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Keyman: The Hand of Judgement

Keyman: The Hand of Judgement

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Synonyms: Sonshi ga Ikusa


Type: Manga
Volumes: 13
Chapters: 67
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 19, 2011 to Dec 19, 2016
Authors: Warainaku (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Ryu


Score: 7.591 (scored by 915 users)
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Ranked: #30032
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Popularity: #2824
Members: 3,761
Favorites: 41


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Oct 3, 2014
txrxgxu (All reviews)
Keyman have quickly become one of those mangas where I am awaiting every new scanlation release with excitement. It is not the funniest, the most action filled or the best drawn art, but from chapter one it have been a tightly woven story with solid characters and great balance between action, plot, comedy and character development, set in an awesome film noir world that is perfect for the story. It is heavily influenced by american action comics - it even have english SFX - but this never gets self referential to the point where it looses focus and becomes a meta comic.

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Feb 29, 2016
deadoptimist (All reviews)
This gets surprisingly good, and I say this as someone who was already phrasing her tear-apart review. What carries this manga is the intrigue – the wish to know the secret behind its many mysterious events, what buries it is the weak flow and certain distastefulness (especially in fanservice). What may not suite everyone is severely monumental art. It’s the first serialized work of its author, and an overly ambitious one at that, it develops on the go. My patience with the first 20 or so chapters paid off later, when the main plot kicked in. So why only 6/10? It’s risky, I can’t recommend read more
Nov 27, 2019
AsianG (All reviews)
Story - 8 I really loved this manga's whole story, the author Warainaku has really outdone himself, making a super interesting world full of interesting rules. The story starts out a bit slow but gets going really quickly and once it gets goig you won't be able to put it down. Its full of a lot of mysteries and many twists and turns and overall doesn't have many plot holes (only 2 big ones) which are mostly there to give the story a fantastic ending, oh did I mention that this story actually has a fantastic ending and is completely scanlated.
Art - 10 I read more