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Ichihashi Nanao is an incredibly bright girl and the first to ever transfer into Mehabia Catholic School. The one God here, though, is the "Judicature Club," a school-sanctioned means of resolving student disputes. Its president and judge is the first person Nanao meets--Hanegi Raika, a handsome boy who looks like a girl. This highly selective club wants Nanao as a member, but while she may be unwilling to judge others, she may have no choice when she herself is judged.
Блестящий ум ダイアモンド・ヘッド 钻石侦探庭 Bộ tứ kim cương Daiamondo Heddo
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I don't know.
I decided to read this after reading so many people's praises about it. I think that it was okay. It just did not do it for me as much as it did for other readers. It's just me I guess. Still, its a good read. Just made me feel depressed. Don't listen to me, I'm just really weird.
the judicature club...
Diamond Head reminded me of shows like judge trudy and the people's court, except in manga form. It had a nice plot, even though I with it was a tad bit longer. But the ending to me was great. The characters were different and by far very enjoyable. It kept me at the edge of my seat, since it was unpredictable. A nice refreshing shoujo, whose mangaka also did After School Nightmare, which is a very good read as well.
This series was really unexpected for me. It was really interesting and had unique story line. I loved how the characters relates to each other showing their friendship and what things could affect it. I really found that it was something i have really wanted to find in a shoujo manga but never really found it until now. Things in this story does not always go the way u want it but yet it was very satisfying and sometimes heartbreaking at times. I highly recomend it to anyone.
I was so surprised how good this manga was. Even though it was shojou genre it actually had depth in its plot development. The character's actually had a past that helped you understand how they became the way they were...Even though it got REALLY SAD in the end, the closing was tied up in a nice little bow : ) So overall its a definite read!!!
The story was so unique to me and I really enjoyed it. The explosive emotions really appealed to me but I feel like it ended too quickly. I wanted more.
This is one of the most unique shoujo stories I have read and is definitely one of ,if not, Setona Mizushiro's best work. The characters and their relationships are all beautifully constructed. The judicial aspect of the manga is also a plus. However, it wasn't until volumes 4 and 5 that the gravity of the story hit me.
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Setsu's suicide came as a shock, but when you look back at the past events in the manga there is quite a lot of foreshadowing that he had been using drugs. The saddest thing was that even though he was surrounded by friends who cared for him and a had a loving girlfriend, he still couldn't escape from the drugs.
It is an excellent manga and definitely worth a read.
... Last updated on November 18th, 2008, 10:11pm
Honestly, it was unique. It wasn't your typical shoujo. All the characters seemed more realistic to me. Personally, I enjoyed the ending immensely. I thought it showed the great character development.
I thought the ending was great, and the last 4 pages weren't needed. I like how much foreshadowing there is, and nothing just 'suddenly' happens, and things are always hinted at before hand, telling you the author put a good amount of thought into the story. Its difficult for me to explain this... because I found it so good. The only place I thought it lacked was the art, but it wasn't bad, just average. It made me cry. o.o; It was really sweet. I just feel sad that I always put it off because of other peoples reviews, saying the ending was bad. It fit the story well, and it wasn't even a cliffhanger ending, or 'wtf' ending... anyone who is a fan of works like Paradise Kiss should read it.
Went by faster than the wind
i would rate this 12 out of 10 if i could...because it deserves that extra two points above all the other manga i have read so far. i'm still sitting here in awe...being a first year law student it was indeed very inspiring. For a short series of 5 volumes i have never seen such development, consistency and depth in the characters...The plot was carefully twisted and clever; each sentence written in the manga contributed to the story. Nothing about it was cliche, unoriginal or boring. A masterpiece. besides nodame cantabile, its the first time ive seen a shoujo manga where it didn't need to center around romance to be amazing.
I had read previous reviews prior to reading this one since i had read another work by the mangaka and was quite disappointed....this was not the case with this one. The story flowed quite naturally, perhaps because am involved in law i through the characters and its development was done quite well, particularly the cases they had to deal with. I was very relieved to see that the story did not focused mainly in the romantic side but when it did made it look quite realistic and natural. Regarding the ending, it seemed some people were not satisfied but that was not my case, i found it to be consistent with the story and it showed a thorough completion to the very end.