Ichigo Kurosaki is an average high school boy with a not-so-average ability to see spirits - something that hadn't affected his life much until a strange woman entered his room one day. Named Kuchiki Rukia, she's a shinigami who was sent from the spirit world to destroy a hollow - a dead-soul-turned-monster; and much to her surprise, Ichigo can see her. When the hollow suddenly attacks his family, Rukia intervenes and is injured in the process, leaving Ichigo to fight it himself. But when Rukia lends him her shinigami powers - which is forbidden - he inadvertently drains them away and has no way to return them. Now, Ichigo is a full-fledged shinigami who must juggle his studies with his newfound duty of fighting hollows; but having gained his powers through forbidden means, the spirit world isn't going to leave Ichigo alone. Ichigo and Rukia must keep their situation a secret from the other shinigami, or the consequences could be dire.
Ga Rei is one of the great mangas that luckily caught my eye. The work done on this manga is magnificent and beautiful.
Bleach is one of the most read manga in Japan and al lot of effort is put into its procudtion on both anime and manga.
Ga Rei and Bleach both display stories about spiritual phenomena and exorcism. Bleach is more physical-fighting based while Garei uses and array of ways to exorcise ghost
Ga-Rei and Bleach are both manga combining the supernatural with action and comedy aplenty. They both have lead characters initially living in the regular, everyday world, but who eventually get sucked into supernatural affairs involving evil spirits of sorts (hallows in Bleach, spirits and demons in Ga-Rei). If you enjoyed one of these for their particular blend of plot elements, give the other a try!
Allen Walker is not your average fifteen-year-old boy - he is an exorcist and a member of the Black Order, an organization charged by the Church with the elimination of Akuma. The Akuma are the minions of The Millenium Earl - an evil demon-like entity intending to cleanse the world by destroying the entire human race in the manner of Noah's great flood. Allen and the other exorcists are special people who are compatible with a substance named Innocence, which allows them to form Anti-Akuma weapons; and as such Exorcists are the only ones capable of fighting the Akuma. Allen and his friends must battle to save humanity from the Akuma and Earl's evil plans.
D.Gray-Man is a manga that magnificently displays a blend of excorcism and fighting with a cool goth theme wrapped with many races around the world and displayed with a story of dramatic and funny proportions. This is truly a good manga that rightfully deserves a crown.
Ga-Rei is similar manga depicting exorcism immersed with a rich dose of Japanese culture and ancient folklore. It have magnificent visuals and much effort is spent drawing on each page. The story is amazing and drama and comedy comes in perfectly with it. Sadly this manga that rivals D.Gray-Man and Bleach is under appreciated by manga reader everywhere.
Check both of these manga out will not disappoint you! I swear it!
Yuuhi Amamiya is a loner whose mistrust of people was instilled in him at a young age by his abusive grandfather. So when an annoying talking lizard tells the university student that he is one of twelve knights chosen to stop the gigantic "biscuit hammer" before it smashes the Earth to smithereens, Yuuhi has no inclination to rescue such an unkind world. Despite his apathy, the boy is targeted by a golem while going about his day-to-day life, and ends up teaming up with the other knights anyway. One of his new companions is Samidare Asahina, the "princess" and leader of the knights, who secretly is only trying to protect the Earth so she can destroy it herself! Entranced, Yuuhi swears eternal loyalty to this cheerful devil that promises to crush the world he despises.
This one is hard to explain, but Hoshi no Samidare and Ga-rei feel somewhat alike. Maybe it's because of the similarity between the protagonists in those two manga or maybe it's because of the style of humor. Anyway if you liked one of those manga, you probably going to like the other one as well.
I can't really explain why, but for some reason those two action shounen series felt alike. If you liked one of them and want to check something similar, you could try reading the other one as well.
Guy can see ghosts; Ghosts can see him; They annoy him so much that he wants to beat the s*** out of them. This is how you could describe the male leads of both Let's Fight Ghost and Ga-re. If you find such plot interesting, those two are highly recommended.