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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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this manga makes me leer in a good way
i love this manga!it's definitely a nice read.not to mention the originality of characters here..i mean Kurosaki xp!!!! and Teru is a nice girl and she's smart and funny...pretty rare among the typical shoujo leads i must say... you would regret not reading this...unless you're not into shoujo/love stories.... cant wait for more!!
MOTOMI Kyousuke, you've done it again!
In addition to the wonderful art, it has the oh so loveable "Daisy" and though he is a hottie, he HAS flaws and that makes him oh so much cuter :3 As for the heroine, she is a little more original than the average but not much.
You seriously can't help but smile for this adorable manga.
i absolutely love it. and everyone else should too, because it would be such a shame of there was a shoujo manga fan that never came upon this marvelous thing.
volume 3 left me starving for more.
luv it! the story's superb!
it's not some corny story nor it is boring. x) i totally love this manga!!!! i've gotten sick of those typical plot and shallow corny love stories and this manga is NOT one of those. i HIGHLY reccommend this! really funny, touching, and interesting :3 xD
Motomi-Sensei does it again
Granted, the plot isn't majorly original/special, Its the characters that make it special. Oh, and the arts lush. The fact that 'daisy' isnt presented as just a piece of meat for the fangirlish readers and is presented as an actual flawed being is refreshing, and you find your self feeling for him, whereas in most other shoujos, there would always be another 'oh, he would go SO cute with her' the author makes even the reader fall for him, and leaves no room in our hearts for anyone else. Teru, is also a godsend, scrap all those stupid girls 'i will do anything to make him see only me' she is gonna make it as hard as she can for him. end of. Btw...
Spoiler (highlight to view)
"I'll learn to love everything about you of course" ---- a classic, original moment to be defined, the heroine, twisting the hero around her little finger like that, does NOT come often people!!!!
all in all, pretty art, pretty characters, relevant decent plot to go with. Brilliant. lets see if Motomi-sensei can keep this up, we all know he is capable of amazing works, (check out his other series) He can beat 99% of any other female shoujo artist out there hands down this guy can. X
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!