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Seikon no Qwaser (Manga)

Seikon no Qwaser

Alternative Titles

English: The Qwaser of Stigmata
Synonyms: Seikon no Quaser, Seikon no Kueisa, Seikon no Quasar
Japanese: 聖痕のクェイサー


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: 2006 to ?
Authors: Satou, Kenetsu (Art), Yoshino, Hiroyuki (Story)
Serialization: Champion RED


Score: 7.371 (scored by 2183 users)
Ranked: #53752
Popularity: #672
Members: 6,133
Favorites: 110
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The St. Mikhailov Academy student Oribe Mafuyu comes across a mysterious silver haired boy. He is called a Qwsaer, a being that draws power from Soma and is able to manipulate a specific element. And now, in the 21st century, the mystery revolving around an Icon turns the academy into the battlegrounds for the fight between the Qwaser!

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Adaptation: Seikon no Qwaser: Jotei no Shouzou, Seikon no Qwaser, Seikon no Qwaser II


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Sep 22, 2013
An unique idea isn't necessarily a well thought-out idea.

That seems to be an accurate description of the modern Anime/Manga Franchises. While each series may be unique in some instances, and perhaps more and more deviant and attempts to be unique. For example, a main character that turns into a dog in one of the more recent shows that's airing, or some of the more infamous titles, such as Sword Art Online.

But enough of that, let's get a good look at what Seikon no Qwaser is about.

Set in a Japanese Eastern Orthodox High School, Seikon no Qwaser takes an unique concept of using female lactation as read more
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Sep 29, 2014
Gripping manga. The story starts off well and gets better and better. Using Russian Orthodox Chistianity and history as the background lots of action is dished out. Each warrior can control an element from the periodic table. They can even form alloys. The story is set in a modern school with more girls than boys. There are ecchi strands and a spiritual milk plot. But its not fanservice. Its well woven into the story. The ecchi panels are not flashy and doesnt try to visually gratify. The anime made a hash of it.
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Oct 19, 2010
STORY: Seikon no Qwaser has a great story except for all the ecchi parts. I mean, everytime they do the breastfeeding thing, I get shruggs... I actually learned about science and russian history with this manga.

ART: I really liked the art although it may have been a bit over the top with the boobs. Their weapons also had great designs.

CHARACTER: The characters were nice but they didn't have that deep personlity where you get dragged with what thy have to tell.

ENJOYMENT: Yes, it was enjoying but I don't really like it when it comes to all the naked scenes. It's like you get into the read more
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Both are pretty mature despite being shounen, have a dark mood, and share the same supernatural/action/super power/drama/comedy genres. The main difference is that Seikon No Qwaser is ecchi.
In both the protagonist is a lovely, white-haired shota boy with a red mark/scar through his left eye (yes, Allen & Sasha almost look like twins) and with a sad, painful past.
Both are great series.
Both are on-going mature shounen series focused on contracts (usually between a guy and a girl) in which the one who fights absorbs the energy from his/her partner (the Tera in Kurokami, the Soma in SNQ).
Same genres: action, super powers, magic, supernatural.
SNQ has graphic ecchi content, while Kurokami doesn't.
Both have great art styles, a wide cast of characters, and nice, violent fights.
Both are shounen manga filled with action and ecchi & illustrated by Kenetsu Sato.
And yes, Seikon No Qwaser is better.
Both have the great art of Kenetsu Sato, and are shounen series of the ecchi/action/supernatural genre.
Seikon No Qwaser is overall better, more mature, and more interesting than Mai-Hime, though.
Exciting, worth-reading shounen manga that involve contracts, fights, magic, and super powers.
While one is an adventurous journey, the other is mostly set at school.
EL has a bit of very light ecchi here and there, but it's nothing comparable to SNQ.
Both have plenty of action, nice characters, and wonderful art.
they are both ecchi (lots of breast), action packed, with some great drawing styles. Seikon no Qwaser does have a bit more serious tone usually, but if you like one you'll probably like the other

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