Twin Star Exorcists: Onmyoji, Vol. 1

Twin Star Exorcists: Onmyoji, Vol. 1

Rokuro is from a family of exorcists, but he’d rather be a singer, a soccer player or anything but an exorcist! He’s forced to own up to his own incredible potential when new arrival Benio stirs his competitive spirit. But their rivalry gets a twist when they earn the prestigious title of “Twin Star Exorcists”— two supreme fighters fated to marry and birth the ultimate spi...

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Title:Twin Star Exorcists: Onmyoji, Vol. 1
Author:Yoshiaki Sukeno
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Edition Language:English

Twin Star Exorcists: Onmyoji, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Srinath

    Started reading this after someone commented on the anime that the manga is far better.

    I'm glad I took that comment seriously, this has been a fun read to say the least.

  • Kelly Park

    I didn't read the actual book, but the online version. I read ALL the books and it's just too good to put down!!! I then tried watching the anime but it's not good. Read online or something if you're into manga!

  • Holly Letson

    I'll admit that I was not expecting much from this, and that I was plesantly surprised.

    Rokuro is an exorcist....or, I should say was an exorcist....that stopped being one after a traumatic experience in his life. His friend, Ryogo, feels Rokuro is one of the best, and keeps pestering him to become one again. But, is never quite successful. As with most males, it takes a girl to really bring that spark into his life that makes him want to take it up again. But, there's more to their relationshi

    I'll admit that I was not expecting much from this, and that I was plesantly surprised.

    Rokuro is an exorcist....or, I should say was an exorcist....that stopped being one after a traumatic experience in his life. His friend, Ryogo, feels Rokuro is one of the best, and keeps pestering him to become one again. But, is never quite successful. As with most males, it takes a girl to really bring that spark into his life that makes him want to take it up again. But, there's more to their relationship than just exorcism work as well. Could they be fated to be together? Will their future child be the answer to the prophecy?

  • Nicola Mansfield

    A great, fun first volume introduces this series about exorcists of demon-like creatures called kegare. Kegare are more evil as they are born from the sins of humans. This makes the story a bit more interesting than your typical exorcist manga. All the usual aspects are here, and this will please the exorcist fans, but there are some twists. First, it's got a huge dose of humour making lots of laughs help lighten the more serious tones and the main characters, a 14yo boy and girl, are told they

    A great, fun first volume introduces this series about exorcists of demon-like creatures called kegare. Kegare are more evil as they are born from the sins of humans. This makes the story a bit more interesting than your typical exorcist manga. All the usual aspects are here, and this will please the exorcist fans, but there are some twists. First, it's got a huge dose of humour making lots of laughs help lighten the more serious tones and the main characters, a 14yo boy and girl, are told they are prophecied to marry and give birth to the foretold prophesied child. Talk about no pressure in a relationship that is off to a very rocky start from the beginning! I really enjoyed this and towards the end we get our first glimpse at what appears to be a major evil character.

  • Aleece

    Rokuro used to be an exorcist until he witnessed the tragedy of the Hinatsuki Dorm. Since then he has tried to turn his attention to anything but exorcism. The only problem is the only thing he is good at is being an exorcist. He runs into Benio (when she falls out of the sky) only to be dragged into the realm of Magano (where the Kegare live) and then has to save Benio before the Kegare kills her. It is then revealed that Benio and Rokuro are the strongest exorcists and since they are around th

    Rokuro used to be an exorcist until he witnessed the tragedy of the Hinatsuki Dorm. Since then he has tried to turn his attention to anything but exorcism. The only problem is the only thing he is good at is being an exorcist. He runs into Benio (when she falls out of the sky) only to be dragged into the realm of Magano (where the Kegare live) and then has to save Benio before the Kegare kills her. It is then revealed that Benio and Rokuro are the strongest exorcists and since they are around the same age are deemed the Twin Star Exorcists by a prophecy which states that they will give birth to the strongest exorcist.

    Another new series that I can't wait to read more of. This has a very interesting premise and I can tell there is a lot bubbling under the surface that is just waiting to come up. The artwork is great and I can't wait to see how the relationship between Benio and Rokuro will develop.

  • Sam

    An interesting if not awkward concept, but I am LOVING the action scenes! They have a slight Bleach feel to me but Bleach was my first manga so there's probably a good reason for that.

    Anyway! There's a little backstory on both our main characters and I get the basic info behind their history, but nothing completely solid yet. I'm hoping that more will be explained as I continue reading.

    They are adorable!!!! And scary powerful, and I really want to understand the mask! Looks like a jackal from a

    An interesting if not awkward concept, but I am LOVING the action scenes! They have a slight Bleach feel to me but Bleach was my first manga so there's probably a good reason for that.

    Anyway! There's a little backstory on both our main characters and I get the basic info behind their history, but nothing completely solid yet. I'm hoping that more will be explained as I continue reading.

    They are adorable!!!! And scary powerful, and I really want to understand the mask! Looks like a jackal from ancient Egypt or a cat? I'm not sure but I look forward to learning a bit more about her.

    I also enjoy that instead of using demons, they go a level lower to kegare. Adds a new dimension. Literally.

  • Rebecca

    This is definitely a prologue volume, and as such a little bit slower than it could be, but it still has a lot of potential. That said, I am officially sick of the tsundere heroine - can't someone just act normally around the hero of a semi-romance manga for once?!

    Full review will appear on the Anime News Network.

  • Mike

    Quick thoughts: Cliche crutches as far as the eye can see. Develop things beyond that and ditch the artificial disagreements and this could get a lot better. I do like the main characters though, and will likely try another volume to see if it tightens up. Call it 2.5 rounded up for potential.

  • Selena

    This has about all the subtlety of a brick flying through your window...

    I thought this would be more like some of the other exorcist manga I've read, like

    or

    .

    It's not. It's nothing like either of those.

    For one thing, I can't stand any of the characters, and I mean any of them. There's nothing to their characters other than the cliches that define them. You've got "Weirdo A Who's Secretly In Charge." You've got "Traumatized Ultra-Power MC Destined (against his will) For G

    This has about all the subtlety of a brick flying through your window...

    I thought this would be more like some of the other exorcist manga I've read, like

    or

    .

    It's not. It's nothing like either of those.

    For one thing, I can't stand any of the characters, and I mean any of them. There's nothing to their characters other than the cliches that define them. You've got "Weirdo A Who's Secretly In Charge." You've got "Traumatized Ultra-Power MC Destined (against his will) For Greatness." You've got "Ultra-Powerful Overachiever Chick Who Frowns Upon Those Who Don't Work As Hard as She Does." You get the idea. I've seen all these characters before, except there's nothing to them. Nothing particularly likable, nothing that makes them different from other characters other than the fact there's

    .

    The storytelling itself is stiff and forced. The battle sequences could be good, but need a bit more polish. The artwork is nothing to write home about.

    The concept is interesting, but this series falls flat on the execution, especially when it comes to the characters. I was disappointed.

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