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Shinseiki Evangelion: Ikari Shinji Tantei Nikki

Shinseiki Evangelion: Ikari Shinji Tantei Nikki

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English: Neon Genesis Evangelion: The Shinji Ikari Detective Diary
Synonyms: Neon Genesis Evangelion: Ikari Shinji Tantei Nikki, Shinji Ikari's Detective Journal
Japanese: 新世紀エヴァンゲリオン 碇シンジ探偵日記


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 9
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 24, 2010 to Nov 24, 2010
Authors: Yoshimura, Takumi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Asuka (Monthly)


Score: 6.561 (scored by 317 users)
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Ranked: #141772
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Popularity: #6733
Members: 1,383
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When even a tough dude like his school pal Toji is getting menaced by gangsters, a nice guy like Shinji Ikari feels obliged to seek out the local private eye, Ryoji Kaji, and his striking young assistant, Kaworu Nagisa. Somehow, though, Shinji gets drafted into solving the case himself, with Kaworu's help—although Kaworu quickly proves to be a mystery of his own...

(Source: Dark Horse)


Shinseiki Evangelion: Ikari Shinji Tantei Nikki was published in English as Neon Genesis Evangelion: The Shinji Ikari Detective Diary by Dark Horse from September 17, 2013 to May 27, 2014.

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Feb 24, 2016
silverbeach (All reviews)
Shinji Ikari Detective Diaries is a doujinshi that somehow got translated and licensed by Dark Horse to be published in the United States of America, and now I am going to review it. I've only actually read the first volume, but I'm not some kind of respected authority or something, so whatever.

The story is... weird. But as far as I can tell, completely competent. No mind-blowing, intense, gorgeous conspiracies of crime-solving, unlike similarly described series such as Death Note, Terror in Resonance or Durarara. But there's no mind-blowing, intense, gorgeous failures of writing either. It's okay. It's just... conceptually, weird. Just makes you wonder where read more


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