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Haiba Sumio is a student at a Tokyo High School with an interesting ability... He occasionally falls asleep and wakes up with premonitions of the future written out on his "Dream Diary". With this ability, Sumio helps out people in trouble before anything bad happens, until one day when his peaceful life completely changes.
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It's awfully cliche, same read as you've had in better mangas... maybe Judge or Doubt, but with superpowers. Reminds me a bit of Gantz too. Of course, it's dark and there's a mystery, but the main characters feel worn out through their better shown siblings in better mangas. Everything seems so blasse, you'll think you've read it somewhere else where it's done better than here... even though you may not have read anything similar. The plot twists are ok, and nothing rattles my bones enough to keep reading this. I would only read it if I had nothing else to read. It's that engaging.
I'll try to be as much fair as I can. The manga itself is more of seinen, than shounen. Main character is utter stupid with an ability that is just... So weird! The other characters are the generic shounen archetype and nobody caught my interest.
... Last updated on November 5th, 2010, 5:04am
Unique and Good
Lately, Weekly Shonen Jump is not performing quite well with their series, with most so far being axed far too soon, let only original or unique. Enigma, however, offers something different and maybe the one series to survive and expand.
Instead of the usual deliquent battle and fantasy-esque adventures, Enigma is a mystery manga mixed with supernatural, where each character supposedly have a unique talent in a bizarre and strange game they're force to participate.
I have to say, I'm impress how the series going so far, and hopefully, for the sake of WSJ, it manages to thrive with each chapter.