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Omae ga Sekai o Kowashitai nara  
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Koizumi Kanna is infatuated with the man who came to the restaurant she works at and ordered a burger with no onions. Little does she know, Toujou Ren is interested in her as well, but for a different reason. Kanna just so happens to be the mirror image of a woman he knew a very long time ago. It is for that reason that he saves her when she nearly dies in a car accident. But the life he gives Kanna is far different from the one she lived before, and she's not certain it's the kind she wants...


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Если ты хочешь вырваться из этого мира
If You Wanna Destroy the World
If You Want to Destroy the World
Omae ga Sekai wo Kowashitai nara
Vampire Girl

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Latest Release(s)
v.3 c.14-17 (end) by Vampire Knights (3020d ago)
v.2 c.12-17 (end) by Storm in Heaven (3020d ago)
v.2 c.11 by Storm in Heaven (3033d ago)
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Status in Country of Origin
3 Volumes (Tankoubon - Complete)
2 Volumes (Bunkoban - Complete)

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User Rating
Average: 7.9 / 10.0 (484 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.82 / 10.0
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Last Updated
February 6th 2015, 6:48pm PST



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Original Publisher
Shodensha (2003)
Sony Magazines (1999)

Serialized In (magazine)
Kimi to Boku (Sony Magazines)

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English Publisher
Jmanga (Defunct)

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Weekly Pos #833 increased(+81)
Monthly Pos #1200 increased(+192)
3 Month Pos #1310 decreased(-27)
6 Month Pos #1351 increased(+82)

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If you wanna break out this world   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by rindtron
June 29th, 2007, 11:49pm
The series starts of relatively normally but it quickly gets dark and it's definitely different from most other manga out there.

What I like best about this is that it tells you the story but lets you draw your own conclusions though in that sense it is harder to understand it instantly.

For those who want something light, funny and easy to read, don't bother with this manga. This isn't anything like any of those things. This manga makes you think hard.

It's creepy, morbid, beautiful and utterly addictive.
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Very nice   
Rating: N/A
by Argentsylph
May 31st, 2007, 8:34pm
This manga is very refreshing; the artwork is nice but not distracting. Instead, we get to focus on the thrilling and very interesting plot. There's a lot of psychological drama, and this story is a new look on the lives of modern day vampires.

Note: There are TWO volumes in the original Japanese edition (used by SiH), but THREE in the Chinese edition (which VK is using) because there are 17 chapters total, and the chinese publishers decided to break it up into 3 volumes.
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A pretty good read   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by Mikhael
December 30th, 2014, 2:16am
The first few chapters might be boring, but the later chapters are actually rewarding. The story has a really dark ambiance on it filled with mind-boggling twists. Not suitable for "typical sparkly shoujo-readers". But, a definite must-try.

... Last updated on December 30th, 2014, 2:17am
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Starter off really interesting   
Rating: N/A
by VampireBanana
July 3rd, 2007, 12:10am
Started off really interesting, however, the sub-plots were a little clumsily delivered and the pacing was a bit slow. By the time I read chapter 9, I was so bored with the manga.

What pity though that the art was good but the plot so-so.
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Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by nanakijo
June 16th, 2014, 1:12am
This author always be able to catch my eyes with such flawless style of art, not just this specific manga. But, even though I like tragedy, this manga left me with a sad and frustrated feeling, felt like I was so helpless to their sorrows.
.....that part when the kid (oh may I say God) was playing with the ball which represents for the fate of Ren and Cecil was a little strange for a vampire manga and quite enjoyable, but, still... Don't you think you should give them a chance?
So many times, for all the tears and blood they shed, for all what they've been through.. A little chance couldn't be that much of an ask right?
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Interesting Yet Rushed   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by Belladreams
February 20th, 2012, 11:55pm
The First 10 chapters/Stories where pretty good, but once things started to really open up boom the end. I Would say read this i really liked it even tho it was rushed in the end. Really wish it had time to really play itself out properly tho. I say its an an 8, because of the approach and the elements. Loved the simplistic beautiful art. Took away two points for sudden ending. I will say that i was not left with a wanting feeling that other open ended stories tend to live you with.
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Agitating and original   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Zoya-chan
June 23rd, 2008, 6:55am
Vampires, love, dark secrets, crime and punishment... This manga includes everything which makes you think. You will be surprised if you read it and you'll be also depressed, especially if you read it to the end. The story is more than an average vampire story full of clichés because it depicts well a very interesting and difficoult relationship between immortals (who can die and hurt easily indeed). The emphasis lays on the personality and the past of the main characters and is very detailed, though, I didn't get bright answers to all of my questions at the end of the manga.

... Last updated on June 23rd, 2008, 7:00am
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not too bad   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by dreamerondrugs
May 22nd, 2008, 9:17pm
if you like dark psychological mangas this will be the drug that sucks you in.

it talks about life, revenge and death alot...the plot was orginal and you could almost feel their suffering. however everything was explained far too vaguely. the pieces of the puzzle weren't placed properly in the ending.

i assume that the meaning of the ending implies the re carnation of the roles of wana and ren have switched...but that does not explain anything! does it mean the revenge killing spree is over? then whats with the 'next time i will kill you first' thing. is the mangka seriously suggesting that the live to kill each other (-__-"")?!
i thought they deeply loved each other.
i also dont understand how the death of the police and his sister is relevant to any part of the story either. or why the sister talked to ren before dying...

i think in the end it felt like the mangka had not made her point clear and had no idea what she was talking reference to the meaning of life, death and their recarnation...

... Last updated on May 23rd, 2008, 5:36pm
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Aren't there 3 volumes?   
Rating: N/A
by ubernoob
December 27th, 2006, 3:46pm
Not to be a nitpicker, but I'm pretty sure there are 3 volumes to this series. I only found out when I read the ch11 release, realized it wasn't the end, and started looking for info...
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Perfectly, beautifully, tragically lovely.   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Akalia
September 6th, 2015, 9:28pm
This manga left me dumbstruck. It's one of those stories that leaves you sitting there reevaluating the whole meaning of your existence for a half hour after you read the last page.

It's dark. It's provoking. It's tragic. It's romantic. It's fantasy. And yet it all seems very real to me, not in superficial content, but philosophically. As much as I hate philosophy, this story had me desperately dancing around the idea of fate and destiny, trying to decide if I liked the idea this story projects, despite how much it terrifies me to think about it.

If you want a simple, sappy love story, walk away. If you want happy feelings and moe flowers, walk away. If you want to read a shallow romance that can be found in any number of other shoujo mangas, WALK AWAY.

But if you want a story that has you pondering why exactly you are here in this world, and how love is almost never perfect or reasonable, and what is the overall effect your choices could have on an entire world, this is for you.

I don't care if you don't care about all that stuff. If you read this story, and I mean really READ it, don't just take it at face value and give up as soon as something doesn't seem to make sense, if you really read it and try to understand it all, then your mind will explode with all the thoughts streaming through your head. Or you'll sit there staring blankly at the floor because the sheer psychological aspect leaves you drained and speechless and thoughtless after the ending unexpectedly hits you with its full force.

This might seem a bit over dramatic, but I'm just describing my reactions after reading it the first time, and then again a second, and both times had a profound affect on my being, just in a different way from each other. Honestly, the first time left me with a sense of dread, left me wondering about what exactly I just read and how it pertained to me. It made me think about something I never thought I COULD think about. It started my quest for other stories that would leave me dangling over a psychological coma-inducing cliff. I never found one quite like this. So I read it again, and the force of the message hit me even harder, the things that kind of confused me the first time (even though I sort of put everything together, I still had a few loose ends) suddenly clicked and landed on me like a thousand pound bag of bricks. And I couldn't move, and I was thrilled and exhilerated and filled with a pleasant sort of fear and sadness. And it was so much that my brain shut down and I couldn't form a coherent thought for a good 10 minutes.

And who knows, maybe I'm just a psychology junkie who resents mainstream romance, even though I read it more often than anything else. Maybe my psychological and philosophical roller coaster ride is more than most of you want to deal with. Maybe I'm just weird. But I know I can't be the only one who is mentally understimulated by most works of fiction out there, and it is with those people who are like me that I want to share this story.

P.S. To those of you who are confused by the little boy with the ball, I assure you, it is very relevant to the overall story. If you can't understand it, just LOOK AT THE BIGGER PICTURE. Or read it again. Everything might just click the second time around like it did for me.

... Last updated on September 6th, 2015, 9:35pm
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