Blue Exorcist is a Japanese dark fantasy manga series written and drawn by Kazue Kato. The story revolves around Rin Okumura, a teenager who discovered that he and his twin brother Yukio were Satan’s sons born of a human woman and he was the heir to Satan’s power. When Satan kills his guardian, Lin enrolls in the True Cross Academy and, under Yukio’s guidance, pays demons to defeat his father, Satan.
Published in Shueisha’s Jump Square magazine from April 2009, and as of July 2021, each chapter is summarized in 27 volumes. Viz Media licensed the manga for production in North America, and Volume 1 was released in April 2011. Aniplex of America has also released an anime DVD in the English-speaking world. This series was produced by A-1 Pictures and was adopted in the anime TV series that aired from April to October 2011. The animated movie “Blue Exorcist: Movie”, was first released in December 2012. The second season titled “Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga” was broadcast from January to March 2017. With the release of the anime, sales have increased and it has been highly evaluated by readers. Manga and anime publications compared the series with other shonen manga, praising the series.
Manga: Blue Exorcist was written and drawn by Kazue Kato. The one-off chapter entitled “Miyamaguisu Family Incident” was first published on August 4, 2008, at Shueisha’s Jump Square. Blue Exorcist has been featured in Jump Square since April 4, 2009. Shueisha has compiled each chapter into a book. Volume 1 was released on August 4, 2009. As of July 2, 2021, 27 volumes have been published.
The spin-off series “Salaryman Exorcist: Yukio Okumura’s Sadness” centered on Rin’s young
The brother, Yukio, Saku Kato, and Minoru Sasaki’s illustrations began with a jump. April 19, 2013. After the magazine was finished publishing on February 19, 2015, the series was moved to Jump Square. The series ended on April 3, 2020. The chapter has been summarized in four book volumes released between February 4, 2015, and June 4, 2020.
Animation: On November 27, 2010, the animation of the manga was announced on the official website of Shueisha’s Jump Square. The anime is produced by A-1 Pictures with Hitoshi Okamura as the producer. The series was originally scheduled to air on MBS on April 10, 2011, replacing star driver Kagayaki’s tact. However, due to the 2011 Pacific coast Tohoku Earthquake and tsunami, the series was postponed until April 17, 2011. The anime ended on October 2, 2011.
The opening theme of the first 12 episodes is “Core Pride” of Japanese rock band Uverworld, and the opening theme of episode 13 “In My World” is PUNK’D of Japanese rock band ROOKiEZ. .. The ending theme for the first 12 episodes is “Take Off” by Korean boy band 2 PM, and the ending theme for episodes 13 to 25 is “Wired Life” by Japanese singer Meisa Kuroki.
Aniplex announced on April 20, 2011, that it will broadcast the series simultaneously on video sites Hulu, Crunchyroll, Anime News Network, and Netflix in North America. Aniplex of America has released Blue Exorcist on four sets of DVDs, starting with the release of the first DVD on October 18, 2011. In 2011, an OVA titled Blue Exorcist: Black Exorcist was released. The series aired on October 2, 2012, on Viz Media’s online network Neon Alley in the United States and Canada. The series aired on February 23, 2014, on the Toonami block of Adult Swim and ended on August 10, 2014. 6 years later, the second season, titled Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga, was announced in June 2016 and premiered on January 7, 2017. The sequel is directed by Hatsumi, written by Toshiya Ohno, designed by Keigo Sasaki, and composed by Hiroyuki Sawano and Kota Yamamoto. A-One frame was returned to create the animation. It was also announced that five new characters will appear in the sequel. The opening theme song is Uverworld’s “Itteki no Eikyou”, and the ending theme song is Akatsuki Rin’s “Konotede”.
The first animated series features an animated story arc starting in episode 16.
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