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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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love it keep coming back
i love this manga and the writer i keep coming back for more and i also keep re-reading them mangafox has a few of them and im about to go see how mnay the writer has out so i can find them all and read them
I'm basing this on the latest available volume. I’m probably alone in this and maybe it’s just the Western way of thinking but once Kurosaki and Teru officially started dating, I immediately became sick. When you put it on paper, eight years isn’t that big of a difference but when all I think about is she was in kindergarten while he was middle school/junior high; I just can’t get on board with it. Also the fact that he’s called a “lolicon” throughout the majority of the story and then about a volume or a chapter before they get together, it’s just acceptable by everyone (except Rena -_-). He even called himself a “lolicon”.
I think I wouldn’t have such a bad taste in my mouth if they had held out until she was out of school or at least a legal 18. Thoughout the story, I thought that was the plan and that made the awkward flirting and pining bearable but now all I can think about is I wish I never started this manga.
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
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.
I got tired,
I hated that it's really funny, great but...the characters get stuck in some point where they like eachother but...just that. -.- arggg ;@!
read it if you like the slow thing~ and the female lead...she's cool but she cries all the time -.-
A truly wonderful story... I was totally bought over by the first chap. I really hope the scanlating group will put out more releases, gambatte and thankews! The plot is excellent and fresh, and the art is awesome. I'm totally in love with the characters right now, and I'm really looking forward to how the plot will continue!!!!
Still not too sure what to think of this manga, there aren't many chapters out yet.
Plot-wise, it's quite cliche - ridiculously popular bishie with a hidden past, girl with no relatives... However, Motomi Kyousuke has, somehow, pulled it off. I really like that Kurosaki's past seems to be leading up to an unexpected twist - and I'm hoping that it doesn't turn out to be something lame.
However, it's humour made me laugh at most points, and it is a refreshing change. The artwork is better than most. Overall, it's not great, but definitely something you should at least try.
I LOOOOVE this series
May I begin by saying, I absolutely ADORE Motomi Kyousuke and all of his works? Dengeki Daisy is his latest series. (After Beast Master, which was also WONDERFUL. One of my favorite manga ever) It's extremely funny, but still manages to pull at your heartstrings. I HIGHLY recommend this to everyone, and also recommend all Kyousuke's other works too.
This series is such a breath of fresh air, because it isn't your typical, cliche shojo manga. It's totally different, and amazingly so. DEFINATELY read it ;D [I just wish the chapters would come out faster!!]
Why so much High rating? I don't usually read romance, I find them boring and cliché. When I was introduce to it everybody told me it is not the typical romance manga, the guy not perfect and the girl is not weak. Well, it is the only thing ok about it. Tha hacking plot is bad and the "bad guy" are not interesting. The romance is slow--> great is bad when it goes too fast and the characters have no development, but for a long time it was-->"I know he is Daisy" and "I know she knows i'm Daisy", "but i won't tell him/her", when the feeling are reveal, nothing and then it restart with the hacking/viruses plot again -->I drop it, it's repetitive, slow-paced and boring.
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=