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Twin Star Exorcists (双星の陰陽師, Sōsei no Onmyōji) is a Japanese shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Yoshiaki Sukeno. The manga has been serialized in Shueisha's Jump Square magazine by Yoshiaki Sukeno since October 2013, with individual chapters collected into nineteen tankōbon volumes as of July 4, 2019. The story revolves around Rokuro Enmado and Benio Adashino, a pair of young and talented exorcists, who (according to a prophecy) are destined to marry and have a child that will be the ultimate exorcist.

Twin Star Exorcists
Twin Star Exorcists, volume 1.jpg
The cover of the first volume as published in Japan by Shueisha, featuring Rokuro Enmado (left) and Benio Adashino (right).
双星の陰陽師
(Sōsei no Onmyōji)
GenreAdventure, romance, supernatural[1]
Manga
Written byYoshiaki Sukeno
Published byShueisha
English publisher
DemographicShōnen
ImprintJump Comics SQ.
MagazineJump Square
Original runOctober 4, 2013 – present
Volumes19 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed byTomohisa Taguchi
Produced byMakoto Hijikata
Maiko Isogai
Tomohiko Iwase
Naoto Tani
Teruaki Sanematsu
Written byNaruhisa Arakawa
Music byMikio Endō
StudioPierrot
Licensed by
Original networkTXN (TV Tokyo), AT-X
English network
Original run April 6, 2016 March 29, 2017
Episodes50 (List of episodes)
Light novel
Sōsei no Onmyōji: Tenen Jakko
Written byHajime Tanaka
Illustrated byYoshiaki Sukeno
Published byJUMP j-BOOKS
DemographicMale
Published
  • JP: August 4, 2016
Volumes1
Game
DeveloperBandai Namco Entertainment
PublisherBandai Namco Entertainment
GenreAdventure
PlatformPS Vita
Released
  • JP: January 26, 2017
Light novel
Sōsei no Onmyōji: Shiga Kenbyaku
Written byHajime Tanaka
Illustrated byYoshiaki Sukeno
Published byJUMP j-BOOKS
DemographicMale
Published
  • JP: March 3, 2017
Volumes1
Manga
Sōsei no Onmyōji: SD Nyoritsuryō!!
Written bykoppy[4]
Illustrated byYoshiaki Sukeno
Published byShueisha
DemographicShōnen
MagazineSaikyō Jump
Published
  • JP: March 3, 2017
Volumes1
Light novel
Sōsei no Onmyōji: Santen Haja
Written byHajime Tanaka
Illustrated byYoshiaki Sukeno
Published byJUMP j-BOOKS
DemographicMale
Published
  • JP: December 4, 2018
Volumes1
Manga
Sōsei no Onmyōji: Tenen Jakko: Nishoku Kokkeiga
Written byHajime Tanaka
Illustrated byYoshiaki Sukeno
Published byShueisha
DemographicShōnen
MagazineShonen Jump+[5]
Published
  • JP: December 4, 2018
Volumes1
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The series was adapted into an anime television series by Studio Pierrot, that ran from April 6, 2016 to March 29, 2017. The manga series was licensed for an English language release in North America by Viz Media, publishing the first volume in July 2015. A video game adaption of the same name was developed and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for the PS Vita and released on January 26, 2017 in Japan.

As of December 2018, three light novels and two spin-off manga series have also been published and released in Japan.[6]

Contents

PlotEdit

Rokuro Enmado is a young boy who used to be a powerful aspiring exorcist, before a tragic incident left his friends dead and made him abandon the profession. One day, he has a fateful encounter with Benio Adashino, a girl around his age and a well known exorcist from the east. According to a prophecy, Rokuro and Benio are the "Twin Star Exorcists" and are destined to marry and have a daughter known as the "Miko" which will be the ultimate exorcist, capable of cleansing all evil spirits(Kegare) from the world and ending the war that has lasted over a millennium.

MediaEdit

MangaEdit

Yoshiaki Sukeno began serializing the manga in Shueisha's Jump Square magazine on October 4, 2013.[7] A special chapter was published in Weekly Shōnen Jump in April 2016.[8]

Viz Media licensed the series for publication in North America, with the first volume released on July 7, 2015.[9][10]

No.Japanese release dateJapanese ISBNEnglish release dateEnglish ISBN
1 February 4, 2014[11]ISBN 978-4-08-880015-8July 7, 2015[12]ISBN 978-1-4215-8174-3
  1. "Rokuro and Benio" (ろくろと紅緒, Rokuro to Benio)
  2. "The Twin Stars Cross" (双星交差, Sōsei Kōsa)
  3. "The Sound of Magano" (禍野の音, Magano no Oto)
Bonus 1: "Benio in Kyoto" (京都の紅緒, Kyōto no Benio)
2 June 4, 2014[13]ISBN 978-4-08-880117-9October 6, 2015[14]ISBN 978-1-4215-8175-0
  1. "Who are You?" ((其は誰ぞ, So wa Dare zo)
  2. "Your Courage, My Courage" (君の勇気、私の勇気, Kimi no Yūki, Watashi no Yūki)
  3. "Rokuro's True Feelings" (ろくろの気持ち, Rokuro no Kimochi)
  4. "Tangled Tragedy" (交錯する悲劇, Kōsaku suru Higeki)
3 October 3, 2014[15]ISBN 978-4-08-880203-9January 5, 2016[16]ISBN 978-1-4215-8217-7
  1. "A Glimpse of Evil" (邪悪の片鱗, Jaaku no Henrin)
  2. "As an Exorcist" (陰陽師として, Onmyōji Toshite)
  3. "Evil" (邪悪, Jaaku)
  4. "As If a New Star Were Born" (新たな星の生まるるが如く, Aratana Hoshi no Umaruru ga Gotoku)
4 January 5, 2015[17]ISBN 978-4-08-880294-7April 5, 2016[18]ISBN 978-1-4215-8321-1
  1. "The Maiden Battle of a Certain Betrothed Couple" (ある夫婦の初陣, Aru Fūfu no Uijin)
  2. "Twin Star Sublimation" (双星昇華, Sōsei Shōka)
    13.5 "Break" (, Ha)
  3. "My Fang" (私の牙, Watashi no Kiba)
Bonus 2: "Benio's Struggle" (紅緒、奮闘, Benio, Funtō)
5 May 1, 2015[19]ISBN 978-4-08-880370-8July 5, 2016[20]ISBN 978-1-4215-8518-5
  1. "The Star Musician" (星の奏者, Hoshi no Sōsha)
  2. "The Day Rokuro Arrived" (ろくろが来た日, Rokuro ga Kita Hi)
  3. "Two Paths, Their Paths" (ふたつの道、ふたりの道, Futatsu no Michi, Futari no Michi)
  4. "The Continuation of the Dream" (夢のつづき, Yume no Tsudzuki)
6 September 4, 2015[21]ISBN 978-4-08-880473-6October 4, 2016[22]ISBN 978-1-4215-8707-3
  1. "The Flight of the Stars" (星々の躍動, Hoshiboshi no Yakudō)
  2. "Master of the Void" (虚空の覇者, Kokū no Hasha)
  3. "Perfect Link" (Perfect Link)
Bonus 3: "The Many Faces of Mayura" (繭良、七変化, Mayura, Shichihenge)
Bonus 4: "Poached Rokuro" (ろくろ、沸騰, Rokuro, futtō)
Bonus 5: "Suzaku's Ceremony of Accession to the Twelve Guardians" (十二天将 ”朱雀” 継承式典, Jūni Tenshō "Suzaku" Keishō Shikiden)
7 January 4, 2016[23]ISBN 978-4-08-880591-7January 3, 2017[24]ISBN 978-1-4215-9045-5
  1. "Curse" (呪縛, Jubaku)
  2. "A Curse-Free Sky" (呪縛無キ空, Jubaku naki sora)
  3. "History of Defeat" (敗北の歴史, Haiboku no Rekishi)
  4. "Turnover" (Turnover)
8 April 4, 2016[25]ISBN 978-4-08-880657-0April 4, 2017[26]ISBN 978-1-4215-9160-5
  1. "Those Without Desire" (求めざる者は, Motomezaru mono wa)
  2. "Mayura's Battle" (繭良の戦い, Mayura no tatakai)
  3. "The First Cry of the Darkness" (黒の産声, Kuro no ubugoe)
  4. "A Sewer Rat's Dream" (溝鼠の夢, Dobunezumi no yume)
9 August 4, 2016[27]ISBN 978-4-08-880757-7July 4, 2017[28]ISBN 978-1-4215-9441-5
  1. "The Encroachment of Magano" (禍野侵食, Magano Shinshoku)
  2. "What I Fear" (俺のコワいモノ, Ore no Kowai Mono)
  3. "Future of the Twin Stars" (二人が進む明日..., Futari ga Susumu Ashita...)
  4. "Separation of the Twin Stars" (双星乖離, Sōsei Kairi)
10 December 2, 2016[29]ISBN 978-4-08-880829-1October 3, 2017[30]ISBN 978-1-42-159622-8
  1. "The Island of Stars" (星集う島, Hoshi Tsudou Shima)
  2. "Front Line" (最前線, Saizensen)
  3. "Where It All Started: The Depths of Unfathomable Grace" (はじまりの場所、幽玄の彼方, Hajimari no Basho, Yūgen no Kanata)
  4. "The Little Giant of Adashino" (化野の小さな巨人, Adashino no Chīsana Kyojin)
11 March 3, 2017[31]ISBN 978-4-08-881030-0January 2, 2018[32]ISBN 978-1-42-159764-5
  1. "An Unsightly Desire" (醜き願い, Minikuki Negai)
  2. "Heir of Tsuchimikado" (土御門の後継, Tsuchimikado no Kōkei)
  3. "Three Months Pass" (それぞれの3か月, Sorezore no 3-kagetsu)
Special 1: "Twin Star Regression" (双星回帰, Sōsei Kaiki)
12 July 4, 2017[33]ISBN 978-4-08-881124-6May 1, 2018[34]ISBN 978-1-42-159909-0
  1. "A Woman's Battle, Part 1" (女の戦い①, Onna no Tatakai①)
  2. "A Woman's Battle, Part 2" (女の戦い②, Onna no Tatakai②)
  3. "Ideals, Dreams, and Aspirations" (理想と夢と憧れと, Risō to Yume to Akogare to)
  4. "Raging Inferno at Hadarae Castle!" (爆燃烈火の波達羅盈城, Bakunen Rekka no Hadarae-jō)
13 November 2, 2017[35]ISBN 978-4-08-881167-3September 4, 2018[36]ISBN 978-1-97-470145-2
  1. "Welcome Back, Dr. Kan-chan" (おかえり、勘ちゃん先生, Okaeri, Kan-chan Sensei)
  2. "The Strength To Move Forward" (前へ進みつづける力, Mae e Susumi tsudzukeru Chikara)
  3. "My Name is not Birdmaru" (俺の名前はトリ丸ではない, Ore no Namae wa Torimaru de wa nai)
  4. "King Of Solitude" (孤独の王, Kodoku no Ō)
14 March 2, 2018[37]ISBN 978-4-08-881364-6January 1, 2019[38]ISBN 978-1-97-470394-4
  1. "The End Of The Party" (宴の終わり, Utage no Owari)
  2. "Hack and Slash" (Hack and Slash)
  3. "Arc of Adashino Benio 1: Benio and Kamui" (紅緒と神威, Benio to Kamui)
  4. "Arc of Adashino Benio 2: The Young Girl's Hell" (少女の地獄, Shōjo no Jigoku)
15 June 4, 2018[39]ISBN 978-4-08-881498-8May 7, 2019[40]ISBN 978-1-97-470522-1
  1. "Arc of Adashino Benio 3: Kamui and Benio" (神威と紅緒, Kamui to Benio)
  2. "Arc of Adashino Benio 4: Something I Want to Tell You" (君に伝えたいこと, Kimi ni Tsutae tai koto)
  3. "The Lid to Hell" (地獄の蓋, Jigoku no Futa)
  4. "Despair Comes with a Smile" (絶望は微笑みと共に, Zetsubou wa Hohoemi to Tomo ni)
16 September 4, 2018[41]ISBN 978-4-08-881573-2September 3, 2019[42]ISBN 978-1-97-470776-8
  1. "Fall of the Iorois" (絶望は微笑みと共に, Zetsubou wa Hohoemi to Tomo ni)
  2. "An Evanescent Doll's Dream" (儚いお人形の夢, Hakanai Oningyō no Yume)
  3. "One More Promise" (もう一度約束を, Mou Ichido Yakusoku o)
  4. "Good Night, Mom" (おやすみなさい、おかあさん, Oyasuminasai, Okaasan)
17 December 4, 2018[43]ISBN 978-4-08-881673-9
  1. "The Enmadou House VS. Shi-Shi-Shi-Shi-Shiromi" (焔魔堂家 VS しししし銀鏡, Enmadō-ke tai Shi Shi Shi Shi Shiromi)
  2. "An Unstoppable Force, The Head Exorcist!" (獅子奮迅、陰陽頭, Shishi Funjin, Onmyō no Kami)
  3. "Reason to Fight, Reason to Die" (戦う理由、死ぬ理由, Tatakau Riyū, Shinu Riyū)
  4. "Absolute Parallel Lines of Existence" (絶対平行線上の有無, Zettai Heikō Senjō no Umu)
18 March 4, 2019[44]ISBN 978-4-08-881767-5
  1. "The End of Pervy Underpants Guy" (変態パンツ男の最期, Hentai Pantsu Otoko no Saigo)
  2. "My Dad" (僕のお父さん, Boku no Otō-san)
  3. "For Your Future" (君の未来のために, Kimi no Mirai no Tame ni)
  4. "All Right! It's a Battle to see Who's the Strongest Here!!" (よ〜し!じゃあこの中で誰が一番強いか勝負だ!!, Yo〜shi! Jā Kono Naka de Dare ga Ichiban Tsuyoi ka Shōbu da!!")
19 July 4, 2019[45]ISBN 978-4-08-881890-0
  1. "Another Resonance" (もう一つのレゾナンス, Mō Hitotsu no Rezonansu)
  2. "Tenma" (天馬, Tenma)
  3. "Yuuto" (悠斗, Yūto)
  4. "Twin Star Exorcists" (双星の陰陽師, Sōsei no Onmyōji)
Chapters not yet in tankōbon format:-
  • 39.1. "Special Chapter: Awaken Mayura's Dormant Fangs!!"
  • 49.1. "Mattress Extra"
  • 73. "Stupid Older Brother" (馬鹿兄貴, Baka Aniki)

AnimeEdit

An anime television adaptation was announced on the January 2016 cover of Jump Square on December 4, 2015.[46] The series is directed by Tomohisa Taguchi and written by Naruhisa Arakawa,[47] with animation by Studio Pierrot.[48] Additionally, Shishō Igarashi is serving as assistant director, Kikuko Sadakata is designing the characters, and Itsuko Takeda is serving as chief animation director.[47] The series' first opening theme song is "Valkyrie -Ikusa Otome-" (Valkyrie -戦乙女-, lit. "Valkyrie -War Maiden-") by Wagakki Band,[49] while the first ending theme is "Eyes" (アイズ, Aizu) by Hitomi Kaji.[50] The second opening theme, "Re:Call", is performed by the idol group i☆Ris,[51][52][53] while the second ending theme, "Yadori-boshi" (宿り星) is performed by the two-man group Itowokashi (Kashitarō Itō and Ryō Miyada).[54] The third opening theme, "sync" is performed by lol, while the third ending theme "Hide & Seek" is performed by Girlfriend.[55] The fourth opening theme, "Kanadeai" is performed by Itowokoashi, while the fourth ending theme "Hotarubi" is performed by Wagakki Band. [56]

The series began airing on April 6, 2016 on TV Tokyo and other TX Network stations,[57][58] and later on AT-X.[59] Animax Asia aired the series with English Subtitles. Crunchyroll is simulcasting the series worldwide outside of Asia,[60] and also released the series on Blu-ray + DVD with an English dub. Part 1 (Episodes 1-13) has been released on July 24, 2018 with a collector's box to store the later three parts, and Part 2 (Episodes 14-26) on September 18, 2018. Part 3 (Episodes 27-40) was released on November 13, 2018, and Part 4 (Episodes 41-50) on January 8, 2019.[61] Chinese streaming site iQiyi has listed the series with fifty episodes.[62]

The anime is licensed in North America and the United Kingdom by Crunchyroll, with home video distribution handled by Funimation in North America and by Anime Limited in the UK.[63][64]

Video gameEdit

A video game adaptation of the series from Bandai Namco Entertainment was announced on September 3, 2016. The battle adventure game was released for PlayStation Vita, and features Rokuro as a playable character. It features an alternate setup with five different girls as candidates for the title of Twin Star, including Benio, Mayura, and three other characters designed exclusively for the game by original creator Yoshiaki Sukeno. The game was released to Japan on January 26, 2017.[65]

Light novelsEdit

As of December 2018, three light novel adaptations have been published and released by JUMP j-BOOKS in Japan. The light novels are titled in the following order; Sōsei no Onmyōji: Tenen Jakko (双星の陰陽師 ―天縁若虎), Sōsei no Onmyōji: Shiga Kenbyaku (双星の陰陽師 ―士牙繭闢), and Sōsei no Onmyōji: Santen Haja (双星の陰陽師 ―三天破邪). Each novel features a back-story from the perspective of different characters from the main series, serving as prologues to the main story. The light novels are written by Hajime Tanaka and supervised by Yoshiaki Sukeno.[66]

No.Japanese release dateJapanese ISBN
1 August 4, 2016[67]ISBN 978-4-08-703402-8
2 March 3, 2017[68]ISBN 978-4-08-703415-8
3 December 4, 2018[69]ISBN 978-4-08-703467-7

Spin-off mangaEdit

As of December 2018, two spin-off manga series have been published and released by Shueisha in Japan.

The first spin-off manga series, Sōsei no Onmyōji: SD Nyoritsuryō!! (双星の陰陽師 SD如律令!!) is a comedy spin-off comic, written by koppy (Twitter: @koppy1122) and supervised by Yoshiaki Sukeno. It is published at the official website of the original manga[70], as well as the magazine Saikyō Jump. The content of this manga is canon, showing personalities of many characters. The compiled volume was published and released on March 3, 2017 in Japan.[71]

The second spin-off manga series, Sōsei no Onmyōji: Tenen Jakko: Nishoku Kokkeiga (双星の陰陽師 天縁若虎〜二色滑稽画) is a manga adaptation of the light novel, "Sōsei no Onmyōji: Tenen Jakko", written and illustrated by the same authors. The back-story focuses on the characters, Seigen Amawaka and Yukari Otomi. The spin-off series was launched by Yoshiaki Sukeno on Shueisha's Shonen Jump+ website[72] on September 3, 2018. The compiled volume was published and released on December 4, 2018 in Japan.[73]

No.Japanese release dateJapanese ISBN
1 March 3, 2017[74]ISBN 978-4-08-881032-4
2 December 4, 2018[75]ISBN 978-4-08-881676-0

ReceptionEdit

Volume 1 reached 11th place on the weekly Oricon manga charts, with 29,527 copies sold;[76] volume 2 reached 23rd place, with 30,734 copies;[77] volume 3 reached 46th place, with 38,835 copies;[78] volume 4 reached 24th place, with 37,900 copies;[79] volume 5 also reached 24th place, with 47,489 copies;[80] volume 6 reached 32nd place, with 48,029 copies;[81] volume 7 reached 20th place, with 48,762 copies;[82] and volume 8 reached 11th place, with 56,947 copies.[83]

Volume 3 of the English translation appeared on the New York Times Manga Best Sellers list for two non-consecutive weeks, first at 8th place and then at 6th.[84][85]

See alsoEdit

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