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Killing Me!

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Review

Nov 5, 2020
dolleyes (All reviews)
i was very excited about this manga because 1) i'm a sucker for vampire/vampire hunter stories, 2) i'm a lesbian who loves yuri/wlw content, and 3) the art style is very much up my alley. i'm really quite sad that it only got it's 11 chapter run.

i do agree with most criticisms that the story was fairly lackluster, despite the fact that it appeared to be setting up some things towards the end of the volume. i think it really could have been something great for the genre if it had continued, considering a good chunk of manga start off the same way this read more
Oct 27, 2020
Neatlight (All reviews)
This manga was canned after a meager 11 chapter run. Each chapter bounces from 10 to 15 pages. The longest one is 22 pages (the first chapter). Why land emphasis on this, you ask? Because even if it wasn't given the chance to run before it could walk, nothing much is done to lay down the "dangerous" power struggle relationship it promises.

Killing Me reduces the premise to playful lashing between both parties and lame levels of introspection. The story is told almost exclusively through the vampire hunter's eyes, and most of her inner thoughts and reasonings come off as surface level. Little flashes of background read more

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