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Teizokurei Monophobia

Teizokurei Monophobia

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Ghost Talker's Monophobia, Vulgar Spirit Monophobia
Japanese: 低俗霊MONOPHOBIA

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 27
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 4, 2009 to Nov 4, 2011
Authors: Okuse, Saki (Story), Tokiya, Seigo (Art)
Serialization: Young Ace

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Score: 6.881 (scored by 183 users)
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Ranked: #100402
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Popularity: #7861
Members: 796
Favorites: 2
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Synopsis

Houdzuki Maika is a high school girl who, in a sense, is never alone. Her twin brother Maito, who died before their birth, lives inside her and shares her life. They trade off on who gets to live each day and share most of their memories. However, the only times they get to see and talk to each other is when they are both asleep, where they can share the same dream. Perhaps as a result of this supernatural existence, Maika is able to see ghosts. In the first volume, the school counselor pulls Maika/Maito into helping out with discovering the truth behind the disappearance of a female student whose ghost has left a message scratched into their classmate. There are surely many more mysterious incidents ahead for the twins to face!

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Mar 14, 2017
txrxgxu (All reviews)
Preliminary
For someone with dissociative identity disorder there's some really mixed feelings to this. The series is filled with rampant sexist fanservice (and I dont use those words lightly) which feels out of place and unnecessary. The story is a continuation of some kind of franchise, and the characters never gets a proper introduction, so everything feels a bit random on why and how, and the story is kind of unorganized and hard to follow some places.

Still, the positive part, the manga does a REALLY GOOD JOB portraying multiplicity, both in the characters Maika/Maito and Po/Ai. When a movie like Split can portray multiples read more

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