Devils' Line, Vol. 1

Devils' Line, Vol. 1

Tsukasa, a college student, is rescued from an attack by a devil, one of many vampires that can blend in among the human population. Anzai, her savior, is a half-devil who exploits his supernatural gifts as a member of a shadowy police task force that specializes in devil-related crime in Tokyo. As Anzai continues to keep guard over Tsukasa, the two quickly forge a tentati...

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Title:Devils' Line, Vol. 1
Author:Ryo Hanada
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Edition Language:English

Devils' Line, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Reddish

    Cuando empiezas a ver un nuevo anime y te deja con ganas de más hasta tal punto de empezar a leerte el manga... ¡Vaya vicio! Y mira que la historia no es la más novedosa ni los personajes los más originales, pero a mi me tiene enganchadísima, oye.

  • Chloe

    I was so excited to read this series despite the comparisons it has received and I'm happy to say it exceeded my expectations! Not only is the story interesting and the art beautiful but the mangaka does an amazing job balancing out the dark atmosphere with very funny moments. I'm in love, one of my favorite new series to pick up this year so far!!

  • Eli

    One night while Tsukasa is escorted home after a date, she is attacked by a devil, a vampire that can live among humans, and is rescued by Anzai. Anzai is a half-devil and uses his abilities to work for a special task force for the Tokyo police department where he investigates devil-related crime. After the encounter, Anzai continues to look after Tsukasa and they quickly form a strong and dangerous bond. When he is with Tsukasa he lets down his guard and is ever fearful of breaking his rule of

    One night while Tsukasa is escorted home after a date, she is attacked by a devil, a vampire that can live among humans, and is rescued by Anzai. Anzai is a half-devil and uses his abilities to work for a special task force for the Tokyo police department where he investigates devil-related crime. After the encounter, Anzai continues to look after Tsukasa and they quickly form a strong and dangerous bond. When he is with Tsukasa he lets down his guard and is ever fearful of breaking his rule of never consuming human blood. Now, a killer is on the loose--one that is targeting devils. Will Anzai be able to locate them before he too becomes a target?

    This story has a beautiful blend of police procedural fiction, supernatural fiction, romance and horror.

    At first I was a little put off by the insta-love, but White Knight Syndrome quickly makes this romance possible.

    Our main characters, Anzai and Tsukasa, seem to be driven by a basic need to do good in the world. They are living in a time when vampires are no longer just stories but live among the human population and are able to blend in. They are both strong and tenacious.

    Although it seems like Tsukasa is always getting into situations where Anzai will need to rescue her, and comes off as naive, there is a strength in her that I feel will be developed in later volumes.

    The artwork is beautiful and dark and sometimes gruesome but I found myself going back to particular pages just to follow the lines and shading.

    I really enjoyed this one and look forward to getting my hands on the next volume to see how this story progresses as this first installment definitely ended on a cliffhanger.

  • Vernieda

    I come here for the trashy vampire romance but I stay for the unexpected police conspiracy & espionage thriller, LMAO.

    I first learned about this series through the anime that's broadcasting during the spring 2018 season. It's not good at all. I don't recommend it. BUT there were enough interesting elements that I decided to check out the manga because I'd heard it was better. This first volume really starts off quirky, weird, and episodic but I know it gets better and smoother later.

    (Also,

    I come here for the trashy vampire romance but I stay for the unexpected police conspiracy & espionage thriller, LMAO.

    I first learned about this series through the anime that's broadcasting during the spring 2018 season. It's not good at all. I don't recommend it. BUT there were enough interesting elements that I decided to check out the manga because I'd heard it was better. This first volume really starts off quirky, weird, and episodic but I know it gets better and smoother later.

    (Also, it's a seinen manga by a woman! I'm always fond of those, y'know.)

  • Ashley

    Shout out to my coworker for convincing me to buy this at Barnes & Noble the other day. I read this in little under an hour? Definitely liked it.

  • Dyanna

    is a lot like

    . (in a way)

    So we have this college girl who is saved by a half vampire/demon guy and falls in love with him.

    The art is not so good, the romance is too much and it has a lot of gore and mature themes, so why am I rating this one 3.5 stars?

    Well actually there is a simple reason:

    is a lot like

    . (in a way)

    So we have this college girl who is saved by a half vampire/demon guy and falls in love with him.

    The art is not so good, the romance is too much and it has a lot of gore and mature themes, so why am I rating this one 3.5 stars?

    Well actually there is a simple reason:

  • Jennifer

    Kind of reminds me of Tokyo Ghoul in art style and topic, but focuses more on the relationship between a human and a "devil." I like how it hales back to some vampire classic stories but some of the relationship stuff is a bit icky. Tsukasa is too weak for my taste, too.

  • Shannon

    Read #1

    Started on

    Finished on

    3.5 stars

    I enjoyed this one! I rated it lower because it was a pretty standard (but well-done) YA/new adult-esque romance. The "devil lust" crap was stupid, but I think, again, pretty standard with a lot of manga. It definitely felt like it was only added as a subplot to excuse any hyper-sexualization of the female characters, but surprisingly, it didn't detract too much from the main bulk of the story because you don't see that happen very

    Read #1

    Started on

    Finished on

    3.5 stars

    I enjoyed this one! I rated it lower because it was a pretty standard (but well-done) YA/new adult-esque romance. The "devil lust" crap was stupid, but I think, again, pretty standard with a lot of manga. It definitely felt like it was only added as a subplot to excuse any hyper-sexualization of the female characters, but surprisingly, it didn't detract too much from the main bulk of the story because you don't see that happen very often, in my opinion (one little part at the end that involves a younger girl, but it doesn't go beyond the vampire commenting on her appearance in a creeper way... but this adds to the character's history with the vampires, if you want to look at it that way).

    Although, the story was very reliant on Anzai and Tsukasa's relationship, and might be considered by some to be too insta-love, I think they work really well together as a couple. I personally just... liked their relationship? Might be a "it's only me" thing. (And side note: I'm starting to weigh that a little more with manga. I don't mind a little bit of insta-love because it is

    common in a lot of shorter manga series, and based on the plot/titles of the manga, you sort of know what you're getting into anyway... so I forgive it more easily. But I do feel like it shouldn't overtake the story's main plot -- if you're forcing the two love interests to make out as much as possible over general plot development, that's obviously a problem.)

    The vampire lore was kind of cool? But it will definitely need more development in future volumes. In fact, I think that's another reason I rated it lower. The dialogue/story jumps between chapters were a little confusing, and I can't tell if it was because of a bad translation, or the writing itself. But I think the characters definitely make up for it -- Anzai especially! (He just hit all the right notes for me -- I'm excited for more of his story!) And I got attached to Anzai and Tsukasa pretty easily. Even though Anzai was the "white knight" to Tsukasa's damsel-in-distress a few times, he wasn't patronizing about it, which was very refreshing. You can tell Anzai is aware of how hard a human/vampire relationship will be, but that he wants to be with Tsukasa if he can/she wants him to be. He cares for Tsukasa in a way that allows her the choice to either continue or stop the relationship. I just like that he basically starts hanging out with her because they both know they're lonely. It was sweet.

    The setting was nice, too -- the story occurs mostly during winter/Christmas, additionally with very minute character interactions, so it's very soft and quiet. Mixed with the plot's slight darkness, it created a really great atmosphere that played on the loneliness of Anzai and Tsukasa, as well as their time together. (I feel like the Japanese just really understand this concept of "winter loneliness" so well! I notice a lot of mangaka use winter in their stories in this way, and it's one of my favorites styles.) The action sequences always seemed to come at the end of each chapter, so we were allowed some downtime in-between to appreciate the "stillness" of the world.

    I also didn't dislike the artwork, at least as much as other people apparently. It was a little awkward in certain spots, but I liked the weirdness of it.

    So basically, Anzai/Tsukasa and the general atmosphere/setting are where it's at for me, but stars knocked off for the confusing writing. Already picked up the rest of the volumes in this series, so I'm sure I will get to them soon!

  • Shannon

    So this is basically

    Vampire, though tamer and with more focus on the human girl instead of the half-

    vampire.

    Small gripe that bothers me more than it probably would most people; the font choice is terrible and it looks worse than fan-made scanlations.

    Compared to the Japanese version:

    Also,

    It's digital so it's not like it costs more to print.

    So this is basically

    Vampire, though tamer and with more focus on the human girl instead of the half-

    vampire.

    Small gripe that bothers me more than it probably would most people; the font choice is terrible and it looks worse than fan-made scanlations.

    Compared to the Japanese version:

    Also,

    It's digital so it's not like it costs more to print.

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