Satou Fumiya さとうふみや

[born: 22 Dec 1965 ; bloodtype: O]

His debut work is Kindaichi shounen no jikenbo.

Kindaichi-shounen no Jikenbo [The Case Files of Young Kindaichi]
written by Kanari Yousaburou,
serialized on Shuukan Shounen Magazine,
27 volumes @ Y390
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Detective stories like Sherlock Holmes. The plot is quite good and I'm not able to find the culprit in advance. When buying this series, remember that most of the cases cover more than one volume. So buy them chronologically or you won't be able to read them. {PVH}

Hajime Kindaichi is a high school student with a reputation for laziness and sloppiness and an IQ of 180. The grandson of a famous detective, Kindaichi's sharp intuition and excellent memory are only used when his interest is piqued by crime and mystery. His two catchphrases - "The mystery has been solved" and "The killer is among us" - come up at the end of each story when he announces to the other characters in the drama and the readers of the comic that he has figured out who did it and why. This series established a new genre called "mystery manga." From its launch in October 1992, over 60 million copies have been sold in book form in Japan; making it one of the best selling manga of the 1990s. {020}

APG:(TV)970407-(Toei Animation)

Kindaichi-shounen no Jikenbo Tanpenshuu [Young Kindaichi's Casebook Anthology]
short story collection
written by Seimaru Amagi,
serialized on Shuukan Shounen Magazine,
5 volumes @ Y?
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No Synopsis.

Kindaichi-shounen no Jikenbo Casebook Special
written by Seimaru Amagi,
serialized on Shuukan Shounen Magazine,
2 volumes @ Y?
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No Synopsis.

Tantei Gakuen Q [Detective School Q]
written by Seimaru Amagi,
serialized on Shuukan Shounen Magazine,
13 volumes @ Y?
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Ninth-grader Kyu dreams of becoming the world's greatest detective. So it is that he decides to take the bizarre Dan Detective School entrance exam. The school is named after the legendary detective Morihiko Dan.
At the exam center, Kyu meets his new rivals: Meg, a girl with a photographic memory; Kinta, who has a savage instinct; Kazuma, an IT freak; and Ryu, who can only be described as mysterious. The five kids pass the difficult test and enter the so-called "Qualified Class," known also as Class Q, a special class from which the successor of Morihiko Dan will be chosen.
The young detectives work together to solve a number of difficult cases, each one aspiring to become the world's number-one detective and Dan's successor. {020}


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