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He is the main character of Matsuri Hino’s Vampire Knight manga, which has been serialized since January of 2005 in Lala Magazine in Japan, and then put into serialization in Shojo Beat magazine in North America by June of 2006. Kaname Kuran is a pure blood vampire who happens to be Yuki Cross’ elder brother, but, is destined to love her romantically. Well, for those Zero-Yuki fans, this post will disappoint you because I’m for Yuki and Kaname’s love tandem.
Kaname and Yuki’s love may be a taboo for mortals, but it cannot be applied in the blood-sucker world. Kaname’s love for her sister cannot be fathomed beyond the depths of those endless abysses in the monster world they live in. The brotherly love is only a faint reflection of the intensity of feelings and bliss every time he is with her. The tragic disaster that happened to their parents ten years ago had marked him for the rest of his immortal life to love the only member of his family that was left, Yuki.
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Please don’t be fooled by the title or make prejudgments because it sounds so lousy. This tear-breaker shoujo by mangaka Yamada Keiko is the very first manga that made me cry.
Limited Lovers, unlike any other manga I’ve read has a very strong plot, and other shoujos absolutely fade in comparison. On the other hand, just like any other shoujos this one is definitely full of idealism. But you would absolutely forget about that as every chapter is carefully painted by painful struggles, and is gently stitched by unwavering hopes and faiths.
The chain of Thanatos’ lover! It is an invisible chain used by a Shinigami the moment he takes the soul of a mortal who’s going to die.
Miku’s accidental death due to the system crash of the database of the Death World causes her to be literally tied up to Sei, a Shinigami, with a chain called the Thanato’s lover. She and Sei are bound to be tied up until she can fully live her entire life span. But what will happen if the two will fall in love to each other?
Well, this manga is another shoujo delight. It’s actually a quick read because it’s only composed of 12 chapters and a special story at the ending. If you’re used to seeing a very tall, gawky, and ugly Shinigami like those characters in Deathnote, then you better think twice. Hehehe!
A very entertaining shoujo by mangaka Miyagi Riko. Hehehe! I just finished reading the whole series which is composed of 82 chapters. The monster world is indeed one of the most interesting and magnificent world the human mind had created.
Love Monster is definitely a one of a kind manga! It is very pleasurable to read and the main character is very funny. You can’t help but laugh your ass off as you’re flipping each page chapter by chapter. Miyagi Riko is a very playful writer. You’ll surely love Hiyo and Kurou, the most powerful love monsters in history!
I’m quite disappointed that this manga doesn’t have any new updates. At first, I find its story very unrealistic, cliche, and too shallow. I didn’t even know why I continued reading it. But as the leading characters were slowly revealed, I quickly fell in love with them especially the long-haired guy Taiga. Hehehe! He’s actually a porn-novelist. There, I spilled it. Hahaha. The story is actually very interesting and a bit taboo. You should try to read it.