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Normal City

Normal City


Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 15
Chapters: 121
Status: Finished
Published: Not available
Authors: Kang, Kyungok (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.591 (scored by 140 users)
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Ranked: #27142
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Popularity: #10966
Members: 415
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ManhwaKang, Kyungok (Story & Art)
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Volumes: /15
Chapters: /121


Normal City sets its background in a far future where mankind is on other planets and existence of ESPs is accepted.

However, ESPs are treated as a "tool" by the army.

The main character is code named "Kitty 101" by a scientist, Troll. Kitty 101 was biologically created by combining several strings of DNA with a man-made DNA. She was also given XY chromosome which turns her into a male on a regular basis.

However, one of Troll's scientists, Jason Haven, stole baby Kitty 101 and ran away in order to save her from the experiments. At the same time, Jason Haven named her Mars Haven and brought her as his own daughter, cause she looked like his lost daughter.

Time passed. The scientist Troll, Samuel Jones by his real name, proceeded with his experiments on the ESPs under his disposal.

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May 8, 2011
I'll be frank: when I started this and saw the art, I really though about dropping it right away. However, I decided to give it a chance and soon ended up so hooked I marathoned this in quite a long reading session. Important lesson about appearances indeed.

This story is pretty much character-driven. The poor art is not the only deceiving thing: at the beginning you get the feeling that you're going to read some gag manhwa. What you will soon get, however, is lots (and I mean LOTS) of angst, inner demons and overall sadness.

The main theme of this story is probably defined by the read more
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