Dance in the Vampire Bund, vol. 14

Dance in the Vampire Bund vol The final volume in the New York Times bestselling manga series Mina has finally been freed from captivity and Akira has awakened to a new powerful force inside him Now the battle to take back th

  • Title: Dance in the Vampire Bund, vol. 14
  • Author: Nozomu Tamaki
  • ISBN: 9781937867263
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Paperback
  • The final volume in the 1 New York Times bestselling manga series Mina has finally been freed from captivity, and Akira has awakened to a new, powerful force inside him Now, the battle to take back the Bund has begun Mass panic over the vampire pandemic grips Tokyo, and Mina s friends are surrounded by violent mobs Can Mina reach her friends and subjects in time in ordThe final volume in the 1 New York Times bestselling manga series Mina has finally been freed from captivity, and Akira has awakened to a new, powerful force inside him Now, the battle to take back the Bund has begun Mass panic over the vampire pandemic grips Tokyo, and Mina s friends are surrounded by violent mobs Can Mina reach her friends and subjects in time in order to save them

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    • Dance in The Vampire Bund is a vampire manga that I happened to catch the short series on Netflix a few years ago. The anime never had an end so I’m hoping to get one by reading the manga. Mina Tepes is the vampire ruler even though she has the body of a 9-year-old girl. Her guardians are the earth clan a pack of werewolves and she’s taken a fancy to one young shifter Akira making him her companion. The Vampire Bund has been created at last offering a safe place to all the vampires they just [...]


    • What a great way to end a series! Now at the end it implies that this is the end of the 1st Arc. So that leads me to believe that they will continue the story and I really hope they do! The only thing that I had questions about was the true forms of Alphonse and Fake Mina. I think Tamaki could have done a little better there. Also the story with Vera seemed confusing to me. None the less I hope Tamaki keeps up the series and doesn't extend it too far like some Bleach series.


    • Not the greatest ending, and it deliberately left some questions unanswered. Oh, and I really hate the cover art. Still some good things in here. The art is beautiful, and for once we get some female orientated fan service.


    • This was a decent conclusion but it does end on a sort of cliff hanger but Yuki is still my favorite character and while she sadly never gets an entire chapter or arc focused on her as she was a major assert into the defeat of the villain. Also I do like how a good chunk of the final volume is dedicated to seeing how the vampire hysteria has affected the public and we see that it is just excuse for most of the public to express their jealously for others and this is probably an accurate represen [...]


    • NO QUERÍA QUE TERMINARA!!!ES GENIAL!!! EMOCIONANTE Y HERMOSO, EL DIBUJO MUY DELICADO Y ATREVIDO Y LA HISTORIA INCREÍBLE!!DIOS LOS EXTRAÑARE


    • Oh man, really all I could say when I finished this was "WOW". I could later put into words what I meant when I said wow.This conclusion(or is it?!) to the Dance in the Vampire Bund was awesome. Probably the best read in the whole series. I immensely enjoyed the story from the perspective of the normal humans sheltering the vampires. Hell, I would have liked to see more stuff like that throughout the series. Then you kind of get humanity's perspective on the whole ordeal, rather than just the Va [...]


    • I'm a bit torn about the ending of this series. Parts I liked. Parts I was bored with but that's been true of the whole final arc. I wasn't all that impressed by some of it. What sort of annoyed me (and at the same time made me wonder if there will be more) that the back of the manga says end of the first epic arc. It was surely not wrapped up in any way. Most of the questions remain unanswered but as of the moment of writing the review I don't know if there is a plan for another saga.What I rea [...]


    • I loved this story especially since (as almost always) there was a lot more story then what one got to see from the anime. Plus, the whole concept of Yuki and Akira made sense in the manga where it never made sense in the anime. In the anime Yuki and Akira being a "couple" before he lost his memory just didn't jive when Akira is so in love and dedicated to Mina. I still don't understand how that was suppose to work or even seem remotely possible since if Akira stopped loving Mina and left her si [...]


    • Desde 2011 por lo menos sigo esta serie. Primero vi el anime y después empecé con el manga. En su momento lo ame, pero el autor tardó muchisimo tiempo en terminarlo. Hoy descubrí que había terminado y no pude hacer más que leerlo con avidez. Si bien queda un sentimiento de cariño especial, ese final me dejo un gusto amargo en la boca. Que no terminara me pareció horrible porque el autor por lo visto se tomo todas las licencias para terminar este primer tramo, desde el 2009 hasta el 2013. [...]


    • Noooooooooo Vera! Why would she do that? T~T she couldn't decide which Mina to pick? Really? Between the cold hearted b*tch who didn't care about her subjects and the kind queen who would give herself up to save her friends, was it really that much of a choice you couldn't go back to Mina??? She's saved Mina so many times and it wasn't like Mina wouldn't forgive her! If there's a continuation please tell me she comes out of that crystal thing and goes back to Mina.


    • End of the first arc, but any resolution is tightly integrated with kicking off the next round. In the end, there are good bits but the series as a whole never entirely got its hooks into me. In particular, Mina seemed less "mercurial and inscrutable" and more "completely and utterly random".


    • This could have ended a lot better. As it stands now there are too many loose ends and questions.


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