Love Of Kill Volume 08 Has Comedy, Violence and Bromance [Manga]

Love Of Kill Volume 08, from Yen Press, begins at the end of one mystery regarding Ryang-Ha Song and Chateau Noble’s history. But the past is far from complete. Created by Fe, with translation by Eleanor Ruth Summers and lettering by Chiho Christie, this volume has another mystery, unlikely pairings, and some comedic relief. For fans of the action, not to worry; Love Of Kill Volume 08 does not skimp on the bloodshed while still giving readers a story—and pair—to cheer on. 

Love of Kill Volume 07 Review

Love Of Kill Volume 07 by Fe with translations by Eleanor Ruth Summers and lettering by Chiho Christie may be 90% flashback, but I still could not put this manga down. Yen Press put out a terrific manga because I love the chemistry between Ryang-Ha and Chateau. Ryang-Ha may seem comical and clingy, but he is also deadly, and he compliments Chateau’s chilly personality. I love Fe’s work because the characters stand out from looks to mannerisms, and the story is a page-turner.