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BORDER (KOTEGAWA Yua)


Alt Names: alt ボーダー
Author: KANESHIRO Kazuki
Artist: KOTEGAWA Yua
Genres: Drama DramaMystery MysteryPsychological PsychologicalSeinen SeinenSupernatural Supernatural
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: On her first day as a police academy trainee, Haruna is assigned to keep an eye on Ishikawa Ango, a driven and resourceful detective who has recently survived a gunshot wound to the head. What Haruna doesn't know is that the incident has given Ishikawa the ability to see and communicate with spirits of the victims, making him even more determined to use his special ability to catch culprits.
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19 Comments

So the bakery-kun was that kind of otaku.

That was saddening.. Thank you Fallen Syndicate.

This is Good, Detective manga where crime didn't happen whenever detective go.

I translate Ouroboros, and accordingly was attracted by this, which adds a supernatural spice to the usual crime manga.

 

The plot is good, and the characters are interesting, but I couldn't be captivated by it.

 

For me, the problem is in the art. Specifically, expressions. The characters' faces look… emotionless. As if the artist had no talent for drawing emotions. It's odd, because the rest of the art is good, so I'm sure it's not a matter of skill. It's probably just the artist's style.

 

Not followed due to that, but heavily recommended if you don't mind the art much.

Almost forgot about this.

"whose child is that?"

"mine"

 

best answer, tbh

 

That's exactly what I though too xD

Hmm, another bookish female cop-maverick male cop pair, this pairing has become kinda popular no? (Ouroboros, Tokyo Ghoul, Unhappy! on top of my head).

"whose child is that?"

"mine"

 

best answer, tbh

It's a bit too easy to solve the mystery and the explanation is lacking mmm...

 

Maybe it'll get better in the next case, the art is nice as usual mmm...

Haruna looked so adorable in the last panel <3

Loving this so far. Also, it's looking less depressing than Kimi no Knife, which is another plus. I wonder how long we will have to wait for Haruna to learn about Ishikawa's secret.
I guess the priest really did want to become an actual father, but the thing is... the real father probably beat him to it. lol

Spoiler

Wooogh I watched the live-action series/dorama/j-drama/whatever, starred by Shun Oguri. When I heard that it's adapted from manga, I was reminded of Kimi no Knife, aaand friggin' surprised later when my guts got it right... ...seems like I put too many hours on reading manga -_-  Anyway, the drama is pretty interesting, and the ending was very very interesting. So I'm so excited when I saw this here! Thanks Fallen Syndicate!

 

Same artist, not same author.  Although I will admit it has the very same feel so I wonder if there is some relationship between the two.

Hm, could be good or bad... let's see how it develops.

Wooogh I watched the live-action series/dorama/j-drama/whatever, starred by Shun Oguri. When I heard that it's adapted from manga, I was reminded of Kimi no Knife, aaand friggin' surprised later when my guts got it right... ...seems like I put too many hours on reading manga -_-  Anyway, the drama is pretty interesting, and the ending was very very interesting. So I'm so excited when I saw this here! Thanks Fallen Syndicate!

idk why but i feel like the pace is a bit rushed, I like it this way though mmm...

Ah, Kotegawa Yua's artwork... well, I more or less enjoyed Kimi no Knife, might as well see how this goes.

Welp, that "you don't have time to live thingy bothers me"

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