Muhyo & Roji's Bureau of Supernatural Investigation, Vol. 15
R to L (Japanese Style). Exorcism Incorporated: Specialists in Supernatural Law Enforcement; No exorcism is too creepy or too small.Are you a victim of unwanted spirit possession? Is there a ghost you need sent up and away...or down to burn for all eternity? If the answer is yes, then you need... show more
R to L (Japanese Style). Exorcism Incorporated: Specialists in Supernatural Law Enforcement; No exorcism is too creepy or too small.Are you a victim of unwanted spirit possession? Is there a ghost you need sent up and away...or down to burn for all eternity? If the answer is yes, then you need Muhyo and Roji, experts in magic law. Serving justice to evil spirits is their specialty. Envoy Possession is forbidden by the rules of Magic Law, but Busujima and Umekichi aren't above breaking a few rules to put Teeki on the ropes. Meanwhile, Muhyo and the rest go head-to- head against Enchu, but will they be able to save him from the darkness of his own making?
Publish date: February 2nd 2010
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Pages no: 232
Edition language: English
Series: Muhyo and Roji's Bureau of Supernatural Investigation (#1)
The final volume of this series, and after having read it three or four times now, I'm still not sure how I feel about it. It wraps things up fairly well, and its nice to see Roji's growth from what he was capable of at the start to what he was capable of at the finish. the relationship between our ...
The main arc of the story is over, and while this book is still reasonable strong and still interesting, it felt like it belonged back in the first few volumes. The story is finally taking a look at how the real world relates to Magical Law, something which probably should have been broached much ea...
A decent volume, but there was just a lot in this issue that seemed to come out of left field. However, getting the humanization of the Cortlaws and their struggles was well worth it.
A fantastic wrapup to what's been the overarching story since I think volume 2. Teeki finally proves himself to be a truly powerful foe and the fate of pretty much everything hangs in the balance as Muhyo and his team try to finish an ultimate weapon to send him below.
I never thought I'd be this invested in Goryo and Ebisu winning a fight, but I think the epic one they have in this volumes is one of my favorites in the whole series.