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Keishichou Tokuhanka 007  
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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, too. And she is paired with Kuze, a cool and very bishounen detective. Their combination proves to be the most dangerous one the police headquarters had ever seen!


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Shichou Tokoka 007

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11 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 8.7 / 10.0 (407 votes)
Bayesian Average: 8.54 / 10.0
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Supposedly, I like it. But I could not like it.   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by mahoumage
April 18th, 2014, 2:03am
As I look at some people's reviews, I can empathize with the negative ones. I also caught all the aspects that have bothered all these people, but since when I read manga I do not read it in such a deep way, I didn't feel bothered at all.
I read manga in a very lighthearted manner.
Some people would probably really be bothered at how sudden the romance came about, with almost no real development or the easy cases, or simply the fact that it was just chock-full of kya scenes that was obviously put there as fanservice.
That is to say, if you're the type to be bothered, then you'd be bothered. But if you're like me and you don't really care, then I guess one can come to like it.

Personally, I LOVE it though. XD
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Absolutely Stunning!   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by mashimaro12345
October 6th, 2012, 7:15am
Oh My Gosh!
Each chapter got me squealing in delight when I see Fuyuki and Kuze together, especially when Kuze is making a move on her.
All characters here are perfectly drawn and I love their personalities very much!
I seriously did not expect any of this, especially with the boring beginning (in my own personal opinion), where they make their investigations and visit the crime scenes. I thought this would just turn out to be a detective manga with some slight romance. Boy, I was wrong!
There is so so much chemistry between the two main characters, and recent chapters have been very intriguing.
I love seeing how Fuyuki is becoming attached to Kuze, and also see how Kuze has to handle her during difficult times.
Hope to read more soon then!
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Not what I expected...   
Rating: 4.0 / 10.0
by p3pelepe
October 27th, 2011, 7:47pm
The art is gorgeous. The summary looks promising. But after reading, it turns out to be so-so. There are too many 'services', not that I don't like it, but I think it's over the place and ruin the atmosphere. The special investigation unit doesn't serve its purpose, IMO. The cases its handle can be handled by 1st (?) division, I don't think there is need to form this special unit. I feel the author just want to create special unit... but don't know what to do with it.

Compared with other shoujo manga with the same theme (older male paired with younger female to solve mystery/cases), like Kanbayashi & Kirika, it seems less interesting for me. The cases in Keishichou seems too simple, I can't feel the suspense. I can tell the culprit the moment they start investigate. Okay, the female lead has ESP, but it's too easy to solve the cases. Make the cases more complex, and less 'services', I'd say.

Conclusion: if you want more cuteness with (so little) mysteries mix with it, read this. If you, just like me who seek more complex story, stay away from this series.
Edit: Dropped this series, it's too boring for me.

... Last updated on February 5th, 2012, 6:19am
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A little disappointed   
Rating: N/A
by reb8260
January 24th, 2011, 3:05pm
Story started off really interesting and full of potential. However, the ending was rushed and the mangaka could have developed the romantic aspect of their relationship better. It is pretty obvious that Kuze and Fuyuki are into each other. I was expecting more of a deeper development sad

... Last updated on October 8th, 2013, 2:49am
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interesting...definitely eye candy material   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by avid_reader
June 28th, 2008, 8:45pm
This is a SHOUJO piece from an artist who is better known by her shounen-ai work. And I'm loving it so far! A potent combination of eye-candy character designs (the lead female character looks nice enough, but the lead male... oh GOSH...HOT HOT HOT HOT HOT), detective stories, supernatural elements, brewing sexual chemistry between the two leads, mature-ish themes (lead female character doesn't annoy...what a breath of fresh air). However, if character development is important to you, then might want to look elsewhere. So far there hasn't been any in depth analysis of what goes on in people's heads.
Only found vol 1 on a chinese website but found synopsis of vol 2 (also in chinese) on someone's blog. From what i read I totally agree with the blogger that volume 2 was designed largely to "service" the reader :-) However, works for me. Immediately purchased the two volumes via an online shopping service. Vol 3 coming out in July according to I hope this series will go on for a bit ;-)

... Last updated on June 29th, 2008, 10:41am
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Superficial and shallow shell. >:(   
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
by moonmystery
February 16th, 2014, 5:38pm
After reading all the raving reviews about this manga, I decided to give it a try.
And guess what? It has all the components of a manga I would've loved. But no. I did NOT like it.


Well, the manga is basically nothing but an outline, as somebody already mentioned. It has all the ingredients, but didn't mix them in a good way. Instead, the mangaka just hastily tossed everything together, creating something that is shallow and one dimensional. Let me divide it into categories for ya.

If you are looking for a manga of spicy situations only, this would be perfect. But if you are searching for something substantially interesting and complex, this would be a waste of your time.

the Romance
Every chapter, there's something that would make girls go KYAAAA gleefully. Stuff such as the girl suddenly being pressed to the couch happens within the first few pages of Chapter One. I'm not saying that such a thing is bad, but it's just totally unrealistic. (I'll mention more about this in characters)

From chapter one, the initially unnecessary and totally unrelated to background "romance" suddenly became splattered across the pages with little reasoning behind them. But that's not the worst of it. Given the characters' situations of an adult and a teenager, zero consideration was shown from either side.

Basically, it seemed like the author just wanted to create a cool girl and a cool guy and place them in steamy positions. There was no actual ROMANCE. Just fan-service.

The girl is supposedly VERY pretty and daring, with reasonable amount of intelligence.
The guy is apparently distant, darkly mysterious, super handsome, very smart, and just outstanding. (dark Usui basically). While I love the two combinations, these two's characteristics were never fully explored.... they were just kinda.... "in your face".

Also, if we were told from the get go that the guy is supposed to be very RESERVED and paranoid as the police officer that he is, WHY would he randomly press the girl into his arms when he was woken up in alarmingly? Wouldn't he press his knees against her back and pull her hands back to make sure she doesn't have any weapons (And even that is pushing it)?

I would've thought that he would just wake up and glare at her, not get in some rapey position with a pretty stranger.

To be more general, the author totally forgot to consider the two main characters' personalities when setting up "romantic" scenes. It was just ignored.

I don't have much to say for the girl, as she made more sense as a human being, but the dude was totally random--which I doubt was supposed to be part of his personality.

Mark my words, the individual crime scenes are retarded. No intelligence was required for any chapter, as the main girl was able to use her magic to escape all the complex problems of writing a detective-based story.

In fact, the whole plot is pretty much non-existent. The smaller arcs were just kind of there so that the two characters can flashily sit on one another and act like couples when they clearly have an age gap that should keep them from acting that way in public.

Aside from all the above atrocities, there are actually more negative stuff about this manga.
The ONLY redeeming quality of the manga was its art style. I pretty much read up to chapter 22 just to see the main guy's face.

But, the body anatomy was PREEETTY bad. The guy's head was way too small on that kind of bulking shoulder---it just doesn't look pleasing to me as a portrait artist. (That didn't really bother me though compared to the other stuff.)

ANYWAYS, why am I wasting my time writing a review for this crappy manga?

... Last updated on July 19th, 2014, 11:58pm
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I like this   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by JapanRocks
November 5th, 2013, 8:14pm
I've been reading this for a while now. The chapters are nice and long so I just read a couple at a time. It's funny but has no real direction right now. The main characters Kuze and Fuyuki are both likable and beautiful biggrin
Although they can be a little TOO flat and perfect. It has that peanut gallery effect where extras just react to how beautiful the main characters are, and that just gets annoying after a while. We've established that they are beautiful already, it really doesn't have to be mentioned every few pages.

Also for some reason I really want this mangaka to make a shounen-ai series. The art just has the feel of love between bishies to it. There's no hint of that here, but I look at the art and just get that feeling biggrin

A bit of an Update: Several chapters later the main plot is still slowly approaching and the characters are as beautiful as ever. Fuyuki's power keeps growing to her convenience and Kuze is still Kuze. Get where I'm going with this? Yup I'm bored out of my skull lol. There's only so many times I can read about how beautiful and perfect the characters are before they stop being relatable. I think if I hadn't read much more progressive shoujo manga, and the ultimate example of a slow romance manga that keeps on giving(to me at least) Skip Beat, this would be my favorite shoujo manga. As it is, yes it's really shallow. Great for beginners though!

... Last updated on October 12th, 2014, 5:54am
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I don't like this, what a shame   
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
by bossmama
March 23rd, 2013, 9:45pm
I like beautiful, smart, and emotionally strong female leads. This female lead has some sort of dark past, which is my fetish. I like protective, capable, act-like-he-doesn't-care-but-he-does male leads. I like partner-like relationship. I like skinships. This manga should've been one of my favorite shoujo manga. But it never did.

I feel like this manga is all flashy without substance. Somehow there's just no real depth. It feels like the mangaka has her own version of perfect heroine and perfect hero in an ideal relationship, but she lacks skill to actually make something great of it. And there're just too many fan-service scenes (you know, the ones that supposed to make you go 'kyaa' or 'awww') that it kinda annoys me. They're just all over the place and too 'in-your-face'.

I have the same sentiment with p3pelepe about the investigation/detective/mystery part of it. I don't understand the importance of the special unit or why our female lead has to be in there. The cases are easy and shallow, but I guess it can'be helped cause it's shoujo. Maybe because of the art-style, I expect something more mature and complex. But at least the author can make it interesting. Some filler-arc with 'mystery spices' in some non-mystery shoujo mangas had been done better.

I hate the art. This is pure my opinion so it will sound annoying, but sometimes the female lead looked like she had a polio. Her legs are too skinny and small compared to her big head. I started reading this manga hearing that it had beautiful arts. I guess it's a matter of preference after all.

I give five because the outline of this manga hits my ideals. What a shame it was only the outline. It's not anywhere you can find lead characters and relationship with such traits.
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definitely need to read   
Rating: N/A
by Seventhmoon
April 21st, 2010, 11:48am
i love this manga the story is so interesting and eye catching .. i have all 7 volumes and still waiting for the other more volumes to come out its really so interesting im glad some one is taking this manga on.. thank you so much for the hard work..
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Not exactly a solid plot, but wonderful execution!   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Krimson
April 29th, 2015, 11:28am
This has a ticklish romantic feel to it and makes a good read for any one who wants to pass time with a good romance manga. But if you are here for the mystery element, try something else.

I rated this 10, not because of the great story line or character development, but because this manga has amazing 'romantic tender moments' which make me comeback for more. very few mangaka can accomplish such ambience in a manga, for that alone, I'll rate it 10.
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