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.
I’m not going to lie, this is one of the most confusing manga’s that Clamp produced and I have heard that isn’t even done yet. I’m somewhat glad its not because as it is, there really isn’t any definitive ending to the plot or answers as to what it was supposed to be about. Nanase Ohkawa has actually explained that there are two books left that are needed to complete the story but... read more
I've never done a manga review before, and I don't plan on doing it regularly. However, this manga, which I picked up with my Christmas money during a Barnes and Noble sale, was one that I had wanted to read for a while considering my enjoyment for the group CLAMP. On the other hand, I've never truly enjoyed their shounen series, prefering their more lighthearted works like ... read more
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