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Burn the Witch

Alternative Titles

English: Burn the Witch
Japanese: BURN THE WITCH

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Aug 24, 2020 to ?
Genres: Action Action, Fantasy Fantasy
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: Shounen Jump (Weekly)
Authors: Kubo, Tite (Story & Art)

Statistics

Score: 6.861 (scored by 52665,266 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #93332
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1036
Members: 13,297
Favorites: 60

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Synopsis

Ninny Spangcole is the leader of popular girl group, Cecile Die Twice, but her ambitions stretch far beyond a successful music career. In the hidden underground world of Reverse London, Ninny and her partner Noel "Niiha" Niihashi strive to achieve loftier goals as "Witches," members of the organization Wing Bind which is dedicated to the handling of dragons. These powerful creatures once caused over half of all casualties in the city proper, prior to Reverse London splitting away from Front London. As dragons are invisible to most Front Londoners, their existence has become a mere myth, and Reverse Londoners have taken up the front lines. Thus, Wing Bind was created, prohibiting non-licensed individuals from coming into any contact with dragons.

Ninny and Noel have their work cut out for them when they are assigned as the caretakers of Balgo Ywain Parks and his dog Osushi-chan. With trouble persistently trailing close behind him, the two girls are left to deal with the aftermath. Even more problems arise when Macy Baljure, Ninny’s former bandmate, appears in Reverse London with a dragon by her side.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

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Burn the Witch is simulpub in English through MANGA Plus service.

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Sep 14, 2020
FateXBlood (All reviews)
Tite Kubo's brand new work after his mega-hit series — Bleach, is quite a story.

[Story 7/10]

After reading the One-Shot, I didn't have much hope about the story as I didn't understand most of it. While I had mixed feelings, I still went ahead and gave it a try. And guess what? It was better. While these 4 chapters are like a short arc of a manga, it still is enjoyable. There are dragons, witches, Kidos/spells, and Pipes too (which Kubo refers to as something witches blow). Hilarious.

One may not find it interesting as first, but after reading it all, they'll surely likely to read read more
Dec 11, 2020
deadoptimist (All reviews)
Ugh, well, maybe burn it for real. I have noticed it with other old timers returning to work on new shounen series – they often just can’t or don’t want to grow the story properly, they want to jump right into profitable “coolness”. But the coolness comes from a well-built world, without the foundation it falls flat. Burn the Witch feels way too superficial to properly magic and soar in the sky on its broom.

The story is set in an alternative modern world again – this time it’s Reverse London. I have read several mangas with a fantasy London, and none of them were good read more
Sep 13, 2020
JoeGrassEater (All reviews)
Burn the Witch is the third manga released by Tite Kubo, Which just had it's first season (Four 50-ish chapter long pages) concluded.
I'll try to give my thoughts on the first season here.

Story - 6
The story, that starts with the oneshot so reading that first is a must, consists so far of Noel Niihashi, a stoic girl who's also an avid lover of japanese school costumes, and Ninny Spangcole, a celebrity singer with a short temper and spunky attitude, and their work in Reverse London, Where they work at ''Wingbind'', an organisation that domesticates, breeds, protects and hunts dragons as well as keeping them a read more
Oct 13, 2020
GrimmjowReaper (All reviews)
Some of the things that made Bleach a great series for a short while was it's premise, world-building, and cast of characters. With the exception of the two protagonists that so far work really well together, this story has very little to support what they contribute to the whole of the series. And while Kubo is always going to have a knack for strong characterizations, there is too big of a flaw here with it's premise for an epic battle scene between witches and dragons to overcome. Let's begin with it's setting "Reverse London" (not entirely sure what it means still) the biggest symbol that read more

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