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Genjuu no Seiza

Genjuu no Seiza

Alternative Titles

English: Genju no Seiza
Japanese: 幻獣の星座

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 14
Chapters: 70
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 2000 to Aug 28, 2007
Authors: Akino, Matsuri (Story & Art)
Serialization: Horror Comics Special

Statistics

Score: 7.811 (scored by 417 users)
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Ranked: #15122
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Popularity: #5644
Members: 1,243
Favorites: 16
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Synopsis

Kamishina Fuuto would like to think he's a normal boy, but he is the reincarnation of the High Priest of Darashaal, a tiny Asian country that has just celebrated the inauguration of...its new high priest. Clearly, only one of them is the true priest, and unfortunately for Fuuto, it is he. As the celestial guardians come to dispose of him they discover that he is not, as their leader Naga says, a fake. Fuuto just wants to be normal and live a normal life, but he is constantly drawn into trouble as he has an extremely keen spiritual sense and the ability to soothe ghosts.

(Source: Tokyopop)

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Characters

Hanuman
Main
Naga
Supporting
Sohki
Supporting


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Dec 17, 2010
rava (All reviews)
This is a really under-rated manga. It's by the same woman who does Petshop of Horrors, and the art style is very similar, but the story is completely different.

The main character seems to be your usual "boy with special powers" character, but it's actually quite a bit more complicated than that.

Basically, the same excellent writing from Petshop of Horrors is now actually telling a coherent, linear story, which is quite original and interesting.

The only downside is the artwork, which although excellent, is just not QUITE amazing enough to carry a story like this. It was fine in petshop, where everything was a read more

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