Read Beet the Vandel Buster, Vol. 1 by Riku Sanjo Koji Inada Naomi Kokubo Online


- An ongoing manga series in Japan -- 6 volumes to date.- From the team that created Dragon Quest: The Great Adventures of Dai.- Video game for PS2 and Game Boy Advance released in Japan in 2004....

Title : Beet the Vandel Buster, Vol. 1
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ISBN : 9781591166900
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 200 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Beet the Vandel Buster, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Pat McGlynn
    2018-10-15 06:36

    In a world downtrodden by the constant attacks by monsters, Vandal Busters give the people hope. They are the few with the power to fight the overwhelming amount of creatures who have made their own game of wiping out humanity for fun, profit, fame, or various other motivations. With the power of their holy weapons (Saiga), they fight for the future of mankind and the hope that one day the world can be at peace again.If you are a fan of J-RPGs, especially Dragon Quest, you really owe it to yourself to pick this up. There are pot shots at grinding, the standard fare of going to a new town, buying new gear, and having to solve that town's new problems. The monsters have a very DQ feel to them, mostly because the team behind this series worked on the DQ manga as well. The villians are what makes this series worth reading. No two vandals are alike, and each "boss monster" has his or her own style, rules, powers, and reasons for doing what they do. So, if you can remember when Square and Enix were different companies, bought a Playstation for Final Fantasy 7, or even got your copy of Dragon Warrior from Nintendo Power, you should check out a few volumes of Beet.

  • Steph C
    2018-09-26 08:57

    A solid shonen fantasy/action manga--very by-the-numbers, but they're good numbers. Set in an RPG-like world, the story cleverly justifies game-world tropes like levelling up and getting money for monster slaying within the series; interestingly, the boss monsters are "playing" too, through their experience is something more akin to Ogre Battle or Civilization as they purchase and marshall their minion hordes. The Vandels are varied and fascinating villains with diverse quirks, motivations, and strategies; Grineed, a conflicted Vandel who desperately wants to be a suave, cool-headed villain but is prone to fits of rage, is an especially interesting antagonist. Sadly, this series was abandoned mid-story and will likely never be continued; be prepared for frustration if you pick it up. The skilled plot setup and detailed world-building of the first dozen volumes only make the permanently unfinished story more painful.

  • TeenFiction Teton County Library
    2018-10-01 09:01

    YA GRAPHIC NOVEL SANJO RBeet wants to be a Vandal Buster and end the war of monsters preying on mankind. But he is just an overzealous kid that no one takes seriously. When a group of legendary busters die protecting him, Beet is given a gift that will set him apart. Years later he returns from his training to save his friends. But he still is not content to live in the world as it is. He is just naïve enough to believe he can change everything. And with the right kind of luck…maybe he can.A fun quick read that will appeal to readers of manga…and others who like quick pictorial adventures. Beet’s ultimate hope and confidence speak of one who hasn’t let the troubles or realities of life stop him from dreaming. Looking forward to reading beyond book one in the future.

  • Ubalstecha
    2018-10-06 14:03

    A young boy (Beet) wants to fight monsters, but is inadvertently responsible for the death of a group of monster fighters. They pass their life force (and weapons) on to Beet, who then takes up their mantle. This manga manages, while yet another "fantasy monster fighting" manga, manages to be cute and quirky enough to tweak your interest.

  • Freda
    2018-10-01 11:50

    I hate animie, I loved reading this series in the 8th grade though. It was adventurous and the illustration was cool and imaginative just like the story line. Would I suggest it for anyone over the age of 20? No.

  •  私はロクサス*Roxas-Kun* スミス
    2018-10-13 09:35

    I like this book so far... it is a very interesting storyline. Beet is about 13 years old now and after 3 years he is back to the village where he has seen his older brother mutilated by a Vandel. His brother was a vandel buster so now he has become one. He is very strong for his age and level.

  • Sam G.
    2018-09-28 07:46

    This book is a great book set in the distant future, when creatures known as vandels have the power to wipeout whole countries, and the only people who can protect the people of the future are the vandel busters. It is a great book when it comes to plot and an amazing start to an incredible series.

  • David Liu
    2018-10-19 07:42

    lots of action

  • Cj
    2018-10-17 09:57

    Best book ever

  • Collin
    2018-10-05 06:34

    Good book!

  • Lord
    2018-10-15 07:35

    Just an average shonen jump faito manga. Nothing outstanding like Naruto here. Moving on.

  • Dawson deibler
    2018-09-23 13:52

    the beet sereis is one of the best comic books that i have read

  • Nazish Ahmed (Nazish Reads)
    2018-09-24 06:57

    As always, I will write the review later, first on my blog (, and then on here.