Jul 9, 2010
Artificial Maiden has left a certain impression on me for a long time and I always wanted to review this manga. So here we go.
The plot revolves around a scientist who takes the brain of a guy named Misumi who was killed and puts it into the body of a girl named Nina. Later in the series you find out why this guy is killed and why he was created. Not everything is what it seems to be in this manga as there are plenty of plot twists and turns. The one negative aspect concerning the plot of the series is the abrupt ending, leaving
you to desire more of the story, yet there is nothing else.
The art can be a little strange at moments and there is a lot of gore and nudity in this manga. Of course that kind of stuff appeals to me, but not everyone enjoys that kind of stuff. Misumi is an interesting character and he at first is rebellious and angry towards Hiruma, but as the series progresses he warms up to the scientist and eventually falls in love, despite the fact Misumi was previously a guy.
Artificial Maiden was an enjoying read and worthwhile read.
Reviewer’s Rating: 8
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