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Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 7 by Yuki Midorikawa
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Now the story is really moving because Natsume has encountered an exorcist who treats youkai even more coldly than Natori did originally. Matoba is the head of a clan of exorcists and sees youkai as a means to an end. He's willing to hurt and use Natsume as well as random youkai in order to complete the bounties he is after. With Matoba in the picture, the story should pick up.
The extra manga this time is much less controversial. It has three teenagers in a forest with two trying to tell each other secrets. In the end only one of them actually says anything, but it is a sweet story.
The manga includes some violence including evidence of bullying, fights between youkai, Natsume and Nyanko-sensei, but the worst results seem to be cuts, bruises and talk about eating people (very rarely do people actually get eaten in the series). There isn't any cursing. Nyanko-sensei is a drunkard, who spends most of his time in a Lucky Cat form.
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