Millennium Academy is a school where elite vampires are trained to maintain balance in a world where humans and vampires, who possess far greater physical strength than their human counterparts, coexist. And commuting to this school is Aldred, the most distinctly un-vampire-like vampire to be found in the entire institution. But when Al encounters Kei, a human transfer student to the school, their destinies become intertwined, and the fate of their world as they know it comes to lie in their hands!
Source: Yen Press
Story: It was a very interesting concept but the series felt to scattered. It went from cute to serious and battles abruptly without smooth transitions. I wished the ideas were more fleshed out as well because you end the series feeling perplexed. The ending is way too broad and feels abrupt. However, it was entertaining and is an easy read. Art: I do like art and the character designs. Just about everyone is eye candy and the backgrounds are nice. The action scenes do leave something to be desired however. It is nice that the mangaka has a distinct style though. Characters: There was an attempt for development but it felt sudden. It just tried too many things without fleshing them out throughly. It might have something to do with the length since this is a short series. Overall: It was a fun read but I really wished there was more to it. It went by quickly but I felt disappointed at the end. However, it was pretty to look at and the overall idea was interesting. Sadly, it just lacks in so many areas.
Perfect Score! I loved this manga, I hated how short it was though. I'm not going to say anything else because then there would be spoilers. What I am going to say though is I RECCOMEND THIS! Vampire lovers, Tragedy Lovers, and people like that, you will LOVE this.
This may be a pretty stereotypical shounen series that definitely tries to cram a bit too much story in only 1 volume, but I seriously loved it nonetheless. Despite it being so short, the story felt well established and interesting. While not everything was fully explained, enough of the story was that you could easily follow the story. I also felt it had some fairly unusual elements to it, mixed in with some conventional ones, which made it feel very familiar while also being a little different. The characters were absolutely brilliant. Sure, they tried to put a few too many in, so some ended up being pretty generic, but the main two had some actual character development (pretty good for such a short series) and were both very likeable in completely different ways. One, the outgoing, confident type, the other reserved and quiet. If you're a fan of shounen, you'll definitely like this series. Stereotypical or not, it's still very enjoyable.
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