Series: Rasetsu

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Rasetsu, Vol. 1 by Chika Shiomi1
Rasetsu, Vol. 2 by Chika Shiomi2
Rasetsu, Vol. 3 by Chika Shiomi3
Rasetsu, Vol. 4 by Chika Shiomi4
Rasetsu, Vol. 5 by Chika Shiomi5
Rasetsu, Vol. 6 by Chika Shiomi6
Rasetsu, Vol. 7 by Chika Shiomi7
Rasetsu, Vol. 8 by Chika Shiomi8
Rasetsu, Vol. 9 by Chika Shiomi9

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  1. Yurara, Vol. 1 by Chika Shiomi (2003)
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  3. Wild Ones, Vol. 1 by Kiyo Fujiwara (2005)
  4. Butterflies, Flowers, Vol. 1 by Yuki Yoshihara (2006)
  5. V•B•Rose, Vol. 3 by Banri Hidaka (2005)
  6. Otomen, Vol. 6 by Aya Kanno (2008)
  7. Shuriken and Pleats, Vol. 1 by Matsuri Hino (2015)
  8. Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 8 by Yuki Midorikawa (2009)
  9. Dengeki Daisy, Vol. 10 by Kyousuke Motomi (2011)
  10. La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 3 by Yuki Kure (2005)
  11. Mixed Vegetables, Vol. 1 by Ayumi Komura (2008)
  12. Flower in a Storm, Vol. 1 by Shigeyoshi Takagi (2008)
  13. Kiss of the Rose Princess 1 by Aya Shouoto (2011)
  14. Dawn of the Arcana, Vol. 7 by Rei Toma (2012)
  15. Voice Over!: Seiyu Academy, Vol. 1 by Maki Minami (2009)

Series description

This is a shoujo manga series that is running in Bessatsu Hana to Yume. It is a sequel series to Yurara, by the same author.

Yakou Hoshino has the ability to create barriers made of water. He then lends his powers to a ‘ghost buster’ company where he meets the agency's only 'real exorcist', a woman named Rasetsu. Though Rasetsu has mysteries of her own including the fact that she’s cursed by an evil spirit, and that she’s the spitting image of Yurara’s guardian ghost.

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