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by Nozomu Tamaki

eBook Dance in the Vampire Bund, Vol. 14 download ISBN: 1937867269
Author: Nozomu Tamaki
Publisher: Seven Seas; 1 edition (May 7, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 288
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Nozomu Tamaki is the writer/artist of Dance in the Vampire Bund and the artist of Angel Para Bellum.

Nozomu Tamaki is the writer/artist of Dance in the Vampire Bund and the artist of Angel Para Bellum. Series: Dance in the Vampire Bund (Book 14). Paperback: 288 pages. So as a lover of the urban Gothic fantasy book written but Patrica Briggs, Carrie Vaughn, Kelley Armstrong and of late Faith Hunter, I highly recommend the whole Dance in the Vampire Bund series. I eagerly await the part 2 that is hinted at at the end of this volume.

The Vampire Bund has been created at last offering a safe place to all the vampires they just hav Dance in The . This is the 14th and final episode of Dance in the Vampire Bund. The story wraps up and the characters struggles are resolved.

The Vampire Bund has been created at last offering a safe place to all the vampires they just hav Dance in The Vampire Bund is a vampire manga that I happened to catch the short series on Netflix a few years ago. The anime never had an end so I’m hoping to get one by reading the manga. Mina Tepes is the vampire ruler even though she has the body of a 9-year-old girl. The many and varied twists in the story come to a conclusion.

Author: TAMAKI Nozomu. Hakodate Youjin Buraichou Himegami. Dance in the Vampire Bund: The Memories of Sledge Hammer is a two-volume interlude between Dance in the Vampire Bund’s first fourteen volume story arc and the upcoming second part of the series, which will launch in 2014. The Memories of Sledge Hammer delves into the past to look at the doomed love affair of one of the Vampire Bund’s most deadly operatives. Three months have passed since Princess Mina, queen of all vampires, has recaptured the Bund. Dance in the Vampire Bund.

Dance in the Vampire Bund is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Nozomu Tamaki (環望, Tamaki Nozomu)

Dance in the Vampire Bund is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Nozomu Tamaki (環望, Tamaki Nozomu). The manga was serialized in Media Factory's seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Flapper between 2005 and 2012, and is licensed for publication in English by Seven Seas Entertainment.

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Books in this Series.

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While Vampires would be the main civilians residing in the Bund, the Werewolf guards of Mina called the Beowulf also live there fulltime on her safety. Persons of great importance (both politically or through private connection to Mina) are permitted to go to the Bund. The Bund h-AS important ports or no bridges. 81 - Vo. 4 chapter 8101-20-2016. 80 - Vo. 4 chapter 8001-20-2016. 79 - Vo. 4 chapter 7901-20-2016. 78 - Vo. 4 chapter 7801-20-2016. 77 - Vo. 4 chapter 7701-20-2016.

List of Dance in the Vampire Bund volumes. Dance in the Vampire Bund is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Nozomu Tamaki. The series and its spinoffs were serialized in Monthly Comic Flapper before being collected into tankōbon volumes and published by Media Factory. Seven Seas Entertainment published the volumes in the United States.

This district, known as The Bund, is a step towards Mina’s wish for humans and vampires to live with each other’s existences. But human terrorists and extremist vampire factions wish to put a stake in Mina’s plans - and Mina herself. Dance in the Vampire Bund Manga, Vo. Chapter 14: Moving Shadows 0. Vo. Chapter 1: The Covenant Vo. Chapter 2: Choice Vo. Chapter 3: Ruler of the Vampires Vo. Chapter 4: Interview with a Vampire Vo. Chapter 5: On the Night of the Carnival Vo. Chapter 6: Good Night, Sleep Tight Vo. Appendix 1: Dance with the Vampire Maid Vo. Chapter 7: To a New Battlefield.

Author Tamaki Nozomu. retomamos la historia de mina tepes, la princesa de los vampiros, y akira kaburagi regendorf, su fiel guardián, en su búsqueda de la convivencia entre vampiros y humanos.

The final volume in the #1 New York Times bestselling manga series!Mina has finally been freed from captivity, and Akira has awakened to a new, powerful force inside him. Now, the battle to take back the Bund has begun. Mass panic over the vampire pandemic grips Tokyo, and Mina's friends are surrounded by violent mobs. Can Mina reach her friends and subjects in time in order to save them?

Comments: (7)
Sha
I have stated in a number of reviews that Dance in the Vampire Bund is one of my favorite mangas. It has characters that you care about and enough obscure plot threads to keep you re-reading earlier volumes again and again with an, "Oh, so that's what was going on" moment. Anyone who hopes that this "final" volume clears up the various hanging threads will not be satisfied. However, for someone like me, I couldn't be happier that the story will continue in Part II. There are also several side stories that we can enjoy, while waiting for it to begin. This volume starts with a scene where we learn about the promise that Alphonse Borgiani made to Mina Tepes over two centuries ago. The promise helps us to understand Borgiani's seeming betrayal if the real Mina and sets up a final confrontation between him and Akira. We also learn a bit more about why the fake Mina wanted to be Queen of the Bund and which human helped launch the pied piper virus. One of the more interesting aspects of this and the previous volume is how easy it is for humans to turn on one another in the name of riding the world of the vampire scum. While reading the two volumes, I was reminded of an old Twilight Zone episode where a street in a quite suburb experienced a power-outage. At first everyone worked together. However, someone mentioned that they heard on the news that aliens had landed and wondered if the outage was caused by them. Soon, everyone was at each other throats, accusing one another of being collaborators. As the camera pans back at the end of the episode, we hear screams and gunfire. Up on the ridge overlooking the street, we see two aliens. One turns to the other and says something like, "See how easy it is to turn these humans on each other. We should have no trouble conquering this planet." It isn't until the real Mina returns that her Beowulf guards begin to restore order. One of the most moving parts of the volume occurs toward the end when Vera, Mina's longtime trusted aid, cannot forgive herself for not knowing the real from the fake Mina. I won't reveal what happens, but for anyone who has read this series from the beginning, you are left hoping for a happier outcome in Part II. In the end, we are left with many questions answered in this volume, but many more raised and left for the future. I'll give you just one example. At one point Councilor Reiko Gotoh is about to have her grandfather arrested and he cryptically refers to her as a mixed blood, half-breed who does not know the meaning of the word loyalty to one's country. That is all we get and it is one of the many things that I love about this series. Just as you think that you have a handle on the situation, Tamaki throws you a curve and waits several volumes to provide you with enough information to make sense of the comment. If you haven't already done so, get volume 1 and prepare yourself a royally great read.
Kirizan
A story that started out tightly woven and superbly crafted, has gone in any number of direction over the last four volumes of the first series. This, the last book of the FIRST series, leaves most of the threads unresolved which is disappointing. Beyond that, this last volume felt terribly rushed for what it did cover. Characters that had been major players were given short shrift, even to the point of apparently dying of a broken heart in the case of Mina lieutenant Vera. This seminal event happens essentially off scene simply because there is no room, and unfortunately the emotional impact is blunted. After a series of build up, Mina bosom-friend Yumi likewise has her role rushed. I would so much have liked to see these development given the space they deserved.

This said, I still love the story and hope to see the second series translated and published when the author deigns to continue it. Hopefully a break from DitVB will refresh him and allow this story to begin again, reinvigorated. I really hope so. I strongly recommend this series to those who enjoy a creative story of intrigue, but a do so with the caveat that a lot is left to be resolved.
Wiliniett
This has been one of my favorite Manga imports in years. I am glad they had the courage to actually import Dance in the Vampire Bund seeing as one of the main characters is a centuries old female vampire that looks like she is 9 years old and spend a lot of her time in rather skimpy outfits.

If you can get past that, you will enjoy an intriguing take on vampires and werewolves, and the humans that love them. This is no Twilight, It is actually a good take on the subject with several original and interesting takes on the myths.

So as a lover of the urban Gothic fantasy book written but Patrica Briggs, Carrie Vaughn, Kelley Armstrong and of late Faith Hunter, I highly recommend the whole Dance in the Vampire Bund series.

I eagerly await the part 2 that is hinted at at the end of this volume.
Xig
Received this this morning (Pre-ordered in October). Actually had even forgot that I had done so.

Anywho, this volume follows real-Mina's return to power. It is action packed. The story is written very well, with amazing drawings as well. It closes a lot of loopholes, but since this has, apparently?, only been the first arc in this series, it has opened quite a few more.

I give this volume itself a 5/5. If you're a fan of the series, it is a must read. If you're a casual reader who has been poking at this series, it is a must read.

Series as a whole is a must read. Read the first chapter and you will be hooked. You have been warned.

Can't wait for the second arc to start.
Rrinel
What a great series and a great finish! Now at the end it suggest that this is only the end of the 1st arc. I hope this is true and they continue the story! I am hooked on this series and would love to read what Tamaki will throw at us next!

I picked the first book up a couple years ago because it was on sale at a closing book store and it was the best thing I ever did! So I recommend the whole series! 6/5!
monotronik
The best ending to Part 1 arc but left a question why another Akira looking at Mina's Great Grandmother in the Amazon.

I'm waiting for Part 2 of this great vampire/werewolf romance story.

This series is a must for any who like the Dance of the Vampire Bund anime, I give this 5/5 stars.
Soustil
I first started by watching Season 1 on Netflix...been hooked since then. I wish they'd do a Season 2...it would definitely be worth it. It ended with a major cliff hanger, but at least I have the books now! Good buy!!
It makes we wanna go to the next book right away. When is the next one comming out for sale.
It shows the end of a fight and the start of a new one