Legal Drug, Volume 01
Meet Kazahaya and Rikuou. By day, they are two ordinary pharmacists; by night, their boss has them filling special prescriptions for clients with ailments that can't be cured using ordinary elixirs. With cameos from the cast of Suki, this CLAMP series is a perfect dose of mystery, psychic powers... show more
Meet Kazahaya and Rikuou. By day, they are two ordinary pharmacists; by night, their boss has them filling special prescriptions for clients with ailments that can't be cured using ordinary elixirs. With cameos from the cast of Suki, this CLAMP series is a perfect dose of mystery, psychic powers and those ornately drawn characters the femme-four creators are famous for.
Publish date: October 12th 2004
Pages no: 184
Edition language: English
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Series: Legal Drug (#1)
Another solid volume, with episodic requests for Kazahaya and Rikuo to face. The cases themselves are diverse and fun (and here we get the first must-have, in the same way most anime need a hot springs episode, manga of this sort always end up with the main character in girl's clothes against his wi...
This is the take of Kazahaya and Rikuo, who work as stock boys are the Green Drugstore in Toyko. Except that sometimes, in addition to the shop duties, they take on extra assignments that only people of their... unique? talents can handle. Kazahaya can see the past of something if he touches it, whi...
I found a used copy of this at my local entertainment store and bought it because series by CLAMP are always worth a try.So far, this has a very episodic feel. At the beginning of the volume, Rikuo finds an unconscious Kazahaya in the snow and takes him back to Kakei, his boss at the Green Drugstore...
It was an alright manga, but not great. The plot was a bit difficult to follow at times, mostly because the authors is keeping everything very vagues. Yes, you know Kudo works for the drugstore, but he is really there to do special assignments. You know he has a psychic gift. I think there are some ...
good, but I wish there was actually a manga about weed.