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Kyoukai no Rinne

Kyoukai no Rinne

Alternative Titles

English: Rin-ne
Synonyms: Kyokai no Rinne, Circle of Reincarnation, The Boundary of Rinne
Japanese: 境界のRINNE

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Apr 22, 2009 to ?
Authors: Takahashi, Rumiko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Sunday

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Ranked: #53572
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Popularity: #1254
Members: 6,063
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Synopsis

As a child, Sakura Mamiya mysteriously disappeared in the woods behind her grandma's home. She returned whole and healthy, but since then, she has had the power to see ghosts. Now a teenager, she just wishes the ghosts would leave her alone! At school, the desk next to Sakura's has been empty since the start of the school year. Then one day, her always-absent classmate shows up, and he's far more than what he seems!

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Background

Kyoukai no Rinne has been published in English as RIN-NE by VIZ Media under the Shonen Sunday imprint since October 20, 2009, and in Spanish by Planeta Cómic since March 22, 2011.

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Ageha
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Tamako
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Masato
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Raito
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Suzu
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More reviewsReviews

Jun 1, 2010
DropofVenus (All reviews)
I love Rumiko Takahashi and I love this so far. I have also seen Maison Ikkoku, Ranma1/2, Urusei Yatsura and Inu-Yasha. Any one of you who love Ranma1/2 and Inu-Yasha, you'll love this. Many of the chapters remind me of Inu-Yasha, when Kagome was solving cases at her home in the present. Since this is more school-based, it also gives the Ranma1/2 feel with the slapstick and comedy (which is funny, as always). The main characters do take some getting used to (especially Sakura). She is, how you say, not your typical heroine and is more calm than Kagome, Akane, and Kyouko (like she doesn't read more
Sep 27, 2013
ejala (All reviews)
Takahashi-sensei's works are a bit of a hit or miss for me. I loved Mermaid Saga, Inuyasha was okay, and Ranma was some of the stupidest drivel I've ever read. Rinne falls somewhere around Inuyasha on the continuum, I would hazard.
I've finished nearly one hundred chapters of this manga, and I'm still looking for a plot. Thus far the series has been completely episodic: a supernatural problem arises, and the main characters deal with it within, maybe, five chapters tops, and it is forgotten. There have been an endless number of characters introduced to bring these problems to the read more
May 26, 2010
mizuru1993 (All reviews)
I am just disapointed with the manga. I read over 45 chapters to see if anything good is going to happen, and Nothing happened. The story was dull and boring which made me belive Takahashi is running out of ideas. However The artwork is more improved by the artist once you compare her previous work on Yatsura to Rin-Ne you'll see an improvement as the artist now in her early 50's has improved her style.
But the story is still mediocre to me because I am pretty much dispointed.
Mar 16, 2017
Yatsura (All reviews)
I'm a huge fan of Rumiko's work and I would say Rinne is a return to the style of Ranma and Urusei Yatsura. Which, depending on if you liked those works, could be a good thing or bad thing.

Personally I'm a huge fan of Ranma so I'm really enjoying this series! Just like Ranma, it has a unique and likable cast of characters and lots of comedy/hi-jinks. However, there's not much plot or character development. Don't expect much to happen with romantic development or any over arching plot lines. There's a lot of ghost-of-the-week type stories, and a couple recurring storylines about Rinne's father or read more

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Recent Forum Discussion

Poll: Kyoukai no Rinne Chapter 211 Discussion
Stark700 - Feb 2, 2016
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Dec 8, 11:18 AM
Rinne to End in 3 Chapters
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