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Freesia (Manga)

Freesia

Alternative Titles

Japanese: フリージア

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 12
Chapters: 82
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 29, 2001 to Aug 25, 2009
Authors: Matsumoto, Jiro (Story & Art)
Serialization: Ikki

Statistics

Score: 7.831 (scored by 1237 users)
Ranked: #15952
Popularity: #1064
Members: 3,618
Favorites: 95
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top manga page.

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Popular Tags

psychological

Synopsis

Freesia is set in an alternative Japanese society that is at war, and has passed a law legalizing retaliatory killings. If somebody kills your loved one, you are legally sanctioned to kill, or hire someone to kill, the victimizer. The manga is set around a character who works for a firm that specializes in these retaliatory killings.

(Source: OneManga)

Characters

 Mariko
Higuchi, Mariko
Main
 Hiroshi
Kano, Hiroshi
Main
 Masaki
Mizoguchi, Masaki
Main
 Ichiro
Yamada, Ichiro
Main
 Hisae
Iwao, Hisae
Supporting



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Jan 5, 2009
Beatnik
In a modern Japan inexplicably at war with vague foreigners, its prisons emptied to fill the military with soldiers, its population constantly reminded via loud speakers in public streets, we begin the tale with a delusional young man, Hiroshi, who talks to an imaginary friend while killing people with remarkable ease thanks to an interesting suppressed past.

This initially unflappable man gets a job working as a proxy for vengeance-seekers via a newly instated vengeance act. The act is so outrageous that even author Jiro Matsumoto is laughing while he writes this brilliant manga. We are looking at a Japan where courts receive read more
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May 4, 2014
Veronin
Criminals do not always receive justice. If a murderer serves several years in prison and yet shows little change or remorse by the end of their sentence, should they be free to roam the streets and move on with their life? Written and drawn by the deranged Jiro Matsumoto, Freesia depicts a world where these criminals can be legally executed by a group of trained killers, formally known as 'enforcers'.

Rather than meeting a swift and painless end, targeted criminals are legally able to defend their lives by hiring a small group of bodyguards. If they cannot afford one (which is likely- a single bodyguard read more
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