The supernatural anime genre has long been dominated by demons and exorcists, which is in part why anime has become so popular around the world. When it comes to exorcist and demon anime, it’s hard to beat Blue Exorcist (Ao no Exorcist). The idea of Blue Exorcist, like many other successful supernatural anime series, has a sinister undertone to it. The anime, on the other hand, offers an engaging and action-packed tale that stays close to the core theme.

Despite the fact that Blue Exorcist is a dark film, it isn’t as complex or profound as its stunning graphics and the musical score would have you believe. “Son of Satan becomes an exorcist to defeat his own father” is a topic and premise that is overused and unoriginal. However, Blue Exorcist manages to keep things interesting without becoming tedious.

Despite its Shonen roots, Blue Exorcist incorporates plenty of fresh ideas. Satan, demonic possession, and a lot of exorcism in the guise of combat are all part of the plot.

However, despite its predictability, it still manages to amuse the viewers with ease. With distinctive characters and a good balance of humor and seriousness, this show is a must-see.

The following is the recommended viewing order for Blue Exorcist (Ao no Exorcist).

1. Blue Exorcist

Alternative Title: Ao no Exorcist
Episodes: 25 CrunchyrollFunimationVRVNetflix

2. Blue Exorcist The Movie

Alternative Title: Ao no Exorcist Movie
Episodes: 1 (Movie)
Stream/Buy On: Unknown

3. Blue Exorcist: Runaway Kuro

Alternative Title: Ao no Exorcist: Kuro no Iede
Episodes: 1
Stream/Buy On: Unknown

4. Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga

Alternative Title: Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen
Episodes: 12
Stream/Buy On: CrunchyrollFunimationVRV

5. Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga OVA

Alternative Title: Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen OVA
Episodes: 2
Stream/Buy On: Unknown

Studio A-1 Pictures’ Blue Exorcist is an action-adventure dark fantasy series. The manga series from which the anime is adapted is by Kazue Kato.

In Assiah, people live among humans; in Gehenna, demons live among demons. It’s practically hard to get in touch with the other planet. When possessed by a living human being, however, demonic entities have access to the Assiah world. In order to safeguard the Assiah from the demons, people are trained as exorcists.

Father Fujimoto, a local monk, has been raising Rin Okumura and his twin brother Yukio since they were children. Father Fujimoto is assassinated when Satan launches an attack on the monastery. As a result of the encounter, Rin learns that he is in fact the descendant of Satan. Rin enrolls in True Cross Academy to train as an exorcist and defeat Satan in order to revenge Father Fujimoto’s death.

Fillers: Should You Watch or Ignore Them?
There is nothing wrong with the filler episodes, but the Season 1 conclusion undoes all of the character development made over the first season. We recommend skipping the fillers because of the disappointing conclusion, even though the rest of the anime is excellent.

As a result, it is not canon because it takes place between episodes 18 and 19 of Season 1. They can be accessed at any time as stand-alone programs (ideally after season 1).

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