In the title of the twenty-fourth compilation volume of the manga of Takaya Kagami and illustrated by Yamato Yamamoto, Owari no Seraph ((Seraph of the End: Vampire Rule) it has been confirmed that the literary franchise has exceeded twelve million cumulative copies in circulation (including digital copies).

Kagami and Yamamoto publish the manga in the magazine Jump SQ from the publisher Shueisha since September 2012. The publisher published the twenty-second compiled volume in October, followed by the twenty-third in February 2021 in Japan. The piece has inspired a number of light novels that focus on the character Guren Ichinose and were written by Takaya Kagami and illustrated by Yamato Yamamoto. The manga also inspired a 24-part anime adaptation of WIT Studio, Headed by Daisuke Tokudo and scripts written by Hiroshi seko, published April 2015.

Owari no Seraph Synopsis

In 2012, the world ended due to a man-made virus that devastated the world's population, leaving only children under the age of 13 intact. At this time, the vampires emerged from their eternal rest and decided to subjugate the remaining population of the earth and offer them "shelter" below the surface. But this "protection" comes at a price, which is "donating blood" to the kidnappers without anyone knowing that they are actually vampires.

At the age of twelve, Yuuichirou and his friend and orphan colleague Mikaela plan an escape with the other children from the Hyakuya orphanage. However, this resulted in her death and the sacrifice of Mikaela to ensure Yuuichirou's escape. He is rescued by members of the Moon Demon Squad, an extermination unit of the Imperial Japanese Demon Army. Four years later, Yuuichirou devotes his life to murdering vampires and taking revenge on them for killing his family.

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