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Rizelmine (v. 1)

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The government has been conducting experiments to genetically engineer a human. Its first creation is a girl named Rizel, and the experiment is a success--sort of. While healthy and cheerful, 12-year-old Rizel also possesses the uncanny need for love to further her development. Saddened by this emptiness in her life, she sheds tears that can end up destroying a city block. ...more
Published August 9th 2005 by TokyoPop (first published August 2005)
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Most of Yukiru Sugisaki's work is cheesy shojo manga. Rizelmine is no exception. Iwaki Tomonori is fifteen years old, and is strictly attracted to older women. It's not quite clear in the beginning why he refuses to even consider any other type of girl, but, as he says, "If she's my age, I couldn't care less." He's in a really bad mood when he gets home from school one day, because he has just found out that the teacher he has a crush on is engaged. He is greeted at the door by a twelve-year-old ...more
Not as intriguing a concept as DNAngel nor as interesting characters, but I guess since it's a one-shot, can't blame it...
I liked the concept but the execution was lacking. There was a lot of confusion the first time reading through.
Almost entirely uninteresting. I have no idea how they made it look at all appealing even in ads.
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Yukiru Sugisaki (杉崎 ゆきる in Japanese) is a Japanese manga artist. Her hobbies are dramas, video games, and "collecting rabbit things".

Sugisaki's face is rarely seen, as she prefers to draw herself with a rabbit face or mask in her manga profile images. She also seems to have developed a trait of leaving her series unfinished before moving on to different projects (Notably D.N.Angel, which has seen
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