{Read Audiobooks} Legal Drug, Volume 01 Author CLAMP – Andy-palmer.co.uk


Legal Drug, Volume 01 A drugstore that deals in medicine and danger Kazahaya Kudo has a gift When he touches a person or an object, he sees visions With no money and no place to stay, Kazahaya was out of luck until fate brought him to the Green Drug pharmacy Now, in exchange for working in the store, he gets room and board But in order to make ends meet there a catch he must take on special assignments from his boss that can only be handled by someone with Kazahaya gift With the help of his co worker and roommate Rikuo, who has unusual powers of his own, Kazahaya finds himself on missions most surreal

  • Paperback
  • 184 pages
  • Legal Drug, Volume 01
  • CLAMP
  • English
  • 15 May 2019
  • 1591824850

About the Author: CLAMP

kawa Nanase born 2 May 1967 saka, bloodtype A Mokona Apapa born 16 Jun 1968, Ky to bloodtype A Nekoi Mick born 21 Jan 1969, Ky to bloodtype O Igarashi Satsuki born 8 Feb 1969, Ky to bloodtype A CLAMP originally began in 1989 as a twelve member d jinshi circle, but by 1990, the circle had diminished from twelve to seven Of the remaining seven, Tamayo Akiyama, Sei Nanao, and Leeza Sei left the group during the production of the RG Veda manga Other former members of CLAMP also included Soushi Hishika, O Kyon, Kazue Nakamori, Yuzuru Inoue and Shinya mi Currently, there are four members in the group.In 2004, CLAMP s 15th anniversary as a mangaka group, the members changed their names from Nanase Ohkawa, Mokona Apapa, Mick Nekoi, and Satsuki Igarashi to Ageha Ohkawa, Mokona, Tsubaki Nekoi and Satsuki Igarashi her name is pronounced the same, but written with different characters respectively The August 2004 issue of Newtype USA, a magazine specializing in events of the anime and manga subcultures, reported that the members of CLAMP simply wanted to try out new names In a later interview with Ohkawa, it was revealed that initially Mokona wanted to drop her surname because it sounded too immature for her liking, while Nekoi disliked people commenting that her name was the same as Mick Jagger s Ohkawa and Igarashi, wanting to go with the flow of Nekoi s and Mokona s name changes, changed their names as well.In 2006, they made their first USA public debut at Anime Expo in Anaheim, California They were well received at the convention, with 6,000 fans in attendance at their panel.



10 thoughts on “Legal Drug, Volume 01

  1. says:

    Bizarre.It s like reading a surrealist picture, absurd and weird, yet not completely understandable Romance is absent Volumes in the series Bizarre.It s like reading a surrealist picture, absurd and weird, yet not completely understandable Romance is absent Volumes in the series

  2. says:

    This reminded me of the early volumes of xxxHolic, when Watanuki was still learning about Yuuko s world It s the same here for Kazahaya and Rikuo, with the added mystery of their past.

  3. says:

    The first volume of one of those manga where CLAMP goes New phone, who dis regularly.I know it wasn t their fault the first time this story went on hiatus I think the magazine it got published in was discontinued or something like that.It then took years for the continuation to come out, fittingly re named Drug DROP, since it s on hiatus now, too.I clearly remember how excited I was when I picked up this first volume when it came out here in 2004 And how couldn t I have been The art is b The first volume of one of those manga where CLAMP goes New phone, who dis regularly.I know it wasn t their fault the first time this story went on hiatus I think the magazine it got published in was discontinued or something like that.It then took years for the continuation to come out, fittingly re named Drug DROP, since it s on hiatus now, too.I clearly remember how excited I was when I picked up this first volume when it came out here in 2004 And how couldn t I have been The art is beautiful even if it s not in my favorite CLAMP style , our POV character Kazayaha is adorable, his dark and brooding partner Rikuo is mysterious and his boss is a comic relief character who only shows his true, much darker self to his boyfriend.There are missing loved ones, who might be dead already, fish in the sky and fireflies you can t see.Everyone has some deep and dark secret.In many ways, it s a muchsubtil work than what one would usually expect from CLAMP, but no less enjoyable I want to say that I wantpeople to read this manga, but I also don t want anyone to be disappointed when they ve finished the second volume of Drug Drop and there is just nothingExcept waiting.And everyone who has read X 1999 or worse Clover knows that it could take a really very long time I m talking aboutthan a decade here.So, yes This is a great manga, but loving it hurts

  4. says:

    I can honestly say I think because I m super old and I can t clearly remember back then this is the first manga I ever read as a teen It was loaned to me from a shitty friend who shouldn t have even really been a friend, I assume so she could get a chuck out of me running acoss the heavily implied homosexual portions of this manga Joke was on her, of course, because I loved it from day one and thus began my love affair with yaoi.Now probably fifteen years later, I think I appreciate this man I can honestly say I think because I m super old and I can t clearly remember back then this is the first manga I ever read as a teen It was loaned to me from a shitty friend who shouldn t have even really been a friend, I assume so she could get a chuck out of me running acoss the heavily implied homosexual portions of this manga Joke was on her, of course, because I loved it from day one and thus began my love affair with yaoi.Now probably fifteen years later, I think I appreciate this manga so muchBack then I was really only interested in the characters having romantic moments, or implied romantic moments As an adult now I can appreciate the nuances of the relationship, the story, and most importantly, the art work And I can say I love it evennow than I did then.I ve kind of got a soft spot in my heart for CLAMP anyway They always do the best stuff imo, and they rarely disappoint.I decided to reread this not to get the feels from long ago, but because for some reason I never picked up the next two volumes, and I just did now So I m really excited to finish the story that I started fifteen years ago, and get some kind of resolution on these characters Is this a perfect manga No But for me, perfect can just be a feeling, and this book gives me the feels

  5. says:

    Book read 3 31 16.Review 4 1 16I hate to call someone s art cute, because I know how disrespectful it is, but, I can t help myself The ladies behind CLAMP made some really cute art for a really intriguing story A month after almost freezing to death, Kazahaya works for the beautiful, mysterious Kakei at the Green Drugstore.He and his rescuer for lack of a better word Rikuo are placed in charge of several Shady side jobs by Kakei, and, being completely off the books as it were, they rely Book read 3 31 16.Review 4 1 16I hate to call someone s art cute, because I know how disrespectful it is, but, I can t help myself The ladies behind CLAMP made some really cute art for a really intriguing story A month after almost freezing to death, Kazahaya works for the beautiful, mysterious Kakei at the Green Drugstore.He and his rescuer for lack of a better word Rikuo are placed in charge of several Shady side jobs by Kakei, and, being completely off the books as it were, they rely on Kazahaya s abilities.Kazahaya can view the memories of people, and even of things He uses this ability, which, to smaller degrees, Rikuo and Kakei share with him, to complete these tasks for Kakei They tend to drift into a supernatural nature, and they re always dangerous.Kazahaya and Rikuo face a cursed book, ghost insects, and a mystery concerning a woman from Rikuo s past.As for the art Maybe a five out of ten Very generic, nothing special at all But it works with the story flow, which is all you can really ask for.Now the plot Seven out of ten Kazahaya s a whiney bitch, and i love it The back and forth with Rikuo is funny and realistic, and Kakei and his very special friend, Saiga, were besides being the only reason this manga would be mislabeled yaoi were captivating to say the least.Dialogue is, as expected, sometimes a little odd and forced, but overall it s decent The characters work extremely well off each other, they re memorable, and they re hystarical I especially liked the chemistry between Kakei and Saiga, they seemed like an old married couple who can still pick on each other I hope to seeof them in the future.I m curious to find outabout these characters, and learnabout their business Will definitely be persuing the other Legal Drug volumes, and the renamed Drug and Drop

  6. says:

    Welp, let s talk about this for a moment Full series review I really wanted to like this But the BL overtones basically overpowered the story Any story that sinterested in potential romantic plots than in the actual HEY WHY DID THEY PICK UP THAT GUY IN THE SNOW HM plot is annoying to me The character interactions just don t click the way they do in xxxHolic which I really enjoyed and I For the record, I m not into BL as a general rule but don t mind it if it s well written This ju Welp, let s talk about this for a moment Full series review I really wanted to like this But the BL overtones basically overpowered the story Any story that sinterested in potential romantic plots than in the actual HEY WHY DID THEY PICK UP THAT GUY IN THE SNOW HM plot is annoying to me The character interactions just don t click the way they do in xxxHolic which I really enjoyed and I For the record, I m not into BL as a general rule but don t mind it if it s well written This just wasn t There was no chemistry between the MCs and it felt like the tension between them was being put on by circumstances like a bad shoujo manga P Noooo thank you Yet I will try again with the newer series pickup of this because my vague theory is that this is a fairly early CLAMP work and maybe the new version will be better I just so wanted to like this because I enjoy the setup of the shop as well as Kohou s special powers

  7. says:

    Kazahaya Kudo and Rikuo are roomates who live above a drug store called Green Drug Pharmacy and also work in the store Both of them have powers, Kazahaya is able to get memories from touching objects or people and Rikuo s power allows him to break objects The store owner, Kakei, sends the two on side jobs for extra cash, which are supernatural in nature.While the special assignments are a prominent part of the manga, the relationships between the character s are the main focus There s a lot Kazahaya Kudo and Rikuo are roomates who live above a drug store called Green Drug Pharmacy and also work in the store Both of them have powers, Kazahaya is able to get memories from touching objects or people and Rikuo s power allows him to break objects The store owner, Kakei, sends the two on side jobs for extra cash, which are supernatural in nature.While the special assignments are a prominent part of the manga, the relationships between the character s are the main focus There s a lot of animosity between the two main characters and this leads to a lot of funny moments In this first volume we begin to get a backstory for them, giving us insight into why they act the way they do Kazahaya and Rikuo are reluctant co workers, but by the end of the volume we can being to see a slight change in their relationship that will, hopefully, develope further in the next two volumes and the continuation series

  8. says:

    Inherited this series from a friend to read and add to my existing Clamp library I didn t love it nor think it was as strong as one of Tsubaki Nekoi s other connected series Wish The supernatural one shot jobs that the protagonists are sent on were sometimes interesting and reminded me of Watanuki s errands in Xxxholic, but the BL element felt contrived, fan servicey and distracted from the plot I don t mind the BL genre but the chemistry felt forced.

  9. says:

    Clamp is loveeeeeeeeek tis connected with watanuki love the connections sweet angels, even sweeter devilssigggggh , now just add some kobato.

  10. says:

    I was a big fan of CLAMP for a long time who wasn t I picked up this series hoping for some softcore yaoi but the authors focused on actual story instead so I dropped this May revisit some day.

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