Code:Breaker

10/27/2010

Riding the bus one day, Sakurakouji Sakura looks out the window to see people being burned alive with a blue fire and a boy her age who’s unharmed and standing over the people. She comes back to the site the next day and there are no corpses or evidence of any kind of murder, just a small fire. She then goes to class to find there’s a new transfer student, Oogami Rei, who looks exactly like the boy she saw before and wears a black glove only on his left hand. Oogami is a Code Breaker, one who “does not exist”. He is a seemingly cold-blooded killer who follows the principle of “an eye for an eye”, to “use evil against evil”. Convinced that killing is not right, Sakurakouji sets out to stop him and penetrate his icy heart.

quoted from MAL

Like what the synopsis says, it’s all about judgment and killing. People always tend to not follow rules, and would just run past justice after committing a crime. Cause rules are there to be violated, if there is no such rule then it would not be violated. lol. In this case, the Code:Breakers exist to judge those criminals. This manga is not only about killing, but is also about friendship and life.

Art is great, likewise, the characters. As the story moves on, little by little, we would learn more about the characters. Plot is interesting, but, sometimes, a bit annoying since there are repetitions. Main arcs are really interesting, though. All in all, I really liked this manga, and is recommended. Story includes unique powers, btw.

Can read it on: mangafox, mangashare
DL: here or in Shinra Tensei’s site

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