YMMV: RIN-NE

  • Foe Yay: There are moments with Rinne and Masato.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: Rinne's father is voiced by Kappei Yamaguchi, aka InuYasha and Ranma Saotome. The hilarity came with the fact, at least with the western audience, everyone was expecting Yamaguchi to voice Rinne instead, taking into account he worked voicing the main character in two previous works from the same author.
  • Nightmare Fuel
    • In chapter 63, there's an extremely small mini-shrine with small children's hands coming out of it, asking for help. VIZ even typed out the multiple "Saaaaave ussss~" requests in a spooky font. It's probably the creepiest moment in the entire series, so far.
  • The Untwist
    • Rinne's grandmother Tamako is the one who brought Sakura back from the land of the dead. It's obvious to the audience right from the first panel she's reintroduced.
    • The "hot secretary's" identity.
  • The Woobie: It's pretty much impossible to not feel sorry for Rinne. With the way his life is, he really deserves a hug; and maybe some more offerings at the weather hutch.
    • Jerkass Woobie: Arguably Kain, as antagonistic as he is to Rinne, since Sabato keeps swindling money from his mother.
  • X Meets Y
    • Starts off looking like (early) Bleach meets InuYasha.
    • More like Bleach meets InuYasha meets Ranma meets Urusei Yatsura.
    • The more glaring Bleach similarities end within a few chapters, so now it seems like InuYasha meets Urusei Yatsura, performed by the cast of Ranma after a make-over while reading some Bleach.
    • The main difference between this and most other ghost manga is that RIN-NE focuses more on solving the spirits' problems to make them go on instead of beating the shit out of them. There really isn't much fighting here.