Shuuseki Kairo no Himawari
IC in a Sunflower
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Shuuseki Kairo no Himawari

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Keep Those Condoms Away From Our Kids, The Iron Maiden, The Sunflower Quality Of An Integrated Circuit, The Other Side of the Rose Wire, Fish Out of Water, Mister Mineral, Alive
Japanese: 集積回路のヒマワリ
English: IC in a Sunflower
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 7
Status: Finished
Published: May 1994 to Aug 1997
Genres: Drama Drama, Sci-Fi Sci-Fi
Theme: Psychological Psychological
Demographic: Josei Josei
Serialization: Feel Young
Authors: Mihara, Mitsukazu (Story & Art)

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Score: 7.071 (scored by 313313 users)
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Ranked: #67392
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Popularity: #14352
Members: 746
Favorites: 6

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Synopsis

A cyber-punkish collection of stories revolving around the theme of the "DOLL" series.

1. Gum no Iranai Kodomo-tachi (Keep Those Condoms Away From Our Kids)
2. Rissa no Tetsu no Hitsugi (The Iron Maiden)
3. Shuuseki Kairo no Himawari (The Sunflower Quality Of An Integrated Circuit)
4. Bara Tessen no Mukougawa (The Other Side of the Rose Wire)
5. Kago no Sakana (Fish Out of Water)
6. Koubutsu-kun (Mister Mineral)
7. Anata wa Ikiteiru (Alive)

Background

Shuuseki Kairo no Himawari was published in English as IC in a Sunflower by Tokyopop on January 9, 2007.

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Mar 13, 2013
BabyBat (All reviews)
I absolutely love this manga. It's a series of seven psychological drama short stories, many of them set in science fiction worlds. The stories are all wonderfully gripping and emotionally powerful. These shorts are much better, in my opinion, than some of her longer series like Dokuhime. The art is good but not Mihara's. I enjoyed the work so much I've read it twice now. I highly recommend it to fans of psychological dramas.

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