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  • Vampire Dormitory: Volume 9

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    From: Vampire Dormitory
    Author: Ema Toyama
    Artist: Ema Toyama
    Published by: Kodansha Comics

    £6.89 RRP £9.99

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      • Due for release: 25 Jan 2023.
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Product Description

‘I’ll do it! I’ll become your thrall!’‘

A crossdressing girl and an otaku vampire find themselves entangled in a dangerous relationship.

Don’t miss this heart-pounding romance from the award-winning Ema Toyama, perfect for fans of Crimson Spell, Black Bird, and He’s My Only Vampire!

Mito, who has no family to rely on, lives on the streets, disguised as a boy. Ruka, an otaku vampire who’s only interested in 2-D girls, saves her from a perilous situation and makes her an offer: become his subservient thrall from which he can feed whenever he wants, and she can live with him – in the boys’ dorm.

Because her very existence depends on her secret not being found out, every day is a new danger – to say nothing of that vampire!

Meanwhile, Ruka, not knowing Mito’s a girl, dotes on her night and day in an attempt to ripen her ‘’disgusting male blood,’‘ but when real feelings develop… this dangerous romance between a crossdressing girl and an obsessive vampire begins!

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Artist
Author
Genre
Previews
Publisher
Series
Type
Binding
  • Trade Paperback
Volume
  • 9
Cat. No.
  • 5752140
ISBN
  • 9781646517343