ヴァニタスの手記 1 [Vanitas no Carte 1]

  • Title: ヴァニタスの手記 1 [Vanitas no Carte 1]
  • Author: Jun Mochizuki
  • ISBN: 9784757549616
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Paperback
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    About Jun Mochizuki


    1. Jun Mochizuki Mochizuki Jun is a Japanese comic artist manga ka , best known for the fantasy shounen series Pandora Hearts .


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    1. Have just read the first volume so far, which is not enough in this medium to form a judgment. Well, the artwork is very fine, again. I may pick up more at a later time to follow out the story, because I have no idea what way she's going with this. I have found that with this artist standard starting tropes do not necessarily mean standard developments.Steampunk vampires in alternate-world 19th. C. Paris, so far. Possibly consequent to letting a Japanese manga artist visit Paris and take a milli [...]

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    2. TITLE: The Case Study of Vanitas (ヴァニタスの手記)AUTHOR: Jun MochizukiSTATUS: 2 Volumes, on-goingGENRE: Steampunk | Supernatural | Historical | Mystery Once upon a time, in a certain place, there lived a hatred vampire known as “Vanitas.” Vampires are originally born on the night of a crimson full moon. However, for some reason, Vanitas was born of the night of a full blue moon, a symbol of misfortune. Everyone was afraid of Vanitas, and they ran him out of the village And in his h [...]

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    3. Pandora Hearts was one of my favorite manga series, so I have been itching to read more of Mochizuki's work. Happy to say this met and exeeded my expectations; full of great characters, French culture/folklore, Gothic overtones, and a dash of steampunk- I can hardly wait to read more!

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    4. I won this manga through Giveaways.Absolutely amazing! Beautiful artwork and interesting story. I'm definitely buying and reading the next in the series.

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    5. this is the tale of how i met vanitas,and how we walked together of all we gained, and lost, and how, at the end of that journey, i would kill him with my own two hands.

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    6. So,Here I am once again, completely hooked in another Jun Mochizuki's manga. I have to say that I love the background details and the steampunk touch of the enviroment.Here we have a naive but strong vampire named Noe, and an eccentric-slash-crazy human named Vanitas who calls himself a Vampire doctor.We have the legend of the Vampire of the Blue Moon, that sets the story around the mistery of the book of Vanitas that it's said to be able to control and destroy vampires but our quirky main chara [...]

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    7. Thanks to Yen Press for a free copy via giveaway! :DI very much enjoyed volume 1 and am looking forward to the next. I thought the translation was done well and I like how they translated the sound effects. Also, gorgeous formatting.The genre and story are right up my ally so I liked all of that. The only thing I didn't enjoy was the thing with Jeanne and Vanitas in the last chapter so I'm a bit wary now of that and the fact that Noe is going to kill Vanitas apparently? Definitely will read fur [...]

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    8. Когда-нибудь я умудрюсь намутить этот томик. Может не в этом году, но все же.

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    9. I loved it! Crimson Shell was beautiful. Pandora Hearts is work of the gods and Vanitas is going down the same path~ Mochizuki is my all time favorite~

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    10. Ich bin jez schon sooooooooo verliebt in die neue Reihe von Jun Mochizuki! *____* Jeder Charakter ist einfach wieder toll und vor allem Noe und Vanitas sind einfach ein geiles Duo xD Von sehr froh, schon den zweiten Band da zu haben, auch wenn ich ihn nicht gleich lesen werden. Brauch jez erstmal wieder was leichteres. ^^

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    11. Richtig cooler Reihenauftakt!

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    12. Oh my god, it's so damn pretty. Mochizuki's art is fabulous, and the story is damn good. Vampires, cursed books, warring factions of creatures, SOLD!If you're looking to satisfy a paranormal itch with a hint of steampunk, look no further.

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    13. I like it and I'm looking forward to the next volume but the only things that convinced me so far to really want continue it are Noé and Murr. Not sure about Vanitas yet.

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    14. J'ai beaucoup aimé ce premier tome. Des personnage haut en couleur, un univers steampunk superbe et beaucoup d'humour. Un cocktail parfais pour une enquête parisienne sur un tueur en série vampire !

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    15. This review may come off as very biased, since I am a HUGE fan of Mochizuki's work, which I think is well deserved. Her art is breathtaking, one thing I must bring up. Her artwork has improved so much, and The Case Study of Vanitas is no exception. You can really tell how much hard work she puts into each and every panel, starting from backgrounds and facial expressions, everything is mesmerizing and I always end up staring at her work in awe, her work is so lovely. The story starts off with our [...]

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    16. So I've been debating Pandora Hearts for soooo long because I can't decide whether or not I'm going to enjoy it as I've heard mixed things. At some point during that debate I spotted this, and I immediately knew I was going to love it. I have such a love for Steampunk I couldn't say no and I finally got round to reading it and I am in LOVE! It has such a cool take on vampires, and I'm intrigued to learn more about them and the little problem they have! Honestly vampires in ya are all the same an [...]

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    17. Jun Mochizuki, I've fallen in love with your work all over again."The Case Study of Vanitas" is that perfect combination of borderline-insane characters, good plot, literary references (both subtle and totally not) and great artwork that I came to expect from Mochizuki-sensei after reading Pandora Hearts. This time, instead of Alice in Wonderland (and other Victorian literature references), we get vampires and French historical/literary references (both subtle and totally not). We get wolfmen, w [...]

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    18. Ah, yet again Jun Mochizuki has captivated me with another one of her works.The Case Study of Vanitas, or Vanitas no Carte opened and introduced the characters nicely, still leaving some information in the shadows. If you liked Pandora Hearts, you should definitely pick this up. The art style is absolutely gorgeous, she is one of the best mangakas out there, in my opinion. The story line is strong, but it being a first volume there are still a few things that are in need of unravelling. I look f [...]

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    19. Steampunk + Vampires.what more do I have to say! It was great!

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    20. Love this series!! I also love that it has Steampunk in it!

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    21. ще остарея, докато му почнат превода. т.т

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    22. I picked this one up thanks to the cover art and blurb (not realizing at the time it was by the mangaka who did Pandora Hearts.) I’m a sucker for vampires and then I saw inside the front cover that Hiromu Arakawa loves it, so I bought it.The story is a lot of fun. There’s a touch of steampunk (another fave of mine) to go along with the vampires and I was hooked. It opens on an airship following the main pov character, Noe (who I thought was an albino but is something more). He comes across a [...]

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    23. Better then I thought it was going to be. It's from the creator of Pandora Hearts.About how some vampires are "cursed" because their true name (kind of like how elves have a name they give people, and a true name that if given that person has power over them) is taken from them. Vampire's think they get cursed because of this 1 vampire was born/made on a blue moon instead of a crimson moon. This vampire's name was Vanitas. Vanitas made a book, that has every vampire's true name in it, and is sai [...]

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    24. Oh my god I loved this. I read The Case Study of Vanitas in one sitting. I need the rest now. This volume opened with such a bang, there was so much action and so much going on. It reminded me of Blue Exorcist and also Seraph of the End (both of which are some of my favourite series) in terms of how the series started. Similarly, it has an absolutely phenomenal plot. I can see how this will develop and at the same time I'm convinced there will be no way I can predict what happens. I'm already in [...]

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    25. I loved Pandora Hearts by Jun Mochizuki. I read the series ages ago but alas like every manga I read, I lost touch with it and simply let it fade until it ended. I was going to reread Pandora Hearts eventually but to my suprise, Jun Mochizuki created a new series! :0The Case Study of Vanitas is set around Paris where Humans and Vampires live with one another. Vampires are almost extint anyway so they are rumored to be an old hag tales. The peace of course dosen't stay for long and a series of mu [...]

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    26. I'm excited for this new manga from Mochizuki! I saw it at the bookstore and immediately picked it up. I heard about the series as it started in Japan, but it hadn't been at my bookstore here until now.So, the story takes place in another psuedo-Victorian world with a touch of fancy and fantasy. We meet the two main characters with opposing personalities, but possibly related goals. Vanitas is the owner of the tome Noé seeks, and Vanitas says he wants to save vampires with the tome, although he [...]

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    27. 3.75 starsA surprising find and most definitely a surprising read to say the least. I wasn't expecting much from this manga considering I went in blind. I will confess the cover art caught my eye with the bright blue hues. Overall, I can't say if this will be an all-time favorite but it does have promise. I like the character designs considering Mochizuki senpai is also the writer of Pandora Hearts (amazing character designs!) which I picked up away back. The characters have interesting backgrou [...]

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    28. I LOVE Pandora Hearts, so when I saw a new series by Jun Mochizuki, I went ahead and bought the first volume. And I like it! I see hints of things that could make me love the series like I loved Pandora Hearts. Murr the cat is great (more Murr, please!). The zany Vanitas paired with straightlaced (but sometimes surprisingly enthusiastic) Noé reminds me a bit of Xerxes Break's friendship with Reim in Pandora Hearts.I'm a bit weirded out by how Vanitas kissed Jeanne at the end, but I think he jus [...]

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    29. The Book of Vanitas is certainly a fun read. With all the vampire story disappointments in recent years, I almost expected the same of Vanitas. Thankfully-as with Pandora Hearts- Jun Mochizuki has not failed to get me involved with the premise and the characters. The character designs are refreshing and pretty, and all of the other artwork is really crisp and eye-pleasing. I greatly look forward to seeing where this series will go, and I can easily see it surpassing Pandora Hearts if it goes in [...]

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    30. I THINK I MAY HAVE FOUND MY MANGA SOULMATE.Let the record show that all of my current favorites--Detective Conan, Godchild, Bungo Stray Dogs--they all pale in comparison to this beauty. This has EVERYTHING I have ever loved in fiction--a steampunk/gaslamp-fantasy setting, vampires, grimoires, eccentric doctors who specialize in the paranormal, a mysterious back story you don't know yet And of course, BEAUTIFUL artwork!!I must own this manga NOW.

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