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Kuruizaki no Hana

Kuruizaki no Hana

Alternative Titles

English: Demon Flowers
Synonyms: Flowers out of Season
Japanese: 狂い咲きの花

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 24
Status: Finished
Published: Not available
Authors: Hakase, Mizuki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Wings

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Score: 7.951 (scored by 241 users)
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Ranked: #10502
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Popularity: #8804
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Synopsis

The gods of Japan have been eaten by Oni*(Oni are devil-like demons). The Oni who now hold our lives in the palms of their hands have been searching for the "Out-of-season Flowers" children resulting from the union of Gods and humans. In the midst of this, an Oni called Ushitoru had a fateful meeting with one such child named Masato. After saving his life, Ushitoru steals Masato from his family and takes him away... Now 11 years have passed. With the addition of a young human girl called Nao, the three of them are living life kind of like a family. The most important meeting in their lives-Ushitoru, Masato and Nao have ties to each other stronger than anyone's. (Source: ShoujoMagic)

Background

Kuruizaki no Hana was partially published in English as Demon Flowers by Tokyopop, who published the first four volumes between September 11, 2007 and October 1, 2008, before the publisher became defunct.

Characters

Gold
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Kyoko
Supporting
Kagerou
Supporting
Inugami
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Sep 26, 2015
judgebob (All reviews)
I just want to start off by saying that I originally LOVED this series. I was in love with the characters, the story, and the art. The first four volumes are fabulous and very much leave you wanting for more. Of course, volumes 1-4 were printed in English and available to purchase via TokyoPop. After TokyoPop went defunct no one picked up to print the final volume. I've been waiting to find out how the story ended for about seven years as of this writing.

Tonight I finally found a scanlation online of the fifth and final volume. There were read more

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