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Rosario to Vampire: Season II (Manga)

Rosario to Vampire: Season II

Alternative Titles

English: Rosario+Vampire: Season II
Synonyms: Rosario and Vampire: Season 2
Japanese: ロザリオとバンパイア SeasonⅡ

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 14
Chapters: 74
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 4, 2007 to Apr 19, 2014
Authors: Ikeda, Akihisa (Story & Art)
Serialization: Jump SQ

Statistics

Score: 8.301 (scored by 16247 users)
Ranked: #3632
Popularity: #72
Members: 28,971
Favorites: 2,191
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top manga page.

Popular Tags

ecchi shounen supernatural vampire

Synopsis

The story continues where the first season left off only months into the future. Yuokai Gakuen has been repaired and the new semester is underway. Tsukune and gang are back, and more powerful then ever. Anti-Thesis's true identity is relieved. With new adversaries looming on the horizon, and something much more sinister then the gang has ever faced before.

Tsukune is battling with the monster inside him. With the help of Moka, Mizore, Kurumu, Ruby, and Yukari. Tsukune trains to get his vampire blood under control and the strength to protect what he holds dear.

The new season focuses more on the girls, their past, and their families. New confrontations await them. New friends and allies will join them by their side. Together they will discover the secrets of Moka's rosary, and her lineage...

(Source: girlsdeadmonster)

Related Manga

Prequel: Rosario to Vampire


Characters

 Mizore
Shirayuki, Mizore
Main
 Moka
Akashiya, Moka
Main
 Kurumu
Kurono, Kurumu
Main
 Tsukune
Aono, Tsukune
Main
 Kokoa
Shuzen, Kokoa
Main
 Ruby
Toujo, Ruby
Main
 Yukari
Sendou, Yukari
Main


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Apr 29, 2014 4:04 AM
Master10K
It was a breath of fresh air when the Shounen Jump title Rosario + Vampire came out, bringing with it an interesting take on the harem genre, within a Monster Academy setting. But alas it came to an abrupt end, along with the Monthly Shounen Jump magazine. Fortunately it was popular enough to warrant a continuation in the form of Rosario + Vampire II.

Rosario + Vampire II being a Shounen, Supernatural, Harem manga, with a bit of Comedy & Action thrown in for good measure. Although this is technically a sequel, R+V II feels more like a reboot, as it re-introduces the characters and read more
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Mar 25, 2012 7:58 AM
Akira-Shimizu
Without a doubt this is a must-read manga, the story expands a lot to make a great action-ish manga to read but it had to tone down the ecchi/harem/romance from the first season to put in more of that sweet actiony goodness. The story is far more interesting then that of the first season with many new enemies and allies, I'm trying not to spoil anything for anyone who hasn't read this masterpiece, but if you haven't, WHY ARE YOU READING THIS REVIEW, YOU SHOULD BE READING THIS AWESOME LOVEY, ACTIONY, ECCHIY, HAREMY MANGA OF AWESOMESAUCE, go and read it now, trust me, you won't read more
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Oct 2, 2010 9:10 PM
giascle
I love that Rosario+Vampire gets progressively darker as the series goes on. While the first couple of books were just a generic harem comedy (but with monsters!!! omg), by the end of season I it was clear there was far more potential here than probably even the author initially thought.

Story: 7
Season II opens with the usual R+V harem hijinks, then gradually introduces some fun and interesting new characters. Not long into the story, the new main villain(s) begins to move into the picture. Akihisa Ikeda is continually experimenting with all different subject matter this time around; everything from class struggles to abandoned read more
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Jan 26, 2014 3:38 AM
pedomudkip
Comparing it to its predecessor , R+V Season I , this series has far much more to offer that would leave the readers drooling for more of this series as it took a far more serious approach than it did in the first season.

Story : 8/10

A human being friends with monsters is not an original plot in any sense and I could probably hand pick out several other titles with almost the same plot lines with ease but that was in the first season where everything had started. This second season's storyline is pretty generic at the start where Tsukune and his harem continues their read more
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