Ao no Exorcist Series
There are actually two worlds: Assiah, the human world and Gehenna, the demon world. Contact between them is supposed to
be completely impossible. And yet, somehow many demons are still able to come through. Rin Okumura is a 15-year old boy who’s always had the strange power to see demons. What Rin
doesn’t know is he’s actually the son of Satan; the demon god and that Satan wants to take over his own son’s body
to use as his vessel. After learning the truth, Rin actually decides to become an Exorcist and enrolls as a student at
True Cross Academy in order to defeat Satan.
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This is so sad, cute, emotional and exactly show for my taste.
There are only 2 things I can't stand
1.Yukio having Satans powers, I mean that IS Rin's thing???
2.Shiemi being annoying. I mean she is adorable and everything...But sometimes she just gets on my nervs...
Watched the whole anime, and it's not bad considering the manga's unfinished so the plot deviates about halfway through. Still, good animation and the movie was also really good. The manga is also great.MisaSasekage rated 10.00:
I saw commercials for this show as the previous season of anime was wrapping up. I even read a bit of the manga, just the first few chapters before I quit because I didn't really want to spoil too much of the anime. The supermarket job and the subplot of Yui were anime only. In the manga, he simply gets confronted by the bullies as he walks towards the job. I feel the addition of the market and Yui did a lot for Rin as a character, fleshing him out with the struggles of his ineptitude to do things (except being excellent at cooking), and emphasizing how much of an innate good will he possesses. I think the pacing was a bit slow. The series is doing very well in terms of ratings and BD/DVD sales, and the manga is selling well in the US. I am also reading the manga as new chapters come out so I do know that the manga is nowhere near far enough along to support a second season of the anime. So which direction does A-1 choose – an anime-original ending, or perhaps a total “jump break” like Deadman Wonderland with the intent of waiting at least two years and hoping the audience is still there? I'm hoping this show will NOT do an original ending and wait awhile for the manga to get further ahead and then continue, picking up where they left over with a second season. Honestly speaking, I am hoping that the studio will take the FMA route and create an AnE Brotherhood version when the manga ends. So I'm getting the feeling that what's going on now is just filler. Because they don’t seem to be doing any of the character development that happened in the manga. Thus I think they are just creating a filler arc that will end without much actually having changed and them able to continue the story afterwards. I think they are not doing an anime original ending with how things look right now. They are only following the somewhat same character development as the manga, but adding some filler plot that they can end this season. They can then start a new season by following the original plot, but leaving out the character development that they have already done. The omakes are really funny too^^Floor98 rated 9.50:
I really liked. I love Rin, he is perfect. I love everything that has to do with demons and stuff. This is very well done. But the end does not leave me satisfied. I expected more from this anime, I hope the second season forward.HatedAngel rated 8.00:
I first started this on the anime then moved to the manga and stayed there after the anime went the filler direction. The manga is up there with the mangas I am at least a little eager for when it comes to updates. Good action, good characters (except Shura, I hate her), all in all I give it an 8.