The man with 3 faces: PSB Agent Rei Furuya, Detective Toru Amuro, and Black organization’s Bourbon. An enigmatic man who weaves through light and shadow, he is the strict and demanding superior, the eager apprentice, the manipulative informant. Who is the man known as ‘Zero’ and which side of himself does he reveal when no one is watching? Take a glimpse into the life of a man with three faces, and piece the puzzle together…
Source: Shogakukan Asia
This anime may be titled Zero's Tea Time, but more accurately it should be Zero's Coffee Break. The synopsis makes it sound as though it's a legitimate spy show, but it mostly takes place at a coffee shop, or follows the main lead during his daily routine. I have to yet to watch or read anything from the Detective Conan series, so I did not know what to expect. The synopsis seemed interesting, but what was advertized was not what I got. This is not to say it's bad, just be prepared for more wholesome short stories, than action or mystery. This is police, slice of life, with a little drama and light comedy, although it has no comedy tag on A-P. PG-13.
A lame OVA spinoff surrounding an "ok character." Amuro was never on the level of being a “beloved irreplaceable character.” Most of the episodes consist of watching vain meaningless drama stories with a little comedy and action sprinkled in here or there. Not worth watching. 3/10 overall.
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