Series: Descendants of Darkness

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Descendants of Darkness, Volume 1 by Yoko Matsushita1
Descendants of Darkness, Volume 2 by Yoko Matsushita2
Descendants of Darkness, Volume 3 by Yoko Matsushita3
Descendants of Darkness, Volume 4 by Yoko Matsushita4
Descendants of Darkness, Volume 5 by Yoko Matsushita5
Descendants of Darkness, Volume 6 by Yoko Matsushita6
Descendants of Darkness, Volume 7 by Yoko Matsushita7
Descendants of Darkness, Volume 8 by Yoko Matsushita8
Descendants of Darkness, Volume 9 by Yoko Matsushita9
Descendants of Darkness, Volume 10 by Yoko Matsushita10
Descendants of Darkness, Volume 11 by Yoko Matsushita11
闇の末裔 12 (花とゆめCOMICS) by 松下 容子12
Descendants of Darkness Character Book by 松下 容子artbook
Descendants of Darkness Sketch Book by 松下 容子artbook

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  15. Pet Shop of Horrors, Volume 1 by Matsuri Akino (1995)

Series description

Even after death, life is full of paperwork and criminals. Tsuzuki Asato is a 26 year old, happy-go-lucky, and dorky shinigami (god of death) whose job is to makes sure that those who are dead remain dead and stay in their proper realms. Even though he's had this job for over 70 years, he is in the worst division with horrible pay. He also has a knack for not keeping partners (since shinigami work in pairs), but now he seems to have one that will stick around; stubborn, smart-mouthed, serious and defensive 16 year old, Kurosaki Hisoka. With each case they investigate, they come closer to the conspiracies of the serial killer Dr. Muraki Kazutaka. From the plots of Muraki, to other cases, and the dramatic events of the shikigami (animal gods) world, afterlife is very busy. Amidst all this, Tsuzuki's relationship with Hisoka is growing stronger and closer...but there is a dark past to how Tsuzuki died that will not give him peace.

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