March Story, Vol. 4
Publication Date: October 16, 2012
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Born of tragedy, damned by desire
Among the quiet villages and towns of 18th century Europe, demons known as the Ill hide within the most beautiful works of art, sparked to life by the torment of their creators. Attracted by their jewel-like allure, the unwary find themselves possessed by the Ill and driven to horrific acts of violence. Only the hunters of the Ciste Vihad can dispel the Ill.
The Ill prey upon human feelings, using them as both a lure and a weapon. March must conceal her feelings for Rodin lest the Ill that lies inside her should awaken and destroy her. When Rodin receives an invitation to a fancy dress ball, March surreptitiously tags along. The gala has also attracted a devilish guest who thirsts for the blood of the young maidens in attendance. March faces her terrifying past once again, and this time all of her friends are in danger!
Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for mature audiences.
Kim Hyung-min was born in Jinju, Korea, on December 29, 1978. In 2002 he entered the manga world, and in 2007 he debuted as an original storywriter with March Story, published in Sunday GX.
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