It's Noh-A's first day at Amityville High School, and her reception is chilly to say the least. Brutal might be a better description! Decapitated but not dead (or is she??), Noh-A quickly realizes that nothing is as it appears at Amityville High where paranormal creatures battle for supremacy. Caught in the crossfire, Noh-A may have to rely on the unlikely (and possibly unreliable) aid of the most sinister student at Amityville... the deadly Jack Frost!
The art for this manga was very good. I found the cover interesting so I decided to read it. Man was I ever disappointed! If you've read Hellsing this will probably seem AWFULLY familiar. It almost feels like the characters from the story were pulled out, given different clothes and names, and put in an ecchi high school.
If you've never read Hellsing and enjoy manga where there's nonstop action, then that image of an already done story won't be ruined for you and perhaps you may even enjoy Jack Frost. If you have then chances are you probably wont find this near as enthralling.
I read one volume and chances are I won't be picking it up again, at least not for a very, very long time.read more
I have never been one for reading Manga/Manhwa/Manhua of the Supernatural genre, but i have to say, this is the greatest one I have read so far!!
after reading various other Supernatural stories, the story seems kind of boring, but it does show some very good fighting scenes, so that's why i gave it more than a 4
the art in Jack Frost is amazing, the way that the Jin-Ho Go can show the characters emotions and thoughts is spectacular. very very good artwork
the characters are very good in Jack Frost, the characters have been portrayed so that we don't know everything about them and that is what makes this Manhwa much more exciting
the fight scenes are spectacular, the twists are amazing and Jack Frost himself make the Manhwa that much more awesome!!
the story itself is the only downside of Jack Frost, everything else is spectacular, if you find yourself wanting to read a spectacular Manga/Manhwa/Manhua then i advise you read Jack Frostread more
I'm really tired of people writing bad reviews of Jack Frost just because they assume it's a "Hellsing Rip Off" The story is fantastic, the art is gorgeous and very detailed. Granted...the manwha is not for everybody! It contains a looot of gorey and panty shots, so what? I'm really hooked on this manwha. One of the best I've read so far.
The only one publishing it is Yen Press so I suggest you get your hands on it and start reading it instead of band wagoning like the rest of the idiots here just because it's cool to hate on something that's been done before. Take it through your thick heads, in anime / manga / manwha everything has been done before!!
Have I mentioned that the art is GOOD? LIKE REALLY REALLY GOOD?! You have to buy the manwha to really appreciate the THING and not just read the scanlation of it online.
The story is pretty interesting so far, it's the only manwha I've sat down and tried to read it all in one go! IT'S THAT GOOD. So i'm gonna give it an 8 because there are parts here and there that drift off, but it just keeps getting better and better.
There's a lot of great characters too! Too bad people are so close minded that they won't give this manwha a chance because 1) you can't be a true otaku and like manwha / and manga herp-a-derp they're just trying to copy manga herp-a-derp 2) oooh this looks familiar!! HELLSING?? -__-"
A small handful of colorful characters, which is opposed to regularly appear ill-wishers. At the head of this bunch is fond of power lady - Helvina (I would say Lady Hellsing). Next in the hierarchy - all-powerful, but because bombastic Alu ... Sorry ... always grinning Jack Frost. Suddenly, in this nice company appears Joo - immortal, but useless girl. What can I say about her? Hmmm ... Loses his head from any troubles. ^ ^ Read the first chapter, I could not escape the thought that I read something like Hellsing. I guess I would call it as something like "Hellsing: High School", yeah! Copied almost everything! I see no reason to read this ...read more