Twin Star Exorcists: Onmyoji, Vol. 4

Twin Star Exorcists: Onmyoji, Vol. 4

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. 4
Author:Yoshiaki Sukeno
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Edition Language:English

Twin Star Exorcists: Onmyoji, Vol. 4 Reviews

  • Jazmine Schnitzler

    Cliff hangers again, but I keep reading cause its so good.

  • Ashley N.

    I'm just so glad that this story is getting explained so much better than the anime. Within these first few volumes, we have more context for Kegares, Magano, and even the exorcists themselves that the anime just expected you to understand and accept. The bonus chapter at the end was especially cute-I wasn't a fan of the relationship (or rather, the forced, arranged marriage) idea in the beginning, but as they develop the characters and plot, I really adore Benio and Roku. They are so cute in th

    I'm just so glad that this story is getting explained so much better than the anime. Within these first few volumes, we have more context for Kegares, Magano, and even the exorcists themselves that the anime just expected you to understand and accept. The bonus chapter at the end was especially cute-I wasn't a fan of the relationship (or rather, the forced, arranged marriage) idea in the beginning, but as they develop the characters and plot, I really adore Benio and Roku. They are so cute in their "I hate you but secretly I kind of like you" quips.

  • Nicola Mansfield

    An intense battle volume. First part has Benio and Rokuro practicing the new attack they can work together. Then the big battle with Benio's brother takes up the rest of the volume. He taunts them and wants more than just to kill them. They are surprised to find how strong he is and Benio ends up making a life or death decision which changes her life forever. The action and seriousness is lightened slightly by the usual bickering and hidden feelings between the two exorcists. Good volume.

  • Aleece

    Rokuro and Benio begin to train in the underground training room and Rokuro learns about enchantments and they determine that using their resonance is the only way that they stand a chance against Yuto. It's finally the desired time and they enter Magano in order to fight Yuto and unfortunately they are still no match for him, with Yuto destroying Benio's legs in the process of the battle but Benio does the unexpected and makes a deal with Kamui (the Basara) in order for him to give her new legs

    Rokuro and Benio begin to train in the underground training room and Rokuro learns about enchantments and they determine that using their resonance is the only way that they stand a chance against Yuto. It's finally the desired time and they enter Magano in order to fight Yuto and unfortunately they are still no match for him, with Yuto destroying Benio's legs in the process of the battle but Benio does the unexpected and makes a deal with Kamui (the Basara) in order for him to give her new legs (just like Rokuro's arm).

    The volume was off to a slow start but when they finally arrived in Magano the paced picked up drastically and took a turn for the better. The next volume should be interesting to watch unfold.

  • Elinor

    Un début un peu moins enthousiasmant mais un dernier chapitre génial. Cette série continue à être très bonne !

  • Yuritzi Chávez

    El dibujo del autor resalto mucho en este tomo, en especial en las escenas de acción, cada vez me gusta mas la pareja de Rokuro y Benio, aunque el villano no me convence, es un malo por es malo y tener todo el poder, me gusta como se desarrolla la historia.

  • Jamie

    This volume starts of with some major info jumping that I did not like. Also, I feel like there was a change in the art style. Everything seems pointy. Especially faces (mouth, eyes, etc) Even clothing angles! Maybe I just missed it in past 3 columes but is was glaringly obvious in this volume and put me off on the art quite a bit.

    Major battle scene and Benio makes a shocking choice! That and training makes up the whole volume. Not much goes on but the end left me eager for the next volume even

    This volume starts of with some major info jumping that I did not like. Also, I feel like there was a change in the art style. Everything seems pointy. Especially faces (mouth, eyes, etc) Even clothing angles! Maybe I just missed it in past 3 columes but is was glaringly obvious in this volume and put me off on the art quite a bit.

    Major battle scene and Benio makes a shocking choice! That and training makes up the whole volume. Not much goes on but the end left me eager for the next volume even with the less than thrilling bumps I discovered.

  • Judy (Geeky Reading)

    ~3/5

    I missed a couple volumes, but this was still interesting to read. Since I’ve read the first one, I at least knew some things about it.

    The twin stars begin a battle with Benio’s evil brother. The two have very little time before the battle begins, but they train hard. Rokuro is still new to being an exorcist, much more than Benio, but he tries hard, and he is strong. Still, Yuto is a stronger opponent.

    The battle is violent. It’s really bad, and really cruel, more than I expected. But that al

    ~3/5

    I missed a couple volumes, but this was still interesting to read. Since I’ve read the first one, I at least knew some things about it.

    The twin stars begin a battle with Benio’s evil brother. The two have very little time before the battle begins, but they train hard. Rokuro is still new to being an exorcist, much more than Benio, but he tries hard, and he is strong. Still, Yuto is a stronger opponent.

    The battle is violent. It’s really bad, and really cruel, more than I expected. But that also led up to a surprising change for Benio. I liked her decision, both her reason for making it and the way it turned out. It was risky, but I think it was for the better, really.

    I’m surprised with how strong the bond between Benio and Rokuro is. I didn’t think that their fate of being married would actually progress into something very fast, but it’s clear that even if they’re fighting their fate, they do like each other and trust each other as partners. I like that. Their banter is cute, too. The humor is pretty good in this series, the moments it’s used when not serious.

    This is a surprisingly enjoyable series to read. I can see why it was picked up, and kind of wouldn’t mind reading more, even if I don’t love the battles.

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