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Arisu Ga Fushigi

Arisu Ga Fushigi

Alternative Titles

English: Mysterious Alice
Synonyms: Mysterious Alice
Japanese: アリスが不思議

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 18
Status: Finished
Published: 1992 to ?
Authors: Kawachi, Yukari (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

Statistics

Score: 7.221 (scored by 216 users)
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Ranked: #62772
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Popularity: #10655
Members: 450
Favorites: 2
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MangaKawachi, Yukari (Story & Art)
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Volumes: /5
Chapters: /18

Synopsis

The story centers on Arisu, who just started high school. Her first day of school, which also happened to fall on her 16th birthday, was rather catastrophic. Arisu was absolutely devastated, and when she came home, she overheard her parents arguing.

She discovered her parents are actually a devil and an angel! Her mother, the angel, explained that she and her father, the devil, fell in love and got married. Arisu is actually half demon and half angel. She cannot control her powers because of this and needs to find her true love. According to her mother, she can track him down by following the red threads tying them together--but Arisu discovers her threads have been cut, and she must find him using the old fashioned way! - Selene Scans

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Characters

Haneda, Tatsushi
Haneda, Tatsushi
Main
Aoyama, Ryuunozomi
Aoyama, Ryuunozomi
Main
Amano, Arisu
Amano, Arisu
Main
Amano, Mirai
Amano, Mirai
Supporting
Amano, Mirei
Amano, Mirei
Supporting
Amano, Tsugi
Amano, Tsugi
Supporting


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MissRoku
Aug 30, 2009
After the first few chapters, Arisu ga Fushigi seems like nothing more than a super-sweet shoujo love story with stereotypical characters. Do not be fooled! I continued reading it because it was cute and quaint, and gradually it become more intense and unique until the end nearly brought me to tears. Every fan of the shoujo genre should give this one a go!
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