The immortal vampire's story is told no more.
Seven Seas has confirmed to TheOASG that Rose Ishikawa’s My Pathetic Vampire Life has ended. Announced as a license acquisition two years ago, two volumes of the series have been released in print, and it was announced for an upcoming digital release April 14.
The publisher has confirmed the author ended the series at volume 2, though various listings (or searches online) had an additional volume release, so there can be no further releases of the series.
Summary of the title from Seven Seas’ description:
Koide was turned into a vampire at the age of sixteen—one hundred and thirty-three years ago. Now, poor Koide is trapped in an eternal loop of the same old homework, the same boring lectures and meaningless tests, and an ever-unquenchable thirst for blood. Koide has repeated his uneventful sophomore year of high school one hundred and thirty-three times, and now, in his one hundred and thirty fourth year, he doesn’t expect things to change—and is frankly too bored to care.
But his classmates this year seem a little different than before. They’re thrilled to have a vampire in their midst, and are eager to do whatever they can to help. Will “134” be Koide’s lucky number or is that just wishful thinking?