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Author: Yellow Tanabe
ISBN: 1421511592
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Pages 192 pages
Publisher VIZ Media LLC (November 20, 2007)
Language English
Category: Teen and Young
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 421
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Kekkaishi 4, Paperback by Tanabe, Yellow, ISBN 1421502534, ISBN-13 9781421502533, Brand New, Free P&P in the UK Follows junior high school student Yoshimori Sumimura and his sixteen-year-old neighbor an. .

Kekkaishi 4, Paperback by Tanabe, Yellow, ISBN 1421502534, ISBN-13 9781421502533, Brand New, Free P&P in the UK Follows junior high school student Yoshimori Sumimura and his sixteen-year-old neighbor and childhood friend, Tokine Yukimura, as they battle evil forces in their mission to protect Karasumori forest. Kekkaishi by Yellow Tanabe (Paperback, 2007). Brand new: lowest price.

Author(s):Tanabe Yellow. Alternative(s): 結界師; 결계사; Kekkaishi Ayakashi Hojinden; Kết Giới Sư (Vietnam). Manga Summary: The fundamental gist of the Kekkaishi revolves around Yoshimori Sumimura, the next heir to the Sumimura family, as he lives as both a student by day, as well as a kekkaishi, literally meaning 'barrier master' as he utilizes barriers to defeat demons who wish to harness the power. Kekkaishi 11. Ch 11. 2015-06-21.

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Tragedy has struck the Yoshimori site, and each of our friends attempts to cope with their grief alone. Tokine searches for a secret way into Kokuboro's castle, Yoshimori trains for an ultimate confrontation, and Masamori returns home with a regiment of his night troops, leaving his little brother with no room of his own. Unfortunately, before long, one of our three heroes' quest for revenge requires a rescue...
sunrise bird
Good read, I will say that I did enjoy the first few chapters, but I was kind of disappointed with the deity because I expected more. However, I thought the last chapter was magnificent, and it made me want to buy the next volume
Zicelik
This series has heart and it has action. The manga and the anime both are wonderfully well written. The anime is sadly shorter than id have liked but for those wanting to know how things turn out in the end the manga will give you the closure youre looking for.
Vispel
This series has heart and it has action. The manga and the anime both are wonderfully well written. The anime is sadly shorter than id have liked but for those wanting to know how things turn out in the end the manga will give you the closure youre looking for.
post_name
This series has heart and it has action. The manga and the anime both are wonderfully well written. The anime is sadly shorter than id have liked but for those wanting to know how things turn out in the end the manga will give you the closure youre looking for.
Danrad
in great condition so marks and no stickers
Butius
Yoshimori and Tokine are caught in a trap, and without Gen as backup. Their Kekkaishi powers have been nullified and all that remains are the abilities of two School-Aged teens.

Story overview:
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Tokine executes a plan of action that uses herself as bait. Not on board with this is Yoshimori, whose main goal is to keep Tokine safe. Instead he comes up with a better plan (amazing for him), which destroys the barrier restricting their Kekkaishi powers.

Meanwhile Gen--after mostly recovering from his injuries--nearly transforms into his full ayakashi form. Thankfully for him a man named Hiba (as we discover was put in charge of watching Gen) puts a stop to this. Later we are shown Gen's childhood and how he goes berserk and almost kills his beloved sister. (With his brothers and parents the way they were, there's no wonder Gen acts the way he does.) Thankfully his sister didn't die, but Gen finds himself taken away by Masamori to learn to control his power.

Back in the present time we rejoin our Kekkaishi duo. The battle goes on until all but the head ayakashi, Kaguro, is left. He himself actually kills the last ayakashi since he didn't like the creature's tactics. Walking away, he decides to come back and try again another day. Once the two Kekkaishi meet up with Gen, they are thankful to find the boy hasn't been kicked out of the Shadow Organization.

My thoughts:
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It was interesting to learn how there are two types of half-ayakashi: (1) Parasitic type, which can only alter a specific body part, and (2) Integrated type, which can totally transform, but in doing so they turn into a complete ayakashi and lose control. Gen is the latter form. Interesting story for sure. There's always a new mystery unfolding and great character interactions: still a page turner even in its eight volume.

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Same rating as the others: thirteen plus and targeted mainly towards boys. No sexual situations or major cursing. Just typical manga violence that appeals mostly to boys (and yes, to me as well).

James D. Maxon
Author of Traphis: A Wizard's Tale
Chuynopana
In the first two volumes of Kekkaishi, we learned about two teens from different families who are guardians by night. They keep creatures (ayakashi) away from their school to prevent them from becoming greater threats; as the beasts absorb the hidden power that's buried there.

Story overview:
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Yoshimori practices his kekkai barrier on a large bolder, but when practicing his "Joso" (positioning) of the kekkai, he struggles to get it where he wants. It seems his powers are enormous, but his control has yet to improve. Tokine on the other hand has the opposite problem: she has complete control but is limited on power. They both secretly envy the other's abilities and use this as motivation to improve their skills.

They come across a Hiwatari (Ice Blower) ayakashi, and Yoshimori ends up positioning himself in front of Tokine to protect her. Together the two of them join forces (ignoring the family feud) to defeat the foe. We learn of an ability called "Nenshi" (Sense Thread,) which is a kekkai in the form of a string rather than a box. Their job is never done, and soon they face a new enemy for Yoshimori to practice the Nenshi on. Among the group is an old friend of Yoshimori's magical ghost-like dog, Madarao.

We learn some past history with Madarao and how his/her old friend Koya were both wild dogs living off the land until man came and destroyed it by war, thus forcing the two companions to starve to death. Now it has been five hundred or so years later, and Koya wants to kill humans for revenge. Yoshimori removes Madarao's collar so that he/she can use full power to defeat Koya. It still turns out to be too hard a task; it takes Yoshimori and Madarao working together, doing the very thing Koya despises (working with humans) to defeat him. Yoshimori then has the difficult task of creating a new collar on the huge beast Madarao has become, and he has to do so before he/she gets totally out of control.

My thoughts:
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I continue to enjoy this manga series. There's a lot of heart in the story and the characters are wonderfully designed (and executed.) It's interesting to know a little more history about Yoshimor's helper, and how things work between them. We also get a few more clues into the history of the clans.

James D. Maxon
Author of Traphis: A Wizard's Tale