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Title(s): Tokage no Ou
トカゲの王
蜥蜴之王
The Lizard King
Tokage no O
Tokage no Oh
Author(s): Iruma Hitoma
Artist(s): KAMIZUKI Shiki
Genres: Drama, Ecchi, Horror, Mature, Psychological, Seinen, Supernatural, Tragedy
Start Date: 2012
Status: Completed
Summary:
Ikagawa Tokage is a boy with a superpower. He has the the ability to change the color of his eyes whenever he closes and reopens the eyes. Kinda useless, right? Regardless, Ikagawa Tokage strives to strengthen his power in an effort to become the strongest and not have his power be nothing more than an arrow to the knee. With that desire in mind, he trains daily in an abandoned building in modern day Tokyo. But on one such day, he comes to what looks to be a scene of a crime and feels the culprit might still be nearby. Will he make it out of the abandoned building with a broken knee? Is there more to his power than meets the eye?
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Simple review
Written by AdamB15 on March 26, 2013 at 4:12 AM
Overall Rating
Excellent
Story: 4
Dialogue: 5
Animation: 5
Entertainment: 5
We are 11 chapters in, and not much has really happened, yet a lot has happened... it makes sense to me.

This story is fucked up.

But it looks good, and is so far entertaining to read.

I do think it needs to be reclassified.
It's sort of Ecchi, but I don't know if just Ecchi and Martial Arts correctly categorize it.
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