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Tantei Gakuen Q

Alt titles: Detective Academy Q

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3.984 out of 5 from 87 votes
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Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Detective Academy Q TV 2003 TBD
Name Role
Fumiya SATOU Artist
Seimaru AMAGI Author

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10 Detective/mystery mangas :D kerry666 10 Mar 9, 2014
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I never thought I would like the mystery genre until I watched and read Detective Academy Q, but I was wrong. Detective Academy Q has a great story line and great characters. Its two main characters, Kyu and Ryu are both awesome and geniuses in their own right. And it has amazing, amazing myteries that are complicated yet not quite unsolvable for us at home. In fact, you could say it has it all. When I read Spiral afterwards, however, I realized Academy Q had met its match. Everything and I mean everything that I mentioned above can be seen in Spiral, although Spiral has a bit more action in it. But one thing for certain is, if you loved Detective Academy Q, you will definitely love Spiral. And likewise, if you liked Spiral, I would highly recommend you read Detective Academy Q.