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4:11 pm, Sep 4 2012
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I know that there are a lot of stories about detectives out there, but I was wondering if there are any ones that have other cases besides homicides. I'd like it to focus on other units (missing person, abuse, etc.) to see how the manga-ka would choose to handle the cases.
Preferably, I'd like one where only a few cases deal with homicide.

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5:07 pm, Sep 4 2012
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Honey Bitter MC can read minds
Hanako to Guuwa no Tera solves mystery cases (folklore detective)

in need of romance?
uncommon, sad, sweet
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Post #568826

6:09 pm, Sep 4 2012
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Shibatora, I guess?

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8:34 pm, Sep 4 2012
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M.C. Law was somewhat different. Although the main character is a lawyer, it felt by times almost like reading a detective story, so if you don't mind the profession, it might be interesting ... ^^"

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Post #568842

8:37 pm, Sep 4 2012
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The most famous probably Detective Conan. But 20th century boys has some elements of that.

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5:58 am, Sep 5 2012
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Quote from movingstone
The most famous probably Detective Conan. But 20th century boys has some elements of that.

I feel like he just read the name of the thread and posted with out any further tough, am i right?

Had you read Psychometrer Eiji? There are some murders but mostly other things

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