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Synonyms: Crimson Moon, Gekkoh
Japanese: 月紅GEKKOH


Type: Manga
Volumes: 7
Chapters: 59
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 22, 2001 to Jul 23, 2004
Genres: ActionAction, DramaDrama, EcchiEcchi, RomanceRomance, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Himuro, Serika (Story & Art)
Serialization: Young Animal


Score: 6.501 (scored by 20512,051 users)
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Ranked: #123362
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Popularity: #3055
Members: 4,256
Favorites: 11


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May 18, 2011
Master10K (All reviews)
Gekkoh; a typical straight-forward revenge story, which would have been just that, if it weren't padded out with uninteresting subplots and needless sexual content.

With the seedy, corrupt, underbelly of the Japanese Yakuza as its main focus; Kyoutarou Higawa is a highschool kid who's caught up in the conflict between his family's clan and other clans. Then one day Kumiko Shizuki, a girl he has never met before arrives to disrupt his life even further; by claiming to be his half-sister, who happens to be out for revenge. So Gekkoh immediately establishes itself as some kind of political drama, of the coalition & conflict within read more
May 11, 2011
Ston3_FreeN7 (All reviews)
There are plenty of times I've seen an anime or read a manga with low expectations, only to enjoy the work intensely. On the flip side, there are also works that, despite having an interesting premise, fail to deliver in the end. Gekkoh is one of the later type.

For many people, the Mafia, Yakuza, and any other organized crime group is a very interesting thing. As terrible as it may sound, people who have little to no regard for the law fascinate "us" and, as such, organized crime can be a very useful marketing gimmick for someone in the entertainment industry. When you combine that read more
Dec 14, 2010
Killuarex (All reviews)
Gekkoh deals with the story of a boy trying to figure out how to deal with his role as the son of a yakuza boss while helping his new-found sister uncover the story of her past. His other problem is the constant struggle with his own consciousness for being sexually attracted to his half-sibling, who tempts him at every opportunity.

At first, Gekkoh does not reveal anything that feels remotely engaging. The story seems cookie-cutter, the characters are flat and the pacing uneven. However, once you skip past the middle (around volume 5), things start looking for the better as more of the story is revealed read more