Picked up something fairly new last week, found it a good read, and noted a lack of discussion on it.
Note the operative word, Read. The recent Anime by SHAFT? Well, the mangaka is on record as explicitly letting them chuck the storyline and giving them free reign but I call it an error.
TVTropes has a good summary:Not only do we get the obvious bloody brawls (Special Forces Teams < Vampire Maids and Werewolf Bodyguards) and almost-as-bloody politics, but interestingly deep character studies and yes even romance 'twixt a slightly schitz vampire queen and a young japanese/german werewolf with a traumatic past who was just living a normal high school life when summoned to pledge fealty to her.Out of the blue, Japan finds itself host to a new "mini-nation" inside of the Bund, an artificial island off the coast. Mina Tepes, heiress of the Tepes Dynasty of Vampires, announces to the world that Vampires exist, she has paid off Japan's national debt, and that they are choosing to live in peace inside the Bund from now on.
But they are not going away.
Of course there is a warning. The fanservice, esp. the loli fanservice (it is mathematically impossible for Mina to be younger than her mid 20s, and odds are she is at least double that, but the woman looks twelve at best) is inescapable.