Police officers Reo and Mabu are surprised when they find a baby lying on a plate in the street! They take her in as they search for her parents, but their bizarre new life keeps leading them in wild directions. Strangely, this baby–who they name Sara–seems to have supernatural powers and these two men are starting to love her as if she were their own.
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Knowing that due to time restraints they had to cut back on Reo and Mabu’s storyline, I was incredibly happy we got the manga over here to help fill in some of the blanks.
It was a nice read finding out more about Sara and actually being able to see our two boys living out thier normal lives. There was nothing groundbreaking in it but at the same time, there didnt have to be either I guess. If you like the show, it’s worth a read but if you are a big fan of Reo and Mabu, you will most probably enjoy it alot more.
Don’t come into this manga thinking it will have the hyper energy of the Sarazanmai anime. BUT that is not a bad thing. This manga is a lot more every-day-life (with some supernatural elements). I had liked that part the most of this manga, seeing Reo and Mabu without the angst. Reo and Mabu shippers, this is a must read.