Kakeru comes to the rescue as it seems Toma and Koike are at the end of the line. Meanwhile, Noah goes missing and the boat seems to stop.
Welp! Seems Kakeru has gone and done it. This was almost as bad as Blink-182’s Darkside music video. Just kidding.
Also if you haven’t noticed this was kinda rushed on my part considering I’ve been sitting on it for a while and wasn’t really interested due to work and other things.
Seems it’s about time for Kakeru to be turned and the gang try to get Toma away from being eaten by the vampires. However, Ushiro seems to have lost his head. Hah! I had planned on having this out ages ago but I’ve been busy with work and haven’t had time to much of anything recently.
Now I know I’ve been sitting on this chapter for ages but honestly I kinda forgot about it and only got around to it now. Also the comic was on a hiatus from chapter 10’s release until sometime in September when it’s due to resume. Not that anyone really noticed lmao. Also it’s nice to see the comic do some world building in this chapter as it tries to clear a few things up.
Didn’t think we’d have another chapter so soon, props to the author. Anyway this time the story shifts to Kakeru and Pops for the first half as we find out what was happening to them during the poolside activities.
Sorry I had to. As for our lady friend whose name I’ve forgot, she makes a quick escape due to the dude bro trying to save his other dude bro which is nice to see. Also I like how the executioner is able to stop his swing in an instant, well he probably isn’t human anyway but it’s still cool.
Translation wise I was tempted to trade the V-word with blood suckers as I didn’t really want to type the word Vampire in the script though I decided against it for obvious reasons. It sounds retarded as hell.
Took a while for the next chapter to come out but hey what can you do. The site it’s usually on has also updated their security and thus I had to screen cap this chapter though honestly it looks serviceable until the actual volume comes out in a blue moons time. Anyway this chapter picks up right after the dance and things have really taken a turn for the worse as the illusion of normalcy has been removed. I don’t expect they’ll make it out of this one.
Also guys if you can please buy the actual manga if you can afford to. All things considered it’s not even that expensive and the mangaka need to eat too you know.