History Manga / Spiral

5th Apr '18 9:33:38 AM rjd1922
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''Spiral: Suiri no Kizuna'' (Bonds of Reasoning) is the story of this mystery, into which Narumi Ayumu is drawn after an apparently attempted suicide at his school. The girl involved was a member of this mysterious group, a group that Ayumu's older brother, Kiyotaka, was investigating at the time of his disappearance two years earlier. So, against the wishes of Narumi Madoka (Kiyotaka's wife, and current detective), Ayumu begins his own investigation, assisted by the school's lone member of the newspaper club, Yuizaki Hiyono.

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''Spiral: Suiri no Kizuna'' (Bonds (The Bonds of Reasoning) is the story of this mystery, into which Narumi Ayumu is drawn after an apparently attempted suicide at his school. The girl involved was a member of this mysterious group, a group that Ayumu's older brother, Kiyotaka, was investigating at the time of his disappearance two years earlier. So, against the wishes of Narumi Madoka (Kiyotaka's wife, and current detective), Ayumu begins his own investigation, assisted by the school's lone member of the newspaper club, Yuizaki Hiyono.
18th Jun '16 12:06:52 AM gewunomox
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* TheLonelyPiano

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16th Jun '16 7:56:06 PM Gamermaster
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16th Jun '16 7:55:21 PM Gamermaster
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''''Spiral'' is not to be confused with the manga ''Manga/{{Uzumaki}}'', which means "spiral", or the ''[[Literature/TheRing Ring]]'' sequel ''Rasen'', which ALSO means "spiral". [[RunningGag While we're at it]], don't confuse the two with certain terms from ''Manga{{Naruto}}'', or with [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Spiral Energy]], or even ''WesternAnimation/SpiralZone'', heaven forbid. If you're looking for the French police procedural known in English-speaking markets as ''Spiral'', see ''Series/{{Engrenages}}''.''

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''''Spiral'' is not to be confused with the manga ''Manga/{{Uzumaki}}'', which means "spiral", or the ''[[Literature/TheRing Ring]]'' sequel ''Rasen'', which ALSO means "spiral". [[RunningGag While we're at it]], don't confuse the two with certain terms from ''Manga{{Naruto}}'', ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', or with [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Spiral Energy]], or even ''WesternAnimation/SpiralZone'', heaven forbid. If you're looking for the French police procedural known in English-speaking markets as ''Spiral'', see ''Series/{{Engrenages}}''.''
24th Jan '16 10:35:00 AM aye_amber
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22nd Jul '15 6:48:58 AM Willbyr
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''What are the Blade Children?''

''''Spiral'' is not to be confused with the manga ''Manga/{{Uzumaki}}'', which means "spiral", or the ''[[TheRing Ring]]'' sequel ''Rasen'', which ALSO means "spiral". [[RunningGag While we're at it]], don't confuse the two with certain terms from ''{{Naruto}}'', or with [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann Spiral Energy]], or even ''WesternAnimation/SpiralZone'', heaven forbid. If you're looking for the French police procedural known in English-speaking markets as ''Spiral'', see ''Series/{{Engrenages}}''.''

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''''Spiral'' is not to be confused with the manga ''Manga/{{Uzumaki}}'', which means "spiral", or the ''[[TheRing ''[[Literature/TheRing Ring]]'' sequel ''Rasen'', which ALSO means "spiral". [[RunningGag While we're at it]], don't confuse the two with certain terms from ''{{Naruto}}'', ''Manga{{Naruto}}'', or with [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Spiral Energy]], or even ''WesternAnimation/SpiralZone'', heaven forbid. If you're looking for the French police procedural known in English-speaking markets as ''Spiral'', see ''Series/{{Engrenages}}''.''



The manga was followed up by the [[{{Prequel}} prequel]], ''Spiral: Alive'', starring three new characters: GenkiGirl Sekiguchi Imari, reluctant serial killer Amanae Yukine, and Sawamura Shirou, a boy who wants to be a detective just like Kiyotaka. Oh, and they're also in a LoveTriangle. (Insert MurderTheHypotenuse joke here.) While these three are the central characters, old favorites such as Ryoko, Rio and Kousuke are still central to the plot, and most others have at least made cameos.

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The manga was followed up by the [[{{Prequel}} prequel]], {{Prequel}} ''Spiral: Alive'', starring three new characters: GenkiGirl Sekiguchi Imari, reluctant serial killer Amanae Yukine, and Sawamura Shirou, a boy who wants to be a detective just like Kiyotaka. Oh, and they're also in a LoveTriangle. (Insert MurderTheHypotenuse joke here.) While these three are the central characters, old favorites such as Ryoko, Rio and Kousuke are still central to the plot, and most others have at least made cameos.



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2nd Mar '15 1:49:30 PM universalperson
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** Hiyono is about to say the name of Kanone's father when he interrupts her.[note]] However, it was LostInTranslation and turned into a generic cry of pain by Yen Press.[/note]] [[spoiler: And then there's the fact she knows that name at all. No, it's not just her insane info-collecting skills.]]

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** Hiyono is about to say the name of Kanone's father when he interrupts her.[note]] However, it was LostInTranslation and turned into a generic cry of pain by Yen Press.Creator/YenPress.[/note]] [[spoiler: And then there's the fact she knows that name at all. No, it's not just her insane info-collecting skills.]]
11th Nov '14 6:19:06 PM spirasen
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* InvisibleToNormals: no huge explosions, but the Blade Children and Hunters are not common knowledge, and their activities are covered up regularly.

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* InvisibleToNormals: no No huge explosions, but the Blade Children and Hunters are not common knowledge, and their activities are covered up regularly.
11th Nov '14 6:14:24 PM spirasen
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* InactionSequence: more of an ending alteration

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* InactionSequence: more More of an ending alterationalteration.
11th Nov '14 5:53:15 PM spirasen
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* BlindWithoutEm: the cause of the attempted murder, or [[spoiler:in the manga, the cause of an actual murder]].

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* BlindWithoutEm: the The cause of the attempted murder, or [[spoiler:in the manga, the cause of an actual murder]].
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