This is an ongoing series so this review is likely to contain spoilers for the previous volumes and of course the current one I'm writing about.
Once again this picks up just after volume eleven where not only are the Moon Demon Company, Shinoa Squad on the run from the vampires but also the humans. They've found out that they have simply been pawns in a much larger game. Firstly, experimented on with the bonding of their demon weapons and then latterly planned to be used as sacrifices. In this Guren plays a strange part and we don't quite know what he's thinking about. Aside from the fact that Yu notes he was crying during the encounter.
This volume added a real greyness to the entire series, not dissimilar to that of Tokyo Ghoul. Who are the real monsters? Vampires or humans?
I would like to point out that despite him being a Class A tool, Ferid Bathory steals every scene he's in. What a character. He proposes, along with Crowley Eusford that they join up with the Shinoa Squad and become their 'new best friends' and to sweeten the deal brought along a rather interesting hostage...or rather part of one.
The only person in this series that seems to be playing a truly honest game is Yu and he's on the verge of going full blow demon!
There's no point ever trying to guess what's going on here.
Name: Seraph of the End Volume Twelve
Author(s): Takaya Kagami
Publisher: Viz Media
Have you read Seraph of the End?
What did you think?
Thank you for reading,