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Omukae desu.

Omukae desu.

Alternative Titles

English: Omukae desu.
Synonyms: Nigai Kusuri ni Amai Uso, Bitter Medicine and Sweet Lie, Henka no Housoku, Tokiwa 2-hon Matsu, Tennen Kyuushinryoku α, Muteki no Heart Beater, Zenyasai Patroller
Japanese: お迎えです。


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jan 23, 1999 to ?
Authors: Tanaka, Meca (Story & Art)
Serialization: LaLa


Score: 7.271 (scored by 619 users)
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Madoka is a high school student who is recruited by Nabeshima—the guy in the bunny suit—to work for the GSG (Gokuraku So Gei, a transportation service to heaven). Nabeshima is just way too busy, and since Madoka seems to have the power to see lost souls, he's recruited to help lighten the workload. Madoka is given the job of transporting wandering souls to the afterlife—on motorcycle! But many of the dead are reluctant to leave this world, feeling they haven't accomplished everything they should have in their lives. Madoka must assist the deceased in performing tasks that will help them finally feel closure and make them willing to leave everything behind for good.

(Source: MU)

Included one-shots:
Volume 1: Henka no Housoku, Tokiwa 2-hon Matsu
Volume 2: Tennen Kyuushinryoku α, Muteki no Heart Beater
Volume 4: Nigai Kusuri ni Amai Uso (Bitter Medicine and Sweet Lie)
Volume 6: Zenyasai Patroller


Omukae desu. was serialized in LaLa magazine from March 1999 to March 2002 issue. In commemoration of the series getting a drama TV adaptation, serialization resumed in April 2016 issue after the series took 14-year hiatus.

The first five volumes were published in English by CMX Manga from August 1, 2006 to August 30, 2007.


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Mar 13, 2009
The story is very light-hearted and just a fun read. It's funny, but at the same time you get to see how ghost feel having to leave the ones they love behind. if your looking for hardcore ghost and horror this isn't for you. There is some romance and the interaction between the characters is very amusing. Though the ending could be better, it's still good. It's a very sweet and funny story to read. hope you enjoy it as much as i did!
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Jun 11, 2011
This manga had a very uninviting cover..Kinda didnt seem intriguing. The summary on the back did NOT help at all. However! once you read it you realize its more than your average cookie cutter story about the afterlife.
Its got a good comedic line running through it..and the characters make you want to know more about them. (except for the main hes...average).I like mica's manga, she also wrote A Bride for the Dragon which was a wonderful series. Youd want to read this manga if you wanted a manga about the after life..that is more lighthearted than anything. It tends to put death in a studying read more
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