Devils Line
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Devils Line

Alternative Titles

English: Devils' Line
Japanese: デビルズライン

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 14
Chapters: 80
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 22, 2013 to May 22, 2019
Genres: ActionAction, DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, VampireVampire, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Hanada, Ryou (Story & Art)
Serialization: Morning Two

Statistics

Score: 7.711 (scored by 30943,094 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #14952
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #977
Members: 11,215
Favorites: 435
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Synopsis

In a world where vampires have a similar genetic makeup to humans, it is difficult to tell them apart. However, there is a distinct difference: when one of these vampires, called devils by the general public, sees the blood of a human, they completely lose control.

Ordinary girl Tsukasa Taira finds herself the object of affection of vampire Shouta Akimura. To avoid hurting her, he has resorted to killing other humans to satiate his bloodlust. However, Shouta treads a thin wire, running the risk of losing control at any time.

To neutralize the potential threat, detective Yuuki Anzai swoops in to save Tsukasa from becoming Shouta's next victim. As he takes her home, Tsukasa finds herself enthralled by Anzai, who is a vampire himself. Together, they begin a tenuous relationship that takes them into the depths of a vicious conspiracy, rampant with murder and intrigue.

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Background

Devils Line has been published in English by Vertical Inc. under the Vertical Comics imprint since May 24, 2016.

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Jul 3, 2019
Trivialmadness (All reviews)
Thoughts become reasons, take action, cause consequences. They form new thoughts, new reasons, new truths. When individual truths turn inter-subjective, societies are bound to break and change, for better or for worse.

*A spoiler free review*

Devils’ Line. Seeing the cover, reading the synopsis, it has all the same makings than every other dark and brooding vampire romance out there. Well, colour me surprised. What I found was a thrilling police drama with decent action, complex relationships and ever evolving storytelling. Having a strong focus on politics, power struggles and discrimination it’s also an interesting study on society. Starting out as a cute romance, it never forgets read more
Dec 31, 2019
nerdmeetslife (All reviews)
The story was rather unique, the premise of blood thirsty 'monsters' hidden in a human society isn't unique but the way it was handled was. The devils were similar to vampires but had enough qualities special to them that made them stand away from the clichés. There are also a lot of twists and turns and events that catch you off guard and blind side you so there isn't too much stagnation in the plot. My only gripe is once in awhile there needs to be a dull chapter or 2 that is necessary to set up some major plot points.

The Art was good. read more
Mar 26, 2020
nerdwithmanga (All reviews)
Story (7): It was a rather unique plot but also not something that has never been seen before (which is to be expected). Anyway it is about a human girl, Taira, that gets involved with 'devils' (which are low key modified vamps). It is mainly told by her pov and the pov of her half-devil love interest, Anzai. But it does jump pov a lot, thus touching on a bunch of different social and political views etc.

Art (7): It can definitely get wonky at times. My main issue with it would be that the anatomy really isn't consistent. Examples being big heads and super tiny read more
Aug 5, 2017
Killua-kun98 (All reviews)
Preliminary
This manga is in definite need of an updated review. Now 6 volumes and 32 chapters through, I am loving the story, it's characters and their interactions! "SaxyGeek's" review after reading 9 chapters was a fair, yet overly harsh, review. I hope to explain what I mean & convince you to read it as this manga doesn't have a fair bunch of scores or reviews due to it's very slow & mediocre start.

Story: 9/10

For the first two volumes (up to chapter 9) this story is essentially one with no real direction & no definitive movement. They set up the two main characters, Anzai read more

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