In the late Edo Period, a demon known as the Impure King killed thousands of people. After defeating the demon, the Knights of the True Cross kept its left eye safely sealed away on Academy grounds - but now someone has stolen it! Hearing the thief has taken a child hostage, Yukio and Rin go to help. The investigation and pursuit will lead Rin and his friends to Kyoto and involve them even deeper in a sinister plot! But will his friends' knowledge that Rin is the son of Satan drive a wedge between them?
Blue Exorcist is finally back!! This story takes place after the group finds out that Rin is the son of Satan. For those of you who might be confused the ending of the first season was just a filler arc and didn't follow the manga. The first episode does a pretty good job of explaining this by showing a clip of where this story is continuing from. The animation is beautiful and much better than it was in the first season. The sound is good(still getting used to watching blue exorcist subbed), the song at the end was good, wasn't as great as In My World from the second half of season one. The characters are good, just that some got on my nerve for treating Rin the way they did and Yukio can still be annoying(still like him as a character). overall looks like this season of blue exorcist was worth the wait and I can't wait for the next episode.
Stupid sequel. I hate the "totally ignore the end of the first season and restart from half-way through it" BS. Either stick with what you did or don't bother with a second season.
Kyoto Saga is an amazing follow up from the first season of Blue Exorcist. At first, I couldn't get into the story, but as the episodes progressed, I started to like it and got hooked on it. The ending was amazing, and left me with goosebumps. Rin has developed from the first season, and has become more likeable in Kyoto Saga. All the characters haven't developed that much, and have stayed the exact same people they were from season one, apart from Renzo Shima, who didn't want to help out and is really unlikeable, whereas in the first season, he was willing and caring, and wanted to help out. The animation was brilliant, and has a fantastic contast of colours.
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