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Vampires have evolved and don't rely on human blood anymore. They now co-exist secretly as normal citizens even though they are still feared and discriminated against by the society. So what happens to a female vampire trying to live a normal school life when she meets the most popular boy in school and accidentally nips his neck?
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Put down for a while
I've read through chapter 38, and now I'm gonna drop it for a while. It's not that I don't like it, it's just that the story is moving so slow and a lot of it's just boring. The girl is pretty but she's really hard to deal with and the whole thing is really predictable and cliche. When the comic is complete, I'll pick it back up but I don't want to read the next 40+ chapters and then I'm stuck waiting on the scanlations for a story that moving too slow to begin with. I started to dislike long drawn out slow romance especially when the girl is dishonest, difficult, and resists at every turn. The story is cute, but it could be better. I like the art though.
I am not picky at all, but this is so boring~ When the heroine is boring, the rest becomes boring too. The heroine doesn't take any action so we're basically waiting for everyone around her to create some friction or try to befriend her and that is really disappointing I love slow paced manga, but even with the slowest shoujos, the heroine does something.. The art (characters) isn't quite my taste which I think it's the biggest drawbacks. I can handle a boring story, but combine it with a expressionless art-work and I dropped the manga.
I've read up to the first 30 chapters, but I can't bother reading any further if the first 30c aren't even interesting :-/
Like the others said. . it somewhat became boring and dull. . i find myself just clicking away to see what's happening not bothering myself to read any dialog cause its now a chore. . i think i will drop this soon. .
it was cute in the beginning, but then all this drama started happening because the author wants to drag it out longer. Sometimes I read it if it pops up on mangafox's front page and even though I have skipped a lot of chapters between each read I still understand what's going on, which isn't much.
I don't know... it's just... really boring. I am disappointed, because when they started translating this people were all "Oh wow, so cool and interesting and new and original!" but...it's not. The pattern of the story is overused and boring. And I'm dropping this.
The review below mine is a liar!
I read their review and instantly thought, oh I love a good shoujo mature leads. I just spent today reading up to the latest chapter and boy, it was not what I expected. It's good for what it is, and what it is, is a Romeo-Juliet story told in modern day format.
The female lead can be very angsty for semi-good reasons you could say, humans for the most part hate vampires and she's insecure about being being found out. She's honestly run away from so many situations you'd think this was one of the more generic shoujos just from the sheer amount of times she says 'IM SORRY' *cue tragic music* and runs. But, you'd be half-wrong, the characters are intriguing and the author is very good at cute comedy, making all the characters have their own adorable moments.
The background art is INCREDIBLE, definitely eyecandy almost every page. Though the character themselves seem to be lacking every now and then but it's easily made up by the wonderful environments that are drawn. So once again, it's a decent manga but it's definitely very shoujo. Keep that in mind when you pick it up.
If you're tired of frustratingly annoying heroines and instead looking for a refreshing girl that deals with love, angst and growth in a smart but realistic manner, then this manga is for you. The great art and supernatural elements are an added bonus, but this manga is driven by the main character, who is among the most charming and unique manga characters that I've seen until now. Definitely recommended.
Thank you, Seok Woo.
Normally I can't stand shoujo manga. The so-called heroine often lacks self-respect and is dense, weak and annoying. I'm no feminist, but where's your dignity girls!? Orange Marmalade is a sigh of relief. The main character may be confused and lonely, but she's no fool. I even found myself thinking, "I wish I could be friends with her."
While this manhwa is about vampires, don't expect something Twilight-esque. In my opinion, it transcends your typical vampire plot with its depth and unique perspective. It shows the pain and angst that prejudice can cause.
Also, the artwork is beyond words! Orange Marmalade is the most beautiful manga/manhwa I've ever read. It's all in color, so even if you don't find the plot interesting, it's worth reading for the art alone.
... Last updated on June 4th, 2013, 7:04pm
I just started reading this
and I'm currently on chapter 42 xD I've been reading it on my itouch on the Naver webtoon app and I must say, everything about this story is beast! i can just imagine this becoming a tv series in korea! sucks that it seems to be on hiatus :/
It's a really cute webtoon about a vampire girl trying to hide her vampire side and the tough obstacles she has to overcome like school, friends, family, boys and blood. It's slow but it's cute.