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Spirit Circle

Spirit Circle

Alternative Titles

English: Spirit Circle
Japanese: スピリットサークル

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 45
Status: Finished
Published: May 30, 2012 to Mar 30, 2016
Authors: Mizukami, Satoshi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Young King OURs

Statistics

Score: 8.551 (scored by 4473 users)
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Ranked: #1022
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #593
Members: 10,832
Favorites: 509
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Volumes: /6
Chapters: /45
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Synopsis

Fuuta Okeya can see ghosts. Besides that—and the bandage he always keeps on his cheek—he's a perfectly normal 14-year old boy enamoured with the new transfer student. Unfortunately, Kouko Ishigami wants little to do with him. A strange ghost that follows her, however, seems to feel quite differently. But, when Kouko sees the strange birthmark hidden beneath the bandage on Fuuta's cheek, she has a change of heart...for the worse. Not only does she denounce him as her enemy, but she claims that the birthmark is a curse she engraved upon his face during one of their many past lives. What happened between Kouko and Fuuta, and what is the connection to the strange, fantastical dreams that Fuuta begins to experience?

(Source: Seven Seas Entertainment)

Background

Spirit Circle was simulpub in English by Crunchyroll. Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed the series for physical release, with the first volume set for release October 10, 2017.

Characters

Okeya, Fuuta
Main
Ishigami, Kouko
Main
Fortuna
Supporting
Flors
Supporting
Flantyr, Vann
Supporting
Kajima, Houtarou
Supporting
Lafalle
Supporting
Rei
Supporting
Kouko
Supporting
Oobayashi, Raita
Supporting


More reviewsReviews

Mar 30, 2016
Sayuko01 (All reviews)
I'm afraid Spirit Circle, by Mizukami Satoshi, will like the excellent but often forgotten Hoishi no Samidare, become only a shadow hit, a read for the people who dig deeper and want different kinds of shonen. So let me try to convince you with this review to grab a book and read this very interesting story.

Art : 6/10

Let's get the bad stuff out of the way first : yes, compared to tenors of the shonen manga, the art is...Meh. Although this is an artstyle that feels really distinctive, and works quite well for expressions and faces overall, the real weakness lies in the background, who read more
Dec 8, 2016
czxcjx (All reviews)
I don't think I can think of a manga out there that contains as much Wisdom as Spirit Circle. This is surprisingly because Spirit Circle is a work that can't really be defined as 'realistic', and its individual components have been done almost everywhere else. Yet, while Hataraki Man can be viewed as a work that focuses on a micro perspective of life, and a work like Murasaki-iro no Qualia can be seen as a work that focuses on the macro and cosmic perspective of life, Spirit Circle is a work that is simply able to encompass all that, although it is not as psychologically read more
Jan 13, 2017
OverkilledRed (All reviews)
Satoshi Mizukami is a great storyteller with a clear vision of what he's creating. Maybe you're already familiar with his other works (like Samidare and Sengoku Youko) before you read Spirit Circle, so you probably noticed that already, but if that's not the case, you'll certainly like them and recognize this aspect. It's really cool when all the dots in the plot connects in a convincing way, because you can feel how everything presented was, to some degree, an important part of the overall structure of the story. You can tell that he has a goal in mind from the beginning and even likes to read more
Apr 5, 2016
Lodrak (All reviews)
I rly like this manga because it got more depth than certain other mangas but also because I get the feeling it ended before it got ridiculous and the meaning of the story was lost which I rly respect. What I mean by ridiculous is that some stories goes into the whole overpowered mc line when the mc have gone through a certain level of trial and this is mostly because progress is important but I think thats wrong when that overroll the message of the story. Why I think it got depth is because how it explores each character thoroughly but also introduced new read more

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