Kyoukai No Rin-ne 3; poor man exocist returns

Rumiko Takahashi is one of the most famous and wealthy female mangaka in Japan, authoring such classic and well-known series (even to those in the west) such as Inuyasha, Ranma1/2, Urusei Yatsura, and Maison Ikkoku. These animes were a part of my childhood on Animax. So I would have continued watching this regardless. This woman is the master of romcom- pentagons, so you will be laughing if you like this formula.

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Rin-Ne

The flow of Kyoukai no RINNE works pretty well for the most part of the show, which is pretty impressive when you consider that they literally took chapters from all over the manga and placed them in a completely new order. By doing this, stories no longer feel random, but instead, progress one to another. That’s not to say that all of the episodes are linked, but there is a natural feel to how things progress. This effort by Brain Base that allows for a better sense of growth and development from the characters. I really applause Brain Base for putting time and effort to do this. The randomness of the manga was the reason that made me dropped it.

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