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Keishichou Tokuhanka 007 (Manga)

Keishichou Tokuhanka 007

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Shichou Tokoka 007
Japanese: 警視庁特犯課007


Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: 29
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 20, 2006 to 2012
Authors: Kaji, Eiri (Story & Art)
Serialization: Ichiraci


Score: 8.461 (scored by 1418 users)
Ranked: #1692
Popularity: #1524
Members: 3,566
Favorites: 149
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The "Special crime investigation department 007″ includes the most capable and extraordinary investigators and Fuyuki, who also becomes one of its members, is very capable, to. And she is paired with Kuze, a cool and very bishonen detective. Their combination proves to be the most dangerous one the police headquarters had ever seen!


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Kuze, Kyouichirou
Kuze, Kyouichirou
Ichikawa, Fuyuki
Ichikawa, Fuyuki
Sasaki, Toshihiko
Sasaki, Toshihiko

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May 28, 2010
Keishichou Tokuhanka 007, past the mouth-full title, the story definitely has, what I believe, an original twist. Cool, silent and deadly, Detective Kuze is the star detective in the police division, it's a given that he gets on the bosses nerves but overall, an interesting character. As we get to know Detective Kuze, what looks like a dumb-broad comes into the scene, although she's a main character and yeah, she's a great help to the investigations, she gets on my nerves.
We follow these partners-in-crime, or should I say, anti-crime, as they go solving crime after crime.

The art is pretty good, there is an faint effort read more
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Oct 13, 2011
{ Warning : May contain spoiler ! }
You have been warned , so if you don`t like spoilers; please leave if it`s not convenient for you to read Spoilers .

Keishichou Tokuhanka 007 , is a story about crimes , investigations and something similar to it. A 17 - year old girl named , Ichikawa Fuyuki , was sent to join the team Special Crime Investigation Department 007. She was partnered with the most handsome detective Kagami Ichirou or Kuze for short. Fuyuki is not just a normal girl , she has powers , where she can read / see the last person`s memories , so read more
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Dec 7, 2013
[User has finished reading series]
If you are a shoujo lover or looking for a sweet story with a lot of 'fluff' as I like to call it, then you will probably enjoy it as much as I have. If you're looking for a deep plot with a lot of character development, then this probably isn't for you. I won't talk about the summary here because it's already written, however, there might be some spoilers so you've been warned!

The story is pretty simple, but not too much development over the course of the chapters. The story revolves around the main characters solving individual cases with a read more
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Jan 9, 2013
Keishichou Tokuhanka 007 is a very exciting and brilliant manga. In some parts it seems very interesting and you want to find out more. The drawings and the character's features are very matching and associate with the story very much. The story and plot itself is very well written. Some scenes have almost nothing to do with other scenes, but once you read it to the end of the chapter or volumn or read the little notes left by the author you'll understand it.

I recommend this story to girls and people who want a heart throbbing manga to read. I hope this read more
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The two are both written by the same author, and the artwork in both are the same. Both in Kainushi wa Akuma (KwA) and Keishichou Tokuhanka 007 (KT) The main lead female are special and assists the male lead with their power - so far, as KwA there aren't many chapters out. And the personalities and reactions of the two female leads are both pretty similar. As for the male leads, in both, they are exceptional in their own ways. The difference between the two would be that KT is detective themed, while in KwA is more supernatural themed - with demons and priests. Overall,  read more 
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Keishichou Tokuhanka 007 (KT) and Teikoku Kyoudai (TK) aren't very similar, but the atmosphere that surrounds the main characters, and the sense of humor are very similar. KT is about a girl, Fuyuki, who has ESP and she uses this power to aid her co-worker Kuze. TK is about two brothers, Robert and Emile, who are part of the royal guard and the different stories and situations these two get into while serving their King. Although the plots aren't the same, these two are written by the same artist, so if you enjoy the characters and the feel the characters give, you'll enjoy the other  read more 
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-lip smoke has the girl pursuing the guy but in 007 it is opposite
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