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The magneficient reveal before the glorious culmination.

Record of a Fallen Vampire volumes up to this point this is easily the best. Starting off the colossal reveal of why Strauss was feared as the most powerful vampire of all time. Due to this he is able to have free reign to move on his own without having ...

Reviewed by Konanda on Dec. 31, 2009
The puzzle is coming together.

 The name The Record of a Fallen Vampire is made very clear, while reading this volume. In the first half Bridget continues her narration of the Corrosive Moon’s (Adelheid) sealing by the powerful spiritualist Saverhagen of the Infinite Cross followed by Strauss’ abandonment of her as he began his 1000 ...

Reviewed by Konanda on Dec. 31, 2009
When great art meets a gripping mystery

After the low point that is volume 4 Kyo really steps it up in volume 5, which is almost entirely consisting of Bridget revealing to Morishima and the dhampires she’s travelling with more details about Stella, Adelheid and her relation to Strauss and what happened the day the Corrosive Moon ...

Reviewed by Konanda on Dec. 31, 2009
A little stumbling block

To be honest for the most part this is another low in the series. As it mainly deals with what was just revealed in volume 3 being that the reason GM Gozen wants to use not only Strauss and Adelheid but Bridget and the dhampires as well, because alien refugees ...

Reviewed by Konanda on Dec. 31, 2009
Were it starts to get good

Volume 3 starts off with a flashback to a time before the Kingdom of Nights fall where Strauss and his adopted daughter Bridget are sharing a very intimate as they discuss the cause of war. Flashbacks have been used in the previous two volumes somewhat to give small details to ...

Reviewed by Konanda on Dec. 31, 2009
Beginning to smooth out from a rocky start

Continuing from vol. 1 The Record of a Fallen Vampire starts to ease the reader into the true direction Kyo (the author) is taking the narrative to. Volume 2 opens with Strauss fleeing from the previous battle in the last chapter thanks to the Black Swan’s sudden involvement. She catches ...

Reviewed by Konanda on Dec. 31, 2009
Lots of action little substance.

  The Record of a Fallen Vampire starts off somewhat strange. First to give a little back-story the series began when Kyo Shirodaira (known for Spiral: The Bond of Reasoning) was asked to pen a story involving vampires by their editor. A new artist (Yuri Kimura) who recently had begun ...

Reviewed by Konanda on Dec. 31, 2009
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