Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Cross Academy has a Night Class full of vampires Matsuri Hino burst onto the manga scene with her title Kono Yume ga Sametara (When This Dream Is Over), which was published in LaLa DX . 63 books based on votes: Vampire Knight, Vol. 1 by Matsuri Hino, Hellsing, Vol. 01 by Kohta Hirano, Chibi Vampire, Vol. 01 by Yuna. To ask other readers questions about Vampire Knight, Vol. I liked the back story of Yuki and Kaname that was included in this manga, and I can see now why.
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Cross Academy is an elite boarding school with two separate, isolated classes: the Day Class and the Night Class. On the surface, Yuuki Cross and Zero Kiryuu are prefects of the academy and attempt to keep order between the students as classes rotate in the evenings. Immortal tales of the past and present from the world of Vampire Knight. Vampire Knight returns with a collection of stories that delve into Yuuki and Zero's time. Manga para leer y descargar ACTUALIZADO Y AL DIA! http:// teshimaryokan.info
Makoto Tateno. Was everything I needed it to be So many beautiful quotes about fear and peace The threats between t Everything I needed it to be Loved little yuki and felt like I connected and understood her for the first time after questioning why she loved him but thought she was nothing in return, how she related and her mix or hard and soft reactions Loved how it showed that Kaname let her go for her good, not by pushing her away but by releasing her from the start Interesting second love triangle development! Shiki Senri 2 7 Nov 02, Maybe because I read it so late last night, but I don't think that was the only reason. Oct 27, Farhin rated it it was amazing.
Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other: Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Vampire Knight, Vol. Vampire Knight, Vol. Tomo Kimura Goodreads Author Translator. Kaname, the pureblood vampire, has kept to his room since learning of Yuki and Zero's forbidden act. However, the arrival of Ichijo's grandfather brings the entire Night Class together to greet one of the oldest vampires on the senate.
Ichijo's grandfather says he's there merely to visit his grandson, but he's out for Kaname's blood. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Vampire Knight 3.
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See 2 questions about Vampire Knight, Vol. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Sep 09, Arlene rated it it was amazing Shelves: Vampire Knight 3 is a great installment in this series.
I liked the back story of Yuki and Kaname that was included in this manga, and I can see now why there are many who are Team Kaname. This book raises a few questions for me, including: Why is Zero sent to hunt a Level E serial kille Vampire Knight 3 is a great installment in this series. Why is Zero sent to hunt a Level E serial killer? Is Maria Kurenai really who she says she is? Why is Zero after her? The story just gets better and better and the art work continues to impress me. View all 12 comments.
Aug 31, Nic rated it it was amazing Shelves: I have now finally decided View all 43 comments. I'm really glad I'm giving the manga version a shot.
I'm actually having a good time with it, and so far I can see that the anime adaptation was really faithful to the original works. Feb 19, Martina rated it really liked it Shelves: Jan 10, Ivy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Still like the characters.
Think mastered reading manga. Can't wait to read Vampire Knight vol. Jul 20, Fangirl Musings rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Read it because duh. Plot's well and good enough, and we gotta have it, but nothing beats getting to spend just angsty emo-tastic time with our girl Yuki.
Throw in some more time spent with Zero and Kaname and I'm all of the euphoric. Interestingly Volume 3 spent a lot more time focusing on the world, with Yuki kind of feeling pushed to the background more often than not. She was front-and-center, but the story was more about her rather than being I LOVE me some character-spectacularness when it comes to my Shoujo. She was front-and-center, but the story was more about her rather than being with her.
Yes that makes no sense, but screw it because vampy-vampness was ALL about this edition! I mean, my favorite spreads literally were nothing but this Either way it was good and awesome and I glommed the thing in under 30 minutes.
So Volume 4! Jan 29, Anna rated it liked it. Devo dire che con questo volume ho cominciato ad apprezzare anche Kaname. Nov 10, Krista Baetiong Tungol rated it it was amazing Shelves: Okay, okay.
I kind of start to understand why I loved this manga series so much when I was younger. I'm starting to get a little bit more involved in the characters' lives again than I did in the first two volumes.
I loved the childhood flashbacks the most especially adorable little Yuuki trying to get dressed by herself. Again, the thing that I deplore about this series is Yuuki's helplessness. Many people seem to be really annoyed by Zero's "emo-ness", but I think it's kind of normal for him Okay, okay. Many people seem to be really annoyed by Zero's "emo-ness", but I think it's kind of normal for him to depressed considering his past.
But Yuuki's damsel-in-distress syndrome is what is really getting me. I mean, I understand that she is a Guardian because she is the Chairman's adoptive daughter and not necessarly because she's strong, but you would at least expect her to be able to protect herself once in a while, no?
Also all of this thing about having to sacrifice herself for Zero. She's a pretty adorable heroine, but the series would be so much better if she learnt how to stand up for herself. Sep 11, Beth rated it liked it Shelves: The first half of this volume of Vampire Knight runs through Yuki's childhood, from her rescue in the snow to her life with the headmaster.
The second half introduces a couple of new vampire characters, including one who Zero knows all too well. In the sidebars, Hino speculates which characters might or might not survive being stranded on a desert island, or who would be an easy or difficult catch in a dating game.
These imagination games show that she has strong conceptions of the night school c The first half of this volume of Vampire Knight runs through Yuki's childhood, from her rescue in the snow to her life with the headmaster.
These imagination games show that she has strong conceptions of the night school characters' personalities, but unfortunately those conceptions aren't coming across very strongly to me yet? One of the vampires is heedless or reckless, another one likes reading, and that's about all I can think of.
Apr 22, Emily rated it really liked it. Ok, so I was struggling to decide if I wanted to give this volume 3 or 4 stars, because as of now, I'm still not really that into the story.
But I decided on 4 because I do really like Zero. Also, I like Kaname because he's creepy. I'm guessing he's not supposed to come off as creepy, but that's actually a plus for me.
Creepy characters are fun. Mar 20, Radwa rated it liked it Shelves: I like the conflict between Yuki and Zero and Kaname, and Yuki's conflicted emotions towards the both of them. But I was confused a lot during this volume regarding everything else.
Oct 16, Shannon rated it it was ok Shelves: For some reason, this volume seemed really short to me. I think it might be because not much happened. The present day stuff had me feeling a bit disconnected. Also, I had no clue how to feel about Maria.
She came off super sketchy to me. I did love the flashbacks though. The scenes where he visited a younger Yuki every year on her birthday was sweet. I could finally understa For some reason, this volume seemed really short to me. I could finally understand why Yuki had a crush on him.
While I still think that Yuki and Zero should be endgame, I can now see the appeal when it comes to Kaname. Oct 27, Farhin rated it it was amazing. Please do not read this review if you have not read the previous volumes of Vampire Knight.
Volume 3 of Vampire Knight was more of a flashback volume, strengthening the backstory of the characters. In the first chapter Kaname has confined himself to his room after becoming aware of Zero and Yuki's "forbidden act" which was revealed in vol. One of the oldest vampires on the Senate, Ichio, Takuma's grandfather pays a visit to Kaname and reveals he has intentions of wanting Kaname's blood which raises questions by the readers - why exactly is the Head of the most distinguished clan of aristocrats in the vampire world after Kaname, the pureblood vampire?
We also see a bit more to Ruka - another vampire close to Kaname in the Night Class. After Takuma Ichijo's grandfather leaves and Kaname once again confines himself to his bedroom again, Ruka offers her blood to Kaname but he refuses.
She then reveals to Kain about her love for Kaname and how he's only had her blood once when the Night Class was first set-up We see this scene in the same volume in a flashback. The second and third chapter reveal events that occurred in Yuki and Zero's past and indicates the depth of the relationship between all of the characters.
As we already know from the first volume, Yuki has no memory before the age of five where she was almost attacked by a vampire gone berserk.
Kaname saves her and takes her to the Headmaster's house where he officially adopts her. At this age, Yuki also had no memory on simple things like what a pudding is, or how to put on her clothes and we have various charming scenes showcasing this. Kaname becomes dear to Yuki and they meet every year on her birthday- the day that Kaname saved her. The third chapter has the same recurring theme of Kaname visiting Yuki but now there is a new addition - we have Zero who lives with Yuki and who has just escaped the clutches of the woman who killed his family.
Naturally Zero freaks out when he see Kaname. In this chapter we also see how the Night Class came about and Zero's complete resentment towards it. Yuki also witnesses Kaname drinking Ruka's blood in a rather terrifying way which affects the way she sees vampires again having previously been attacked by one.
The fourth chapter involves Zero going on a hunt to find a Level E vampire that has been attacking young girls. He goes off without telling Yuki which leads Yuki to follow him into town and get caught up in the mission. Zero swiftly puts the vampire down before Senri and Rima get a chance.
The final chapter introduces a new character - Maria Kurenai who has just been transferred to the Night Class. Already she causes quite the stir with both the cast in the Night Class and Zero and Yuki and something tells me that there's more to her than we think. I think this volume is where the story has really begun to pick up. Just a side note: I have a problem with Yuki's bandages, gauze etc that she ties around her neck.
Maybe not to the day time students, but surely the Night Class students would know instantly that someone has been drinking her blood?
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