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The Legend of the Sun Knight

The Legend of the Sun Knight

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Synonyms: Wuming Qishi
Japanese: 吾命騎士


Type: Manhua
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 20
Status: Finished
Published: 2010 to 2015
Authors: Yu, Wo (Story), Neko Kreuz (Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.851 (scored by 989 users)
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Ranked: #14852
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Popularity: #3419
Members: 2,974
Favorites: 31
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ManhuaYu, Wo (Story), Neko Kreuz (Art)
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Meet the Sun Knight, the dashing leader of the Twelve Holy Knights. With his enchanting blue eyes, shining golden hair and dazzling smile he's the epitome of perfection—the perfect representative of justice and compassion. Now meet the Sun Knight's true self—the cynical, sarcastic man who would rather be anything else than be the overbearing Sun Knight who has to speak of the Light God in all his waking hours.

(Source: Odd Squad Scanlations)


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Apr 13, 2015
-searching- (All reviews)
Its a really good read and I recommend to anyone who enjoys comedy and entertaining. The characters are all memorable, the art style is beautiful, story is simple yet original, and overall it's a great comedy.


As far as the public knows, the 12 Knights remain strong to their King that has been passed down throughout generations. In reality, every generation of the knights have their own individual personalities that they must keep hidden, even from other knights if they so desire. Our main character Sun Knight has an angel-like facade, but he really is closer to a demon-like personality.
Sep 21, 2013
BlueBellBerry (All reviews)
Although it isn't tagged as comedy, I think any one who reads it will agree that it is.

For staters, the art is probably some of the best I've seen and quite different from this author's other work, 1/2 Prince. If your looking for a manga similar to that, I wouldn't recommend reading this.

Most of the characters have outer facades they work hard on maintaining. Why? Because as a guardian/knight, they each have "images" to keep. The main protagonist is Creus Sun, the Sun knight. Usually, it's quite hard to place good sarcasm in manga but here, it's very, very amusing.

As for the plot, because of read more
Jul 26, 2012
Kusunoki (All reviews)
Basically, Legend of the Sun Knight is a story that reveals the secret daily life of being a Holy Knight. The funniest thing about the Holy Knights is that, all 12 of them have their own 'predestined' character which they have to uphold in front of people. For example, the Sun Knight SHOULD BE compassionate, sympathetic, always smiling, elegant, has blond hair, blue eyes and fair skin. But in truth, except for the point regarding his appearance, the Sun Knight is the exact opposite of all the attributes. Using the first person narrative, the novel and the manga give readers access to the Sun Knight's read more
Jul 28, 2012
Rebels (All reviews)
I don't understand how so many people can enjoy this. He just goes around putting on a false face while thinking about how much he hates being the Sun Knight. Maybe i didn't get into the series enough or reading the novel would have helped but i couldn't take anymore of the dialogue the author used. Honestly just bored me out of my mind. As i am not one to judge to harshly i usually rate high even if i didn't like it that much, but for this i would never recommend it to you as it was honestly a waste of my team read more


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