List of Vampire Knight chapters
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This is a list of volumes and chapters for the manga series Vampire Knight by Matsuri Hino. The first chapter premiered in the January 2005 issue of LaLa, where the series is still running. Every month on the 24th LaLa publishs another magazine with a new chapter of Vampire Knight. The individual chapters are being collected and published in tankōbon volumes by Hakusensha, with eleven volumes released in Japan as of December 2009. Vampire Knight was adapted into a twenty-six episode anime series by Studio Deen. The first season aired in Japan on TV Tokyo between April 7, 2008 and June 30, 2008, and the second, titled Vampire Knight Guilty, premiered on October 6, 2008. Two drama CDs and two Japanese light novels have also been created based on the manga series.
The series is licensed for an English language release in North America by Viz Media. In addition to publishing the individual volumes, the series is being serialized in Viz's Shojo Beat manga anthology. The first chapter was published in the July 2006 and it is still on-going. It is licensed for English release in Singapore by Chuang Yi. and the Chuang Yi editions are being reprinted in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment.
|No.||Japan release date||Japan ISBN||Australian/New Zealand
North American release date
North American ISBN
|1||July 10, 2005||ISBN 978-4-592-18301-3||February 10, 2007
January 2, 2007
|Yuki Cross goes on patrol, and spots two Day Class students trying to take pictures of the Night Class. One of them was hurt badly from falling, and Hanabusa Aido and Akatsuki Kain come to the scene after they smelled blood. Yuki tries to defend the two girls, but Aido is overcome in his hunger for blood and bites her hand, which had been cut on a branch previously. Zero Kiryu, the other guardian, appears and stops Aido, while Kaname Kuran, the President of the Night Class, gives them detention. Later on, Zero gets mysteriously ill and skips prefect duty on St. Xocolatl Day. It is revealed that Zero is actually a vampire, and that a Pureblood vampire had bitten him four years ago. He bites Yuki, overcome with his vampiric urges for blood. Afterwards he tries to run away from the Academy, but Yuki won't let him go. In the end, he gives her a gun, saying to shoot and kill him if he ever loses control of himself.|
|2||December 2, 2005||ISBN 978-4-592-18302-0||March 14, 2007
May 1, 2007
|Yuki and Zero go into town to do some shopping for the headmaster, and they are attacked by a fiendish vampire called a "Level E". Two Night Class students, Takuma Ichijo and Senri Shiki, come just on time and slay it, and invite Yuki and Zero to their dormitory at midnight to find out why they killed one of their own kind. So they go, and are both surprised when it is revealed that it was actually Ichijo's birthday party. Even Kaname attends, and he tells Yuki to sit beside him to be safe. There, Yuki learns that Kaname is one of the few remaining Pureblood vampires - vampires that inherited the powers from the original vampires themselves. Zero leaves, and Yuki finds him collapsed near the pool, and he tries to drink her blood for a second time. But before he can, a vampire hunter, and Zero's old master, named Toga Yagari shoots him. Zero is locked away in one of the Headmaster's rooms to recover, but Yuki realizes that he can recover quickly if he drinks human blood, so she lets him drink her blood.|
|3||April 5, 2006||ISBN 978-4-592-18303-7||April 10, 2007
October 2, 2007
|Kaname sinks into depression after finding out about Yuki and Zero's forbidden act. Ichijo's scary grandfather, Asato Ichijo (known as "Ichio") abruptly visits Cross Academy, claiming to be having a casual visit with his grandson, but he appears to have a hidden agenda with Kaname. Ichijo asks Yuki why Kaname is so depressed, which leads to multiple flashbacks about her past, from Yuki's arrival at the headmaster's house ten years ago, to four years ago when Zero first started living with her and the headmaster, to Yuki witnessing Kaname bite Ruka after she convinced him not to bite Yuki. Zero almost succumbs to drinking her blood while she's sleeping, Kaname witnesses the scene. Kaname tells Zero that the only reason why he's letting him live is because Zero won't betray her. Zero hunts down a level E serial killer who almost kills Yuki. A mysterious new Night Class student named Maria Kurenai arrives at Cross Academy. Zero pulls his gun out at her, having flashbacks about the woman who turned him into a vampire. Kaname tells Ichijo that these events are not coincidence, and that he has arranged it that way.|
|4||October 5, 2006||ISBN 978-4-592-18304-4||May 6, 2007
April 1, 2008
|Maria Kurenai walks around the school grounds during the day, and is followed by a flustered Ichijo. Yuki goes to talk to Maria, but Zero tells her to stay away from her. Kaname asks Maria why she has come to the academy, and she confirms that she is actually a Pureblood controlling the mind of the real Maria. Zero helps Yuki with her homework, but begins to act weird. He runs off to the Moon Dormitory, and he points his gun at Maria, who says that she has been waiting for him, and that she is really Shizuka Hio, the one who turned Zero into a vampire. Yuki goes to help Zero, but she is stopped by Kaname, who erases all of her memories of that night. She wakes up the next day, and when she sees Maria she remembers what had happened. She asks Maria what she did with Zero, and Maria tells Yuki that to save Zero, she would either have to give herself up, or kill Kaname for her. At the ball later that night, Yuki asks Kaname why he erased her memories, and he said that he only did it to protect her, and they hug. She apologizes, and runs to the Moon Dorm to give herself up to Maria. Maria's assistant, Ichiru, brings in her real body, and she switches her mind back to her original self, Shizuka Hio. She prepares to bite Yuki, but Zero comes in. He shoots her, and she walks away to tend to her wounds while her assistant fights Zero. It is revealed that her assistant is actually Zero's twin brother Ichiru. While Shizuka tends to her wounds, Kaname comes in and penetrates her heart with his hand, killing her to protect Yuki.|
|5||April 5, 2007||ISBN 978-4-592-18305-1||September 12, 2007
September 2, 2008
|Zero smells blood, and a panicking Ichiru runs to Shizuka's side. Kaname had disappeared, so Ichiru assumed that Zero was the one who killed Shizuka because he had shot her with his gun. Aido, who had been eavesdropping on Kaname and Shizuka, was the sole witness of her death. Ichiru flees angrily, vowing revenge against his twin brother Zero. The Night Class reports to the Vampire Senate that it was Zero who killed Shizuka Hio, and they send assassins to take care of him. Kaname interrupts, and stands against the Senate. He, Ichijo and Akatsuki Kain go to the Senate itself to testify for Zero, while Aido runs away to the Sun Dormitory because he was upset about witnessing Shizuka's death. After watching Zero drink Yuki's blood, however, he went back angrily. Later, a Day Class student collapses, with fang marks on her neck. Kaname openly suspects Zero, and Yuki shouts at him, saying that she won't talk to him again until he admits that Zero is innocent. Kaname discovers the culprit, while Zero has a vision of himself accidentally killing Yuki. Yuki asks him what's wrong, and he, rejoiced that she was still alive, leans in to kiss her, but backs away.|
|6||October 5, 2007||ISBN 978-4-592-18306-8||June 11, 2008
March 10, 2009
|Zero stops the kiss, saying that he had a bad dream. But Yuki had already figured out what he was trying to do, and she avoided him all day. She and her best friend Yori go shopping, and they are interrupted by a little boy, who asks Yuki to help him find his mother. She helps the little boy, and he leads her to an abandoned building. She sees that he has different colored eyes, one blue eye and one red eye, and he drains her energy. The Night Class discovers her unconscious, and takes her to safety. Ichijo explains that the abandoned building was being used for Vampire Banquet, hosted by Aido's father. Curious, she sneaks out, and sees all of the vampire parents introducing their daughters to Kaname. A female vampire, one of the last remaining Purebloods named Sara Shirabuki, tells them to leave Kaname alone, and she and Kaname talk. Yuki gets jealous and runs back into the room, where she starts to cry. Kaname comes in and asks her if she wants to become a vampire, and she says yes. But he claims that he didn't mean it, and takes her back home. During the long vacation, Yuki tries to find out her past, and goes with Zero and the headmaster to the Vampire Hunter Society. They find a book, but as soon as she turns to page containing the information she is looking for, the page sets itself on fire. Aido asks Kaname about his parents, and Kaname says that they were murdered. Back in Yuki's room, Yuki feels guilty about always dragging Zero into her problems and he bites her. When Yuki notices he is drinking more than usual, she tells him to stop and when he doesn't, she pushes him away. He then reveals that Yuki is the reason he is alive and he doesn't mind being dragged into her problems because he always drinks her blood even though that is a sin. She then cries in his arms for the rest of the night. At the same time, Shiki is taken to the Vampire Senate, where he meets the little boy with the different coloured eyes. The little boy collapses, and Shiki's father rises out of a pool of blood. It ends with the mysterious man asking Shiki to lend him his body.|
|7||April 5, 2008||ISBN 978-4-592-18307-5||October 10, 2008
August 4, 2009
|After the vacation ends, Yuki asks Kaname to tell her about her past, but he evades her questioning, and confesses his love for her. Zero, wanting to get some answers himself, goes to the Moon Dormitory and confronts Kaname. The two fight, and Zero ends up drinking Kaname's blood. In the meantime, Ichiru comes to the academy, ushered in by the Vampire Senate itself. Yuki asks Kaname once more about her past, and he says that he will tell her if she becomes his lover (as in girlfriend). The Night Class follows Yuuki around to protect her, and she has a picnic with Kaname. She demands, one last time, to know about her past, and she begins to have flashbacks. Overcome, she collapses. Ichijo and Shiki return to the academy, and they immediately confront Kaname. The man possessing Shiki confirms that he is really Kaname's uncle, Rido Kuran, and that he has come to take Yuki. Kaname tells Rido that he will never touch Yuki, and flees. Yuki wakes up and has a frightening hallucination, and she attacks Zero, who says that she can do whatever she wants to him because she is the victim, not him. She shoves him away, and cries. Kaname climbs in through her window, and takes her away. It ends with Kaname sinking his fangs into Yuki's neck.|
|8||October 10, 2008||ISBN 978-4-592-18308-2||February 10, 2009
November 3, 2009
|Kaname turns Yuki into a vampire, and Zero interrupts. He points his gun at Kaname in an angry rage, and prepares to shoot. But Yuki protects Kaname, declaring that he is her brother. She faints, and Kaname tells Zero that he would be happier if he was born as Yuki's real brother. He takes Yuki to the Moon Dormitory, and leaves Aido and Kain to take care of her while she goes through her transformation. In the meantime, Rima Toya confronts Rido, and they have a battle. Rido critically injures Rima, but she manages to ward him out of Shiki's body. Yuki wakes up and smells Rima's blood, scared at first that the scent of blood was Zero's. She, Aido and Kain go to the Sun Dormitory, and she goes to talk to Zero. He points his gun at the door and rejects her. Kaname goes to Rido's coffin, and opens it with Ichiru's help. He stabs a sword through his hand and Rido's body, giving Rido the blood he needs to regenerate. Ichiru asks why Kaname can't personally kill Rido, and Kaname reveals that he is actually the ancient ancestor of Kuran.|
|9||November 5, 2008||ISBN 978-4-592-18309-9||August 10, 2009
February 2, 2010
|Zero is imprisoned as Rido begins to revive slowly, and his army of Level E vampires approach the academy. Ichiru, fatally wounded, shoots Zero, and it is revealed that Ichiru was on Zero's side all along, and that he was plotting to kill Rido, the one who made Shizuka Hio murder their parents. Ichiru tells Zero to eat him to become stronger, and he reluctantly does. Kaname approaches Yuki and tells her that it is time to flee, but she refuses. She kisses him and tells him that she will be fine, so he leaves while she grabs her Artemis rod, which transforms into a giant scythe. Aido battles against the Level E vampires, and he sees Rido, who hypnotizes him to sacrifice himself to become Rido's food. Yuki jumps in and saves him, unaffected by Rido's controlling powers, being a Pureblood herself. She begins to battle her Uncle Rido, and Zero comes in, having developed a new power to control the metallic vines of Bloody Rose which has attached to his body. They both battle while Kaname goes to the Vampire Senate, and forces them all to brutally kill themselves by ripping off their heads. The battle with Rido ends as Yuki stabs him in the heart during a moment of weakness, and Zero blows him into tiny little fragments. Kaname goes to kill Ichio, but Ichijo steps in, wanting to kill Ichio himself. Back at Cross Academy, Zero tells Yuki that he intends to kill all of the Purebloods, including her. She tells him that she can not die yet, and raises her scythe, ready to fight.|
|10||June 5, 2009||ISBN 978-4-592-18310-5||December 10, 2009
June 1, 2010
|Zero contemplates his relationship with Yuki and eventually tells her that he wouldn't have minded if she had killed him. Meanwhile, Maria Kurenai spies on Kaname and witnesses his destruction of the Vampire Senate. She notifies her parents, who informs the rest of vampire society. At the academy, the headmaster battles the Vampire Hunters and kills the Association President. He is then arrested. At the fallen Senate building,Sara Shirabuki arrives to find an unconscious Takuma Ichijo, and she apprehends him to find out more about Kaname. Meanwhile, Kaname arrives back at the academy and gets into a fight with Zero, but Yuki stops it before Kaname could deliver the final blow to Zero. Kaname leaves them alone for a few minutes, and Zero kisses Yuki. They then go down their own separate paths, with Zero vowing to kill Yuki the next time they meet. Yuki reunites with Kaname and they both leave the Academy together, the both of them spotting Zero carrying Ichiru's body on their way. Later on, Aido, Ruka, and Kain are on the train so they can try to find Kaname and Yuki. Kain remembers some of his past experiences with Kaname and wonders to himself if the day when he'll walk down his own path will ever come.|
|11||December 4, 2009||ISBN 978-4-592-19131-5||February 24, 2010
December 7, 2010
|Ichijo wakes up and finds himself in the care of Sara Shirabuki, who saved his life after he tried sacrificing himself to kill Ichio. She asks him to tell her all he knows about Kaname, and she tears at his flesh when he refuses. Meanwhile, Yuki returns to the Kuran mansion with Kaname, and he admits all of his past wrongdoings to her. He tries to push her away, but she asks for him to taint her as well. They kiss and Kaname bites her. After that there is a one year time-skip, and the focus changes to Zero, who saves a little girl from being kidnapped by some ex-human vampires. He returns to his city apartment shortly after, and he is greeted by the headmaster, who was released from the Hunter Society. The headmaster informs Zero of a meeting that is about to take place between the Hunters and the vampires, with Zero as the future leader of the Hunter Society and Kaname as the future leader of the vampire society. Back at the Kuran mansion, Yuki studies with Aido, who is her teacher. During Kaname's absence, she craves both his and Zero's blood, and she wanders around the mansion confusedly. She feels guilty for having feelings for both Kaname and Zero, and she asks Kaname if she can stay by his side forever anyway. Meanwhile, the Hunters continue to set up for the meeting and the party afterwards, and Kain and Ruka visit the Hanadagi family to see if everything is fine. At the school, Zero's old friend Kaito is hired as a teacher, and he meets Yori. The Hunters and the vampires have their meeting, and afterwards Zero discovers that Kaito snuck Yori into the party. Kaito says that if the vampires notice there is a 'lamb' at the party and attack her, Zero will have the perfect excuse to kill Yuki.|
|12||July 5, 2010||ISBN 978-4-592-19132-2||October 19, 2010
June 7, 2011
|Yuki and Zero lock eyes, but they turn away from each other. Yori wanders around the ballroom, and Sara Shirabuki finds and talks to her. She tries to lure Yori away, but is stopped by Zero, who grabs her wrist. Yuki squeezes through the throng to get to the fracas, and she convinces Zero to let go of Sara. Zero takes Yori away, while Sara asks Yuki if she wants to be her friend. Kaname arranges for Yuki to meet privately with Yori and Zero, but Zero declines. At the party, Sara Shirabuki's Pureblood fiance, Ouri, goes missing, as well as a vampire hunter. A scent of blood suddenly fills the air, and Yuki goes to investigate while Kain finds the remains of the dead Pureblood hidden underneath a tablecloth. Yuki finds Zero and Kaien investigating the body of the dead hunter, who committed suicide after becoming a vampire. Yuki wants to find out the truth, but she is rushed out of the ballroom. Meanwhile, Sara and Ichijo leave, and Sara reveals to Ichijo that she turned the hunter into a vampire and forced her to kill Ouri for her. Sara declares that one day she will become Queen. At the mansion, Yuki meets with the crowd that had gathered outside, and she is punished by Kaname for being so careless. Both Yuki and Zero ponder on the incident at the ball, and Zero believes that it is just the beginning. Later on, Kaname gives Yuuki Artemis back, and Yuki decides to go out on her own. She is accompanied by Aido, and visits the Pureblood Isaya Shoto. She tells Shoto that since Kurans are the only Purebloods able to wield hunter weapons, she will personally end the lives of any Pureblood who wishes to die. Yuki leaves, and Kaien walks out of the curtains. He and Isaya were apparently friends for over fifty years. At the Dahlia Academy Girls School, Sara goes on a tour with Ichijo, and ends up turning a group of human girls into her vampire servants. Zero and Kaito go to investigate, but Sara insists that Zero cannot do anything to her because she turned them consensually. Back at the Kuran mansion, Kaname sits on a coffin while talking to Rido, who barely managed to survive. Kaname asks Rido why he sacrificed Haruka and Juri's baby, who was also named Kaname like him.|
|13||December 3, 2010||ISBN 978-4-592-19133-9||May 10, 2011
October 4, 2011
|Zero gets a few days off and visits his family's graves. Yuki stops by the cemetery to visit her old nurse and runs into trouble when another Pureblood, Toma, attacks her, Yuki is badly injured, but Zero enters the scene and scares away the Pureblood. When Yuki falls unconscious, Zero takes her to a hunter safe house to recover with Aido trailing them. Yuki awakens and almost bites Zero. Kaname's bats take Yuki back home, and Kaname finally reveals he is not her brother. Yuki drinks Kaname's blood and receives the memories of his awakening and his distant past as the ancestor. Kaname's past reveals the rise of vampires after a global cataclysm ten thousand years ago, and the trouble caused by the rising number of vampires turning humans into their servants and bringing them under their control. Yuki sees the woman that Kaname used to love. Meanwhile, Aido is captured by the Hunter Society in the hopes that he can reveal important information about Kaname. Zero and Aido discuss the origins of the Vampire Hunters; a female Pureblood sacrificed herself to give the original Vampire Hunters their powers. Kaname's memories reveal that the woman he cared about was the one who sacrificed herself.|
|14||June 3, 2011||ISBN 978-4-592-19134-6||October 10, 2011
July 3, 2012
|Yuki witnesses the origins of the Vampire Hunters in Kaname's memories before waking up. Meanwhile, Sara Shirabuki kidnaps the president of a pharmaceutical company, and Ichijo is made aware of the fact that she is slowly creating a legion of obedient ex-human vampires. Kaname and Yuki decide to start their relationship over from the beginning. Despite Yuki's protests, Kaname leaves the mansion to do what he says he had hesitated to do. Yuki tails Kaname, and ends up encountering Kaien Cross and Aido. Sara Shirabuki, using the power she obtained from Ouri, breaks into the Hanadagi family's castle and steals the heart of the Head of the family. Hanadagi attempts to eat Aido's father to regain his strength, but Hanadagi is murdered by Kaname. Yuki, Aido, and Kaien enter the castle just as Kaname decapitates Aido's father, to their surprise. Kaname says that he is done hesitating, and apologizes to Yuuki before turning into bats and flying away. Yuki chases after him, but Kaien prevents her from leaving. Kaname is labeled as a dangerous vampire by the Hunter's Association, and Yuki, as Kaname's fiancee, is taken into their custody.|
|15||December 5, 2011||ISBN 978-4-592-19135-3||November 6, 2012||ISBN 978-1-4215-4947-7|
|Yuki is taken to the headquarters of the Hunter Society. There, she is questioned by Cross and Yagari, but she refuses to disclose any information about Kaname. Kaito takes a wounded child back to the headquarters, and Yuki is given permission to help find the culprit. Afterwards, Yuki visits members of the vampire aristocracy to introduce herself as the new head of the Kuran family. Yuki declares that she wants to re-establish the Night Class at Cross Academy, and Shiki, Rima, and Aido collaborate with her to bring it into fruition. Sara Shirabuki decides that she wants to enter the new Night Class with her servants. Meanwhile, as the new Night Class arrives at Cross Academy, Kaname kills the Head of the Hio family. Yuki hears of trouble going on in town, and she, Zero, and Maria go to stop it. Maria tells Yuki that she wants Zero for herself. Yuki talks with Ichijo about Kaname, but Sara uses her spider familiar to spy on them. Sara intervenes in their conversation just as Ichijo warns Yuki about the new blood tablets that are about to go on the market. Yuki has troubles containing her thirst for blood, so Zero takes Yuki to a secluded area where she can drink his blood.|
|16||May 2, 2012||ISBN 978-4-592-19136-0||March 5, 2013||ISBN 978-1-4215-5154-8|
|Yuki drinks Zero's blood. Later, Cross mentions how Zero is no longer in a rush to kill Kaname, and Zero claims it is because of Kaname's decision to kill off all of the Purebloods. Kaname, along with Ruka and Kain, attempt to assassinate Isaya Shoto. However, he is intercepted by Cross, who aims his sword at Kaname. Kaname claims that he will crush anyone who gets in his way, including Cross. While Cross is gone, Yagari tells Zero and Yuki that the rest of the Vampire Hunters support Kaname in his quest to eliminate the Purebloods. Kaname tells Cross that his next target is Sara Shirabuki. Meanwhile, at Cross Academy, the vampires begin acting strangely due to the brand new blood tablets. Yuki confronts Sara and she admits that she created the new blood tablets using her own blood. Two vampires under the influence of Sara's contaminated tablets attack Yuki, and Yuki discovers that her own blood works as an antidote. Yuki starts confiscating the new blood tablets, while Sara tells Zero a secret. Later, Yuki discovers from Hanadagi's former servant that Sara was the one who attacked him. Before she can react, Zero tells Yuki that he won't let her lay her hands on Sara. Zero tells Yuki the secret that Sara shared with him - that Kaname was responsible for orchestrating the death of Zero's family - just as Kaname arrives at Cross Academy.|
Chapters not yet collected in tankōbon
- 79th Night: "Fissure"
- 80th Night: "Love Confession"
- 81st Night: "The Crowd That Has Her Weapon"
- 82nd Night: "Invasion Into the Association"
- 83rd Night: "Bonds"
- 84th Night: "The Arrogant King and the Conceited Queen"
- 85th Night: "I Will Succeed You"
- 86th Night: "Pursuer"
- 87th Night: "Masquerade Night"
- 88th Night: "Determination at Age 17"
- 89th Night: "A Night to End a Thousand Nights"
- 90th Night: "Falling With You"
- 91st Night: "The Birds Who Have Forgotten the Song of Happiness"
- 92nd Night: "Proof of Knighthood"
- 93rd Night: "The Last Night Vampire Knight"
This incomplete list is frequently updated to include new information.
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