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Yuki is attacked by another pureblood outside a graveyard for meddling in the ways of the vampire society. Injured, she returns home to Kaname, who shares with her his past memories and the truth behind the Kuran family....

Title : Vampire Knight, Vol. 13
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ISBN : 9781421540818
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Number of Pages : 184 Pages
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Vampire Knight, Vol. 13 Reviews

  • Nandar
    2018-11-27 08:19

    In volume 13 we get to learn more about Kaname. And some stuff was pretty scary, he is more complicated than you can imagine. And Kaname with long hair isn't a pretty sight. There wasn't much on Zero but we do find out that he still loves Yuki. We get to learn about the history for vampires as well, especially the first vampire hunter. Its really interesting.I was Team Kaname and Yuki. But Damn does Zero deserver her more. And he aint going to kill her. He loves her too much to do that.

  • Jamie
    2018-11-19 12:10

    This volume has some of the best back story of the whole series! Did you ever want to learn more about Kaname and his past. This is the volume to do so. Just be sure to have read all previous volumes first. This series can be confusing enough without knowing everything else that has already happened and this volume is no exception.My heart goes out to Kaname on this one. What a sad past he has. Yuki gets to 'experience' it through him in order to better understand him. It is a good thing too. His controlling behaviors as of late have not been doing either of them much good.And there is still Zero. He seems to have lost everything that ever mattered to him but instead of accepting Yuki as she now is he continues pushing her away. So lots of angst in this volume from our three lead characters. This volume was a nice change of pace. Although the depressing tones can be overwhelming at times, it was nice to get my head out of the main plot chaos for part of the book.

  • Alison (AlisonCanRead)
    2018-11-16 08:19

    Volume 13 of Vampire Knight is the most confusing volume to date. I had to read it twice to even begin to understand it. By the end of my second go round, I was quite fond of the story and the characters.We learn a lot more about Kaname in this volume. He shares his memories with Yuki and she essentially lives his past. I am not the rabid Team Kaname fan that I was at the beginning of the series, but I don't hate him either. This volume shows that he is a much more complicated character than I realized. It was nice to see him doing something other than trying to clip Yuki's wings. Plus, he has had a very sad and lonely life.The themes of this volume appear to be loneliness and loss. Because that's what you see with Zero as well as Kaname. Zero visits his brother's grave for the first time. He's despondent over the loss of his brother and is also worried that he will lose every shred of his humanity. Turns out Zero was in the right place at the right time - Yuki and Aido happen to be in the same cemetery and run into a dangerous vampire who attacks Yuki. Zero saves Yuki's life. There are no romantic moments between them, but there are some great passionate drawings showcasing the chemistry between the characters.The only light moments in this volume (and in the series in general) comes from Aido. Even in serious moments, it's hard to take Aido seriously. He's a loyal lapdog for whom things never go quite right. It's nice to have a bit of levity.I'm curious to see where the next volume takes us. While I like the sophistication of the series, I wish Hino could structure it so that it was easier to comprehend.

  • Cindy Mooney
    2018-12-06 16:06

    I'm not even sure what I just read. My eyes are rolling so hard though. I'm sure that ending the incest wasn't really in the plan but she just had so much back lash from fans she decided to cut it out. I hate Kaname. And Yuki. Zero can only take me so far before I put this series down.

  • Decow S velgrit
    2018-12-04 13:10

    Why Zero is so HOT why can;t they add a new amazing character for Zero to fall in love with not that stupid brat, creep, female dog, Yuki!

  • PoisonCupcakes
    2018-11-23 08:09

    Welllll....excuse the following rant...What the hell's wrong with Yuki?! "I'll accept any punisment"?! Is this BDSM or something? I like Kaname, but he and Yuki are in what I'd describe as an unhealthy, abusive relationship. Personally, I wouldn't have just sat (lied) there and taken it! I would've kicked Kaname's 10,000 year old balls up his bloodsucking throat!Yuki's been pissing the hell out of me lately...As for Zero and Kaname, I continually to feel for them equally. I cried for them both in this volume. Hino is an expert on rendering readers nearly incapable of truly disliking either of the two heroes. (Oh, and it was hilarious when Zero had to carry Aido into the hunter's safehouse. I adore Aido, I really do).Loved the shorts at the end. Overall a good volume, but I've read better in this series. Here's hoping vol. 14 picks up the slack. And here's hoping Yuki grows a pair...

  • Sarah Marie
    2018-11-20 08:18

    Vampire Knight by Matsuri HinoVolume 13 in the Vampire Knight series5 starsCross Academy is attended by two groups of students: the Day Class and the Night Class. The catch is the Night Class are vampires. Yuki Cross and Zero Kiryu are the Guardians of the school, protecting the Day Class from the Academy’s dark secret. I hadn’t picked up a manga in a year or over a year I’m not sure, but I decided to go out and buy a couple to review and all that. Mangas only take me a day to read and I flew through this book and its beautiful art. I love the Vampire Knight series. It’s my favorite manga/anime series and I am a huge fan (but not obsessive). The art never fails to make me squeal with joy and they storyline is engrossing and I just don’t want it to end. The characters are always facing some dilemma and I love them all, but my favorite is Kaname and I’m sure he’ll always be my favorite. I can’t wait to read the next volume.

  • Amanda
    2018-12-14 09:24

    Yuki finds out the truth of Kaname while Zero discovers his powers as a vampire.I really enjoyed the backstory of Kaname's family.

  • Rebecca
    2018-11-20 08:03

    I get that a character can't know something until it's told, but the reader was already told most of the story shared in this volume... Made for a very quick read on a very crowded bus.

  • Gigi
    2018-12-01 14:05

    I feel so confused as to what is going on here.

  • Summer
    2018-12-04 15:00

    Very Good

  • Peter Barr
    2018-12-02 14:22

    Vampire Knight, Vol.13 is the continued story of a young vampire named Yuki Cross. In this edition, she goes off to visit a cemetery where events occur and returns home to have an in depth conversation with Kuname Kuran. There's more to the story but it seems to be setting up the future episodes. It is a pretty good read and the artwork is interesting.

  • Michelle (In Libris Veritas)
    2018-12-12 09:21

    Some backstory on Kaname to make the whole weird sibling relationship 'acceptable'.

  • Em Mirra
    2018-12-11 09:18


  • Mercedes
    2018-12-16 11:18

    I thought this was an okay volume in the series compared to all the others.

  • Alex Belinda
    2018-11-21 12:05

    I am loving how complex the series is getting. I didn't expect it at all! The plot twists in this book are unbelievable. I couldn't put the book down

  • Gabriela Paige
    2018-11-19 16:21

    Kaname's past is so very interesting...BUT WHAT IS THIS ALL LEADING TO?!

  • Laura
    2018-11-28 14:09

    I'm enjoying the backstory and explanations and stuff, but still such a weird, confusing story...

  • Claire
    2018-11-20 16:05

    I wish that Yuki would ho back to being that sttong vampire she was when she was first woken. She's the victim again.

  • Shannon
    2018-12-07 14:03

    Finally - some back story!! Though the readers have known Kaname was the progenitor of the Kuran clan, Yuki didn't... And finally she sinks her Frank's into Kaname and is flooded with his memories.

  • Raquel Leite
    2018-11-17 09:10

    Opinião geral : história passa-se no colégio Cross, uma escola especial que divide os alunos em dois grupos: A Day Class (classe do dia) e a Night Class (a classe da noite). O que toda a gente pensa, incluído a day class, é que a única coisa que os difere é que quando a classe da manhã saí para os dormitórios á noite, é altura da classe da noite ir para as aulas.No entanto não é apenas isso. A Night Classe é na verdade uma turma exclusiva a vampiros. Um projecto do presidente Cross que quer que tanto vampiros como humanos se dêem bem, e por isso mesmo desfrutarem da presença comum.Verdade seja dita que as raparigas da Day Class não tem muitos problemas com isso, também proque não sabem que são vampiros, já que depois das aulas vão para os portões da Night Classe só para os verem e gritarem pelos nomes do aluno. Porquê? Porque eles são incrivelmente bonitos. Mas são vampiros.Para estabelecer esta ordem toda o presidente Cross conta com a ajuda dos seus dois filhos adoptivos, Yuuki e Zero. Eles sabem da verdadeira realidade do que se passa na academia, e tentam de tudo para que ambas as classes cumpram as regras, principalmente a da noite.Yuuki é a mais viva dos 2 e é de certa forma a preferida de um vampiro em especifico, Kaname. Isto porque foi ele que a salvou quando ela ia sendo devorada por um vampiro. E o mais estranho de tudo é que essa é a sua primeira memória, ela não tem qualquer uma antes disso. E isso faz com que ela se sinta em divida para com ele, quem sabe para sempre. Já que ele sempre a visitou na academia depois disso.Zero é diferente, é mais reservado e odeia vampiros. Isto porque a sua família foi ataca por um quando ele ainda era pequeno, matando os seus pais e o seu irmão gémeo. Um grande trunfo para os vampiros, já que a sua família faz parte dos Hunters, uma grande equipa especializada na caça de vampiros.A história tem um certo mistério que envolve o Kaname e o que ele realmente quer e sobre a sua ligação a Yuuki, que provoca muito desconforto entre vampiros e humanos. Porque haveria um vampiro da alta sociedade, um pureblood, ter tanto interesse numa humana como a Yuuki? Pois…Vampire_Knight_ch12_05Zero é um mistério também, não se sabe muito bem a relação dele a Yuuki, embora se tenha uma certa percepção, ela não é dita directamente.Rapidamente a história transforma-se num triângulo amoroso e não se sabe bem por quem torcer.O que acontece nos primeiros volumes é uma descoberta do mundo vampírico e humano e como estes estão ligados.Revelando que Kaname tem um acerto prazer em jogos mentais e que faz de tudo para chegar a um final próprio. Ele tem as suas razões para fazer o que faz, mas nem todos os meus explicam o fim. Mas Yuuki não o quer ver como um vampiro mau, aliás ele salvou-a de um vampiro mau, logo ele não é igual a eles.Zero obviamente não concorda. Mas a parte pior vem quando ele já não consegue esconder o que lhe passa nas veias, foram muitos anos a esconder e a lutar. Mas a sua sede vem ao de cima, para admiração de Yuuki que nunca imaginou que algo assim acontecesse a Zero.Este fica então a odeiar-se a ele mesmo. Tendo uma missão agora mais profunda, primeiro matar os vampiros todos e depois matar-se a ele, ou deixar que Yuuki o mate.Tudo isto num tom sério e profundo, mas como é próprio de mangá, tudo tem um lado mais cómico e tal como Matsuri diz numa lateral, ele gosta de escrever piadas, e obviamente elas estão presentes e ainda bem. Acho que faz um grande papel de importância na história.E confesso que inicialmente os desenhos não me chamaram muito a atenção, mas compreendi ser o estilo dela. Algumas parte faziam-me confusão como as mãos maiores que a cara e problemas anatómicos. Mas isso superou-se, e até melhorou bastante. Mas tal como disse é o género dela, logo não mesmo um defeitoSim, vou continuar a devorar os livros e bem terei de ver o anime que já anda ali guardadinho para ver, que entretanto seguiu com uma segunda temporada!

  • Jesica
    2018-11-17 08:21

    Un viaje a los recuerdos de Kaname con Yuuki. es uno de los tomos mas esclarecedores de la saga y me encanta porque nos enteramos de muchas cosas que solo nos habían contado aquí y allí o nosotros sospechábamos.Y quien iba a creer que zero tiene otros trabajos ademas de cazar vampiros... Especial 13.. ;)

  • Louissha Murel
    2018-12-13 11:19

    This volume wrecked me. I can't even . . .

  • Γιώτα Παπαδημακοπούλου
    2018-12-09 10:18

    Το δέκατο τρίτο τεύχος ανταποκρίνεται στις νύχτες 59 έως 63 και είναι ένα από τα πιο εντυπωσιακά και συνάμα, κατατοπιστικά τεύχη της σειράς. Είναι το τεύχος εκείνο που μας επιφυλάσσει μεγάλες εκπλήξεις και αποκαλύψεις που όχι μόνο θα καθορίσουν την πορεία της ιστορίας αλλά και την ίδια την ταυτότητα των χαρακτήρων, ατομικά και συνολικά καθώς μαθαίνουμε συν τις άλλης, από που προέρχονται και με ποιον τρόπο. Ο Zero αποφασίζει να επισκεφτεί τους τάφους των δικών του, έχοντας μια εκ βαθέων συζήτηση με τον Ichiru ο οποίος προσπαθεί να του θυμίσει πως πάντα είναι μαζί του και πως το να είσαι άνθρωπος, ίσως να μην σημαίνει τελικά κάτι εξαιρετικά σπουδαίο. Η Yuki, που έχει αποφασίσει να επισκεφτεί το ίδιο νεκροταφείο για διαφορετικό λόγο, έρχεται αντιμέτωπη με έναν νέο εχθρό, με έναν αντίπαλο που δεν είχε φανταστεί, την κεφαλή της οικογένειας των Καθαρόαιμων Toma, ο οποίος δεν φαίνεται καθόλου ευχαριστημένος από την ύπαρξή της και φτάνει στο σημείο να την τραυματίσει όμως ο Zero εμφανίζεται και τον αναγκάζει να εξαφανιστεί υπό την απειλή του όπλου του. Στο μεταξύ, ο Kaname εξακολουθεί να έρχεται σε σύγκρουση με το φάντασμα του Rido, ο οποίος τον προκαλεί για την ελευθερία που επιτρέπει η Yuki να έχει, από το να την "δέσει" μαζί του, πράγμα που στα δικά του μάτια, είναι αδυναμία. Ο Kaname δίνει ένα τέλος στην απελπιστική αυτή κουβέντα και συνειδητοποιώντας τι έχει συμβεί στη Yuki, όπως είναι αναμενόμενο, γίνεται έξαλλος και φροντίζει να διευθετήσει το θέμα μόνος τους. Ο Zero μεταφέρει την λιπόθυμη Yuki στο κέντρο των Κυνηγών και μετά από ένα παρ' ολίγον δάγκωμα από μεριά της, εγκαταλείπει τον χώρο ζητώντας από τον Kaname να την πάει πίσω στο σπίτι. Συνέρχεται στο κρεβάτι της και από 'κει και μετά, δεν μπορούμε να πάρουμε ανάσα. Ο Kaname φροντίζει να πάρει από εκείνην όσο αίμα χρειάζεται για να την αποδυναμώσει τελείως και της αποκαλύπτει πως δεν είναι αδερφός της. Την μεταφέρει στο μαυσωλείο όπου βρισκόταν για τόσα χρόνια το πραγματικό του σώμα και δίνοντάς της το αίμα του, την προκαλεί να ανακαλύψει ποιος πραγματικά είναι, το παρελθόν που φτάνει στις απαρχές του νέου κόσμου μετά την κλιματολογική αλλαγή που άλλαξε το μέλλον της ανθρωπότητας. Πως η γυναίκα που εμπιστεύτηκε και ένιωσε δυνατά συναισθήματα για εκείνην, τον άφησε μόνο δίνοντας τη ζωή και το αίμα της στους ανθρώπους, γεννώντας του Κυνηγούς και τα όπλα τους. Πως έγινε μέλος της δικιάς της οικογένειας, στερώντας άθελά του τη ζωή του πραγματικού αδερφού της και όλα αυτά, επειδή ο Rido ήθελε να εξουσιάσει τον πρόγονο των βρικολάκων, εκείνον που έζησε χιλιάδες χρόνια μέσα στη μοναξιά μιας αθάνατης ζωής και που όταν επέλεξε να γίνει στάχτες, δεν μπορούσε να το πετύχει, ξυπνώντας τελικά με μια δίψα δύο χιλιάδων χρόνων που έπρεπε να ελέγξει, σε ένα σώμα που δεν είχε αναγεννηθεί πλήρως, επιλέγοντας να αναγεννηθεί ως βρέφος, παραδίδοντας τη ζωή του στα χέρια των Kuran που τελικά, τον πήραν κοντά τους και τον μεγάλωσαν σαν δικό τους παιδί. Αν όχι αποκαλυπτικό, με δράση, ένταση και συναισθήματα στο κόκκινο, δεν ξέρω τι άλλο θα μπορούσε να είναι ένα τεύχος σαν κι αυτό. Ένα extension της 59ης νύχτας από την αντίδραση του Zero στην οσμή του αίματος της Yuki στο νεκροταφείο βρίσκεται στο τέλος του τεύχος, καθώς κι ένα δικό του side story σχετικά με την φήμη του ως Κυνηγός και πως χαλάει την πιάτσα τους. Σατιρούλα δεν θα μπορούσε να απουσιάζει και σχετίζεται με την εμφάνιση του Kaname ως λύκου και την πρόθεση της Yuki που γίνεται πράξη, να του φορέσει κολάρο.

  • Poppy Moore
    2018-12-14 12:02


  • Rummanah (Books in the Spotlight)
    2018-11-22 16:17

    The thirteenth volume of Vampire Knight is dark, moody, and surprisingly philosophical. As this volume opens, Yuki and Aido are caught in a bind. While Yuki continues her mission, she is attacked by a pureblood vampire. In Hino's world a pureblood vampire does not have any human blood in them, they are extremely powerful and have the ability to turn humans into vampires. Zero, who is visiting a nearby cemetery senses that Yuki is trouble. Aido, who trusts Zero's common decency and his feelings about Yuki, allows Yuki to be taken to Hunter headquarters for aid in spite of his personal discomfort. The romantic tension between Zero and Yuki is palpable and leaps off the page as these characters silently make eye contact.Miserable and realizing that she's overreached herself, Yuki requests Kaname's help and is whisked back home. The volume finally picks up speed as Kaname opens his memories to Yuki. The revelations, much of what the reader already knows from small tidbits leading up to this volume, are finally clarified. I enjoyed learning more about Kaname, especially as to how he lived his life before he became a powerful vampire leader. We are also shown how and why the vampire hunters originated, which was very cool. For Yuki, all of these new revelations once again turns everything she thought she knew on it's head. I'm curious as to how her relationship with Kaname will change after finding out this new information.Unlike Yuki, Aido isn't very lucky in his escape. He is hold against his will by Zero. Aido is actually a decent guy who has a cocky exterior. He seems to respect Zero and actually warned him about the possible presence of Shizuka at Cross Academy instead of coveting the information. Aido clearly sees that Zero still cares for Yuki and even tries to get Zero to start a dialogue with Yuki again. What scares me is that Zero knows that Aido has done nothing wrong but he also knows that the society now has a young but relatively high ranking vampire in confinement who can be tortured for information. Will we see Zero finally crossing the line towards evil? Will he become the monster that he sees in Kaname? I'm worried about him and I really hope not.Though Yuki may be resetting her life and relationships once again, I'm more concerned with the dark turn the male characters have gone. I also wonder why Kaname has finally opened up to Yuki. From previous volumes, we know that he doesn't do something without a plan in place. What that plan will be is what I'm highly anticipating in discovering in the future volumes.

  • Ash
    2018-11-27 10:06

    *I gave this series 4 stars and this review will be on every volume, for my own organizational purposes.* Vampire Knight is a 19 volume, 93 chapter manga series. That's about five or six chapters- titled "nights", if I'm not mistaken, this entire series is consecutive, it's not hopping around from one month to the next- per volume. While it is a lot to read, it's actually a quick one. I didn't realize how little it took me to read all of this until I finished. Generally, I'd say Vampire Knight is well-loved, I've never seen anyone actually hate it. It's usually just a "love it" or "I liked it" kinda series. The concept- a school with vampires- is very unoriginal, but the execution is different, and that's comparing it to the fuckton of vampire related novels (graphic or otherwise) that I've read. The execution is really planned out and the art is fantastic- yes, even the "chibi" art, or the comedy art placed between chapters or at the end of the novels- on top of that. There are some extremely interesting concepts thrown in that I really admire.Plotwise, this has a very slow build-up with the occasional chapter dedicated to some more minor things, mostly for character development and some humor. This series involves a handful of arcs- one of my favorites being the Shizuka arc, holy shit was that intense- but all of them are plot driven. They are wonderfully planned out and have so many plot-twists, that I didn't expect them. There was even one or two in the first volume of this series, though they weren't as surprising, there was still some suspense. As far as characters go, there are a ton of them and most of them are pretty memorable. Even the smallest member of the Night Class- which is the name for the vampires in the Academy- has a role. Whether that's to be a body guard, a servant, even an executioner, you name it. Kaname, Yuki, and Zero are the most present, and the main characters. Some shit happens between those three that I didn't expect whatsoever, but I kept rolling with it. I actually like this series, and while I don't plan on reading it anytime soon, I would recommend it to anyone wanting something a bit different than the usual vampire scene.

  • Lesedelfin
    2018-11-30 13:11

    Vampire Knight geht in die 13. Runde und nachdem mir in Band 12 Yuki's Weg zurück zur angriffslustigen und starken jungen Frau wieder gut gefallen hat, war ich gespannt ob Kaname sie soweit frei gibt, dass es auch dabei bleibt. Nachdem Yuki ihre Erinnerungen an ihr altes Leben nämlich wieder zurück bekommen hat, war es schon irgendwie ein Schock, dass sie sich so zur Prinzessin umformen ließ.Doch die Geschichte startet noch emotionaler. Zero soll sich dem Vampir in sich stellen, allerdings sagt man ihm auch, dass er immer noch ein Teil Mensch in sich hat und das dieser Teil um seinen Zwillingsbruder trauern muss. Die Szenen auf dem Friedhof und Zero's Gedanken waren für mich als Zero-Fan wirklich toll. Und noch toller fand ich es, als er Yuki wieder gegenüber stand und wie er sich versucht um sie zu kümmern. Doch für Yuki ist das alles zuviel und der Fortschritt, der sich angestaut hat, scheint kurz davor wieder zu verpuffen.Und auch Kaname's Geheimnis- und Erinnerungskiste öffnet sich wieder. So langsam frage ich mich schon, wann das ein Ende hat und wann man wirklich alles weiß.Matsuri Hino bringt in jedem neuen Manga etwas raus, was sich anfühlt, als würde man die Tür vor der Nase zugeschlagen bekommen. Ich bin fasziniert und verärgert gleichermaßen. Das positive: Die Charaktere sind im ständigen Wandel und müssen sich den neuen Gegebenheiten anpassen. Das ist definitiv spannend! Blöd ist nur, dass die Handlung selbst wenig Zeit bekommt um auf den Leser einzuwirken. Es wird einem Zack-Zack um die Ohren gehauen und dann sitzt man da.Zu manchen Szenen hätte ich mir ausführlichere Dialoge gewünscht.Hino zeichnet sich auch mit diesem Band wieder in mein Herz und besonders Hanabusa gefiel mir auf seine Art. Bisher hatte ich ein wenig Probleme mit den Nebencharakteren, aber Hanabusa sagt Dinge, die noch eine Erklärung verlangen müssen und wo sich bestimmt noch Handlungen ergeben.Die Weichheit dieses Mangas, die ganzen Gefühle, die Hino vermittelt und die wenigen Worte, die es braucht, machen diese Reihe einfach zu etwas besonderem.

  • Naomi
    2018-12-02 08:12

    I will say some parts were just confusing in this volume of Vampire Knight and I don't know whether it was because of translation problems or if it was done that way on purpose to keep the reader from guessing what's going to happen next. But for the most part, I loved this novel. Yuki and Zero get to interact, which of course, makes this novel all the more interesting. We also get to see more of our little wolf. Man, I love the wolf. I can say much without spoiling the book or previous books, I mean this is volume 13!(view spoiler)[ My favorite quote was by Aido, which is now one of my favorite characters: "If I were you, I'd keep at it no matter how many times it took to steal her away." He's, of course, talking to Zero about Yuki. I'm sorry, but I still find it awkward the Yuki is not yet with Zero, I mean Kaname is her brother for crying out loud. Well, in this novel we find out he's not actually her brother, but before that? Why are you with someone who you think is your brother?(Also, I know Zero has said it wanted to kill Yuki in the past, but he obviously would never do it even if he had the chance. At least the way he acts sometimes in the book makes me believe this.)Spoilers for the Mortal Instruments: This storyline worked much better with the first trilogy of the Mortal Instruments only because we were already invested in Jace and Clary before we find out. But I wasn't at all invested in Kaname and Yuki when I found out about them. Also, it was pretty obvious Jace and Clary weren't siblings, while I really believed Kaname and Yuki were siblings, which I think makes all the difference.Anywho, I enjoyed this novel mainly for the Yuki X Zero parts, and the few parts with the wolf. Yeah, technically the wolf is Kaname, but I have this absolute love for all wolves and it's not really like the wolf acts a whole lot like Kaname. Also, the storyline is starting to finally pick up again, and I'm in love with Matsuri's art as always.(hide spoiler)]

  • Moonflower
    2018-11-19 16:00

    This volume was definitely one of the more interesting ones that has come out since the Rido arc.Just to clear up any misunderstandings, you should all know that Kaname is NOT Yuki's brother, he's her great-great-great-great...erm, the first of the Kuran family. (So, in a sense, a weird relationship has become even weirder.)I don't really understand what's going on with Yuki, exactly. After she was revealed to be a pureblood, I don't know, I kind of expected that she would be less helpless, gain cool powers and fighting skills, maybe become more perceptive or clever...Instead, she's kind of just frustrated with herself for NOT being any of those things. I love Aido as a character. He's fantastic. Zero, however, never fails to irritate me. Yes, we know that he's a great person, and that he loves Yuki and cares for everyone, but...why can't he just act like a nice person for once?? All he does is glare at people. The only ones who really know that he's not just an arrogant, murder-happy lunatic are the mind readers and the actual readers. Zero, why...?And Kaname's insane possessive thing for Yuki is explained as well, but he really doesn't treat her as well as he should. I was cringing when I realized that he drank her blood after she was injured--I don't think that Yuki OR Zero would ever do that.The art is beautiful as usual, and I still love Yuki's long hair. I think that Kaito is just a completely unnecessary character, but anything for Zero, I suppose...