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-->''Beautiful. Deadly. Classified.''

A prequel to [[OELManga English-language manga]] ''Manga/AmazingAgentLuna''. Follows the early career of Jennifer Kajiwara, as she enrolls in college and is recruited by a government agency. Published in two volumes, it was also released as a webcomic.

It can be found [[http://www.amazingagentjennifer.com/ here]].

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!!This webcomic provides examples of:

* AbusiveParents: Of the jerkass variety. Benjiro openly calls Jennifer a disgrace after she leaves them for good. Jennifer's mother isn't much better either. The first thing she does when the family starts falling apart is blame Jennifer for it, when it's more than clear that it was Benjiro's excessive strictness that drove Jennifer away. And in their appearance in [[Manga/AmazingAgentLuna AAL]], they're apparently acting like nothing has happened, and even trying to guilt trip Jennifer for leaving them.
* TheAce: Jennifer. Any hobby or activity that she decided to take up, she pursued till she was one of the best in the field. For example, [[spoiler:she made the US Olympic swim team, and only backed out because her father objected to it being a distraction from what he wanted her to do]].
* AnyoneCanDie: Three characters are safe because [[SavedByCanon this is a prequel and we see them again in AAL]]. Everyone else is in dire danger.
* BlandNameProduct: Hoogen-Dash ice cream.
* BloodKnight: Agent D can get a little...excited during fights.
* CallForward:
** [[http://www.amazingagentjennifer.com/strips-aaj/surveillance_6 This scene]], referencing Jennifer's motherly role in AAL.
** "[[http://www.amazingagentjennifer.com/strips-aaj/master_control_3 Dammit]], Trainee K, I'm unimportant!" Like mentor, like pupil...
* CodeName: Agents are expected to only know each other's code letters and not use real names. At the end, Jennifer suggests that the Agency get rid of this rule [[spoiler: to prevent another rogue like Master Control from creating his own splinter agency]], and by AAL, the ''only'' one to use a code name is Jennifer (Control) herself.
* DarkerAndEdgier: Compared to ''Amazing Agent Luna''. In contrast to Luna's high school escapades, Jennifer's story is far more serious.
* ExactWords:
** "Were you able to drop your classes?" "Yes, Father." But Jennifer didn't mention which classes she'd dropped...
** When Jennifer talks to Kim about [[spoiler: Dan's death]], she doesn't lie, but she doesn't spill any secrets either. She doesn't ''have'' to, since Kim's already written her own version of the story in her head, and what Jennifer does say fits right into that.
* FaceHeelTurn:[[spoiler:Agent Elyse Douglas was assigned to get close to the count's younger son as a lover. When the count was killed and his older son found to be responsible, Elyse got engaged to the younger one, and later helps his soldiers track down her former teammates]].
* FantasyForbiddingFather: Jennifer's father, who considered anything that distracted her from taking over the family business, including any extracurricular activities to be 'fantasy'.
* GambitPileup: During the mission to Bruckenstein, ''everyone'' except Jennifer herself is involved in something.
* GenkiGirl: Kim, Jennifer's university roommate.
* TheGlassesGottaGo: [[http://www.amazingagentjennifer.com/strips-aaj/retail_therapy_3 Averted]]
* TheHandler: The job of a Control agent, most particularly Master Control.
* {{Homage}}: The [[http://cdn.amazingagentjennifer.com/aaj_extras/aajextra04.jpg Volume 2 cover]] directly homages the iconic cover of DaysOfFuturePast.
* HoneyTrap: When infiltrating Bruckenstein, Agent D is instructed to "get close" to the Count's younger son Heinrich. She's to do "whatever it takes."
* HonorBeforeReason: Jennifer and Master Control are trying to escape and Agent L is covering their escape. Instead of taking that opportunity to escape unnoticed, Jennifer fights Agent L to have him answer for treason...which drags on their escape long enough for Agent D to catch up with them...[[spoiler: and Agent L ends up dying taking a bullet for Jennifer.]]
* HotLibrarian: Invoked with Kim, who decides Jennifer can pull of the stern and attractive look.
* KickTheDog:
** Jennifer, you're not supposed to say to a dying man who just took a bullet for you and whose last (attempted) words were that [[spoiler: he loves you, that he doesn't love you and that he doesn't even deserve to say it]].
** Jennifer's parents' treatment of her for choosing a path in life other than that of their family business is this to serious levels, and reaches its worst in the "Coming Home" arc.
* LoveMakesYouCrazy: Vol 2, Crazy enough to [[spoiler:take a freelance wetwork job against a head of state. [[FaceHeelTurn And then there is Agent D]]]]. No wonder Jennifer froze over even more before AAL.
* TheMakeover: After Jennifer shows up at her door, Kim wheels her around town, buying her new clothes, makeup, [[TheGlassesGottaGo taking off her glasses]]...before [[SubvertedTrope deciding she looks better with glasses after all]]. Which gives her a new idea, and they re-do the makeover with a HotLibrarian in mind. Jennifer comes out looking like a HotScientist instead, but they both agree that works too.
* MasterApprenticeChain: The beginning of one is shown. Master Control is in charge of teaching Jennifer, who will go on to create, raise and train Luna.
* MsFanservice: Jennifer starts out averting this, and at one point [[DefiedTrope defies]] it; her outfits are much less racy than the ones she wears in ''Amazing Agent Luna''. However, we eventually get to see her transformation, courtesy of Kim, into the HotScientist from ''Luna''.
* NeverBeHurtAgain: This is why [[spoiler: Jennifer]] is such a hardcase in AAL. [[spoiler: She is betrayed by almost everyone in her life; first her parents, then the boy she loves, and finally her mentor and father figure. It gets so bad that she pushes away Kim, the one friend she has left, because she can't take the chance of trusting her and being betrayed again]].
* PluckyComicRelief: Kim, who is the one comedic character in an otherwise serious manga.
* RogueAgent: Every agent in this series goes rogue at some point, and the main plot is a collision of two renegade operations [[spoiler: controlled by ''the same agent'']].
* SecretTestOfCharacter: [[spoiler: The final training exam is an unannounced invasion of the Agency by "terrorists" who "incapacitate the active agents," which determines whether the young trainees have the courage and resolve needed to become agents themselves.]] Only two trainees pass.
* TenMinuteRetirement: Jennifer bails on the Agency after coming to the conclusion that [[spoiler: they ordered the hit on the Count von Bruckenstein. She returns when she figures out that, while they let it happen, they weren't actually involved in the Count's murder.]]
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler: Master Control is trying to break away from the Agency and go independent with his star pupils so they can have a life of their own and be together.]]
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