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After orphan Teru Kurebayashi loses her beloved older brother, she finds solace in the messages she exchanges with Daisy, an enigmatic figure who can only be reached through the cell phone her brother left her. Meanwhile, Teru meets and forms a strange friendship with mysterious Tasuku Kurosaki, her school's janitor. For some reason, Kurosaki always seems to be around whenever Teru needs help which leads Teru to wonder: Could Daisy be a lot closer than she thinks?
As the mystery of Daisy unfolds, Teru also discovers that there may have been a lot more to the life and death of her brother than she ever dreamed . . . and that the man she thought was her friend just might have all the answers.
Мобильная маргаритка الأقحوان الكهربائي 愛情接合器 หนุ่มแสบมาช๊อตรัก 電撃デイジー 전격데이지 Bông Cúc Diệu Kì Dengeki Daisy (France) Electric Daisy
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Not bad at all
A very good effort by Motomi-sensei. These days, I tend to judge the quality of shojo by the level of annoyance I feel while reading it (that's how bad I think shojo has become). However, I am happy to say that while reading Dengeki Daisy I felt little, if any, annoyance. The main character is probably nothing special, but at least she's not irritatingly weak/stupid/whiny. I feel that what makes this manga, though, is the amount of development that Motomi-sensei puts in to the character of Kurosaki. He's not faultless, he doesn't know how to handle girls (especially Teru), he's awkward and rough. It's rare in shojo that the reader can consider the leading man as a fully-fledged character rather than just a chunk of eye candy. And I would say that about equal number of pages and panels are devoted to each main character, as opposed to everything being seen from the girl's perspective.
My only concern is that Motomi-sensei will fall back onto to tired old shojo cliches in order to prolong the series. I certainly hope not because that would severely diminish his achievement. (I think Motomi-sensei is a man?)
A very good and enjoyable shoujo that shows that it can be interesting without bishounens popping out of each corner and forming endless love geometrical figures. Not to mention that heroine isnt a dumb crybaby either.
I love it
Even though the plot isn't amazingly unique, Motomi's execution is pure brilliance. Both of the leads are lovable, and while the story could've easily turned into an angsty emo-fest, it's not and I'm glad for it. It's a lighthearted romantic comedy with just enough drama and suspense to keep me coming for more. The artwork is also rather good.
I highly recommend Dengeki Daisy and also Motomi's other manga- Beast Master.
Well it's okay so far....
Despite what everyone says, this manga is horribly shoujo. The Gary-stu male protagonist with a dark angsty past continually saves the poor, ditsy female who also has an angsty past.
But I guess it could do soooo much worst and probably is one of the better shoujos out there. It truely is comedy gold and never fails to make me laugh. The characters are likeable enough and Kurosaki is much more bad-ass than sickeningly pretty. Extra points there.
So to all those people that love shoujo: you'd probably love it. to all those people that can barely tolerate most shoujos like me: it's worth a try but don't expect it to be as good as say, skip beat. Theres great potential in becoming a giant angstfest. D=
A Bit Different, But As Good As Always!
I've always loved Motomi's works and this series is kinda different from the others of the same author - characters and plot but as sweet at always! Really looking forward to the next release!
And ah - i really love Kurosaki's character! XD
... Last updated on April 2nd, 2009, 2:46am
Best Shoujo Ever :o
Seriously, this is my new favourite shoujo (old fave was Kaichou wa Maid-sama)! First off the art is BEAUTIFUL, you are never left trying to decipher whats what (like what i've found with most shounens) and the guys face still looks beautiful even when he's being super creepy XD Which leads me to the guyxgirl stuff, VERY cute how they both react to eachother, and how things develop. Also as well as the romance plot, theres also a mystery in the whole "Who exactly /is/ Daisy?" I dont just mean whats his name and what does he look like Bit by bit you are further enticed as to what actually happened in the part and what is happening now and in the future. And as a bonus for moi, theres enough danger-enduced drama to keep me satisfied A MUST read and it definitely deserves the top spot for the Romance genre that it currently holds
If you hate it...
If you hate it, you have to be mentally disturbed or something, 'cause this is beyond the best manga I've ever read! The releases are coming by fast, so I LOVE YOU SCANALATORS. The plot is going good and I hope the mangaka can keep up this beautiful plot. It's so cute and ABSOLUTELY FUNNY. I totally recommend this manga [seriously].
Love it so so so so much!
AHHH~ this is so good. It's so nice to get a break from all these stupid shallow shoujo mangas floating around. I love the story, I love the characters, the setup, the dialogue, the humour, the scenes, KUROSAKI(!!!), everything. I read this before but after reading it for a second time I am in love once again. Recommended. Highly recommended.
Motomi Kyousuke fangirl
I haven't read anything by him that I didn't like. When I read Beast Master, I thought that this must be the pinnacle of rom-com shoujo. Everything from now on will be a disappointment.
I was wrong. Dengeki Daisy is by far a superior manga to Beast Master, and there is no other series that I have read so many times. Any words that I could possibly use to describe it are horribly inadequate. All I can say is that I hope it goes on for a billion volumes. XD
Heroines that are ditzy, superficial, or fall in love at first sight are so cliche and unrealistic. All of Motomi's heroines are the opposite of this, and Teru from this story is a great example. She's a strong girl that only opens up to Daisy, something a real girl is likely to do. The situation itself is unrealistic, but the love between the two characters is difficult for all the right reasons and becomes something you want to believe in. This is one of my favorites.