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Nozomu Tamaki is the writer/artist of "Dance in the Vampire Bund" and the artist of "Angel Para Bellum."

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All hail to doujinshi? 6. Juli 2014
Von V. J. Han - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is collection of short stories published by the author for sales in Comiket, the largest convention of self-published works (doujinshi). What makes this unusual is that instead of making collection of satires and spoofs created by other authors focusing on Vampire Bund, the original creator himself participates in this convention regularly in order to provide extra bits of stories that could have not been made into the regular publication. In other words, spoof of his own work (and uses his regular pen name at that).

While it is not essential to read this volume in order to understand the series, it complements and rewards the reader by providing in depth stories of relevant topics, such as origin of Stigma and other extra stories that provides humorous side of characters large and small. It also appears that there will be another collection in near future and I hope to see his latest creation (7 years in Tokyo) in that one.
Not what I expected, but interesting. 18. November 2014
Von Synchronicitized - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This is a collection of "official doujinshi" published by Nozomu Tamaki at Comiket, and according to editor Adam Arnold, this is the first time this collection of material has been published together.

These stories are meant for fans of the DiTVB franchise who have already read the manga in its entirety. As you'd expect from a collection of doujinshi, the contents of this volume are very eclectic; there is a section "The Devil is in the Details" explaining many of the cultural references (Japanese and American!) which appear in the manga and another section, titled "No Different Flesh", is essentially a light novel which explains the origin of Stigma (the synthetic substitute for blood that is consumed by vampires living in the Bund). Another section titled "Tweet of Beehive" is a very funny story of Hime-sama discovering Twitter. There are also a number of 4-koma comics, and a funny section where the characters joke about the production of the DiTVB anime.

It should be noted that The Devil is in the Details and No Different Flesh take up slightly more than half the pages in this volume, so do not expect 192 pages of manga. In addition, this book is slightly bigger than the rest of the manga volumes. While the single volumes measured 5" by 7", this volume is 6" by 8". In addition, the final 10 pages have reproductions of the cover art of the 10 doujin volumes which make up this collection; I would have liked to see these pages in color, but one can't have everything, I suppose.

In summary, if you are not familiar with the DiTVB franchise or if you have only seen the anime, this is not the place to start. However, if you have read the manga, this collection is a very interesting follow-up and kind of a neat peek into the world of doujin comics.
A Great Buy For Those Who Love Dance in the Vampire Bund 5. Oktober 2014
Von Lyndsey Wellans - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I became an unwittingly huge fan of Dance in the Vampire Bund throughout my journey of reading the manga. First, I watched the anime, wondering for some time whether or not I truly liked it. This was when I was still experimenting with anime, not really understanding the world and just exploring. I didn't even know that a lot of anime were stories spun from manga, and vice versa. I was a newcomer, fresh, and green. Not to say that I am a seasoned pro now, but the more I watched anime, the more I wanted to read the stories they came from, as well as the stories they inspired. Vampire Bund was one of my first anime's, and I didn't even know it was a manga until I randomly saw it in the bookstore as a compilation of the first 3 volumes. Picking it up, paying for it, and taking it home I was surprised at how utterly different the anime was from the manga. It was the most stark contrast in manga vs anime comparison I had yet to come across, and I was intrigued. I wanted to see how the original story went, how the author originally intended for it to go.

Now, as I am eagerly awaiting Scarlett Order I can say with absolute certainty, I am a crazy fan for this story. "Forgotten Tales" translated is an essential part of a Vampire Bund enthusiast and lover of the series. It has stories that fill in the gaps of both canon, both the anime and manga story line. Tamaki also explains his love of the series, how he was so excited of the different direction it took apart from his original plot. I found this incredibly interesting and took it to heart, rewatching the anime with such perspective I found a new appreciation for it. I had always hoped that perhaps they would reconsider a second season, much like Deadman Wonderland, alone they are incomplete and leave us with many loose ends, but if given the other part of the story, it would be given the chance to give its audience and complete and cohesive story. There are many different little strips, showing us Princess Mina, Akira--the whole gang of both main characters and reoccurring characters, giving us side stories, background information, and bits of their lives that make us diehards smile at the sliver their thoughts and feelings give us. A particular favorite of mine is when Mina takes to Twitter. It's incredibly cute, telling, and the drawings of her punching away at her phone are comical and done well. From here, I will not spoil the rest of the content; nonetheless, what is there makes me excited to see what will be included in the next.

I give this 5 stars, which does not include the package or shipping. I did not buy this one from Amazon, but I have had little to complain about in way of my previous manga purchases (some of which have been Dance in the Vampire Bund). In way of content, this title offered many great stories and gave the reader exactly what it described. It was a compilation of material the author had written and released overseas, finally translated for an English-reading audience. It's only the first half of two, so it's easy to say I cannot wait for the second. If you are a fan of Dance in the Vampire Bund, I do recommend it. If you're one the fence, and haven't read enough of the manga to know whether or not you want this, I'm always of the trend to read in order anyway--so wait, finish up, and you'll know from there. This purchase was absolute and without doubt on my part, and so will any other content that comes out regarding this series. I have both Dive in the Vampire Bund and The Stories of Sledgehammer, I do not consider myself and expert but a reader who loves the content she reads and commits herself to. So, just to reiterate, if you are a reader like me, and if you buy the manga/books that are your favorite, this is one I wouldn't skip.
I already have read some of it and i love it, it gives back stories to different characters 30. Dezember 2014
Von james - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I am a huge fan of Dance in the Vampire Bund, so when i saw that there were doujinshii out i picked them up the second i had money. I already have read some of it and i love it, it gives back stories to different characters, even anime exclusive ones like mei ren. It is great to see back stories, side stories, etc. I have already ordered the second doujinshii collection, ordered scarlet order and will be ordering the side series for the extra bits. I loved the anime and had to check out the manga which blew the anime out of the water becoming my favorite manga and anime at the same time. Buy this is you love Dance in the vampire bund and the best loli ever, Mina Tepes.
It was good. Filled in some gaps in the story and ... 4. August 2014
Von Ricky Brannon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
It was good. Filled in some gaps in the story and wrapped up loose edges with a few characters. Just wanted mmore out of it. But if u are a fan it is a must have.
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