Seraph of the End, Vampire Reign Manga Review

The manga Seraph of the End, Vampire Reign is a story about vampires that are both terrifying and fascinating. This is one of those stories that will have you on the edge of your seat, wondering what's going to happen next. It starts off with a group of kids who are trying to survive in a world that has been destroyed by vampires who feed on humans. The plot then moves forward many years later and shows how these children grow up into young adults who must face their pasts—and futures—in order to bring an end to this war between humans and vampires once and for all.

What is Seraph of the End, Vampire Reign?

The story is set in a post-apocalypse world where vampires have taken over. The series follows two boys, Yuichiro Hyakuya and Mikaela Hyakuya as they struggle against the vampire king.

Yuichiro and Mikaela are turned into vampires by the vampire king and are forced to join his army of vampires. They learn that there's a way for them to return back to their human form but it requires them to kill the vampire king who turned them into vampires in the first place.

They start their journey with other allies and end up having many adventures along the way. The manga is written by Takaya Kagami and illustrated by Yamato Yamamoto

Manga Review

The manga is good, but the anime is better. If you've watched the anime, you can probably skip this section.

For those who haven't seen either version of Seraph of the End, here's some background information: The story begins with Yuichiro as he and his friends are dragged into a vampire apocalypse by mysterious monsters called "Shifting." When Yuichiro learns that he has become one of these creatures himself, he ends up teaming up with Guren Ichinose—a human turned vampire who looks like an adult version of Yuu from earlier in the story—and several other characters as they fight for survival against both other vampires and humans looking for revenge.

The manga contains much more detail than what was shown in either version of Seraph; however, it doesn't give away too much too soon; there are still many surprises left to uncover once you get through Volume 1 & 2 together!

The artwork is detailed enough so that even though most characters look similar (because they share traits such as dark hair or glasses), each person has their own unique personality traits which help distinguish them from one another visually as well as mentally.

Art and Characters

  • The art is clean, and the characters are well drawn.

  • The characters are written well, and their development is good.

  • The character designs are appropriate for the story and setting.

The characters are also well suited to their roles in the story and setting. The main character is cute and upbeat, but he has a serious side to him as well. The backstories of the other characters are also interesting.

Plot and Themes

The plot of this manga is fairly simple. It's about a war between humans and vampires. The vampires are trying to take over the world, and the humans are fighting back with their own army. The story follows Yuichiro Hyakuya, a young boy who joins his school's army in hopes of protecting his friends and family from being captured by the vampires. He must learn how to handle himself in combat while also coming to terms with what it means for him when he kills someone for the first time in his life—and not just any person: a vampire!

Themes such as friendship, teamwork, love and prejudice play heavily into this manga's plot as well as its themes (which can be found below).

Does It Deserve to Be Adapted Into an Anime?

There are a lot of anime that have been adapted from manga. These include Naruto, Bleach, and Death Note.

Anime is a great way to tell stories because it allows for more detail than what you can get on paper. This is why many manga are drawn as anime instead of being made into live-action movies or TV shows like in America. Anime also has its own style when it comes to drawing: characters have big eyes, small noses, and chubby bodies (think Pikachu). The hair can be crazy too! It’s usually done with lots of colors and very detailed lines so that it looks smooth and beautiful—like any good piece of art should be!

Seraph of the End, Vampire Reign is a very interesting take on vampires.

Seraph of the End, Vampire Reign is a very interesting take on vampires. The story follows Yuuichirou Hyakuya and Mikaela Hyakuya as they try to survive in a world where vampires have taken over and humans are struggling for survival. This manga has great characters that you immediately get invested in and care about, especially Yuuichirou who wants nothing more than to save his sister Mikaela from her curse as she slowly turns into a vampire. The plot is also intriguing as it has many twists and turns throughout the series that keep readers guessing at what will happen next. As far as artwork goes, Seraph of the End has detailed drawings with well-drawn backgrounds that help set up scenes nicely; all in all it's an enjoyable read!

Seraph of the End, Vampire Reign is a very interesting take on vampires. While it’s not perfect, there are definitely some things to enjoy about it. The art, while not unique in its style, is quite good and fits well with the story. The characters are also great as they each have their own personality and quirks which make them stand out from one another even though they all belong to similar groups such as the Shinoa squad or Yūichirō's groupies (Ahem). The plot itself was surprisingly engaging considering how short this manga series is; however, I feel like there could be more added into each volume so we don't get bored quickly by reading through just one chapter at a time! Overall though...I'd recommend giving it a try if you haven't already because it's worth checking out before deciding whether or not this would be worth watching later down the road when an anime adaptation comes out."

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