Katsuragi Kiyo inherits a mansion from a grandmother that she never heard of. There at the mansion Kiyo meets Kuroboshi who's a half human, half vampire with his servant Alsh. What will happen during her life?!
Bloody Kiss, a manga that involves the progressing life of a young woman who lives with some vampires; a dangerous yet strange situation at the same time.
basically this was how I rated this work:
[Story - 9]
It was a storyline that I've never seen nor read about. Life with vampires. It was a brilliant idea, putting a sort of monster amongst the race that called them 'monsters' in the first place. In all honesty, I liked it. It was a slice-of-life kind of book but it had certain twists that made it a little bit more interesting than most.
[Art - 10]
The art. The author had a sort of style that made the expressions easy for me to read and understand. The book itself was in neat organization with clean panels that allow the reader to fully absorb the visuals in short time. Personally, the character designs were top-notch.
[Character - 9]
The characters were interesting. They drew me in along with the storyline and made the situation's mood either comical, serious, or romantic despite the fact that there were some cliche personalities often seen in most romance manga.
[Overall - 10]
I give Bloody Kiss a solid 10 overall. A good solid storyline followed up with excellent art with attention drawing characters. Bloody Kiss has earned my applause and an encore.read more
1- Story rated  The story was interesting although sort of predictable, and is repetative (I mean I've read more than 5 mangas that revolve around a vampire falling in love with a human) so the idea of the story isn't new and I found it similar to Fruits basket in some aspects. I found some of the scenes were exaggerated as well (too much slapping, hitting, questioning ownself,..etc)^^'''.
2- Art rated  The art was pretty nice! But sometimes the art looked awkward and sometimes I get confused with what's going on. But it isn't that bad! Their chibi style is cute ^^.
3- Character  Liked them but they are seriously highly similar to fruits basket! (Alsh is pretty much 99% Ayame (almost got the same looks, same long hair, being the annoying but funny character) And Kiyo she's pretty much like Tohrou (kind hearted, only different than Torou is that she's tough and can defend herself), as for Kurobshi he's 25% similar to kyo (gets irritated easly, and frank).
4- Enjoyment rated  I did enjoy it; there were funny moments, sweet moment, sad ones..etc. It's Enjoyable to read^^ I just wish that there were less exaggeration in the charcaters actions in the story.
5- Overall is rated  Although it's got a repetative plot, It was really enjoyable, but as interesting as it is, I felt that there was so many things missing from the plot. It is good to read it when you are bored and don't have anything else to do.read more
Wow. For me, after I finish reading something, i have an extreme urge to tell people what I think of it, even if nobody really listens. I just have to, it makes me feel better. Any one else get that feeling?
Anyways, I thought this was such a lovely story. Yes. Lovely. Very romantic, and I LOVED the art for this manga. It was beautiful!! I dont think anyone can disagree with that. The art just gave the story such a touching quality.
The characters reactions were predictable, but realistic. Yeah, if someone was biting my neck, I'd be very uncomfortable too. But the plot was quite engaging, and i must say, I really looked forward to reading this every day. After school, I go to the computer first thing and start eagerly reading. It was an addiction.
I REALLY wish this manga could have gone on longer! I really liked it, and if it were longer it would have developed into something even more delightful and i definitely would have kept reading it.
But I do look forward to re-reading it soon! Overall, a touching romantic story with drop-dead gorgeous art. AND vampires. Sweeeeeeet. read more