny as I recall, just don't expect any major character development or profound themes.
Depending on your taste for fan service, choose between the anime and the comic. Just don't skip on this if you feel like something light and easy to read/watch.
DireRaven
Initially, I only had experience with the anime adaptation. My girlfriend introduced me to it, and I've loved it ever since. Initially, it seems to be full of running jokes about boobs and panties, but dig a few levels down and you find a story about a boy who's forced into a world of monsters and magic, and a story about being comfortable with those around you, no matter how different they are. The manga is really well done, and is always exciting.

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