Ao No Exorcist (Blue Exorcist) is a manga series written and illustrated by Kazue Katō. Ao No Exorcist was first published on April 17, 2009 in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. Ao No Exorcist tells the story of Rin Okumura who, along with his brother Yukio, is raised by Father Shiro Fujimoto. One day Rin learns that he and Yukio are the sons of Satan. Witnessing Shiro dying to protect him, Rin draws his father’s sword and pierces the Demon with it. From this act Rin now possesses all of his father’s demonic power. Ao No Exorcist has been licensed by Viz Media for an English language release since May of 2010. Ao No Exorcist takes place in True Cross Academy City, a city where the world’s most powerful exorcists reside and battle against demons as part of their everyday lives. Ao No Exorcist follows Rin Okumura who is a teenage boy living at True Cross Academy City with his younger brother Yukio. Ao No Exorcist soon reveals that Rin and Yukio are actually the sons of Satan which leads to Rin’s expulsion from True Cross Academy City for being a demon. Ao No Exorcist follows Rin as he learns to control his powers and enrolls in the Demon Diary Acadamy City to become an exorcist and defeat Satan. Ao No Exorcist has been adapted into an anime series, Ao No Exorcist: Kyoto Impure King Arc, which is currently showing in Japan on Tokyo MX. Ao No Exorcist has also seen releases in other mediums including an Ao No Exorcist live action film adaptation, Ao No Exorcist: The Movie, Ao No Exorcist stage plays, Ao No Exorcist Gekijouban: Kuro no Iede and Ao No Exorcist musical. Ao No Exorcist has been adapted into a video game series with Ao No Exorcist: Votoms O To Sukuinushisama, Ao No Exorcist: Zankou no Gouma and Ao No Exorcist: Kuzunoha Raidou Taisenki.
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