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Title:
Twin star exorcists. v.14 / story & art, Yoshiaki Sukeno ; translation, Tetsuichiro Miyaki ; English adaptation, Bryant Turnage ; touch-up art & lettering, Stephen Dutro.
Title Variants:
Twin star exorcists.
ISBN:
9781974703944
Edition:
Shonen Jump manga edition.
Publication Information:
San Francisco, CA : VIZ Media, LLC, [2019]

©2019
Physical Description:
186 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm
General Note:
"First published in Japan in 2013 by Shueisha Inc., Tokyo"--Colophon.

Reads from right to left in the traditional Japanese format.
Abstract:
"An Enmado Family team member suffers a terrible loss at the tournament with an unexpected consequence. Meanwhile, Benio journeys to Magano in hopes of regaining her powers so she can fight by Rokuro's side. What she learns there leads to a fateful decision"--Back cover.
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Rated T: For teen.
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Summary

Summary

Exorcists Rokuro and Benio unleash serious supernatural action while purifying the world of monsters.

The "Twin Star Exorcists" are fated to produce the child prophesied to end the war with the monstrous Kegare... But can Rokuro and Benio get along for five minutes, let alone save the world?

An Enmado Family team member suffers a terrible loss at the tournament with an unexpected consequence. Meanwhile, Benio journeys to Magano in hopes of regaining her powers so she can fight by Rokuro's side. What she learns there leads to a fateful decision...


Author Notes

Yoshiaki Sukeno was born July 23, 1981, in Wakayama, Japan. He graduated from Kyoto Seika University, where he studied manga. In 2006, he won the Tezuka Award for Best Newcomer Shonen Manga Artist. In 2008, he began his previous work, the supernatural comedy Binbougami ga!, which was adapted into the anime Good Luck Girl! in 2012.