Rosario+Vampire, Vol. 4, Paperback Book

Rosario+Vampire, Vol. 4 Paperback

Illustrated by Akihisa Ikeda

Part of the ROSARIO & VAMPIRE series

4 out of 5 (4 ratings)

Description

All-around average teenager Tsukune can't get accepted to any high school save one...but on his first day he finds the rest of the student body doesn't appear average in the least.

Best of all, the cutest girl on campus can't wait to fling her arms around his neck!

Wait a sec' - are those her teeth around his neck too...?

Tsukune's going to have one heck of a hickey when he gets home from Monster High!

But does he have a chance in H E double hockey sticks of raising his grades at a school where the turf war isn't between the jocks and the nerds but the vampires and the werewolves?

Question 6: GHOULS. The recommended treatment if you find yourself turning into a ghoul is...a) take a relaxing vacation in the human realm b) feed your last drop of blood to your vampire girlfriend c) beat the living daylights out of your enemies.

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Viz Media, Subs. of Shogakukan Inc
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Manga
  • ISBN: 9781421519081

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Continuing on with the tradition of this series of having the teachers and other authority figures cast in a negative light. At best, we have the homeroom teacher who is either willfully ignorant of what goes on, or willingly putting her students in danger and the bus driver who is plain creepy. Then there is Gin, the editor of the school newspaper, a werewolf and horn-dog who tried to blackmail Tsukune. Then there is the nasty group of student enforcers who bully, abuse and maybe even kill students. Finally, we have the string of downright EVIL teachers and administrators, one being a Medusa, who was freezing students in stone, another was a molester, potential rapist and almost murderer, while the nurse was abusing her "harm none" dictum, by physically manipulating students and teachers into performing unconscionable acts. Maybe the author has issues with authority figures.<br/><br/>On another issue, it was nice to see how the effects and abilities that come with Tsukune drinking Moka's blood. The future promises to be interesting.

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4

Continuing on with the tradition of this series of having the teachers and other authority figures cast in a negative light. At best, we have the homeroom teacher who is either willfully ignorant of what goes on, or willingly putting her students in danger and the bus driver who is plain creepy. Then there is Gin, the editor of the school newspaper, a werewolf and horn-dog who tried to blackmail Tsukune. Then there is the nasty group of student enforcers who bully, abuse and maybe even kill students. Finally, we have the string of downright EVIL teachers and administrators, one being a Medusa, who was freezing students in stone, another was a molester, potential rapist and almost murderer, while the nurse was abusing her "harm none" dictum, by physically manipulating students and teachers into performing unconscionable acts. Maybe the author has issues with authority figures.<br/><br/>On another issue, it was nice to see how the effects and abilities that come with Tsukune drinking Moka's blood. The future promises to be interesting.

Review by
4

Continuing on with the tradition of this series of having the teachers and other authority figures cast in a negative light. At best, we have the homeroom teacher who is either willfully ignorant of what goes on, or willingly putting her students in danger and the bus driver who is plain creepy. Then there is Gin, the editor of the school newspaper, a werewolf and horn-dog who tried to blackmail Tsukune. Then there is the nasty group of student enforcers who bully, abuse and maybe even kill students. Finally, we have the string of downright EVIL teachers and administrators, one being a Medusa, who was freezing students in stone, another was a molester, potential rapist and almost murderer, while the nurse was abusing her "harm none" dictum, by physically manipulating students and teachers into performing unconscionable acts. Maybe the author has issues with authority figures.<br/><br/>On another issue, it was nice to see how the effects and abilities that come with Tsukune drinking Moka's blood. The future promises to be interesting.

Review by
4

Continuing on with the tradition of this series of having the teachers and other authority figures cast in a negative light. At best, we have the homeroom teacher who is either willfully ignorant of what goes on, or willingly putting her students in danger and the bus driver who is plain creepy. Then there is Gin, the editor of the school newspaper, a werewolf and horn-dog who tried to blackmail Tsukune. Then there is the nasty group of student enforcers who bully, abuse and maybe even kill students. Finally, we have the string of downright EVIL teachers and administrators, one being a Medusa, who was freezing students in stone, another was a molester, potential rapist and almost murderer, while the nurse was abusing her "harm none" dictum, by physically manipulating students and teachers into performing unconscionable acts. Maybe the author has issues with authority figures.<br/><br/>On another issue, it was nice to see how the effects and abilities that come with Tsukune drinking Moka's blood. The future promises to be interesting.

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