The Arcana Famiglia is no ordinary mafia. The organization, headed by the powerful Mondo, lives on Regalo Island and protects its citizens from crime and corruption with the help of certain members who wield supernatural powers known as Arcana. But Mondo is growing older, and has decided to organize a tournament to determine which Arcana wielder will take his place – and his daughter Felicitá's hand in marriage, much to her dismay. Now, as Felicitá herself and other friends and colleagues wait to enter the competition, they reminisce about old times, perform good deeds for the townsfolk and continue to hone their Arcana skills.
The plot of this manga is good. It talks about tarocco and an arcana duello which is what this manga is about. However, when you read it, it's not the main point at all. It's more of like a background sort of thing because it focused more on Felicità, Debito, Pace, and Luca. The artstyle is amazing, something that made me read this in the first place. The characters, especially Debito, Pace, and Luca were properly developed. Felicità is the main protagonist however I felt like the trio were the main ones instead of how much was focused on them and their backstories. Furthermore, unlike in the anime, Nova and Libertà are side characters and weren't given as much information as they gave Dante and Jolly. Not much is known about those two either, Dante more so than Jolly. Sumire and Mondo were given a little bit of a background with how they met, but nothing else. If they had fleshed out the characters even more, made Felicità more than what she was, and focused on the arcana duello and her improving her arcana powers, they I think that this manga would've been even better than its current state. It's still a good read, not gonna lie, however, with the points that I've said, it made me feel disappointed rather than satisfied.