In a futuristic world, the government seeks to control humans with unique powers who are called ‘Clovers'. Each Clover has a different power level identified by a tattoo which ranges from one to four. Kazuhiko is a former soldier turned private eye and he is tasked with transporting Sue, the only ‘Four Leaf Clover' in existence, to Fairy Park. Over the course of their journey he discovers more about Sue and the powers the Clovers contain.
Nineteen-year-old ronin Hideki Motosuwa desires two things more than anything else: a girlfriend, and an expensive humanoid computer (known as a 'persocom'). But with his dead-end job and no financial aid from his parents, owning a persocom seems impossible... until he finds a blond-haired female persocom tied up amongst a pile of trash! After getting her home and figuring out how to activate her, even the computer-illiterate Hideki realizes there is something unusual when it appears she can only say one word - Chii. Is she just broken, or is there more to this persocom than her behavior lets on?
CLAMP's manga are pretty distinctive, and Clover and Chobits are no exception. Both are soft sci-fi stories about naive young (or just young-looking) girls with some crazy mystery power that they can't control meeting and loving a man. As in all CLAMP series, the artwork in each is gorgeous, and major themes include the ever popular "love is blind" and "love will conquer all".
Skimpy on plot but with a gorgeous unconventional style, Clover and Till Dawn (from Le théâtre de A) feature caged girls, singing, loneliness, and a handsome young man with a mysterious/dark past.