Legal Drug Manga Volume 1

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About Legal Drug Manga Volume 1

Legal Drug 1 features story and art by CLAMP.

A drugstore that deals in medicine... and danger!

Kazahaya Kudo has a gift. When he touches a person or an object, he sees visions. With no money and no place to stay, Kazahaya was out of luck until fate brought him to the Green Drug pharmacy. Now, in exchange for working in the store, he gets room and board. But in order to make ends meet there's a catch... he must take on 'special' assignments from his boss that can only be handled by someone with Kazahaya's gift.

With the help of his co-worker and roommate Rikuo, who has unusual powers of his own, Kazahaya finds himself on missions most surreal.

Details

  • Publisher: TOKYOPOP
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Drama, Mystery
  • Themes: Supernatural
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Release Date: 10/12/2004
  • Page Count: 192
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.5
  • Written Language: English

Ratings & Reviews

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beautiful art, surprising story

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When you pick this up for the first time it's easy to sink into the story. The story is surprising and tempting, as well as familiar to an extent, the twists and turns are irresistable. Hopefully the series will continue, by the third volume your curiousity should be well peaked! I've been eagerly awaiting the next issue myself...The art, as usual, is beautiful. The boys are breath-taking and almost every character is a gorgeous man. So far as I have gotten, drugs aren't involved in anyway. Clamp does an excellent job at showing people's addictions to other things and people's connection to everything. There is very much a supernatural feeling to this series, nothing less from Clamp!! Another great one and definetly something to pick up.

Wish there was more

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my general experience with Clamp manga is that the second half makes the first half worth any slowness. Both because the second half is super good, and enriches the first half by helping it make more sense. This was a good story that was strangely addictive, but feels incomplete, like they were building up to a second half... that's been indefinitely put on hold.