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Aniplex of America Original network MBS, Original run January 7, 2017 – March 25, 2017 Episodes 12 + OVA Blue Exorcist (: 青の 祓魔師 （ エクソシスト ）,: Ao no Ekusoshisuto) is a Japanese series written and illustrated by Kazue Katō. The manga has been serialized in magazine by since April 2009, with individual chapters collected into twenty-two volumes as of November 2, 2018. The story revolves around, a teenager who discovers he and his twin brother are the sons of born from a human woman, and he is the inheritor of Satan's powers.
When Satan kills their guardian, Rin enrolls at True Cross Academy to become an exorcist under Yukio's tutelage in order to defeat his father. The series was adapted into an television series by in 2011 and into an anime film ( Ao no Exorcist Gekijouban) in December 2012. Has licensed the for North American production, with the first volume released in April 5, 2011. Also released the anime's DVDs in English regions. A second season, titled Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga, premiered on January 7, 2017. The series has been well received by readers with sales having received a boost thanks to the anime's release. Publications for manga and anime compared the series with other manga but still praised the series' story and artwork.
Contents. Synopsis Setting The world of Blue Exorcist consists of two dimensions, attached to each other as a mirror and its reflection.
The first is the material world where humans live, ( 物質界), and the other is ( 虚無界 （ ゲヘナ ）), the world of demons, which is ruled. Originally, a journey between the worlds, or even a contact between them, is impossible. However, any demon is able to pass to the dimension of Assiah through the possession of a living being in it. Even so, in history there are demons wandering among humans and only those who can see are those who have had direct contact with a demon of any level. In contrast, there are those called Exorcists, people who train to destroy demons who act in a damaging manner in Assiah.
With more than two thousand years of existence, this group has several branches all over the world, being secretly under the command of the itself and acting in a subterfuge way to the masses. See also: The story revolves around, who, along with his younger twin, was raised by Father, an Exorcist. One day, Rin learns that he and Yukio are the sons of Satan. Witnessing Shiro dying to protect him, Rin draws the demon-slaying sword Kurikara ( 倶利伽羅), which restrains his demonic powers. From that moment on, Rin not only gains demonic features like fangs and a tail, but also the power to ignite into blue flames that destroy almost anything he touches. Rin wishes to become an Exorcist like his guardian to become stronger and to defeat Satan. He enrolls at the prestigious True Cross Academy ( 正十字学園, Sei Jūji Gakuen), an exorcist cram school, which is actually the Japanese branch of the ( 正十字騎士團), an international organization dedicated to protect Assiah (human realm) from the Gehenna (demonic realm).
Much to his surprise, Rin finds that Yukio is already a veteran Exorcist and is one of his teachers. Thus begins Rin's journey to become an Exorcist, accompanied by his brother and his fellow students who quickly become his close friends. Production Kazue Kato took inspiration from the 2005 film, as she tried to work the angle of brothers fighting against monsters into a story.
She eventually decided on making the story about demons and exorcists, thus conceiving Blue Exorcist. Due to exorcists being the main idea of the story, the manga features a lot of Biblical references. In an interview with, Kato said: 'I should not run away from these references if I'm working in the Exorcist genre.' An ending was planned by Kato but the exact length of the series has yet to be decided based on the manga's popularity in Japan. Media Manga. See also: The chapters of the Blue Exorcist series are written and illustrated by Kazue Kato and have been serialized by in the monthly since April 2009. The first volume was released on August 4, 2009; eighteen volumes have been released as of December 31, 2016.
The of the manga was first featured in the September 2008 issue of and was titled Miyamauguisu House Case ( 深山鶯邸事件, Miyamauguisu-tei Jiken). The series was licensed by for release in North America, with the first volume released on April 5, 2011; twenty volumes have been released as of October 2, 2018 and a 21st volume is scheduled for January 1, 2019. Blue Exorcist has also been released as part of the imprint starting April 5, 2011.
In 2016, Kazue stated, 'I think there might be four more arcs. I have a rough storyline complete for the ending, but I haven’t figured out all of the details. I have a few things where I’m not sure what to decide to do.' The series is also licensed in France by, with the first volume released on May 27, 2010, and in Poland. A spin-off focused on Rin's brother Yukio is running on Jump SQ.19, titled Salaryman Exorcist: The Sorrows of Yukio Okumura ( サラリーマン祓魔師 奥村雪男の哀愁, Salaryman Futsumashi Okumura Yukio no Aishū). It is also written by Kazue Kato, but with illustrations by Minoru Sasaki. See also: An adaption for the manga was announced on November 27, 2010 on 's official website.
The anime was produced by with Hitoshi Okamura as the producer. Originally, the series was scheduled to air on April 10, 2011 on, replacing; however, due to the March 11, 2011 the series' broadcast was delayed until April 17, 2011. The anime ended on October 2, 2011. The opening theme for the first 12 episodes is 'Core Pride' by Japanese rock band, while the opening theme from episode 13 onwards is 'In My World' by Japanese rock band ROOKiEZ is PUNK'D. The ending theme for the first 12 episodes is 'Take Off' by South Korean boy band, while the ending theme from episode 13 through episode 25 is 'Wired Life' by Japanese singer.
Aniplex announced they would simulcast the series in North America through video sites, and starting on April 20, 2011. Released Blue Exorcist on DVD in four sets, starting by releasing the first DVD on October 18, 2011. An was released in 2011, called Ao No Exorcist: Kuro no Iede. The series began broadcasting in the United States and Canada on 's online network, on October 2, 2012. The series began airing on 's block on February 23, 2014 and finished airing on August 10, 2014. Free genogram programs.
After six years, a second season titled Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga was announced in June 2016 and premiered on January 7, 2017. Koichi Hatsumi directed the sequel, while Toshiya Ōno wrote the scripts, Keigo Sasaki designed the characters, and Hiroyuki Sawano and Kohta Yamamoto composed the series' soundtrack. A-1 Pictures returned to produce the animation. It was also announced that there would be five new characters in the sequel.
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The opening theme song was 'Itteki no Eikyō' ( 一滴の影響, lit. 'Drop's Influence') by Uverworld, while the ending theme song was 'Kono Te de' ( コノ手デ, lit. 'With This Hand') by Rin Akatsuki. The first anime series contains an anime-exclusive story arc starting in episode 16.
The original ending contained within the first season's final nine episodes is retconned in the second season, with the anime story timeline once again following the narrative of the manga. The second season adapts volumes 5 through 9 of the manga. Movie A movie titled Blue Exorcist: The Movie was released on December 28, 2012 in Japan. The English dub cast reprised their roles for the movie. Other A stage play based on the series titled Live Act Ao no Exorcist Mashin no Rakuin ran for nine performances at the Nippon Seinenkan hall in Tokyo's Shinjuku ward from May 11 to 17 during 2012.
Satoshi Owada directed and wrote scripts for the play. Main characters Rin and Yukio Okumura were portrayed by Ryou Kimura and respectively. A light novel titled Ao no Exorcist: Weekend Hero was written by Aya Yajima and illustrated by Kato. It was released by Shueisha on September 2, 2011. A for, Ao no Exorcist: Genkoku no Labyrinth was released on April 26, 2012. Reception As of November 2016, Blue Exorcist has sold over 15 million copies.
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The manga has been popular in Japan with the seventh volume receiving first print run of one million copies becoming the first Jump Square manga to reach such milestone. The release of the anime also drastically increased the manga's sales to the point that Shueisha decided to increase the print run for the seventh volume. Critics have praised the Blue Exorcist manga with Comic Book Bin reviewer Leroy Douresseaux feeling the first volume had potential, enjoying the comedy in the work and the characters and their interactions, recommending it to teen readers.
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Danica Davidson from Otaku USA felt that while the series employs disturbing storytelling, Rin's heroic traits despite being Satan's son make the plot more appealing to the readers. Kato's artwork has been praised by Anime News Network's Carlo Santos for the way each character has distinct traits while background images are well designed. Despite noting that the story uses several, Carl Kimlinger from the same site emphasized how the execution was well-performed, resulting in entertaining episodes, especially its fight scenes, which were noted to be one of the anime's strongest points. References.