Iconic manga series Vampire Knight is one of those manga many fans have collected over the years but never got around to completing the set.
With the latest announcement from VIZ Media about a Vampire Knight Complete Box Set coming in Fall, 2024, however, that can now change as you can just grab every volume at once.
According to VIZ, the Vampire Knight Complete Box Set will include all 19 volumes of the popular Matsuri Hino manga series, along with a Day Class planner (well, it is only for humans) and an exclusive Vampire Knight art book. (see graphic below)
There is no word yet on the price.
The original 19 tankōbon volumes of the supernatural romance manga, released from July 10, 2005 to November 5, 2013, so it has been over a decade since all 19 volumes were first published.
As VIZ has also been selling two box sets of the 19 Vampire Knight volumes — Set 1 featuring Volumes 1-10, and Set 2 with Volumes 11-19 — in very pretty boxes for a while now, the upcoming Vampire Knight Complete Box Set should also come in a similar aesthetically pleasing box.
Now all we have to do is wait until Fall, 2024 rolls around and fans can once again easily immerse themselves in Matsuri Hino’s captivating world.
And, just in case you have not yet experienced the delights of Vampire Knight, VIZ describes the manga’s plot like this:
Yuki Cross has no memory of her past prior to the moment she was saved from a vampire attack ten years ago. She was adopted by the headmaster of Cross Academy, and now works alongside Zero to guard the Academy’s secret. Yuki believes that vampires and humans can coexist peacefully, but her partner has different ideas…
Unfortunately, the VIZ Media licensing for the anime adaptation of Vampire Knight has lapsed, so it is currently not available on Crunchyroll or Netflix where it used to stream.
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