Monster, E.D.D: Eliminate Dangerous Doctors Recommendations
Monster centers around this young genius brain surgeon, Tenma, who decides to save the life of a young child, a high profile political figure, leading to his firing from the hospital. This event launches a series of murders and crimes that Tenma tries to stop.
Like EDD it raises moral questions about ethical medical practices and politics within the hospital. Monster, however, goes beyond EDD in its questions about moral ambiguity in broader and more general issues.
It also has much deeper characterizations and setting ambiance.
E.D.D: Eliminate Dangerous Doctors is an odd story of vigilante doctors taking down other doctors. Though that may sound ridiculous at first, trust us as E.D.D: Eliminate Dangerous Doctors is nothing but awesome. With great action and some interesting use of the seinen genre, E.D.D: Eliminate Dangerous Doctors reminds us of when Monster goes towards it’s more action-packed moments. We don’t hear many people mention E.D.D: Eliminate Dangerous Doctors and that’s a shame as this story will really be a fun read for those into the themes of Monster but want less of the mystery element and more action/drama. You almost have to wonder if