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Blue Exorcist Chapter 129: Release Date Delayed, Spoiler Discussion and Read Online

Blue Exorcist has been a hugely successful Japanese anime series. It was started from April 2009, till now it is continuing to publish. But the sad news is the upcoming chapter release of Blue Exorcist is going to be delayed. Here are the details.

Release Date Delayed 

Blue Exorcist Chapter 129: Release Date Delayed, Spoiler Discussion and Read Online

Blue Exorcist chapter 129 is delayed for 2 months. The series writer and illustrator Kazue Kato had told that she is not ill or affected by Corona, she only needs a break for her physical and mental health. The new release date is April 3, 2021. Blue Exorcist chapter 128 was released on January 3, 2021.

Spoilers 

Blue Exorcist is the story of twin brothers Rin Okumara and Yukio. They are teenagers. Rin discovers that their father is Satan and they inherit the power of him. Satan kills the twin’s guardian angel and exorcist Shiro Fujimoto. This incident leads Rin to seek revenge from Satan. Rin then joins True Cross Academy under Yukio’s tutelage to become an exorcist.

Blue Exorcist Chapter 129: Release Date Delayed, Spoiler Discussion and Read Online

The previous chapter recalls a summary by Blue Exorcist’s official page. The chapter 128 is titled ‘Of One Cloth-Shine’. The summary reads: “In the wake of tumultuous battles between the twins, the team takes some time to relax, while the True Cross Order search the wreckage of the Dominous Liminis for Lucifer and his allies.”

Blue Exorcist Chapter 129: Release Date Delayed, Spoiler Discussion and Read Online

However, in chapter 129, no spoilers will be available before 2-3 weeks from release. The story will probably follow from the previous chapter’s end. Fans have to wait till the end of March to get new spoilers.

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Read Online 

Blue Exorcist gets published on Shueisha’s Jump Square magazine. The digital version is available on Viz Media and Manga Plus. These two sites provide free reading. But readers can get subscribed too.

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