Tokyo ESP manga is written and illustrated by Hajime Segawa. It began serialization in Kadokawa Shoten's Shōnen Ace magazine with the April 2010 issue. The first tankōbon volumes was released on July 26, 2010, and eleven volumes have been released as of July 26, 2014.
Urushiba Rinka was a fairly normal high school girl, though she was a bit poor and her only family was her father. Then one day, she saw a penguin and some glowing fish swimming through the sky. Rinka might have thought it was a hallucination if there hadn't been another witness with her, a boy from her school with a strangely scratched-up face.
Contact with a fish caused her to pass out, and when she awoke, she had developed the power to move through inanimate objects... such as the floor of her apartment! Later, a call from her father showed her that she was not the only one the flying fish bestowed with hard-to-control superpowers! What exactly is going on here? And does Rinka's classmate know more about this situation than he's letting on?
Power of the Verse
Characters in this verse are mostly human with no big difference between each other in almost all cases. Some exceptions are characters that use Ki as a weapon, which makes them superstrong or gives them bulletproof skin.
And all main characters have a special ability. The verse is full of teleporting, phasing, magnetism, illusionism, and many other ESP-type abilities.
With the current development the antagonists will most likely get a huge power boost (like teleporting a lot of skyscrapers into the air on a scale of an average town).