For as nerdy as it may sound, I remember I used to collect volumes and volumes of different series. It was a rampaging addiction, but it doesn’t surprise me now that I'm older because I remember feeding on these graphic novels since 4th grade. I guess it ended all after I graduated from high school, not that it didn't matter anymore to me, but I remember savoring stacks of different volumes from different series I loved in a corner of Borders when I was only able to go once or twice a month since I lived quite far away from the bookstore. So I just fed on what little "good" material I could get my hands on at a small shop in Ponce called "News Dream and Superheroes", which closed a little after I got into high school.
I usually ordered different series by catalogue, but they arrived months after, so I just settled with whatever they had in stock. Anyway, I guess I decided to randomly start to explore a bit more around the things I used to like with passion, maybe it’ll be vehicle to start gaining interest in other things.
This graphic novel caught my attention last saturday browsing with Saki a few books to just chill around while we waited for some friends to go see a movie, which we ended up not going at all. Still it caught my attention seeing as I have quite a selective eye for colors and my perseption of them. When I picked it up from the shelf my sight quickly registered an aristocrat style. I'm a sucker for victorian esque and aristocrat fashions. So I quickly gained interest on the book. (*the kind of reader that falls for flashy cover art)
So this graphic novel is about vampire siblings (*cliche much) that survive through their existence with human blood in order to live life under the sun. They're very selective about whom they'll feed on for some reason, but I guess the interesting part of it all is that they're a single person that shifts sex to it's convenience. The plot does seem repetitive enough, but I guess I'll give it a chance seeing as I've only went through the fist 30 pages. Which is basically nothing with all the graphic content.
I provided a link with a review if you'd like to see it, I'm just updating my journal since I didn't have my first period at the university ;D
I'll keep posting if I find anything else, seeing as the series isn't yet available to download anywhere :/
So if you find anything about it I'd appreciate the info :)