Kudou Shinichi is a seventeen year-old high school detective whom people call the "Modern Sherlock Holmes." However, one night after a date with his childhood sweetheart, Ran, Shinichi witnessed an illegal trade and, caught off his guard, was knocked unconscious and fed a drug that was supposed to kill him... but he woke up and found himself shrunken to a seven year-old. In order to track down the men who did this to him, Shinichi hid his identity and lived with Ran, whose father happened to be a hopeless detective, and with that came a series of murders and mysteries that he must solve.
Nagasawa Shiina was just your average third year high schooler when her father's company went bankrupt. To ease the strain on her family, she secretly begins prostituting herself. At her first job, a mysterious masked man crashes the party... and it's someone she knows...
Akumetsu is the story of Hazama Shou, who defends his own view of justice in a vigilante manner while wearing a mask and calling himself "Akumetsu."
Akira Houjou and Chiaki Asami are childhood friends who have experienced hell and lived to tell about it. They arrive in Japan to attend school, and soon witness the corruption and apathy of the country's population. Enraged, Akira and Asami vow to create a new Japan; a sanctuary with a new form of politics, devoid of corruption, where people are empowered to participate in the politics and future of their country. To accomplish this, Houjou and Asami aim to conquer Japan through two dramatically different routes: the Japanese Diet and the Yakuza. Decided by a game of rock-paper-scissors, Houjou ventures to seize control of the underworld while Asami pursues the position of Prime Minister.
Sanctuary is a dark, political thriller that tells the story of these two friends as they attempt to change Japan from the inside out and create their sanctuary.
[Written by MAL Rewrite]
Big Comic Superior
The main character is a detective, Kazuhiko Amamiya, suffering from multiple personality disorder. Starting out as a violent detective series with a twist (the twist being the variant personalities that take over Detective Amamiya at various intervals), the series evolves into an exceptionally complex and involved sci-fi conspiracy story.
The story is set in 1949 and follows Japanese-American comic book artist Kevin Yamagata as he draws the popular detective series "Billy Bat" for "Marble Comics." When he learns he may have unconsciously copied the character from an image he saw while serving in occupied Japan, he returns to Japan to get permission to use Billy Bat from its original creator. Upon arriving there, however, he becomes embroiled in a web of murder, cover-ups, and prophecy that all leads back to Billy Bat.
It is soon evident, however, that the truth of Billy Bat's nature is far larger than Kevin could ever guess, spanning millennia and across the world.
In a near future, technology has firmly taken root into society at large. Cybernetic implants are nothing uncommon and robots roam as plentiful as humans, all connected through their ''ghosts'' to the electronic datastreams of the net. Major Motoko Kusanagi and the Public Security Section 9 find themselves in a constant battle with the newly created wave of technological terrorists and cyber-hackers. But things take a turn once Motoko gets involved in a certain case involving an extremely dangerous ''ghost''hacker nicknamed the Puppeteer, as she dives deeper and deeper into the limitless reality of the net, to reach her own startling conclusions.
In the big city, drug crimes run rampant. Eto Kai and Kurabayashi Haru are two newcomer investigators who fight against them. In order to save the people from modern society, poisoned with drugs, the two turn to face an invisible enemy...
Volume 5: Drug Hunter (prototype)
Tokyo Police Department's Cybercrime Division is headed by the young, brilliantly ruthless Yoshino Erika. Her track record has been solid, but when a new threat appears online, it starts making all the headlines. A man who goes by Shinbunshi, because of the newspaper mask he wears, begins acting as a vigilante of justice. His message is simple: he can see what is wrong with society right now and although he doesn't have the power to change it, he can help the frustrated citizens release their pent up anger from the crimes that go unpunished like people treating others like trash, corrupt government pushing their weight around and other issues the typical person has no control over. Although it starts relatively harmless, it quickly snowballs out of control thanks to the power of social media and the Shinbunshi becomes an overnight internet sensation with the severity of the crimes exponentially increasing.
What do two Japanese detectives, a naked man on a city street, and a roundworm from Botswana all have in common? In the first volume of Manhole, Ken Mizoguchi and Nao Inoue investigate a string of bloody and mysterious murders, but their work uncovers a deadly biological agent which poses a threat of epidemic proportions. An unlikely lead starts them in the pursuit of a mysterious self-titled photographer, but meanwhile the infections keep spreading. The series may be best described as the thrilling combination of a detective story with biological horror.
After the crime rate began to spiral out of control in the third Toutoh empire, a law was established to help expedite trials and relieve the pressure on the overcrowded prisons, which were filled to the brim with criminals who had been sentenced to life in prison without any chance of parole. According to this new law, trials could still be held and the death sentence could still be given to accused criminals who hadn't been captured yet. Moreover, in order to capture these criminals who had been given a punishment by the courts, the Special Executions police force was created...
When his interior designer mom takes off to New York for a year, Toranosuke, dorky name none withstanding, gets sent to stay with his uncle. And it's just his luck that Ryouji's obnoxious, violent, and has the same sharp tongue as Tora's mom. Only it turns out that he's not really that bad, and maybe Tora's falling in love (with his uncle, of all people), and Ryouji has a heart of gold underneath the bellowing and violence. Except that Ryouji's pretty much the worst guy in the world to fall for: he enjoys sex more than eating, has a commitment problem, and has long since convinced himself that he's really, really straight.
(Source: Vices and Devices)
In the near future, it is possible to instantaneously measure a person's mental state, personality, and the probability that a person will commit crimes with technology called the Dominator. Just thinking about a crime can make you guilty, and in this world there is no mercy for criminals. Detectives work in pairs (one Enforcer and one Inspector) with Enforcers delivering lethal justice, and Inspectors making sure their partners don't take things too far.
"Aqua Eden"—a man-made floating island where gambling, sex trade, and thievery is allowed by the government. But there is one more thing that lurks in the streets of the island-vampires. Mutsura Yuuto is working with one of them, and together with a few other members of their group, they fight to uphold morals on the island.
Goh and Taki are a pair of "drug snatchers", often employed by an unknown third party to take drugs and many other things from the mafia, and sometimes private vendors. Goh is gay while Taki is straight, yet they form a solid partnership to carry out their dangerous work. Yet Goh makes no secret of his undying affections for Taki, no matter how Taki resists them, Goh never gives up. With this determination, will Taki forever be able to refuse Goh's feelings? or will he be forced to man up to something larger than himself?
Magazine Be x Boy
The "Special crime investigation department 007″ includes the most capable and extraordinary investigators and Fuyuki, who also becomes one of its members, is very capable, to. And she is paired with Kuze, a cool and very bishonen detective. Their combination proves to be the most dangerous one the police headquarters had ever seen!
Kou Shiraishi was your standard high school boy with lots of problems, mostly bullies, until the day that he meets Mikuru Nazume during a bank heist. Not only is Mikuru the school idol, but she's also an agent for Minkei, a covert paramilitary section of the National Police Agency. They team up as Kou and Mikuru journey to become stronger, both in their own way.
At first glance Ryuzaki Ikuo, a detective in the Shinjuku Police Department's 2nd detective unit, and Danno Tatsuya, a high ranking member of the Matsuo Yakuza clan have nothing in common. However, they both are working themselves up the ladder in their respective careers for one reason which deals with a murder case that happened 15 years earlier of which both men were witnesses to.
Ryo Saeba is a "sweeper" in the city of Tokyo. His works as a trouble shooter, cleaning the streets of vermin, and helping out desperate people. Sometimes he's a bodyguard, sometimes he's an assassin, whatever Ryo does he does it well. In fact his only flaw is his hormones - he loves the ladies and sometimes turns into an idiot when he's near them. Thankfully he's got people like his partner Kaori Makimura to keep him in check.
Shounen Jump (Weekly)
Rally Vincent works by day in her Chicago gun store, Gunsmith Cats. But at the drop of the hat, she hangs up the "Gone Fishing" sign, straps on her guns and takes to the road in her muscle car to fulfil her other role - as one of Chicago's toughest, most respected bounty hunters. Her expert sharpshooting and driving skills are augmented by her partner Minnie-May's abilities with explosives of all kinds. And she'll need every bit of her skills, and those of her friends, because only she can bring in the highest bounties and the most determined, powerful criminals from Chicago's mob, characters who hold a grudge for life and have the wits and the firepower to outwit whatever the law throws at them.
Featuring some of the most authentically detailed firearms and automobiles ever drawn, author and artist Kenichi Sonoda has created a complex and supremely exciting story in the vein of hollywood action films, but with all the detail and dynamism of manga in this classic series.
The story follows a rookie cop named Taketora Shibata who, despite his childish looks of a middle-schooler, fights against juvenile crime and has the ability to see anything at a crime scene. Nevertheless, it's still a struggle to rise out of the ranks and become a real detective.
Shounen Magazine (Weekly)
Ghost in the Shell 1.5: Human-Error Processor presents the "lost" Ghost in the Shell stories, created by Shirow Masamune after completing work on the original Ghost in the Shell manga and prior to his tour-de-force, Ghost in the Shell 2: Man-Machine Interface, but never collected until now. Focusing on Section 9 agents in their daily battle against technocrime, Human-Error Processor has all the mind-twisting cybermadness you've come to expect from Ghost in the Shell but set in a more police-procedural context with action and suspense galore.
(Source: Dark Horse)
Young Magazine (Weekly)
While investigating a murder case, Detective Hishinuma Kazuha is reunited with mobster, Hyoudou Itsuki. During their junior high school days, their relationship was like oil and water; Kazuha minded his own business and Hyoudou was emotionally attached.
Hyoudou is at a bargaining point as he approaches Kazuha: he'll divulge important information about the case in exchange for Kazuha's body. Kazuha refuses such an unfathomable request, but Hyoudou, the unrestrained beast, takes control...
These two interwoven men and their superb, wild, beast-like love!
(Source: Dangerous Pleasure)
Newly appointed policeman Kaidou has to work with his senpai whom he absolutely cannot work with everyday regardless of at work or at home. Under the circumstances where there's not a single room available, Kaidou has to temporarily live in with his senpai - Himuro's room. Although Himuro is good looking and extremely talented, he bad mouths and Kaidou and him are like fire and water. However, on a certain morning, Himuro suddenly hugs Kaidou and forces a kiss on him?!
Detective School Q is the story of a group of young students from Class Q of Dan Detective School (DDS), a prestigious and renowned detective academy founded by Morihiko Dan, the most famous detective in Japan, and the adventures and mysteries they unfold and solve together. They eventually work against Pluto, a mysterious organization which creates almost fool-proof plans that only a handful of detectives can solve.
Shounen Magazine (Weekly)
Yo Hinomura was an ordinary Japanese potter when a run-in with a Chinese mafia changed his life forever. Now an assassin for the 108 Dragons, Yo is the perfect killing machine. As a sign for remorse over his victims, he sheds tears after eliminating his targets. Because of this, he is infamously known by the Dragons and every other crime gang as "Crying Freeman."
Big Comic Spirits
Arcana features a humorous plot starring two detectives, Murakami and Nakabayashi, and an unidentified mysterious girl who possesses the power to see spirits. As the story unfolds, Murakami and Nakabayashi have been assigned to a serial bombing case that specifically targeted elementary school kids. Neither of them have any idea of what to go about. Their only source: the prophecy of a patient suffering from amnesia and currently undergoing rehabilitation at a local mental clinic. The detectives try to uncover the secret behind the mystery girl as job reassignments and supernatural occurrences occur more and more frequently.
The story appears to be centered on the investigation of the Book of the Silver Cross, an ancient Belkan magical tome. Thoma Avenir, whilst traveling, discovers a girl named Lily Strosek trapped inside a construct. When rescuing her, she gives Thoma an amulet that gives him access to a new Device power. However, unbeknown to them, there is another with a similar Device causing massive damage and injury, leading to an investigation by the Time Space Administration Bureau.
Volume 1: Calling
3. Night Call
4-5. Ougon no Ame
Volume 2: Nowhere
1. Stray Sheep
2. Blue Me
Volume 3: Eden
Mayo is the five dollar assassin who asks only five dollars for a killing. He is asked to kill the mother of a 12 year old prostitute, Shion, but leaves her alive out of pity. This event starts a chain of events which will shake the Asian economies to the core.
Big Comic Superior
Technology has now allowed people to be numerically categorized based on their psychological, physical, and emotional traits. People have begun using this technology to standardize what everyone considers a "good way to live." They call this system "PSYCHO-PASS."
Although all people know the standard "good way to live," crime still occurs. Kougami Shinya and his colleagues are part of the governmental agency that apprehends individuals deemed lacking under the PSYCHO-PASS standard. His agency are actually comprised of individuals who were once found to be problematic for society. They are now the dogs of the government.
Asuka, a woman detective, wishes to arrest phantom thief Kelberos, who is widely talked about in town, because he kissed her by force...! Besides the title story filled with love and action, the two of love comedy series of nurse Nana and doctor Hiura are included in this collection of short stories.
(Source: Infinity Scans)
After 2050, Tokyo. The sixteen-year-old gifted police detective Kyouko Karasuma works for a special devision in the Asakusa Police Department. Her rather abnormal cases involve: fighting oni, tengu, and other monsters from Asian myths and legends. The modern art by the character designer of Speed Grapher works very well with the action-heavy story line and the overall art improves with each volume.
Rally Vincent and Minnie-May Hopkins are two regular American girls. Regular American girls who own a gun shop, and might have dabbled in prostituion, respectively. And who happen to be a crack shot and an explosives expert, respectively.
These might be odd skills for American girls, but these two happen to be Chicago's top bounty hunters. Rally can shoot the trigger off a gun from a good distance, and May generally wreaks havoc with explosions and cuteness. And together, with some very useful friends and associates, they make up the Gunsmith Cats.
"Burst" finds our ladies back at work, back in action, and . . . back in trouble. ( by Darkhorse Comics)
Mikage, Tsubaki, Otono, Natsu, Hashiba, Rinta, Uchimura, Kaname, DAIGO, Kurokami, Yuuya
An anthology of shorts made by various doujinshi artists and published by Capcom.
In the not-too-distant future of 2032, the frontier dividing humans and machines has been crossed. Crimes comitted by flesh-and-metal cyborgs are investigated by Section 9, an elite counter-terrorist squad run by Chief Aramaki and his cyborg assistant, Major Motoko Kusanagi. Section 9 has faced countless adversaries in the real world and in cyberspace, but none like 'The Awakened.' It is believed that this lethal group of terrorists can take over the minds and bodies of almost anyone. Used as tools to commit crimes against the state, the victims are unaware of who or what is controlling them. When Major Kusanagi captures one of the victims, she hacks into his cyberbrain to learn the ringleader's identity-what she discovers leads her on a journey deep into the heart of cyberspace, a journey that shakes her to the core.
(Source: Dark Horse Comics)
Details the events of the manga from an investigative reporter's point of view.
Ken Walker is an admired and appreciated policeman of New York of all his colleagues. By fright at disappointing his fellows and also being discovered, Ken hides that he is gay and refrains from any coherent relation... until the day when his way crosses that of Mel Frederics, a calm and soft young man at the dark past. A meeting which is going to confuse their life.
Hana to Yume
Set in the fictional city of Newport, Japan, in a future in which bacterial air pollution has become so severe that people must wear gas masks when outdoors, the series follows a police squadron that uses tanks.
After two years spent abroad and abstinence of thievery, Gou and Taki return to Japan and are instantly given a new task from the police: they must find a stimulant drug worth 500 million yen. Depending on the success of this mission, they will be able to return to their old life. Will the combinated skills of Taki and Gou be enough to solve this difficult case?
An anthology of shorts made by various doujinshi artists and published by Capcom.
2. Everyday life 7 years later
3. Lotta Lovin'
5. The blue cowl
6. Obsession part 1
7. Obsession part 2
9. Slave to the hormone
The typical Kochikame plot involves Ryou-san coming up with a money-making scheme by inventing a new gadget or capitalizing on a fad, achieving great success, calling on Nakagawa's help as things turn sour, and finally losing it all as the fad runs out of steam or out of control. While the plots are gag-driven, much of the humor comes from the juxtaposition of mundane characters with the bizarrely incongruous (Nakagawa's wealth, Maria's appeal, everyone's lack of actual police work), most of which is never explained or rationalized in the slightest.
Volume 105: Robot Santapei
Shounen Jump (Weekly)
Running late on her first day as a patrol woman for the Bokuto Police Department, spunky moped rider Natsumi Tsujimoto decides to take several shortcuts, only to be chased down and cited by mechanical genius and expert police driver Miyuki Kobayakawa. Upon arrival at the precinct, Natsumi finds out that her new partner is the same woman who ticketed her earlier. At first, she doesn't trust Miyuki, but in a short period of time, they develop an unbreakable friendship that overcomes traffic accidents, reckless drivers and even the strongest typhoons to hit Tokyo.
Morning Party Zoukan
A series of new cases following prosecutor Miles Edgeworth, based on the DS game of the same name.
Young Magazine (Monthly)
Kabukicho, Shinjuku—the district that burns with desire is struck by an incurable disease. In this district, a doctor, Inui Date, runs a small medical clinic. Night after night, patients with extraordinary cases come to the clinic, when one day, a troublesome patient, detective Maria Daigo, appears. Set in a Shinjuku that has been plagued by an incurable disease, the doctor and the detective become entangled in one mysterious case after another as they face the darkness in this psychological thriller. Will the two be able to save this town?
Promotional manga based on the hit Phoenix Wright videogame series by Capcom.
This fifty page manga was released along with a limited edition version of GS:YG (PW:AA to English-speaking countries) in Japan. It features two sections, one focusing on Phoenix and one on Edgeworth, as they meet at a television studio.
Yuuto Lenix, a former DEA investigator was arrested by a false accusation of killing his own partner.The FBI agents gave him a special deal, to look for a particular criminal hiding in the same prison. By the time he was detained in the Schelger Prison, he got to meet his cellmate, Dick Burnford, who didn't show signs of being kind and welcoming upon his arrival. Will he ever be in good terms with his inmates, especially to Dick?
Volume 1: Deadlock
Volume 2: Deadheat
Volume 3: Deadshot
Deadlock Side Story - Tooiyoake
Deadlock Side Story - Tsuyoki Mono, Nanji no Na wa Onna
DEADLOCK Side Story - Love begets love
Deka Wanko tells the adventures of Ichiko Hanamori, a rookie police detective, assigned to Squad 6 Investigation 1 Department. Not only does she have to prove her worth to her fellow male colleagues (that includes her brand new partner, Kirishima, a young hot-headed detective) but also to the top #1 award-winning police dog, Michael!
(Source: Deka Scanlation Group)
Two chapter manga release celebrating the two-part live action movie premiere about the battle in Kyoto.
The special focus on the meeting of Shishio Makoto and and his significant other, Yumi Komagata. The manga also details how Shishio formed the Juppongatana, his organization of warriors and assassins that he recruits in an attempt to overthrow the Japanese government in the original Rurouni Kenshin manga.
Join the five students that make up the "CLAMP School Paranormal Investigators" on their misadventures as they undercover the supernatural truth behind paranormal events on CLAMP Campus.
Shiba is a detective in the fifth anti-organized crime division of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police, a.k.a. "Anti-Gang 5" specializing in handgun seizures. Shiba's secret weapon is "S" ("spy"), an informant who plays a key role in Shiba's information gathering. Shiba is training an informant who has been officially accepted into Shinjuku's Matsukura Group within the Budoha crime syndicate. One day, Shiba awakes to an anonymous phone call. "Watch out for your S." A tale of two men whose lust, pride and loneliness collide!
Continues the story of Dee, Ryou, and the rest of the gang in the 27th precinct of the New York police department. New crime, new faces, new clues, and new loves can all be expected in this thrilling sequel!
One day, a yakuza gang member is attacked in Roppongi, Tokyo. This is only a prologue to one man's revenge story, triggered by the events of twenty-two years ago. The flames of revenge burn in the darkness of the city...
(Source: Manga Box)
Cheerful young Kashima "Tora" Toranosuke wanted to become a hero and ended up as a police detective. When he joins the police force, he gains not only his dream job, but also a group of new friend. In particular, he and his gruff new partner Mahori get along so well that their coworkers begin to remark on how lovey-dovey they are. That's not true, of course. At least not yet...
Be x Boy GOLD
The Legend of the Buried Treasure of Koshu
Released date: May 15, 2005
Released date: March 15, 2006
A Challenge Letter to Shinichi Kudo: Prologue Until Goodbye
Released date: October 15, 2006
Shinichi Kudo Returns ~Confrontation with the Black Organization~
Released date: December 19, 2007
The Witch of Ejinbara
Released date: July 11, 2008
A Challenge Letter to Shinichi Kudo ~The Mystery of the Legendary Bird~
Released date: April 16, 2011
A Challenge Letter to Shinichi Kudo ~Murder in the Court~
Released date: September 16, 2011
A Challenge Letter to Shinichi Kudo ~Love Formula Murder Case~
Released date: December 14, 2011
A Challenge Letter to Shinichi Kudo ~Showdown! Shinichi Kudo vs Heiji Hattori~
Released date: April 12, 2012
Stand Alone Complex takes place in the year 2030, in the fictional Japanese city of New Port. The story follows the members of Public Security Section 9, a special-operations task-force made up of former military officers and police detectives. The manga presents individual cases that Section 9 investigates, along with an ongoing, more serious investigation into the serial killer and hacker known only as “The Laughing Man.”
Young Magazine (Weekly)
"Risk Hunters" are a special breed of professionals, willing to take on the jobs that even experienced detectives, law enforcement officers, negotiators or agents are incapable of handling. Among them, one man stands out as the strongest, as well as the strangest, risk hunter. His name is Chameleon Jail.
Volume 1: Kaede Purple
Volume 2: Hana Shonen, Jordan Miteeni
Shounen Jump (Weekly)
Novelization of the anime.
In a parallel Japan, the government struggles to handle the urban guerrilla called "Sects". To confront Sects' activity, "Shutokei" (Metropolitan Police) was organized and its Special Armed Garrison "Tokki-Tai: Kerberos" standed at the front line with their heavy arms. Although Tokki-tai achieved a triumph over Sects, people started to oppose their violent and bloody measure. Politically isolated, Tokki-tai made a final decision on their own fate...
Young rookie detective gets assigned to a surly yakuza investigator who wants nothing to do with him. Chikara's persistence to help Ibuki in his investigations leads him to follow Ibuki late one night. Chikara sees Ibuki and 3 others carrying a large wrapped bundle out of a church, which he thinks might be a body. Dazed as he makes his way home Chikara almost gets hit by a car. Next thing he knows Chikara finds himself in a hotel room with the dazzlingly gorgeous driver about to experience his first taste of male on male pleasures.
Sequel to the Psycho-Pass series, taking place one-and-a-half year later.
Having learned the true nature of the Sybil System, Akane Tsunemori chose to obey the system, believing in both humanity and the legal order. She's part of a new police section and spends her everyday life facing down criminals. Unbeknownst to Akane, however, a monster who will shake the system to its core is about to appear before her.
The story takes place in the year 2029, where Japan leads the list of countries with more radioactive pollution, epidemics, and illegal trafficking in organs as a result of using biological weapons. The "Modern Vampires" are a problem for local police. A former policeman, Hibino, seems to be the only one who can deal with them.
Koga Masataka and Terajima Ryuji are homicide detectives working for the police department. behind the stoic facade, Koga is suffering from the pain of his past. When Terajima blatantly opens his heart to him, Koga is left confused. While behind closed doors they are more than "office partners", Koga is still afraid to let himself believe that he could be what Terajima wants him to be. It's a love story between a tough man and a smart man trying to understand each other as they finish one murder investigation after another.
(Source: Shinmakoku Scanlations)
The AD Police are an elite group of highly trained and specially equipped police officers who have been formed to deal with terrorist activities and Boomer robot crimes in the city of Megatokyo. They are more heavily armed and equipped (including power armors like the K-11 and K-12) for a normal police force, but too lightly for a military organization.
The AD Police are offered a great deal of leeway in their activities, often blockading large sections of the city and causing great amounts of property damage in the course of fulfilling their duty. Despite their dedication to their jobs, however, the citizens of Megatokyo tend to dislike and distrust members of the AD Police, seeing them as corrupt and ineffectual.
The story covers the Specimen case three years prior to the anime.
Sasayama Mitsuru is an Enforcer who works at the MWPSB Unit 1, searching the mastermind behind a case involving gruesome murders.
Taking place before the movie, Innocence, the novel is told from Batou's perspective and surrounds his search for his dog Gabriel.
(Source: Wikipedia, edited)
Nagai, a detective at the Metropolitan Police Department, is currently living with his high school classmate, Kitahara. The extremely stubborn Nagai and the fickle, elusive Kitahara weren't close friends back in the day, but when they met by chance, Kitahara shamelessly invited himself to go live with Nagai saying that he got chased out by his roommate. Although he was messy, Kitahara was actually good at cooking and acting all spoiled, so he was kind of both like a bride and a pet. Nagai felt unexpectedly comfortably living with him, but Kitahara suddenly announced that he was getting back together with his ex and put an end to their cohabitation.
However, it seems that Kitahara has many more secrets...
(Source: Fujoshi Bitches)
Included one-shots: Upper Hand, Defeat
Set in Makunouchi Town, The Genba Detective Office takes the jobs that no one else will. "Usually it's searching for missing people, or calming down trouble when rival shops spy on each other. We take on missing person cases, dispute mediation, espionage..."—Ryou Genba, Chief Detective
Yuki Asaka is doctor. This last is received by the grandmother, also doctor to retire. Yuki will cross on his road a friend of childhood, Tatsumi, become as for him honorable one police...
Shounen Jump (Weekly)
Kondou Takeshi is a new rookie police officer who now works to capture criminals of all different kind working together with Miki and all the other police officers which seem to be all women. -Baka-Updates Manga
Young King OURs
Daizaburo Edi-Ban, a Japanese-American, joins New York City's toughest precinct, the 34th. On his first day he is partnered up with John Estes, called Sleepy by his friends and Mad Bull by his enemies, a cop who stops crime with his own violent brand of justice. Mad Bull makes no qualms about executing common thieves with shotgun blasts if they even pose a minor threat to him or anyone around them. Mad Bull also often steals from prostitutes and does incredible amounts of property damage while fighting crime. Mad Bull's unpoliceman-like behavior often puts him in hot water with his partner Daizaburo and the 34th precinct. However, despite how reckless or illegal these acts are, a good cause is always revealed (For example, Sleepy uses the money he steals from the prostitutes to fund a venereal disease clinic and a home for battered and raped women). Perrine Valley, a police lieutenant, joins Daizaburo and Sleepy later on to help them tackle more difficult cases involving the mafia and drug-running.
Humor is the only defense against insanity in a world where the crime is so bad that the cops need armored tanks! Such is the world of Leona, ace tank-cop. In her pet tank Bonaparte, she'll either save the city of Newport... or destroy it trying! In No More Noise, Leona recruits some help to catch some slippery crooks—help that's rather crooked itself! The villainous and sexy Puma sisters become duly deputized officers of the law in this latest chapter of Dominion!
(Source: Dark Horse)
In December of UC0073 Investigator Leopold Fieseler of the Zeon National Public Safety Division is investigating a series of terrorist bombings that have been occuring on Side 3 when without warning he is contacted by an old childhood friend, Elise Ann Finnegan, who is now working with the Prefectural Office.
When they meet, she hands him a disk containing a list of Zeon Officials marked for assassination; Officials who have been dying during the very bombings he is now investigating.
At first he thinks that its data that has been leaked to the press, but as he scrolls down he discovers something further. This list does not stop with those who are already dead, and at the bottom of the list is the name "Commander Gihren Zabi" - the Leader of the Principality of Zeon.
A Steampunk mystery from the creator of Silent Mobius! In this tale of a past (or future?) that never was, in the age of Steam, masked dandies, dastardly supervillains, and sentient machines stalk a Japanese Gotham by night. Are the sharp wits and quick reflexes of wunderkind detectives Narutaki and pretty nurse Ling Ling enough to thwart evil and unravel the mysteries of this strange world? All steamed up.... When Narutaki meets Ling Ling, a pretty nurse with a dark secret, he gains both a true-blu friend and two new assistants. He'll certainly need all the help he can get when he is forced to do battle with such nefarious villains as the Phantom Knight, the Machine Baron, and Dr. Guilty!
(Source: VIZ Media)
Shounen Jump (Monthly)
The story revolves around Ryōko Yakushiji, a brilliant 27-year-old elite investigator with the Tokyo Metropolitan Police. Together with her subordinate Junichirō Izumida, the two often investigate bizzare and supernatural cases. In addition with the paranormal, Ryōko also has a longstanding rivalry with Yukiko Muromachi, another talented police investigator.
A passionate amour. The moment my fingertips touched his skin, I fell in love. An all-new love legend between men by Nitta Youkai!!!
Aitou and Reiko are excellent detectives in handling the criminals but also often giving their superior a lot of troubles as they like to do things their way. One day, unintentionally they were involved in a bank robbery. What are they going to do in this situation? Let's find out in this one shot story.
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Ango Ishikawa is a detective with both smarts and a keen sense of observation. He's in great physical shape, highly ambitious, and a workaholic.
One day, a former police officer is killed by a gun shot. Ango goes to the scene of the crime, but is shot in the head by the killer, who is lurking at the crime scene. Ango hovers between life and death. At that time, he thinks to himself "Where do people go after they die?" and "I don't want to die." A miracle then happens; Ango survives with the bullet still lodged in his head.
A new murder case takes place. When Ango goes to the crime scene, he notices a boy who is on the verge of tears, but only Ango is able to see him. The boy was actually the victim of the murder case - it seems that after being shot, Ango can see and talk with the dead.
(Source: Sen Manga, edited)
The series follows the adventures of Sabu, a young Edo bakufu investigator traveling with the blind master swordsman Ichi. In their travels, they assist the common people in solving mysteries and righting wrongs (usually committed by bandits or corrupt officials). Sabu is engaged to Midori, the daughter of his boss, who works as a police officer for the Tokugawa shogunate.
Crimes committed by "Kaijin," superhumans produced by technology, are on the rise in Tokyo. Shibasaki Ken and Momoyama Reiji are assigned to work together to solve a recent serial killer case. In some ways they complement each other nicely: Shibasaki is an expert tracker, and Reiji is an expert at combat. Their personalities, however, do not mesh at all. Shibasaki would rather skip work to flirt with girls, while Reiji is violently overzealous about his job. Will they be able to work together to solve the crime before more lives are claimed?
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On Christmas Eve, a boy is torn between trying luck in love and her "profession" ... This is a lost work of Inoue-Sensei, and even has an air a little indie, reflects the quality of the author in both history drawing, plus three special guests as always cause problems.
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Novel that focuses on Kagari Shuusei.
A look into some of Nobunga and Sagara's time together.
Kurogane the samurai loyally serves a girl who once saved his life but he makes nothing but trouble.
This one shot is not related to the series Kurogane.
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A 4-koma manga about the life of the best killer of Japan.
Led by Daisuke Aramaki and Motoko Kusanagi, Section 9 deals with such crimes over the entire social spectrum, usually with success. However, when faced with a new A-level hacker nicknamed "The Laughing Man," the team is thrown into a dangerous cat and mouse game, following the hacker's trail as it leaves its mark on Japan.
The main characters are the sexy and voluptuous Atsuko and Kohei a young policeman who just made Detective. Atsuko is Kohei's boss and would do anything to get the bad guys. She even uses her body from time to time to catch or distract a criminal.
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The police officer Shigemitsu Hashiba is a funny man. He never seems to take anything seriously. But this attitude is just a mask that prevents him from being truly known by others.
All this will change when he is assigned as a partner to Keiji Sasaki, a diligent and too serious rookie.
The two form a perfect combination and their goal is to arrest Mr Sawada.
In Chicago, ace courier Bean Bandit rules the road, and operates on both sides of the Law. It doesn't matter if it's legal or not. For the right price, he'll get you or your cargo where it needs to go. When it absolutely, positively, has to be there NOW, Bean Bandit is your man—if you can afford his rates.
Kurokouchi Keita is the black sheep of the police force. He works alone, and doesn't think twice about extorting money from the dirty politicians by getting hold of their achilles heels. Using the money and whatever bits of information acquired through underhanded means, he gets closer and closer to the ultimate unresolved crime of the Showa era (1968); the 300 million bank heist.
One day, the new rookie Seike Mayo, is assigned as Kurokouchi's partner. Excellent, but naive, she is the exact opposite of Kurokouchi, but nonetheless, the duo combi relentlessly chase down the criminals.
After facing massive destruction from a devastating war, the city Olympus has become the last stronghold as the center of command for the world. In order to protect the city from a group of terrorists known as the Argonauts, former LAPD SWAT member, Deunan Knotts, runs special military forces consisting of Biroids (cloned humans) and her cyborg partner Brialeos. Knotts must protect the city at all costs but is met with difficulties when Al Ceides, the Argonaut leader thought to be dead, resurfaces and causes problems.
Gokuu is an ordinary private eye for hire. While working on a case involving an illegal weapons dealer, he notices a lot of the detectives working on the case committing suicide for no apparent reason. After Gokuu gets a little too close to the truth, he is then put in a situation where he must stab out his left eye to avoid certain death. Gokuu then awakens in a mysterious lab where an unknown scientist replaces his eye with a cybernetic one that allows him to control every computer in the world.
The notoriously vicious Chinese Mafia has lost its next rightful heir . . . to sudden suicide! Now the esteemed "God of Dogs" Tsai family must race against the ticking clock and hunt down the child of the deceased eldest son in order to preserve their ancient, sacred legacy. Meanwhile, the mysterious Archer has been convicted of killing his father and is on his way to jail. What will fate reveal for the powerful Tsai clan's criminal dynasy AND this strange young man?
In God of Dogs, a feared family demands the service of a special descendant . . . but can the chosen one fight back? A rebel with a mind of his own is trapped in a bloodline riddled with secrets, murder and the constant threat of betrayal. Will he break the centuries-old chains that bind him to this history of violence and stand on his own two feet, or does he have no choice but to bow at the altar of his wicked forefathers? (June)
The kingdom of Dowa, which is subdivided into 13 states, is celebrating its monarch's 99th birthday. These 13 states have many agencies that are controlled by the giant organization known as ACCA. Within ACCA, Jean Otis is the second-in-command of the inspection agency. His agency has ten people placed in each of the 13 states, with a central office in the capital city. They keep track of all the activities of ACCA across the kingdom, and keep data on each state's ACCA office flowing toward the central office. Jean also often has business trips from the capital to the other districts to check on the situation and personnel there.
(Source: MangaHelpers, edited)
The manga version of the live action Robot Keiji tv series.
The story is about a robot named Robot Detective K dressed in a human Detective outfit fighting kaijin.
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The newest chapter of the Ace Attorney has begun! Join Apollo Justice (A greenhorn defense attorney), Trucy Wright (Apollo's magician-to-be sidekick), Klavier Gavin (a rock an roll take on the prosecution) and many more characters in this fan made manga, published by Capcom on August 1, 2007.
"Holmes Agency" is a private detective office known as the "Big-Eating" Detective Office. Seiya Takano, who is known for have a huge appetite, gets assigned to this office as the new leader. Ryosuke Noda and Ryoko Izumi, both also having a big appetite work under Seiya. Murder, robbery, and kidnapping—many incidents occur around them. And the three solve each of the many cases in a most surprising way—their appetite results in marvelous speculations! They eat at themurder scene. They eat on the track. They even eat dog food! They keep on eating and eating, not even listening to the witness. Everywhere they go, they eat and eat and eat! And every time after finishing, the criminal appears. KUITAN is the words "Big-Eating" and Detective combined together. "Real Gourmet" plus "Real Mystery." The big-eating detectives are on the run, solving cases from their deep knowledge about food.