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Kyoukai no Rinne


Alt Names: alt 境界のRINNEalt 境界的輪回alt 境界的轮回alt Circle of Reincarnationalt Kyōkai no Rinnealt Kyoukai no RINNEalt RIN-NEalt Rinne Cảnh Giới Luân Hồialt Rinne of the Boundary
Author: Takahashi Rumiko
Artist: Takahashi Rumiko
Genres: Action ActionComedy ComedyMystery MysteryRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeShounen ShounenSupernatural Supernatural
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: As a child, Mamiya Sakura mysteriously disappeared in the woods behind her grandma's home. She returned whole and healthy, but since then, she has had the power to see ghosts. Now a teenager, she just wishes the ghosts would leave her alone! At school, the desk next to Sakura's has been empty since the start of the school year. Then one day her always-absent classmate Rokudo Rinne shows up, and he's far more than what he seems! After school one day, Rinne helps Sakura deal with the ghost of a boy who has a crush on her. Rinne, it seems, knows just how to handle such ghosts, and has the skills and tools to properly dispatch them to the afterlife (for a small fee of course). Sakura starts to learn more about her mysterious classmate, and her curiosity about Rinne draws her deeper into the amazing world between life and death.
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Vol.22 Ch.211: The Silver Scythe
Roselia Scanlations tristanthorn A week ago
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41 Comments

Cover 28!!

 

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read earlier chapters here... http://www.mangapanda.com/kyoukai-no-rinne

 eh

Not like you to be meh on something, Catbug.

BTW is there any hope in having earlier chapters translated?

 

Viz used to do this really cool thing: they translated and hosted all the chapters online. For free. And the releases kept up with the Japanese releases.

 

But then a huge earthquake happened in Japan and... no more online English chapters came. Roselia scans took over at chapter 90 and have been (slowly) releasing ever since.

 

So to answer your question... there are no scanlation versions of the first 89 chapters because no-one needed to scan them. They used to be available for free! However, there are webrips online if you look hard enough... (Batoto doesn't host official scans).

Yeah he truly loves making manga, unlike Togashi who takes years off for really no good reason.

SHE, Rumiko Takahashi is a woman. Also she is know for having only female assistants.

BTW is there any hope in having earlier chapters translated?

 eh

 

To all whiners out there, Rumiko Takahashi-sensei created more mangas than Inuyasha (well, it was interesting for some time) and Ranma 1/2 (liked anime more).There is Mermaid Forest (there is nice anime adaptation), Urusei Yatsura (think about what would Gintama ancestor would look like, it has most of comedy ideas used nowadays), Maison Ikkoku (didn't watch or read it but sounds nice). Name at least one other mangaka who created so many GREAT mangas which were made into long going anime. I have to admit that her latest works are worse than earlier but they are still nice.

 

Yeah he truly loves making manga, unlike Togashi who takes years off for really no good reason.

Inuyasha and Ranma 1/2 were good, but Urusei Yatsura is Legendary, and was a pioneer who made the way for many other good things.

 

 

Exactly.  I think that one manga has had more effect on the subsequent writing of manga than any other, with the exception of the works of Tezuka Osamu Sensei.  If Tezuka was the manga equivalent of the Beatles on the rock scene, Takahashi-Sensei's Urusei Yatsura was the equivalent of ABBA on the pop scene.  Any of the four mentioned here, you can like them or hate them, but the influence is unquestionable.

 

Note - In my nsho, if you don't love Urusei Yatsura, you have NO sense of humor.  

 

Alright.  Now all Takahashi haters can excoriate me to their heart's content.  Please make it readable.

Yay this is being updated quicker, thanks Roselia.

 

We're on a weekly release schedule now.

Reading all of this I learned one thing ash guy does crap

Yay this is being updated quicker, thanks Roselia.

 

To all whiners out there, Rumiko Takahashi-sensei created more mangas than Inuyasha (well, it was interesting for some time) and Ranma 1/2 (liked anime more).There is Mermaid Forest (there is nice anime adaptation), Urusei Yatsura (think about what would Gintama ancestor would look like, it has most of comedy ideas used nowadays), Maison Ikkoku (didn't watch or read it but sounds nice). Name at least one other mangaka who created so many GREAT mangas which were made into long going anime. I have to admit that her latest works are worse than earlier but they are still nice.

 

Inuyasha and Ranma 1/2 were good, but Urusei Yatsura is Legendary, and was a pioneer who made the way for many other good things.

To all whiners out there, Rumiko Takahashi-sensei created more mangas than Inuyasha (well, it was interesting for some time) and Ranma 1/2 (liked anime more).There is Mermaid Forest (there is nice anime adaptation), Urusei Yatsura (think about what would Gintama ancestor would look like, it has most of comedy ideas used nowadays), Maison Ikkoku (didn't watch or read it but sounds nice). Name at least one other mangaka who created so many GREAT mangas which were made into long going anime. I have to admit that her latest works are worse than earlier but they are still nice.

I know that some of the past commentaries are kinda old, so the person who initially asked may not see this but as some others have already answered this manga is ok, decent or as I usually say it's worthy way to spend some free time, it is certainly not the author's finest work but is not awful at least to me, now if you want to read another work of this author that may not be as famous as Inuyasha or Ranma you could read Mermaid Saga, it is kinda short, interesting, a little bit darker than the rest of her work but not too much and to me that one is manga that I would gladly reread again some day if I can finish my monstrous "to-read" list of mangas.

 

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Someone mentioned the effect that the flow of time has in authors that have created some great and successful mangas in the past and while I kinda agree that that also seems to apply to Takahashi I don't think that her decline is as sharp (Inuyasha ended less than a decade ago, seven years if I'm not wrong) as that of the authors of other classic mangas from the 80's, Tetsuo Hara, Buronson, Kurumada and Toriyama are still active this days but most of the stuff they have released since their heyday has been mediocre at best.

Well, I actually do like Rinne.

Sure, it's not Inuyasha or Ranma but it's fun to read. Thanks alot for translating this Roselia Scanlations xD

Is this any good? Read ranma and inuyasha

 

You'll do better reading Urusei Yatsura. Tthis is without doubt the most boring and dullest work of Takahashi.

Is this any good? Read ranma and inuyasha

 

I loved ranma and decently liked inuyasha. rinne is very... normal. Kinda like proof that even a legendary mangaka like takahashi rumiko can't beat age...

But if u read it without knowing this is made by her then you might like it. By all means rinne isn't a bad manga, its just that its bad compared to stuff like ranma, maison ikkoku and urusei yatsura

It's not epic, but I don't think the mangaka meant it to be.  It's meant to be a fun read and that's exactly how I find it.  Thanks, Roselia, for translating it.

Happy ending for Rinne for once. Rare.

Is ch01-89 still available anywhere?

I think Takahashi has to be one of the most overrated Mangaka out there, the humor is oudated most of the time and she drains every story untl it becomes unsufferable.


I'll bet you never read Mermaid Forest yet.

Is this any good? Read ranma and inuyasha

More Ranma than Inuyasha. Straight characters in zany situations. 

Is this any good? Read ranma and inuyasha

I preferred Urusei Yatsura over Inuyasha. 


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