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Shinyaku Ookami ga Kuru!

Shinyaku Ookami ga Kuru!

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Synonyms: New Testament Wolf Is Coming!
Japanese: 新約 オオカミが来る!


Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 32
Status: Finished
Published: May 26, 2008 to Mar 1, 2011
Authors: Nanto, Hanamaru (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Rush


Score: 7.431 (scored by 430 users)
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Ranked: #40872
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Popularity: #5064
Members: 1,263
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Volumes: /5
Chapters: /32


This series is the continuation of Ookami ga Kuru! In order to investigate the strange phenomenon occurring in Northern Bayern, Germany, the church (KIRCHE) have dispatched the slayer Sirius. He rescues a young woman, Beate, who was being attacked by zombies. However, as the two attempt to leave, they’re attacked by more zombies. (Source: Aerandria)

Note: Chapter count does not include repeat chapters from "Ookami ga Kuru!"


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Jan 30, 2013
Shinyaku Ookami ga Kuru! (Formerly known as Ookami ga Kuru!) has been one of the few manga's that I've kept up with religiously, even though it was a long wait between chapters. After waiting for so long for it to be fully translated, it snuck up on me and was finished while I was in a hectic period in my life aha! Anyways, finally finishing this manga I feel incredibly satisfied, having enjoyed every single chapter up to the very end.

Story: While the story has been archaic in a sense at times, it always had the goal of figuring out what the vampires were doing read more
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Feb 24, 2013
A really good manga! It sometimes it felt rushed, yes, but overall it was really interesting; it was good to take a break from the fictional words of Bleach and Naruto and read a manga that was in our world. Well, our world with werewolves, ghosts and other creatures, but... anyway. Some elements and pasts could have been expanded more, but it's still great.

Nanto did a really good job on the art: from Beatrice's expressions when Sirius and/or Boss got in dangers, to Sirius's poses after he shot a few ghouls, he never disappointed. The moments when Sirius and Boss teamed up was always drawn read more
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