You haven't read those high school vampire stories too many times, right?
Meet Rai. He's your average, tea-sipping, refined and handsome foreign student. But, well, he might also be a badass vampire who's been sleeping for the past 800-something years and only now decided to wake up.
To attend a Korean high school.
Meet Frankenkieselstein, Rai's obedient, loyal servant and Goldilocks incarnate, pretending to be the principal of said Korean school. And of course he lets his master attend classes if that's what his highness wishes.
A powerful supernatural being. Studying Maths.
Well, maybe it doesn't sound that awesome right now, but just wait until they set out to fight the hard-to-use electronic devices the organisation of evildoers.
And here ends the plot, being replaced by shallow fights, shallow talking and just everything else. It's kind of sad. For the first few chapters, it was okay. But then it started repeating itself.
I don't see the point to it anymore, to be frank.
There are many diehard fans out there, and maybe I'm just unable to comprehend this, but I don't really like the direction it took and how it turned out to be.
The art becomes more and more rushed and I kind of lost interest in it by now.
It's actually kind of sad.
But oh well.
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