Megahouse has a few limited editions of Okumuru Rin available on Amazon.com.
I enjoyed Blue Exorcist, but it took me a while to work out what was going on in season two and a little while to forgive it for that. This arch isn’t either a sequel or a prequel. The Kyoto Saga is set mid-way through season 1.
I’ve reviewed the two parts of the Blue Exorcist TV show on Geek Native and rather enjoyed the show. Those encounters were based on the subbed version of the anime. I jumped at the chance to watch Blue Exorcist: The Movie at my local indie cinema but made a surprise discovery when I got there. […]
In Blue Exorcist part 1 we meet Rin. It’s a tough ride for Rin as he discovers he’s adopted, his foster father is an exorcist and his “natural father” is Satan himself. Rin even has a brother, but he had been too weak at birth to inherit the demonic taint and the deadly blue flames. […]
The action kicks off pretty quickly in Blue Exorcist. Here’s how it flies for quick-to-anger but basically well-intended Rin Okumura. First, he finds out that a little girl being terrorised by “bad fairies” isn’t making it up; they’re real and he can see them. He next finds out that his quirky father isn’t just a […]
Blue Exorcist is proving to be a hit outside of Japan. The new trailer for the Blue Exorcist movie will likely pick up quite a few plays. The first 500,000 movie goers in Japan get a Blue Exorcist figure wheras 100,000 get a New Year’s greeting card with an exlusive illustration from creator Kazue Kato. […]