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Area 51

Area 51

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: ReaJuu
Japanese: エリア51

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 15
Chapters: 72
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 21, 2011 to Jul 21, 2017
Authors: Hisa, Masato (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic@Bunch

Statistics

Score: 7.461 (scored by 135 users)
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Ranked: #40752
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Popularity: #10684
Members: 637
Favorites: 13
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Synopsis

In the American Area 51, there is a society where many varied supernatural creatures—kappa, vampires, aliens, gods and goddesses of various mythologies, mythological figures (like King Arthur), and more—make their home. In addition to the non-humans, there's also a population of humans, people who can't live in the ordinary world for one reason or another. One of these people is Magoi Tokuko, commonly known as McCoy, a tough woman who works cases with the help of her kappa associate, her deep knowledge of the area, and her pistol. In her office, which she's built in an unfinished subway station, she takes on all kinds of jobs (recovery of stolen goods, infiltration, etc.) from the many humans and non-humans who come to pay for her help.

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Jul 14, 2018
F1restar (All reviews)
Preliminary
Area 51 is both stylish and fun, while containing a heavier-than-you'd-expect dose of darker adult themes. With an interesting premise, impactful stories, and a cool art style, it's a real pleasure to read.

In this story, gods aren't gods -- they're people.

The premise of "various gods and legends of mythology coming together" is used a lot in anime and manga nowadays, but this particular interpretation is quite refreshing. It presents gods and other figures not as superpowered spirit-like beings throwing fire and destruction everywhere, but more like real people with power who integrate into human society and culture in Area 51.

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