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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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Why you MUST read DENGEKI DAISY
At first I was prepared for this manga to be like all other shojo mangas. Typical shojo girl, typical bishounen guy etc tec. BUT, I cannot believe how different this manga is from all others. What everyday manga story is about a hilirious comedy heroine and a lolita (equaly as hilirious) janitor? However this manga is not all about laughs and comedy. The storyline is deep, exciting and touching. In fact, I cried during some parts of the story. Sometimes I feel that the author is having fun playing around with the reader's feelings. First I'll be crying so hard then the next I'll be slamming the table bursting out laughing. I cannot discribe how beautiful the art is. I understand that most people disagree with the artwork but I find it truely captivating. Each scene is drawn with detail and the characters are not all shojo style with big sparkling eyes or shimmering hair. I know that many people love their characters like that, but Motomi sensei's art is very detailed and it is really beautiful mixed with the wonderful storyline/plot. Dengeki Daisy is my top number 1 favourite manga both for its art and storyline. I have read lots of shojo mangas but no manga has really truely matched up to the level of this lovely work. I recommend it very VERY much to those out there who are dying for a great manga. Who knows? You might be hooked on like me. I very easily give it a 10/10
This is one of my favorite mangas ever!!!! Kurosaki is so frickin funny, and Teru isn't one of those overly emotional idiots you usually find in shoujo. She has a brain, and she actually USES it. Kudos to the mangaka for making it realistic (not that you'll find a janitor that hot anywhere) totally LOVED it. i'm stalking VIZ until they finish english publication. Definitely a must read!!!
... Last updated on January 23rd, 2011, 9:16am
My super number one manga
I can't complain anything about this manga. It has all the things you've been looking for in a story. A rare plot line and full of mysteries which readers will chase after.
I love Teru, Daisy and Kurosaki. No boring chapters. This is what i can call, EPIC.
Super Highly Recommended.
... Last updated on December 2nd, 2010, 5:41am
Its a really great series, as someone who usually doesn't care for shojou series that does mean something. It gets a little tedious after a while though.
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Especially when Teru finds out that Kurosaki is daisy, in her crisis of acting like she doesn't know you're just waiting for her to tell him. Then later on he knows she found out, and when you get into situations like "she doesn't know that he knows that she knows" and "he knows that she doesn't know that he knows that she knows" you just want to punch everyone in the face. It would seem though that the situation of mutual understanding would only come at the series' end. Hopefully between now and then the story will pick up.
I think all fans eagerly await the ending because it has the potential to be epic. (If its sad, more face punching is sure to ensue.)
... Last updated on May 11th, 2010, 7:00pm
Should have taken the drama and mystery tags seriously
Okay. I read this coming from Otokomae Beads Club and Penguin Prince. I was expecting that light-hearted romcom with funny expressions that I love so much. That's how I knew Motomi's works. But agh. This... spiraled down hella fast. Became heavy. A bit melodramatic. I was surprised but didn't hate it. And I like the side characters and their stories, too. But... the change in mood was really jarring and it put me off a bit. And it's stretching. Perhaps if this was a shounen or seinen manga I would look at it from a better point of view. I went from wanting to know what will happen next to going 'meh, what comes, comes'.
i love this manga!!! well at one point i did drop it for awhile ( too complicated of a plot. a hacker?? too much computer stuff i don't understand lol) but once i picked it up again from the beginning i realized why i fell in love with it. Teru and Daisy are SUCH LOVEABLE CHARACTERS!!! recommend it! <3
... Last updated on August 14th, 2013, 12:25am
I love the way how this author writes their manga.. This manga is a very good manga to read.. there are moments when i will just laugh my ass off.. But sometimes i felt like some parts of the chapters are pretty boring, but overall this manga is an amazing manga to read..
Dengeki has it's moments but
When I first started reading this, I was excited. It was fun, Teru is HILARIOUS, and Kurosaki is my hero. I loved their fights, the plot... but lately, it's just getting hard to read. I know he's a computer hack wizard whatever, (and sadly, I don't read japanese (trying to learn but it's going painfully slow), so maybe I'm missing out on some stuff with the translations?) but it's just getting a bit tedious. I read through a chapter now and just see, "blah blah blah" because Teru's always talking about being strong and not worrying Daisy. Daisy's always talking about her letting other's protect her... *sigh*
I'll continue reading, yes, but I need more spark! A faster way forward. Get Teru kidnapped or something! Or Daisy kidnapped and Teru has to sneak around trying to find him and find out he's not really kidnapped but passed out drunk or sick somewhere. I think that'd be funny (huhuhu)
pretty good stuff.
i started reading when there was already a good chunk of story out there, so i sort of binge read it. and it was really good. i LOVE the heroine, she's a strong female lead without seeming too annoying or being unfeminine. i dont know why, but i'm not in love with kurosaki. like, i have nothing against him but nothing about his character just ever made me excited for romantic development. i guess what i do like about their relationship is that teru (f. lead) wears the pants in the relationship. like their relationship is entirely dependent on teru, who is still a teenage girl. there's none of that unrealistic 'idgaf about society and how this is kind pedo-y, KISS ME TERU.' no, it's more "she's still a teenager, she shouldn't/won't see me as a man yet so i wont do anything" which i really love.
but post-reading binge i realize the plot isnt really sticking with me anymore. the villains are pretty bland, they need a little more than just "merrrr find daisy". i was hoping the jack o frost thing would turn into something a little bigger, but so far i'm not seeing much...
overall it's a decent read with really great art, attractive characters. highly recommended.
It's THAT good!
This one is definitely a straight up solid 10! It has suspense, romance (which doesn't fill you with frustration due to a lack of communication), laughter, twists and main characters who are neither wimps nor idiots - all the things I like in a manga or book. It's one that even if I've read it from cover to cover online I will buy it when it's available. I'd like to have it on hand to be able to read again and again. It's that good.
You know, I read the previous comment that the female lead 'cries all the time' and I have to strongly disagree. I hate crybaby female leads and I didn't dislike her at all. In fact, her character grows emotionally stronger with each volume, which I like. Keep in mind that we pick up the story just a short time after her brother (who is her ONLY living relative & whom she loves dearly) dies. To expect her not to cry is a bit unrealistic but she does her best to hold in in check. She's also smart and strong and willing to stand up for what's right and not be bullied - a definite plus. And though she's in love, she's not all mushy over him all the time. So nice!!