Seraph of the End manga

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Seraph of the End Manga (Owari no Seraph)

Seraph of the End Manga (Owari no Seraph)
9.25

Story

9/10

    Art

    8/10

      Character

      10/10

        Enjoyment

        10/10

          Recommendation

          Seraph of the End Manga (Japanese: 終わりのセラフ Hepburn: Owari no Serafu?) (also known as Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign) is a Japanese dark fantasy manga series written by Takaya Kagami and illustrated by Yamato Yamamoto with storyboards by Daisuke Furuya. It truly is released by Shueisha on Jump SQ and in English by Viz Media on Weekly Shonen Jump. The show is set in a world where a virus has ravaged the world-wide populace and leaving only kids under the age of thirteen unaffected; in its wake, vampires and other strange creatures appear from beneath the earth. A young man, Yuichiro “Yu” Hyakuya, sets out to kill the vampires after one kills nearly all the members from his orphanage.

          Seraph of the End manga
          Seraph of the End Manga

          In 2012 , a fatal virus appeared and pretty much wiped out all of mankind except for one group of people: children under 13. With mankind virtually ruined, vampires appeared and took over things, compelling all of the kids underground where they make them their food supply. Two of these kids are 11 year olds Yuichiro Hyakuya, a stupid hothead with dreams of defeating the vampires, and Mikaela, a much more level-headed youngster who thinks about survival and trying to remain low.

          One day, Mikaela presents Yuichiro and the remaining children from their old orphanage a map he swiped from a mansion of one of the higher course vampires. The map reveals them an exit out of the underground realm and during the midst of the night, they make their getaway. Nevertheless, a dark and terrible twist hits them on the way out and just Yuichiro can escape. Once he makes it to the surface, he discovers that mankind hadn’t been completely wiped out and nearly everything he knew was a lie. He is then met by Guren Ichinose of the Japanese Imperial Devil Army, who offers him an opportunity to join them and exterminate the vampires once and for all.

          One comment

          1. Story

            9

            Art

            8

            Character

            10

            Enjoyment

            10

            Seraph of the End manga has kept me on my toes and interested enough to look forward to its once-a-month release.

            Story: 9/10
            Only, it’s something new. It is something different. The pacing is fast enough to keep me involved and suitable for its spaced releases, but also slow enough that I need to dig in and theorize (big bonus!). I’ll talk more about why I like the narrative in the Character section.

            Art: 8/10
            This is pretty self-explanatory. The art is consistent and I have no problem deciphering who’s who. The mangaka is very experienced with action, humor, emotion, and anything in between. I would have given it a higher score, but there are some pages where the format is confusing; yet, I’m sure this problem is fixed when read on genuine paper instead of online.

            Character: 10/10
            I have seen a lot of people whining about that characters, but I can’t concur. The chief characters, Yuu and Mika, are entertaining and nearly terrible. Yuu is first introduced as a common “I must kill them all” character, but he gets lots of development and depth as the storyline advances. Mika stays an extremely mysterious character, despite being one of the protagonists.
            What sets this manga apart is its excellent cast of minor characters, who all have their own brilliant defects, and must grow through the primary character. One of my favorite feelings while reading or watching a narrative is a sense of inner-conflict. There are no right good or bad guys in this narrative, because every character is warranted in their activities.

            Enjoyment: 10/10
            I look forward to the new chapter every month. I’ve even teared up at particular stages in the story. I can not wait to read more.

            Overall: 9/10
            An intriguing storyline and complex characters.

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