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Rasetsu, Vol. 5 (Rasetsu #5)

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A Supernatural Spin-off of Yurara!

Reads R to L (Japanese Style). A Supernatural Spin-off of Yurara!

Rasetsu is taken aback by Kuryu's kiss, especially because she likes Yako. But between Yako unable to let go of his old love Yurara and her own curse in the way, can Rasetsu even confess her true feelings?
Paperback, 200 pages
Published June 1st 2010 by VIZ Media LLC (first published September 19th 2008)
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Miss
lord i am fictionally easy

like i generally advocate asking before kissing someone but ngl, i was rooting for rasetsu because yako was displaying unreal level of obliviousness

this aint no 'shoujo heroine refuses to be direct in any way' situation, rasetsu straight up told him she liked him, what else could she do at that point

so yeah. come on yako, i miss yurara too but look at the cutie pie in front of you and do some self-examination of your feelings, you might be surprised at what you find

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Kereesa
Another wonderful, though ever so creepy volume in this series!

So most of this volume is taken up by this strange curse over this pregnant woman, and at first I was like yeah, yeah, Rasetsu and Gang gonna take this shit demon/ghost out!

BUT IT GOT SCARY!



AND THEN THE DEMON GHOST THING SHOWED UP.



OH DEAR LORD WAS IT SCARY. AND CREEPY. I think I hugged my cat afterward to feel better!

I mean it was a great little arc, but *shivers* this series has some of the freakiest art at times...

Oh and there was
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Estara
This has an exponential amount of effective drama for Rasetsu's feelings towards her two possible suitors, especially Yako, and her further coming to terms with her situation.
K.C. Rivers
Now we're getting somewhere! I'm finally starting to really like the characters and want to see what's going to happen in just a year's time. The pressure's on for Rasetsu!
»ƒranxine«  Bau†is†a
Okay, I'll take Yako. He has decency.
Kuryu creeps me out. Like seriously, he plays around too much, but he's creepy. His love for Rasetsu is way over the top.
Sarah Evans
Some good character movement in this volume.
Amelia Fransiska
awwwww
endingnya ^^b
yummieeee
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