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M.C. Law (Manga)

M.C. Law

Alternative Titles

English: M.C. Law
Synonyms: MC Law
Japanese: エムシーロウ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 28
Status: Finished
Published: 2005 to ?
Genres: Mystery, Seinen
Authors: Asada, Yuaki (Story & Art), Tsurugina, Mai (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Bunch


Score: 7.381 (scored by 599 users)
Ranked: #45242
Popularity: #4047
Members: 1,388
Favorites: 3
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“Cause trouble in Shibuya and I’ll hear everything.”

Chiryu Mamoru is the former Shibuya Gang King (Crime Boss). Now he’s protecting the streets of Shibuya as the youngest lawyer in history. With an ear piercing as his lawyer badge and law as his weapon, he works to destroy the nest of evil and protect the people. Introducing one lawyer’s all consuming fight against heresy!!

“You can’t protect anything with VIOLENCE… that’s why I choose LAW!!”
(Source: Aerandria)


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Chiryu, Mamoru
Chiryu, Mamoru
Manaka, Yukimi
Manaka, Yukimi

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May 15, 2010
This was a very good manga because you couldn't help but love the plot and characters.. My only complaint is that it was ended to quickly, and I felt unsatisfied- I wanted more!
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