The manga-ka wrote an entry about the vomic news and gave some details.
I believe it confirmed the seiyuus for Rin and Shirou that Queen wrote earlier.
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I checked Kazue's blog, she also has posted some extra art on it! Latest was Yukio - really nice, because Yukio has definitely been out of the picture for a short while (and throwing a fit about it too). I also was pondering the title bar pic - I wonder if that's what Rin's eyes look like when he goes into bonkers mode... Hmmm... Probably not. XD
candy: Indeed. I wonder about Amaimon and Mephisto because they're different cases in some way.
Just I think that a lot of people don't know that this series exists. I mean, it feels like you, I, and the scanlator team are all those that are interested in ANE.
I agree with the not many people know about AnE thing. It's a fairly new series, and most new series don't start to become popular until they get Anime adaptions.
The manga sales in Japan are pretty sturdy for a new series though. And it being in the same magazine as D.Gray-man, an extremely similar series, will probably help to boost its popularity.
Absurd idea from watching Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey in the segment where they're sent down to hell - Bon and Rin's Bogus Journey. With Mephisto as Death (somehow I can imagine him soloing on a double bass) and Satan as himself.
DGM isn't really similar to ANE. Both have the concept of organized exorcists, but the definition of the demons they destroy and how they do it are totally different. Plus, the casts are very different. There are no overachievers persay in DGM, though Kamiki is a like a smarter female version of Kanda.
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I agree, though I think it has a much more balanced demographic than, say, DGM or Pandora Hearts. Only way it appeals to the girls a little more is (I guess) the male character designs. Other than that, the themes and style are much more consistent with appealing to all demographics (and even a bit more to the male side because of the themes of revenge and "grow up and be a man for cryin' out loud".)
Will edit later to respond to candy. My university housing app awaits me~
I think it is around even just alot of peopel like myself dont make very many posts to show that they read it.
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Possible spoiler for Ch. 15
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Well, if I were to try and interpret from multiple online translators, the spoiler says that Yukio explains to the other students what Rin really is. But I don't trust that. Either way, it's looking interesting.
candy: Especially in dealing with a financially-challenged university that has a deep undying hatred for summer students.
The theme for the contest is "When I grow up, I wanna be an Exorcist." Just interpret the theme however you'd like.
Anyhow, in response to earlier post: No, I meant Rin's right eye with white instead of black. But oh well. Awesome nonetheless. I agree on that the demon on chapter 1's cover in probably Satan. The same demon is on chapter 12's cover, btw.
hey everyone. i've been actually been wanting to read this manga for awhile now but saw that it had little chapters out so i decided to wait awhile. But now i don't think i can wait any longer lol By the looks of it many people here seem to enjoy this manga. I would just like to know is ANE serialized in a monthly manga? I will still read it if it is but some of my fave manga are monthly and the wait kills me(fma, soul eater- although fma is ending)
Oh and i heard ppl saying this was like d gray man. Is that true. I could actualy never really get into that series for some reason. I'm an action girl lol and for some reason d gray man just felt like one of those series that relied on appeal to fangirls. Sorry if that offended anyone