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[[quoteright:225:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/45310_4662.jpg]] Kiri Haimura has an unusual fascination with cutting other people's hair. One day, he encounters a girl in a western style mansion with incredibly long hair named Iwai Mushanokouji. Kiri is of course, overjoyed over this fact and tries to cut her hair, only to find out that it can not be cut due to a inherited curse and grows at a ridiculously fast rate. It also turns out that Mushanokouji is being hunted by descendants of murderers who are trying to kill her (using cursed weapons passed down by their ancestors called "Killing Goods") so that they will get their wish granted. A little while later, Kiri learned from his grandfather that he had an ancestor who liked to dismember and cut up people with scissors called "The Severing Crime Edge", which Kiri has inherited. Now, Kiri has to protect Iwai from serial killers with these scissors. ''Dansai Bunri no Crime Edge'' (断裁分離のクライムエッジ)[[note]]''The Severing Crime Edge''[[/note]] is an ongoing seinen action manga that debuted in 2009 written by Tatsuhiko Hikagi and published by ''Monthly Comic Alive''. An anime adaptation by Creator/StudioGokumi aired as part of the Spring2013Anime season lineup. The anime [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/the-severing-crime-edge was simulcast on Crunchyroll]] and is also on [[http://theanimenetwork.com/Anime/The-Severing-Crime-Edge/Info The Anime Network]]. ---- !!Tropes found in this series * AbsurdlySharpBlade: Kiri's scissors can sever body parts, something ordinary scissors obviously can't do. * AlwaysInClassOne: Kiri starts off in middle-school class [[SecondYearProtagonist 2]]-A. Despite not going to school for years, Iwai quickly ends up in that class as well. * AncestralWeapon: The killing goods are weapons [[HereditaryCurse passed down by serial killers to their descendants]] and are supernaturally stronger than normal weapons. * BadAss: Kiri will take on a six-foot tall man with a sledgehammer, and all only with his scissors. * BlindMusician: Hitomi is a blind pianist. * BringMyBrownPants: In chapter 6/Episode 3, Iwai urinates herself in fear after an author of a sledgehammer killing good breaks in her mansion and tries to kill her. * BrownNote: Playing an entire song on the white piano [[spoiler:kills anyone who hears it, except the player. [[CriticalExistenceFailure Playing most of a song apparently has no effect]]]]. * CutenessProximity: In chapter 2, the female classmates in Kiri's class fawn over how silky and cute Iwai's hair is as soon as she finishes introducing herself to the class. * CurseEscapeClause: ** For the killing goods authors, killing the "Hair Queen". ** MoralityChain: A minor one in the form of Insteads, people who have resistance to their killing abilities that Authors can enact their Goods' unique abilities on in order to ease their desire to kill and maintain their psyche. * CurtainsMatchTheWindows: Houko has red hair and eyes. * CuteLittleFangs: Iwai displays these as one of her more endearing traits. * DeafComposer: [[spoiler:The piano tuner, Houichi is deaf (maybe he relies on digital measurements?), and functions as an Instead for the user of the lethal piano.]] * DeclarationOfProtection: Kiri is completely dedicated to protecting Iwai from being killed by other killing goods authors. * DeliberatelyMonochrome: The anime uses sepia tones for action scenes. * DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: ** In Cut/episode one after Kiri fails to cut Iwai's hair for the first time, he begins petting it while commenting that he [[{{Fetish}} 'really loves this hair']]. Iwai's reaction is purely this trope. ** Yamane's "pretend killing" of Houko involves a lot of gratuitous [[LuminescentBlush blushing]] and licking. * TheDulcineaEffect: Kiri knew Iwai for approximately 48 hours at the point he decides to defend her from the serial killers out to murder her. No, not kidnap and sacrifice her, but kill her on the spot. Whoever does manage to gets the power to break the laws of nature, and presumably have one of their wishes granted. Admittedly, it doesn't take much to want to prevent a young girl from being brutally murdered. * EvilWeapon: The killing goods give their authors urges to commit murder. * FantasticArousal: Author and Insteads tend to experience this during a fake killing. * FirstKiss: [[spoiler: Witchie steals Kiri's.]] * FreudianExcuse: Most of the Authors have one for why they're so willing to kill Iwai. Whether they're ''good'' ones or not can vary. ** Yamane was influenced by the spirit of her Goods' original author, and has been left incredibly introverted and emotionally damaged as a result. ** [[spoiler: Ruka's]] is that ''she didn't get the role of the princess in her school play''[[note]]She says that her jealous classmates made sure to vote her out of it because they didn't like how close she was to Romio, who was very popular.[[/note]], so she didn't want to ever have to feel such loneliness and humiliation ever again. ** Emily suffered an incredibly abusive childhood, apparently taken care of by some psychotic human traffickers who only kept her alive for her potential as a Goods Author. Then her adoptive father came along and became the first person to treat her kindly. So she's willing to kill Iwai for his sake. * {{Gainaxing}}: Lady Violet Witchie. * {{Hypocrite}}: Witchie makes fun of Kiri for his power to [[spoiler: amplify pain, and apparently get off on it too, when she's the one who works to create serial killers and ensure that they have kids who can become Authors in a sadistic killing game.]] * IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: All chapters/episodes are labeled as "cuts". * ImprobableWeaponUser: Some Authors have a rather unorthodox killing good but Kiri stands out for fighting with a pair of scissors. * InSeriesNickname: ** The "Hair Queen" for Iwai. ** The "Severing Crime Edge" itself (a cursed pair of scissors) is nicknamed this by Kiri and Iwai, and this soon becomes Kiri's nickname as well. ** Most authors go by a short form of their killing goods name. * IntimateHaircut: Kiri and Iwai's haircutting sessions often get rather intimate due to the former's hair fetish. * IronicName: Iwai's name means celebration. However, as she points out, she has nothing to celebrate due to her curse and the various dangers in her life. * LikeCannotCutLike: No matter how powerful the Killing Good is, it cannot destroy another killing good. * LittleMissBadass: Emily is among the youngest Authors and is very skilled with her killing good. She even manages to curb-stomp Kiri twice. * LuminescentBlush: ** Kiri has this expression on his face whenever he gets "excited" about cutting Iwai's hair. ** Iwai blushes often due to being easily flustered and shy. * MagicHair: Due to the curse, Iwai's grows extremely fast and can not be cut with anything except Kiri's titular scissors. * MeaningfulName: ** Kiri means cut, which is his main offensive tactic. ** Byouin of Byouinzaka means hospital, which befits the sisters medical background and Yamane's syringe. ** Yamane's name means sick or diseased child and she's emotionally stunted and has some mental issues. ** Seigi Nakajima's given name means justice, indicating his warped view of justice and his vigilante nature. * MusicalAssassin: Hitomi's piano is a Killing Good. * NamedWeapons: All killing goods have a rather long name that describes what they do such as Kiri's scissors (The crime edge of cutting and severing) and Yamane's needle (Injection of Coma Death). * OlderThanTheyLook: Iwai, (due to her height) looks like an elementary schooler but is actually a middle schooler. * ParentalAbandonment: Iwai's father was murdered by a killing goods author and her mother abandoned her. This is the reason why she lives in the mansion alone. * PolarOppositeTwins: Yamane and Houko Byouinzaka. Yamane is the more introverted and quieter younger twin. While Houko is the agressive and more extraverted older twin sister. * RapunzelHair: A {{deconstruction}}. Iwai had her hair cursed. It cannot be cut by any means. That leads her to quit schooling, and well, the inconveniences of having hair '''that long'''. Fortunately, Kiri's scissors is a cursed "Killing Goods" and [[ImportantHaircut cut Iwai's hair really short]] at the end of the first chapter, but her hair grows back to its original length in a span of a night. Episode 3 shows it grows right after midnight. * SacredFirstKiss: The witch steals Kiri's. -->'''Witch''': Oh my, you're so flustered. Is not your first is it? -->'''Kiri'''(After she leaves): Of course it was my first. * SelfMadeOrphan: Yamane killed her and Houko's parents due to being influenced by the spirit of her killing goods' original author. Houko decided to take the blame for it so Yamane wouldn't be burdened with guilt. * ShipTease: The scene in chapter 21 where Yamane gives Kiri a much-needed blood donation is rather... ''suggestive'' to say the least. * SneezeCut: In chapter 10, when some of Kiri's classmates wonder if Kiri tried to confess to the class president, Kashiko, the scene changes to Kashiko sneezing. * SpitTake: In chapter 24, Iwai spit-takes when Emily asks if she and Kiri are in a relationship. * SuperBreedingProgram: Gossips pairs authors together to "mate" in order to create a powerful Order-Made authors. The children who are too weak for Gossip's purposes are disposed of. * TearsOfJoy: In the first chapter, Iwai cries these due to being happy when Kiri manages to cut her hair with his scissors. * ThirdPersonPerson: LittleMissBadass Emily speaks this way. * ThereWasADoor: In chapter 6/Episode 3, an author of a killing good in form of a sledgehammer uses it to break through the walls of Iwai's mansion in order to murder her. * {{Tykebomb}}: Order-Mades. Gossip apparently goes through the trouble of [[spoiler: ''creating'' serial killers by driving people insane with drugs and the like, and then arranges for them to "mate" in order to ensure they reproduce. The kids who don't become authors are tossed out, as well as the weaker Authors.]] The select few to be chosen by Gossip are the most powerful Authors. * UnbreakableWeapons: Killing goods are invulnerable to damage and can not be destroyed even by other killing goods. * UnstoppableForceMeetsImmovableObject: Apparently the reason why the Crime Edge--an indestructible sharp thing--can cut Iwai's otherwise unseverable hair. * WhenTheClockStrikesTwelve: Iwai's hair grows several feet in a matter of seconds at the stroke of midnight. * YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Emily has light blue hair. ----
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[[quoteright:225:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/45310_4662.jpg]] Kiri Haimura has an unusual fascination with cutting other people's hair. One day, he encounters a girl in a western style mansion with incredibly long hair named Iwai Mushanokouji. Kiri is of course, overjoyed over this fact and tries to cut her hair, only to find out that it can not be cut due to a inherited curse and grows at a ridiculously fast rate. It also turns out that Mushanokouji is being hunted by descendants of murderers who are trying to kill her (using cursed weapons passed down by their ancestors called "Killing Goods") so that they will get their wish granted. A little while later, Kiri learned from his grandfather that he had an ancestor who liked to dismember and cut up people with scissors called "The Severing Crime Edge", which Kiri has inherited. Now, Kiri has to protect Iwai from serial killers with these scissors. ''Dansai Bunri no Crime Edge'' (断裁分離のクライムエッジ)[[note]]''The Severing Crime Edge''[[/note]] is an ongoing seinen action manga that debuted in 2009 written by Tatsuhiko Hikagi and published by ''Monthly Comic Alive''. An anime adaptation by Creator/StudioGokumi aired as part of the Spring2013Anime season lineup. The anime [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/the-severing-crime-edge was simulcast on Crunchyroll]] and is also on [[http://theanimenetwork.com/Anime/The-Severing-Crime-Edge/Info The Anime Network]]. ---- !!Tropes found in this series * AbsurdlySharpBlade: Kiri's scissors can sever body parts, something ordinary scissors obviously can't do. * AlwaysInClassOne: Kiri starts off in middle-school class [[SecondYearProtagonist 2]]-A. Despite not going to school for years, Iwai quickly ends up in that class as well. * AncestralWeapon: The killing goods are weapons [[HereditaryCurse passed down by serial killers to their descendants]] and are supernaturally stronger than normal weapons. * BadAss: Kiri will take on a six-foot tall man with a sledgehammer, and all only with his scissors. * BlindMusician: Hitomi is a blind pianist. * BringMyBrownPants: In chapter 6/Episode 3, Iwai urinates herself in fear after an author of a sledgehammer killing good breaks in her mansion and tries to kill her. * BrownNote: Playing an entire song on the white piano [[spoiler:kills anyone who hears it, except the player. [[CriticalExistenceFailure Playing most of a song apparently has no effect]]]]. * CutenessProximity: In chapter 2, the female classmates in Kiri's class fawn over how silky and cute Iwai's hair is as soon as she finishes introducing herself to the class. * CurseEscapeClause: ** For the killing goods authors, killing the "Hair Queen". ** MoralityChain: A minor one in the form of Insteads, people who have resistance to their killing abilities that Authors can enact their Goods' unique abilities on in order to ease their desire to kill and maintain their psyche. * CurtainsMatchTheWindows: Houko has red hair and eyes. * CuteLittleFangs: Iwai displays these as one of her more endearing traits. * DeafComposer: [[spoiler:The piano tuner, Houichi is deaf (maybe he relies on digital measurements?), and functions as an Instead for the user of the lethal piano.]] * DeclarationOfProtection: Kiri is completely dedicated to protecting Iwai from being killed by other killing goods authors. * DeliberatelyMonochrome: The anime uses sepia tones for action scenes. * DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: ** In Cut/episode one after Kiri fails to cut Iwai's hair for the first time, he begins petting it while commenting that he [[{{Fetish}} 'really loves this hair']]. Iwai's reaction is purely this trope. ** Yamane's "pretend killing" of Houko involves a lot of gratuitous [[LuminescentBlush blushing]] and licking. * TheDulcineaEffect: Kiri knew Iwai for approximately 48 hours at the point he decides to defend her from the serial killers out to murder her. No, not kidnap and sacrifice her, but kill her on the spot. Whoever does manage to gets the power to break the laws of nature, and presumably have one of their wishes granted. Admittedly, it doesn't take much to want to prevent a young girl from being brutally murdered. * EvilWeapon: The killing goods give their authors urges to commit murder. * FantasticArousal: Author and Insteads tend to experience this during a fake killing. * FirstKiss: [[spoiler: Witchie steals Kiri's.]] * FreudianExcuse: Most of the Authors have one for why they're so willing to kill Iwai. Whether they're ''good'' ones or not can vary. ** Yamane was influenced by the spirit of her Goods' original author, and has been left incredibly introverted and emotionally damaged as a result. ** [[spoiler: Ruka's]] is that ''she didn't get the role of the princess in her school play''[[note]]She says that her jealous classmates made sure to vote her out of it because they didn't like how close she was to Romio, who was very popular.[[/note]], so she didn't want to ever have to feel such loneliness and humiliation ever again. ** Emily suffered an incredibly abusive childhood, apparently taken care of by some psychotic human traffickers who only kept her alive for her potential as a Goods Author. Then her adoptive father came along and became the first person to treat her kindly. So she's willing to kill Iwai for his sake. * {{Gainaxing}}: Lady Violet Witchie. * {{Hypocrite}}: Witchie makes fun of Kiri for his power to [[spoiler: amplify pain, and apparently get off on it too, when she's the one who works to create serial killers and ensure that they have kids who can become Authors in a sadistic killing game.]] * IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: All chapters/episodes are labeled as "cuts". * ImprobableWeaponUser: Some Authors have a rather unorthodox killing good but Kiri stands out for fighting with a pair of scissors. * InSeriesNickname: ** The "Hair Queen" for Iwai. ** The "Severing Crime Edge" itself (a cursed pair of scissors) is nicknamed this by Kiri and Iwai, and this soon becomes Kiri's nickname as well. ** Most authors go by a short form of their killing goods name. * IntimateHaircut: Kiri and Iwai's haircutting sessions often get rather intimate due to the former's hair fetish. * IronicName: Iwai's name means celebration. However, as she points out, she has nothing to celebrate due to her curse and the various dangers in her life. * LikeCannotCutLike: No matter how powerful the Killing Good is, it cannot destroy another killing good. * LittleMissBadass: Emily is among the youngest Authors and is very skilled with her killing good. She even manages to curb-stomp Kiri twice. * LuminescentBlush: ** Kiri has this expression on his face whenever he gets "excited" about cutting Iwai's hair. ** Iwai blushes often due to being easily flustered and shy. * MagicHair: Due to the curse, Iwai's grows extremely fast and can not be cut with anything except Kiri's titular scissors. * MeaningfulName: ** Kiri means cut, which is his main offensive tactic. ** Byouin of Byouinzaka means hospital, which befits the sisters medical background and Yamane's syringe. ** Yamane's name means sick or diseased child and she's emotionally stunted and has some mental issues. ** Seigi Nakajima's given name means justice, indicating his warped view of justice and his vigilante nature. * MusicalAssassin: Hitomi's piano is a Killing Good. * NamedWeapons: All killing goods have a rather long name that describes what they do such as Kiri's scissors (The crime edge of cutting and severing) and Yamane's needle (Injection of Coma Death). * OlderThanTheyLook: Iwai, (due to her height) looks like an elementary schooler but is actually a middle schooler. * ParentalAbandonment: Iwai's father was murdered by a killing goods author and her mother abandoned her. This is the reason why she lives in the mansion alone. * PolarOppositeTwins: Yamane and Houko Byouinzaka. Yamane is the more introverted and quieter younger twin. While Houko is the agressive and more extraverted older twin sister. * RapunzelHair: A {{deconstruction}}. Iwai had her hair cursed. It cannot be cut by any means. That leads her to quit schooling, and well, the inconveniences of having hair '''that long'''. Fortunately, Kiri's scissors is a cursed "Killing Goods" and [[ImportantHaircut cut Iwai's hair really short]] at the end of the first chapter, but her hair grows back to its original length in a span of a night. Episode 3 shows it grows right after midnight. * SacredFirstKiss: The witch steals Kiri's. -->'''Witch''': Oh my, you're so flustered. Is not your first is it? -->'''Kiri'''(After she leaves): Of course it was my first. * SelfMadeOrphan: Yamane killed her and Houko's parents due to being influenced by the spirit of her killing goods' original author. Houko decided to take the blame for it so Yamane wouldn't be burdened with guilt. * ShipTease: The scene in chapter 21 where Yamane gives Kiri a much-needed blood donation is rather... ''suggestive'' to say the least. * SneezeCut: In chapter 10, when some of Kiri's classmates wonder if Kiri tried to confess to the class president, Kashiko, the scene changes to Kashiko sneezing. * SpitTake: In chapter 24, Iwai spit-takes when Emily asks if she and Kiri are in a relationship. * SuperBreedingProgram: Gossips pairs authors together to "mate" in order to create a powerful Order-Made authors. The children who are too weak for Gossip's purposes are disposed of. * TearsOfJoy: In the first chapter, Iwai cries these due to being happy when Kiri manages to cut her hair with his scissors. * ThirdPersonPerson: LittleMissBadass Emily speaks this way. * ThereWasADoor: In chapter 6/Episode 3, an author of a killing good in form of a sledgehammer uses it to break through the walls of Iwai's mansion in order to murder her. * {{Tykebomb}}: Order-Mades. Gossip apparently goes through the trouble of [[spoiler: ''creating'' serial killers by driving people insane with drugs and the like, and then arranges for them to "mate" in order to ensure they reproduce. The kids who don't become authors are tossed out, as well as the weaker Authors.]] The select few to be chosen by Gossip are the most powerful Authors. * UnbreakableWeapons: Killing goods are invulnerable to damage and can not be destroyed even by other killing goods. * UnstoppableForceMeetsImmovableObject: Apparently the reason why the Crime Edge--an indestructible sharp thing--can cut Iwai's otherwise unseverable hair. * WhenTheClockStrikesTwelve: Iwai's hair grows several feet in a matter of seconds at the stroke of midnight. * YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Emily has light blue hair. ----[[redirect:Manga/TheSeveringCrimeEdge]]
18th Nov '13 1:56:13 AM WitchHunterRobin
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The yoon of shi+ya is written as "sha".
Kiri Haimura has an unusual fascination with cutting other people's hair. One day, he encounters a girl in a western style mansion with incredibly long hair named Iwai Mushiyanokouji. Kiri is of course, overjoyed over this fact and tries to cut her hair, only to find out that it can not be cut due to a inherited curse and grows at a ridiculously fast rate. It also turns out that Mushiyanokouji is being hunted by descendants of murderers who are trying to kill her (using cursed weapons passed down by their ancestors called "Killing Goods") so that they will get their wish granted. A little while later, Kiri learned from his grandfather that he had an ancestor who liked to dismember and cut up people with scissors called "The Severing Crime Edge", which Kiri has inherited. Now, Kiri has to protect Iwai from serial killers with these scissors.
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Kiri Haimura has an unusual fascination with cutting other people's hair. One day, he encounters a girl in a western style mansion with incredibly long hair named Iwai Mushiyanokouji.Mushanokouji. Kiri is of course, overjoyed over this fact and tries to cut her hair, only to find out that it can not be cut due to a inherited curse and grows at a ridiculously fast rate. It also turns out that Mushiyanokouji Mushanokouji is being hunted by descendants of murderers who are trying to kill her (using cursed weapons passed down by their ancestors called "Killing Goods") so that they will get their wish granted. A little while later, Kiri learned from his grandfather that he had an ancestor who liked to dismember and cut up people with scissors called "The Severing Crime Edge", which Kiri has inherited. Now, Kiri has to protect Iwai from serial killers with these scissors.
18th Nov '13 1:48:51 AM WitchHunterRobin
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* {{Gainaxing}}: Lady Violet Witchie.
20th Oct '13 2:27:22 AM WitchHunterRobin
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Typos and TAN.
[[http://www.crunchyroll.com/the-severing-crime-edge Its anime is being simulcast on Crunchyroll.]]
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The anime [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/the-severing-crime-edge Its anime is being was simulcast on Crunchyroll.]]Crunchyroll]] and is also on [[http://theanimenetwork.com/Anime/The-Severing-Crime-Edge/Info The Anime Network]].

* AlwaysInClassOne: Kiri starts off in class [[SecondYearProtagonist 2]]-A. Despite not going to school for years, Iwai quickly ends up in that class as well.
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* AlwaysInClassOne: Kiri starts off in middle-school class [[SecondYearProtagonist 2]]-A. Despite not going to school for years, Iwai quickly ends up in that class as well.

* LittleMissBadass: Emily is among the youngest Authors and is very skilled with her killing good. She even manages to curb-stop Kiri twice.
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* LittleMissBadass: Emily is among the youngest Authors and is very skilled with her killing good. She even manages to curb-stop curb-stomp Kiri twice.
5th Oct '13 5:55:32 PM JIKTV
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* DeliberateMonochrome: The anime uses sepia tones for action scenes.
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* DeliberateMonochrome: DeliberatelyMonochrome: The anime uses sepia tones for action scenes.
13th Aug '13 9:35:28 AM MacronNotes
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* SuperBreedingProgram: Gossips pairs authors together to "mate" in order to create a powerful Order-Made authors. The children who are too weak for Gossip's purposes are disposed of.
13th Aug '13 6:02:11 AM MacronNotes
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* AbsurdlySharpBlade: Kiri's scissors can sever body parts: something ordinary scissors obviously can't do.
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* AbsurdlySharpBlade: Kiri's scissors can sever body parts: parts, something ordinary scissors obviously can't do.
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