Tokyo Ravens: Red And White Spinoff Manga Ends

posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Azumi Mochizuki's spinoff about boy in miko training class for girls

Azumi Mochizuki's Tokyo Ravens spinoff manga Tokyo Ravens: Red And White ended in the November issue of Kadokawa's Monthly Dragon Age magazine on Wednesday. Kadokawa also published the manga's first compiled volume on Wednesday. Mochizuki launched the series last year.

The story takes place in a cram school that trains onmyōji (practitioners of ancient Japanese occultism). There is a special "miko training class" that was initially for girls only. The story's hero is male, but he possesses the same powers as the girls in the school. But what will happen when he enrolls in a paradise full of girls--?

Kouhei Azano launched the original Tokyo Ravens light novel series in May 2010 with illustrations by Sumihei. Kadokawa will publish the 10th novel on October 19. Atsushi Suzumi is drawing the main manga adaptation of the story in Kadokawa's Monthly Shōnen Ace magazine, Ran Kuze (Tenshin ~World War Angel~) is drawing the Tokyo Ravens: Sword of Song spinoff in Kodansha's Monthly Shōnen Rival magazine, and COMTA drew the Tokyo Ravens: Tokyo Fox spinoff manga.

Azano's light novel series is also inspiring a television anime series that premiered on Tuesday. Funimation is streaming the series as it airs in Japan.

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