ヴァニタスの手記 2 [Vanitas no Carte 2] (The Case Study of Vanitas #2)

ヴァニタスの手記 2 [Vanitas no Carte 2] (The Case Study of Vanitas #2)

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Title:ヴァニタスの手記 2 [Vanitas no Carte 2] (The Case Study of Vanitas #2)
Author:Jun Mochizuki
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:ヴァニタスの手記 2
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Edition Language:Japanese
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:239 pages pages

ヴァニタスの手記 2 [Vanitas no Carte 2] (The Case Study of Vanitas #2) Reviews

  • Nic
    Sep 11, 2017

    I am hooked ...

    I can tell this is going to be a new favorite series. The character development and feels are already strong, and this is the first volume I've ever read. The artwork is amazing (of course...this is Jun Mochizuki we're talking about here). The world-building is SO cool. Victorian-era, ...

    This volume brought along plenty of character development, or rather: character "revealment"(it's not a word; I know). More of No's past was disclosed, and his childhood friend Domi came in. I'm not sure how to feel about Domi. I don't think I like her, but the fact that she had a li...

    This volume has a lot going on. It finishes the arc from the first volume and then we learn a little bit about Noe's powers which are pretty cool. Then we meet Dominique, a member of an important vampire clan, the De Sade's (yes I assume that her name is a play on who the real de Sade ...

    WOW. I'm hooked. A solid 4 stars. Honestly, the detail in the artwork sometimes blows my mind. The character designs give the story a very whimsical and magical feel to it, very true to the nature of the story. The pacing of the story picks up in this volume and we see the backg...

    This vol was full of character development. Well, mostly for Noah but we also discover things about Vanitas that we didn't know before. The focus of this volume seems to be 'Motivation', as in what motivates our characters to do what their are doing? For Vanitas we discovered that i...

    Hmm, conflicted. Early in the volume, I was absolutely in love with the wackiness, but then things got really serious and sad. No's backstory is tragic like WHOAH. And Vanitas is maybe almost too much of a weirdo for me? I dunno. I'll probably still read the next volume, though. ...

  • Cornerofmadness
    Oct 02, 2017

    I am hooked ...

    I can tell this is going to be a new favorite series. The character development and feels are already strong, and this is the first volume I've ever read. The artwork is amazing (of course...this is Jun Mochizuki we're talking about here). The world-building is SO cool. Victorian-era, ...

    This volume brought along plenty of character development, or rather: character "revealment"(it's not a word; I know). More of No's past was disclosed, and his childhood friend Domi came in. I'm not sure how to feel about Domi. I don't think I like her, but the fact that she had a li...

    This volume has a lot going on. It finishes the arc from the first volume and then we learn a little bit about Noe's powers which are pretty cool. Then we meet Dominique, a member of an important vampire clan, the De Sade's (yes I assume that her name is a play on who the real de Sade ...

  • Nerys Medina
    Jul 07, 2017

    I am hooked ...

    I can tell this is going to be a new favorite series. The character development and feels are already strong, and this is the first volume I've ever read. The artwork is amazing (of course...this is Jun Mochizuki we're talking about here). The world-building is SO cool. Victorian-era, ...

    This volume brought along plenty of character development, or rather: character "revealment"(it's not a word; I know). More of No's past was disclosed, and his childhood friend Domi came in. I'm not sure how to feel about Domi. I don't think I like her, but the fact that she had a li...

    This volume has a lot going on. It finishes the arc from the first volume and then we learn a little bit about Noe's powers which are pretty cool. Then we meet Dominique, a member of an important vampire clan, the De Sade's (yes I assume that her name is a play on who the real de Sade ...

    WOW. I'm hooked. A solid 4 stars. Honestly, the detail in the artwork sometimes blows my mind. The character designs give the story a very whimsical and magical feel to it, very true to the nature of the story. The pacing of the story picks up in this volume and we see the backg...

    This vol was full of character development. Well, mostly for Noah but we also discover things about Vanitas that we didn't know before. The focus of this volume seems to be 'Motivation', as in what motivates our characters to do what their are doing? For Vanitas we discovered that i...

  • Michael Schmid
    Oct 31, 2017

    I am hooked ...

    I can tell this is going to be a new favorite series. The character development and feels are already strong, and this is the first volume I've ever read. The artwork is amazing (of course...this is Jun Mochizuki we're talking about here). The world-building is SO cool. Victorian-era, ...

    This volume brought along plenty of character development, or rather: character "revealment"(it's not a word; I know). More of No's past was disclosed, and his childhood friend Domi came in. I'm not sure how to feel about Domi. I don't think I like her, but the fact that she had a li...

    This volume has a lot going on. It finishes the arc from the first volume and then we learn a little bit about Noe's powers which are pretty cool. Then we meet Dominique, a member of an important vampire clan, the De Sade's (yes I assume that her name is a play on who the real de Sade ...

    WOW. I'm hooked. A solid 4 stars. Honestly, the detail in the artwork sometimes blows my mind. The character designs give the story a very whimsical and magical feel to it, very true to the nature of the story. The pacing of the story picks up in this volume and we see the backg...

    This vol was full of character development. Well, mostly for Noah but we also discover things about Vanitas that we didn't know before. The focus of this volume seems to be 'Motivation', as in what motivates our characters to do what their are doing? For Vanitas we discovered that i...

    Hmm, conflicted. Early in the volume, I was absolutely in love with the wackiness, but then things got really serious and sad. No's backstory is tragic like WHOAH. And Vanitas is maybe almost too much of a weirdo for me? I dunno. I'll probably still read the next volume, though. ...

    I thought the first one was mostly light hearted and filled with jokes. While this one started out that way, it turned dark really really fast. There's lots of blood, graphic deaths, and a ton of feels. You want something that'll pull at your heartstrings? This is it. ...

    Warum zum Teufel hab ich nur sooooooo lange gewartet, bis ich diese Reihe weiter gelesen habe?! Die ist einfach so unfassbar gut und ich liebe einfach die Werke von Jun Mochizuki. Ich muss mir jez echt schnell den dritten Band bestellen xD ...

  • Jessica
    Aug 01, 2017

    I am hooked ...

    I can tell this is going to be a new favorite series. The character development and feels are already strong, and this is the first volume I've ever read. The artwork is amazing (of course...this is Jun Mochizuki we're talking about here). The world-building is SO cool. Victorian-era, ...

    This volume brought along plenty of character development, or rather: character "revealment"(it's not a word; I know). More of No's past was disclosed, and his childhood friend Domi came in. I'm not sure how to feel about Domi. I don't think I like her, but the fact that she had a li...

    This volume has a lot going on. It finishes the arc from the first volume and then we learn a little bit about Noe's powers which are pretty cool. Then we meet Dominique, a member of an important vampire clan, the De Sade's (yes I assume that her name is a play on who the real de Sade ...

    WOW. I'm hooked. A solid 4 stars. Honestly, the detail in the artwork sometimes blows my mind. The character designs give the story a very whimsical and magical feel to it, very true to the nature of the story. The pacing of the story picks up in this volume and we see the backg...

  • L.
    Nov 03, 2017

    I am hooked ...

    I can tell this is going to be a new favorite series. The character development and feels are already strong, and this is the first volume I've ever read. The artwork is amazing (of course...this is Jun Mochizuki we're talking about here). The world-building is SO cool. Victorian-era, ...

    This volume brought along plenty of character development, or rather: character "revealment"(it's not a word; I know). More of No's past was disclosed, and his childhood friend Domi came in. I'm not sure how to feel about Domi. I don't think I like her, but the fact that she had a li...

    This volume has a lot going on. It finishes the arc from the first volume and then we learn a little bit about Noe's powers which are pretty cool. Then we meet Dominique, a member of an important vampire clan, the De Sade's (yes I assume that her name is a play on who the real de Sade ...

    WOW. I'm hooked. A solid 4 stars. Honestly, the detail in the artwork sometimes blows my mind. The character designs give the story a very whimsical and magical feel to it, very true to the nature of the story. The pacing of the story picks up in this volume and we see the backg...

    This vol was full of character development. Well, mostly for Noah but we also discover things about Vanitas that we didn't know before. The focus of this volume seems to be 'Motivation', as in what motivates our characters to do what their are doing? For Vanitas we discovered that i...

    Hmm, conflicted. Early in the volume, I was absolutely in love with the wackiness, but then things got really serious and sad. No's backstory is tragic like WHOAH. And Vanitas is maybe almost too much of a weirdo for me? I dunno. I'll probably still read the next volume, though. ...

    I thought the first one was mostly light hearted and filled with jokes. While this one started out that way, it turned dark really really fast. There's lots of blood, graphic deaths, and a ton of feels. You want something that'll pull at your heartstrings? This is it. ...

    Warum zum Teufel hab ich nur sooooooo lange gewartet, bis ich diese Reihe weiter gelesen habe?! Die ist einfach so unfassbar gut und ich liebe einfach die Werke von Jun Mochizuki. Ich muss mir jez echt schnell den dritten Band bestellen xD ...

    Liking the series so far, except when Vanitas is possibly being a misogynist... "you are one of those inconvenient females" made me want to cringe to death, but there may be a plot point there, so I'll keep pushing on through. ...

  • Amber
    Jun 19, 2017

    I am hooked ...

  • Hannah Heath
    May 16, 2017

    I am hooked ...

    I can tell this is going to be a new favorite series. The character development and feels are already strong, and this is the first volume I've ever read. The artwork is amazing (of course...this is Jun Mochizuki we're talking about here). The world-building is SO cool. Victorian-era, ...

  • A. L.
    Jun 25, 2017

    I am hooked ...

    I can tell this is going to be a new favorite series. The character development and feels are already strong, and this is the first volume I've ever read. The artwork is amazing (of course...this is Jun Mochizuki we're talking about here). The world-building is SO cool. Victorian-era, ...

    This volume brought along plenty of character development, or rather: character "revealment"(it's not a word; I know). More of No's past was disclosed, and his childhood friend Domi came in. I'm not sure how to feel about Domi. I don't think I like her, but the fact that she had a li...

  • Amanda Setasha Hall
    May 15, 2017

    I am hooked ...

    I can tell this is going to be a new favorite series. The character development and feels are already strong, and this is the first volume I've ever read. The artwork is amazing (of course...this is Jun Mochizuki we're talking about here). The world-building is SO cool. Victorian-era, ...

    This volume brought along plenty of character development, or rather: character "revealment"(it's not a word; I know). More of No's past was disclosed, and his childhood friend Domi came in. I'm not sure how to feel about Domi. I don't think I like her, but the fact that she had a li...

    This volume has a lot going on. It finishes the arc from the first volume and then we learn a little bit about Noe's powers which are pretty cool. Then we meet Dominique, a member of an important vampire clan, the De Sade's (yes I assume that her name is a play on who the real de Sade ...

    WOW. I'm hooked. A solid 4 stars. Honestly, the detail in the artwork sometimes blows my mind. The character designs give the story a very whimsical and magical feel to it, very true to the nature of the story. The pacing of the story picks up in this volume and we see the backg...

    This vol was full of character development. Well, mostly for Noah but we also discover things about Vanitas that we didn't know before. The focus of this volume seems to be 'Motivation', as in what motivates our characters to do what their are doing? For Vanitas we discovered that i...

    Hmm, conflicted. Early in the volume, I was absolutely in love with the wackiness, but then things got really serious and sad. No's backstory is tragic like WHOAH. And Vanitas is maybe almost too much of a weirdo for me? I dunno. I'll probably still read the next volume, though. ...

    I thought the first one was mostly light hearted and filled with jokes. While this one started out that way, it turned dark really really fast. There's lots of blood, graphic deaths, and a ton of feels. You want something that'll pull at your heartstrings? This is it. ...