Blue Exorcist, Vol. 7 by Kazue Kato

Blue Exorcist, Vol. 7

Mamushi and Todo now have both eyes of the Impure King and are headed for the temple that was once the center of the Myodha sect. Mamushi wants to seal the eyes away, but may be too late to realize Todo’s true purpose—the awakening of the Impure King! Meanwhile, Rin learns more about Father Fujimoto’s connection to Tatsuma and the origin of the Koma Sword. Rin will need the weapon and all of his strength to face the terrible power of the Im...


Details Blue Exorcist, Vol. 7

TitleBlue Exorcist, Vol. 7
ISBN9781421542621
Author
Release DateApr 3rd, 2012
PublisherVIZ Media LLC
LanguageEnglish
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Fantasy, Shonen, Supernatural
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Reviews Blue Exorcist, Vol. 7

  • Julia
    2016-06-02
    *3.5 stars* Definitely a step up from the previous volume!
  • Mary ♥
    2015-09-23
    5/5 stars
  • Elias Alexander
    2017-12-14
    Awww I really missed this world
  • Emy
    2012-04-16
    Rin Okumura is the illegitimate son of Satan, but he and his twin brother, Yukio, have been raised by Father Fujimoto, a famous exorcist. Once he discovers the truth, Rin swears to defeat Satan by entering the famous True Cross Academy and becoming an exorcist himself. The only trouble is, he has to keep his demon heritage a secret or he stands a good chance of being destroyed by the very people he wants to join.The story arc with the Impure King...
  • Joss
    2014-05-05
    April 2014: 4.5 Stars (Shown as 4)First off, I just want to point out that the artwork in this volume is phenomenal. I can only imagine how much time and effort went into drawing the Impure King's details, and the backgrounds never look half-hearted.The PLOT ITSELF is so detailed and well thought-out. Clearly, the author spent a very long time mapping out the chapters of this story arc.This volume feels really filling, overall. A lot of knots are...
  • Rita
    2016-05-12
    Muito bom este sétimo volume. Uma grande batalha contra o Rei Impuro está eminente e finalmente ficámos a saber o segredo do pai de Suguro como sumo sacerdote. Agora estou muito curiosa quanto a quem é na realidade Saburota Todo e o que quer ele de Yukio...
  • Mayte OR
    2016-08-02
    MY FEELS.
  • Claudia Carpio Valdivia
    2016-01-09
    Definitivamente este es el segundo manga que me hace llorar.
  • Lucía Cafeína
    2015-08-04
    Se me está haciendo largo este arco...
  • TheGracefulReader
    2017-10-31
    THE GOOD Rin: With an execution sentence pretty much imminent in his future, Run finds himself questioning everything he thought he knew. Not only has he lost what little confidence he had finally gained in his powers, but when his friends finally do show up to rescue him, he wonders if perhaps him dying would be better for everyone. It was nice to see a usually strong character have such doubts. Suguro: Bon is quickly growing on me. THE BAD Mep...
  • Noah Daniels
    2018-03-14
    Volume 7 offers a great continuation to the Kyoto arc. With manga becoming increasingly popular, I find that this book could be a great recommendation to any student in my classroom who finds themselves enjoying anime/manga
  • Abeer Albossany
    2018-01-12
    I loved the improvement of the art style in this volume specially in the combat scenes. And the events although the same as the anime, they still are so exciting to follow.
  • Kaitlin
    2017-07-11
    This was an exciting volume! A lot was packed into this one.
  • E.S.
    2017-11-15
    As much as I hate to say it, I'm getting bored of this series.
  • Amanda Setasha Hall
    2017-05-22
    The story building art are were definitely better in this one than in the previous. I liked it a lot.
  • Lenni Locket
    2017-08-26
    5/5 estrellas.
  • Martina Fuchs
    2017-11-02
    Bless Shiemi my beautiful summer child.
  • Ben Nealis
    2018-01-18
    A good manga to start the year off with. Better then the previous volumes and it has given me the idea to finish the series.
  • Febyan Kudrat
    2017-10-04
    Rin dkk bergerak ke Kongo Shinzan untuk mengalahkan Impure king. Ryuji akhirnya mengetahui semua rahasia yg disimpan ayahnya.Sementara itu Saburata Todo memergoki Yukio yg mengawasinya!!
  • Nuemiel Mangas
    2017-07-09
    Abandono el manga
  • MissAnnThrope
    2013-01-23
    23 January 2013Blue Exorcist, Volume 7 tells the story of how the Koma Sword landed in the hands of Father Fujimoto and the role Tatsuma Suguro played in it. In Suguro's letter to Rin, he tells of its history and makes a plea that Rin cannot refuse. When Myodha's terrible secret is revealed, the one person who can defeat this great evil appears to have lost the ability that can save Kyoto. (view spoiler)[With the evil unleashed, all hope seems lo...
  • Scott Lee
    2016-12-24
    The battle at the Myodha Temple continues. We learn the true back story of both Bon's people, and more specifically, Bon's father. An explanation for his weird behavior, reticence, and seeming apathy is provided, and it's convincing and makes sense. Bon, Rin, and the Exwires end up caught up in the battle of course, along with all the knights of the true cross available in Edo.
  • Dani - Perspective of a Writer
    2012-07-24
    This volume centers on reviving the Impure King then taking him out before he kills everything.I love this series for the wonderful execution of the mangaka in balancing so many characters within the story. The story is sufficiently complicated that a handful can all take their major part and the rest can play their lesser roles and it doesn't feel contrived or leave a bunch of characters standing around. I also love the way the artist lays out h...
  • Ashley Chen
    2013-01-02
    This volume was slightly more boring than the previous. I mean I guess I had a lot of expectation thinking that a cool battle will come out of it. Well, it didn't.There certainly was a lot of "history" and background. Sure they are important but they are unnecessarily long! We got most of the info from last volume and 1/5 of the volume just on flashbacks alone! Weee! A bit much. There were a lot of talking as well. A lot of "omg Rin needs to die"...
  • Chivitouille
    2014-03-07
    Bien, si estoy de acuerdo al orden que debe de ser, este tomo esta lleno de algunos giros algo inesperados.Por fin sabemos los secretos que ocultaba Tatsuma, el papá de Suguro, y aunque ya me esperaba que algo así estuviese ocultando lo que me ha tomado por sorpresa es lo que le pasa después. No se a ciencia cierta a donde va a parar la historia en este desarrollo de la trama, pero ha resultado interesante e inesperado.Rin cae en un bache de c...
  • Tim
    2016-06-29
    (view spoiler)[ In this volume, the Impure King is revived! It is revealed that the Impure King has a sac that when it ruptures will spread a poison gas. 150 years ago when this happened before, 40,000 people had died. It is noted that the counts would be much worse in modern day Kyoto. ThImpure King's weakness is fire. Unfortunately, do to a "mental hang up" Rin is unable to pull the Koma Sword from the sheath, afraid he will lose control again....
  • Cornerofmadness
    2012-07-21
    This volume straddles the past and the present. Tatsuma, Bon’s father, has given Rin a letter that Shura and Yukio are reading to him, detailing his meeting with Father Fujimoto, giving new dimension to both men. In the meantime, Tatsuma is upholding the secrets of the temple while trying to fight those attempting to awaken the Impure King.Things are not going well for either Tatsuma or Rin. The Impure King awakens and the Vatican caught wind o...
  • Lara
    2013-07-26
    For some reason I wasn't really looking forward to reading this one, and I almost sent it back to the library without doing so, but since it's so short and since several of the other books I'm currently reading are somewhat challenging and require actual brain power, I figured this would be a nice change at the very least. It had been awhile since I read the previous volume, so it took me a bit to get my bearings, but once I did, I remembered wha...
  • Lissibith
    2012-04-11
    This issue, like the last, is devoted as much to developing side characters and backstory as to looking at the main characters. And I'm okay with that! Rin's not entirely like all other shonen heroes, but he's close enough that there's a lot one can guess about his potential arc just from his role. These other characters however, and especially those who are only in this probably for the arc, offer a lot more mystery and, for me at least, therefo...
  • Sarah Maddaford
    2013-01-07
    Apparently, I either forgot to review volumes 4-7 (or they vanished), I think we can safely assume that the Japanese tendency towards making jokes about large busted females is still there, probably a couple of panty shots if they could get away with it (or was it a bath scene where the girls didn't quite make it to getting undressed all the way...) whatever it was, in Japan it is considered juvenile humor (I mostly consider it boring humor and j...