Rosario+vampire

Season II, Volume 12

By Akihisa Ikeda; Akihisa Ikeda (Illustrator)
(Viz Media, Paperback, 9781421557021, 212pp.)

Publication Date: October 1, 2013

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Description
An action-packed romantic comedy chock-full of monsters such as vampires, werewolves, witches, and cute girls in bikinis that fosters inter-species tolerance
Average human teenager Tsukune accidentally enrolls at a boarding school for monsters--no, not jocks and popular kids, but bona fide werewolves, witches and unnameables out of his wildest nightmares On the plus side, all the girls have a monster crush on him. On the negative side, all the boys are so jealous they want to kill him And so do the girls he spurns, because he only has eyes for one of them--the far-from-average vampire Moka. On the plus side, Moka only has glowing red eyes for Tsukune. On the O-negative side, she also has a burning, unquenchable thirst for his blood...
Test 12
When faced with the choice of letting your friends get eaten by a monster or turning into a monster yourself...
a. pass the ketchup
b. embrace your inner ghoul
c. offer yourself as the appetizer
Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for teen plus audiences.



About the Author
Akihisa Ikeda was born in 1976 in Miyazaki. He debuted as a mangaka with the four-volume magical warrior fantasy series Kiruto in 2002, which was serialized in Monthly Shonen Jump. Rosario+Vampire debuted in Monthly Shonen Jump in March of 2004 and is continuing in the new magazine Jump Square (Jump SQ) as Rosario+Vampire, Season II. In Japan, Rosario+Vampire is also available as a drama CD. In 2008, the story was first released as an anime. Season II is also available as an anime now. And in Japan, there is a Nintendo DS game based on the series.

Akihisa Ikeda was born in 1976 in Miyazaki. He debuted as a mangaka with the four-volume magical warrior fantasy series Kiruto in 2002, which was serialized in Monthly Shonen Jump. Rosario+Vampire debuted in Monthly Shonen Jump in March of 2004 and is continuing in the new magazine Jump Square (Jump SQ) as Rosario+Vampire, Season II. In Japan, Rosario+Vampire is also available as a drama CD. In 2008, the story was first released as an anime. Season II is also available as an anime now. And in Japan, there is a Nintendo DS game based on the series.
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