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The full-color artwork collection of the hit series Vampire Knight!
Reads R to L (Japanese Style), for audiences T+
Cross over into the world of Vampire Knight with the lush, full-color artwork of Matsuri Hino. Includes an extensive gallery with author comments, a how-to tutorial, and an exclusive poster.
About the Author
Matsuri Hino burst onto the manga scene with her title Kono Yume ga Sametara (When This Dream Is Over), which was published in LaLa DX magazine. Hino was a manga artist a mere nine months after she decided to become one. With the success of her popular series Captive Hearts and MeruPuri, Hino has established herself as a major player in the world of shojo manga. Vampire Knight is currently serialized in LaLa and Shojo Beat magazines.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is so beautifully detailed and colorfull. Matsuri hino is great at capturing that gothic art that is vampire knight. There is also a never before seen section just for this book. Also this book is a hardcover even though it says paperback. If you love vampire knight or not , you will certainly appreciate the great art in this book.
Bought this for my daughter because this is her style of drawing. It's a beautiful hardback book with a LOT of illustrations on beautiful glossy paper. definitely worth the money!
Im a big fan of anime and the series Vampire Knights and all I can say is I love-love this book. The illustrations are fantastic and if you like the series then this is definitely the book for you. Happy Shopping and enjoy :D
The book is beautiful! The colors are amazing. Matsuri Hino's art style has always been beautiful but it's breath taking in full color. This is a must have for any Vampire Knight or Matsuri Hino fan. I got this for Christmas last year and I was really excited about it. I loved every image and it comes with a poster that pulls out. Also the book is actually hardcover, which was a pleasant suprise as I thought it was paperback.