Manga debuted in November 2013, started final arc in November 2020
The November issue of Shueisha‘s Jump SQ. magazine revealed on Monday through a comment by manga creator Yoshiaki Sukeno that the final arc of Sukeno’s Twin Star Exorcists manga will be split into three parts. Sukeno added that the manga’s first part will end in November.
Sukeno had stated in October 2020 that the manga was starting its final arc in November 2020.
Sukeno launched the manga in Shueisha‘s Jump SQ. magazine in November 2013. Shueisha published the 25th compiled book volume on July 2, and the 26th volume will ship on November 4. Viz Media is publishing the manga in English.
Crunchyroll describes the story:
Grotesque monsters known as Impurities reside in Magano, a realm parallel to the present day. Exorcists purify these evil apparitions to protect the people. Rokuro Enmado is opposed to becoming an exorcist, even though he has the talent to be one, but an oracle gives him the title of “Twin Star Exorcist,” the name bestowed upon married exorcists. Benio Adashino, the girl who receives the title along with Rokuro, is determined to exorcise all the Kegare, or Impurities, in the world. The two find themselves wrapped up in more and more battles together as the Twin Star Exorcists…
Sukeno launched the Sōsei no Onmyōji Tenen Jakko ~Nishoku no Kokkeiga~ spinoff manga on Shueisha‘s Shonen Jump+ website in August 2018 and ended the one-volume manga in December 2018. The manga is itself an adaptation of Hajime Tanaka’s Sōsei no Onmyōji -Tenen Jakko- (Twin Star Exorcists – Young Tiger Bound by Heaven’s Will) novel, which focuses on Seigen and Yukari. The novel shipped in Japan in August 2016. Tanaka wrote a second novel titled Sōsei no Onmyōji -Shiga Kenbyaku-, which focuses on Mayura and Shimon. The novel shipped in March 2017. Shueisha published the Sōsei no Onmyōji -Santen Haju- novel, the third novel based on the manga, in December 2018. Tanaka again penned the novel. The novel focused on the previously unknown past of Seigen, Shimon, and Tenma.
Source: Jump SQ. November issue