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is a Japanese shōjo manga series written by Matsuri Hino.
The series premiered in the January 2005 issue of La La magazine and has officially ended.
Chapters were collected and published in collected volumes by Hakusensha, concluding with nineteen volumes released in Japan.
The manga series is licensed in English by Viz Media, who has released all nineteen volumes.
The English adaptation premiered in the July 2006 issue of Viz's Shojo Beat magazine, with the collected volumes being published on a quarterly basis.
Two drama CDs were created for the series, as well as a twenty-six episode anime adaptation.
Produced by Studio Deen, the anime series' first season aired in Japan on TV Tokyo between April 8, 2008, and July 1, 2008.
The second season, aired on the same station from October 7, 2008, to December 30, 2008.
The anime adaptations were licensed for release in North America by Viz Media, the DVD released on July 20, 2010.Yuki's earliest memory is of a stormy night in winter, where she was attacked by a rogue vampire and rescued by Kaname Kuran, a Pureblood vampire.Now ten years later, Yuki Cross, the adopted daughter of the headmaster of Cross Academy, Kaien Cross, has grown up and become a guardian of the vampire race, protecting her childhood crush, Kaname, from discovery as he leads a group of vampires at the elite boarding school.At her side is Zero Kiryu, a childhood friend whose hatred for the creatures that destroyed everything he held dear leaves him determined never to trust them.This coexisting arrangement seems all well and good, but have the vampires truly renounced their murderous ways, or is there a darker truth behind their actions? The price of misplaced trust may even be worse than death.Should Yuki truly find out what was in her past, is the truth going to hurt her worse than not knowing?The first chapter of Matsuri Hino's Vampire Knight premiered in the January 2005 issue of La La.The individual chapters were collected and published in tankōbon volumes by Hakusensha, in nineteen volumes which were released in Japan.The series is licensed for an English language release in North America by Viz Media.In addition to publishing the individual volumes, the series was serialized in Viz's Shojo Beat manga anthology from the July 2006 issue until the magazine was discontinued after the August 2009 issue.It is licensed for English release in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment, which released fifteen volumes.