While this reviewer will continue to hate manga, there's no denying the talents of Murase and Ito who flawlessly capture the look and feel of a thirties Nancy Drew story. They further distinguish the design of the characters and rise above the typical generic look and feel of most manga. Needless to say they do not succumb to saucer-eye and waif-woman syndrome. Instead, through a manga-orienated influence they keep a snappy pace that's set off by the titian hair of the most curious girl in literature. Read Full Review
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