Manga: Seigi no Mikata
Seigi no Mikata ("Ally of Justice") is a Josei manga by Chiaki Hijiri.Pity poor Youko, who's spent 17 years being tormented by her demonic older sister Mariko. As our story opens, she suffers her latest humiliation when Makiko tells Youko's hot new boyfriend that she suffers diarrhea, causing him to dump her. But this is par for the course for a woman who cheerfully maces the neighbors dogs, and permanently scares off all the patients at the health clinic she's just started working at. Youko can only hope and pray that one day, Laser-Guided Karma will finally hit its biggest target.But what's this? Youko's new boyfriend was planning to dump her as soon as he got some sex? And the dogs were terrifying the neighborhood? And the clinic was operating without a license? Why does Makiko keep getting civic awards and recognition in the newspapers? Could she actually be an... ally of justice?!
- Arc Words: "My sister is a demon."
- Asshole Victim: If whoever Makiko torments doesn't end up benefiting from her behavior, they'll usually turn out to be this.
- Babies Make Everything Better: Makiko's pregnancy resolves the fight that she and Naoki had.
- Berserk Button: Do not bug Makiko when she's eating. Or, in any way, get between her and food. Especially when she's hungry.
- Big Eater: Makiko is mentioned to usually be able to eat for 10 people.
- Chain of Deals: Makiko wants to go on vacation. The whole charade begins with a new employee asking her to reserve a seat for the flower viewing and gives her a branch of cherry blossoms. On her way home, a woman asks her to lend her the branch to show to her bed-ridden relative - Sumiko gives her the branch and receives a bag full of organic vegetables. She leaves the vegetables with a colleague of hers, receiving tickets to a play for helping her colleague to get her picky kids to eat vegetables. When trying to cash the ticket in, she's approached by men who want to buy the ticket off of her for a famous woman to view the play and the woman gives her a rare, limited edition bag. Said bag later gets given to the vice president of Sumiko's company because a friend of hers wanted to buy such a bag, but it was sold out and gives Sumiko tickets and a reservation for a 10-Day Luxury Trip abroad.
- Christmas Cake: Makiko was close to this limit, getting married to Takeshi at age 24.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: Okamoto-kun's girlfriend Moriyama shapes up into this when Youko is striking up a friendship with him.
- Decoy Protagonist: The manga is from Youko's point of view, but she's not really the main character.
- Defiant to the End: Makiko refuses to bow her head to anyone, saying she'd only do it to Son Masayoshi, the richest man of Japan.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Makiko's specialty.
- Embarrassing Cover Up: Makiko does these for Youko repeatedly, even when nothing is wrong with her. Including telling her boyfriend that Youko is late cause she's taking a shit or using Youko having hemorrhoids as an excuse for having to stay at her parents' for a while.
- Embarrassing Nickname: Makiko called Youko 'Kumako' as a child and still writes the name on her notebooks. Unfortunately, this made Okamoto-kun think it really is Youko's name.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Makiko. Tiny things can bug her, leading her to use one of her (in)famous revenge tactics on someone.
- Karma Houdini: Karma appears to be actually reversed for Makiko: Her vicious pranks and acts of petty vengeance often end up as good deeds.
- Not So Different: Youko herself admits, at times, that she can be just as horrifingly evil as her sister.
- Omniscient Morality License: How Makiko acts.
- OOC Is Serious Business: Makiko being listless and not eating a ton? What's going on? It's first thought to be because of the fight she and Naoki are going through. Turns out she's pregnant.
- Sudden Name Change: The author decided on a name-change during the run of the series, resulting in Sumiko and Takeshi being changed into Makiko and Naoki.
- Vomit Discretion Shot: When the unthinkable happens and Makiko vomits from eating too much, it's thankfully not shown and is specifically mentioned to have been cut because it was a 'pitiful scene'.