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Type: Manga
Volumes: 12
Chapters: 70
Status: Finished
Published: Not available
Genres: Seinen
Authors: Otsuka, Eiji (Story), Kinutani, Yuu (Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.141 (scored by 391 users)
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Ranked: #73742
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Popularity: #5138
Members: 1,437
Favorites: 15
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Volumes: /12
Chapters: /70
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After a long absence, the young shaman Samizo Kohei returns from the dead with a prophecy of the apocalypse. Or part of him returns, at least - most of his body has been replaced with the transplanted body parts of his former friends, all retaining their distinctive personalities. He returns to his home in Shinjuku, where he works as a psychic surgeon in an unlicensed clinic. Here he serves as the unofficial guardian of the Shinjuku underground, solving paranormal murder mysteries, with the assistance of an assortment of other bizarre mystics and semi-human allies. Meanwhile, the others wonder exactly what Kohei has become, and whether he has returned to prevent the apocalypse, or to initiate it.


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Jan 20, 2017
jjssyy (All reviews)
(Caution: Spoiler hints)

Listen if you're here for the plot and are expecting something 'deep' out of this, you don't really have to bother yourself. But if you just wanna have fun, chuckle and look at good art at a comfortable pace, then this might be for you. I loved the series. The art was great, the characters were likeable, the subtle humor was just right up my alley, and the overall vibe felt very unique.

However, at the end of chapter 70, I find myself riddled with questions. Not necessarily a good thing I would say- it was more of a "Wait, what the f*** just read more
Apr 4, 2017
RanRan1223 (All reviews)
Listen, this is probably my favorite manga of all time. You can't just read a chapter and expect it to make sense so that your lazy butt brain can chill while Eiji Otsuka works his ass off to make such an intricate, DEEP, and detailed story. This story questions our humanity, it questions our social structure, it questions our mentality. If you enjoy reading manga for shits and giggles, this is not for you. If you'd like to go on a wild ride on the feels train, hop on, it's time to get your noggins working.

Overall 8/10
I rated it realistically since I know most people read more


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