Maoh: Juvenile Remix

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VIZ Media LLC, Apr 10, 2012 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 200 pages
46 Reviews
What do you do when the city's savior is actually a devil in disguise...?

Reads R to L (Japanese Style), for audiences T+.

"As crazy as your ideas might be, as long as you believe in yourself and tackle the issue head-on, you can even change the world." Ando is a high school student who has the power to make others say out loud what he's thinking. Inukai is the mysterious leader of a vigilante group called Grasshopper, which is at odds with the city's redevelopment plan. In this chaotic city, these two will come together to weave a story of courage, determination and confrontation.

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Review: Maoh: Juvenile Remix, Vol. 1 (Maoh: Juvenile Remix #1)

User Review  - Jenna - Goodreads

Interesting "super power" concept and plot. I just couldn't get into it for some reason. It reminds me of the series Durarara. Read full review

Review: Maoh: Juvenile Remix, Vol. 3 (Maoh: Juvenile Remix #3)

User Review  - Ayase Yayoi - Goodreads

not logical, sometimes naive, but i like it. in this novel he said his ideas about politics. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Megumi Osuga made her debut with Tonpachi, which ran in Shonen Sunday R, and had a short series in Shonen Sunday Super called Honou no Ana no Yomi. In 2007, her serialization of Maoh: Juvenile Remix started in Weekly  Shonen Sunday.

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