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Juunikyuu de Tsukamaete

Juunikyuu de Tsukamaete

Alternative Titles

English: Zodiac P.I.
Synonyms: Zodiac Detective, Junikyu de Tsukamaete
Japanese: 十二宮でつかまえて

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 20
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 3, 2001 to Dec 3, 2002
Authors: Ando, Natsumi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Nakayoshi

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Score: 7.491 (scored by 1811 users)
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Ranked: #36292
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Popularity: #2469
Members: 3,259
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Synopsis

Lili is just like any other girl except she can foretell the future! This 'Zodiac PI' relies on horoscopes and astrology to help her solve crimes and track down criminals. When there's trouble a'brewing, she transforms herself into the magic Detective Spica and looks to the stars to guide her way. Before long, she is joined by her childhood friend, Hiromi, who dreams of becoming a detective as skilled as Lili. Soon, no astral investigation is too arduous for this dynamic duo!

(Source: Tokyopop)

Background

Juunikyuu de Tsukamaete was published in English as Zodiac P.I. by Tokyopop from July 8, 2003 to December 9, 2003.

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Nov 22, 2009
AnimeQT (All reviews)
Hmmm, writing a review isn't my best point. But I dont know, I just wanted to write one for it.

Zodiac P.I. is a mystery book with romance. I have to admit the mystery side of the story isn't detailed like other's. They solve the crime short and fast, sometimes not even knowing how they could even think of that from just noticing something. If you prefer the much more detailed detective work, then I would advice you to stay away from this as you might be in for some dissapointment. However if you simply just anjoy the mystery genre not minding how detailed it is, read more
Aug 9, 2009
madbrilliant (All reviews)
Ok, I keep reading reveiws around the net about this manga and how it's unrealistic and therefore somehow sub-par. And I'll concede that a few of the mystery solving explanations are a bit more Scooby Doo than CSI, but I thoroughly enjoyed this story.

Lili Hoshizawa is an astrologer that moonlights as a private investigator (Spica) who solves mysteries with her partner, love interest, and childhood friend, Hiromi Oikawa. The characters are sweet, quirky, and sympathetic.
Apr 3, 2013
angelsreview (All reviews)
First off, I love this manga series so much that I made sure to buy all the books quite fast. It helped that there are only 4 books though. Anyway, the characters are fun and actually rather entertaining, even the ones that don’t stay for very long. Lili herself is actually very cute and smart, especially when it comes to astrology but I noticed that the only thing she seems to use is a person’s sun sign. Not that that’s a bad thing, but it does throw me off slightly since I know some things about astrology.

Her friend is a bit odd though being allergic read more
Sep 20, 2012
queenthamikage (All reviews)
I just realized that Kotomi looks like Akane at Kitchen Princess, Um, and Lili looks like Najika, Oikawa looks like Daichi.

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