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Can a mysterious DAISY protect her?After orphan Teru Kurebayashi loses her beloved older brother, she finds solace in the messages she exchanges with DAISY, an enigmatic figure who can only be reached through the cell phone her brother left her. Meanwhile, mysterious Tasuku Kurosaki always seems to be around whenever Teru needs help… Could DAISY be a lot closer than Teru tCan a mysterious DAISY protect her?After orphan Teru Kurebayashi loses her beloved older brother, she finds solace in the messages she exchanges with DAISY, an enigmatic figure who can only be reached through the cell phone her brother left her. Meanwhile, mysterious Tasuku Kurosaki always seems to be around whenever Teru needs help… Could DAISY be a lot closer than Teru thinks?Teru and her friends sneak aboard a yacht in order to save Rena and foil Morizono’s plan to sell the new “Jack Frost” virus. The rescue mission turns out to be more than anyone bargained for, however, when Kurosaki runs into a man who makes his blood turn cold…Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for teen plus audiences....

Title : Dengeki Daisy, Vol. 12
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ISBN : 9781421552422
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 192 Pages
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Dengeki Daisy, Vol. 12 Reviews

  • Marija *Who Cares If One More Light Goes Out? Well, I Do*
    2019-01-17 12:08

    They still haven't kissed....

  • Salymar
    2019-01-16 11:11

    This book belonged to the best shoujo manga ever! Actually, there are lots of factors that bring out it's awesome-ness, (1)With its strong heroine, (2)conflicted hero, and (3)story -- OF COURSE that does both humor and emotion well, it is still most definitely a series worth reading.UPDATE:I STOPPED READING THE SERIES -_-

  • Paula
    2018-12-28 17:53

    Por qué tenían que interrumpirlos justo cuando se iban a besar!!?!?!?!!!?!????????? >.<

  • Jillian
    2019-01-01 14:00

    I took a break from this series for a few months to avoid burnout, but now it's time to come back for the final stretch!I still adore this series. The age difference is still a little weird to me now as someone in her mid-twenties, as opposed to when I first found the series online (before it was licensed here), when I was in my late teens, I guess, and didn't really think much of it.Regardless, Kurosaki behaves himself, and the way he cherishes Teru is just really pure and beautiful. The way friendships, romantic love, and other relationships are portrayed in this series remains one of its greatest strengths. The main cast of characters have all grown and continue to grow into really great people, while the villains grow ever more interesting and complex.This volume had some of the usual goofiness, but there was more action than usual, as our heroes underwent a rescue mission with a side of subterfuge. We saw more of Kurosaki's past in the last few volumes, but this time, we see that not all of it has stayed in the past.I was feeling like this series was going on too long before, and I still feel that it could have been wrapped up much sooner, but I'm enjoying every volume regardless.

  • Nek0 Neha (BiblioNyan)
    2019-01-14 15:55

    While there is a lot of character growth that's occurred within the last 12 volumes of the series, I can't help but feel that the plot is slowing down. I'm starting to remember why I stopped reading this series a couple of years ago. Everything seems to be stretched out a little too much to my tastes, meaning that's taking far longer than necessary to complete. The new added elements for suspense (and perhaps to prolong the series a bit more) feel forced and really detracts from all of the charm that I initially felt when I began Dengeki Daisy, Vol. 01.I will finish the series this time around though. There are only 4 more volumes left, and while I'm starting to feel bored and slightly frustrated, I really do want to see what happens with everyone at the end of it all.

  • Hachton
    2019-01-14 18:45

    It was really funny how they trick the stupid rich evil guy int o looking stupid in front of everyone.

  • Shama ❤️
    2018-12-22 18:00

    WHEN are they gonna be official? lol

  • Der
    2019-01-07 17:10

    Loved it!There are more mystery to be solved and I can't wait until everything settles down!

  • Rasha | رشا
    2018-12-31 13:46

    من 55 الى 59من بداية دخول الشخصيات الجديدة في القصة وأنا أحس ان الكاتبة تحملها ما لا تطيق

  • Amanda Setasha Hall
    2018-12-30 17:53

    This one is really good. The plot is thickening and really building up. It keeps your attention well and keeps you wanting to know more.

  • Summer
    2018-12-23 11:54

    4 Stars, Completed May 27, 2017(Full manga series review can be found under Volume 1.)

  • Judy (Geeky Reading)
    2019-01-19 13:04

    ~4/5This volume ended one battle, only for a new/old enemy to show up instead. So, the conclusion to Rena’s kidnap and engagement came. It was very exciting, and very well done, as well. I was expecting it to be, but it was still nicely done and thought out. Teru, in particular, had a very nice part in it.The group gets home, and they celebrate, rejoicing a job well done and all that. Then we meet Kuwagata, also known as Antler, among other names. He’s the one who manipulated Kurosaki into giving over the Jack Frost virus all those years ago, and now he’s back, planning, manipulating, scaring Kurosaki. Kurosaki is freaked out, and trying very hard not to show it, and he does that much better after he has a very sweet, hugging moment with Teru that was just fantastic.Then the next big hacker problem seems to be finding out M’s Last Testament, which is apparently deeply coded in a chip that Antler sneakily gave Teru. I’m not really sure what the Testament is supposed to be, but it’s big, and has everyone on the edge. Antler tells them some stuff, goading them into doing what he wants, as well as trying to get them pissed off and paranoid about each other. During that, too, I was unsure. I didn’t think it was right, as it was such a surprise to even think about, and I was wondering if the author was really throwing in such a huge curveball. I shouldn’t have been taken so easily, though.Oh, also, Akira is apparently sick. Kurosaki finds this out by chance, and even helps a little for some reason. It seems like the Enemies don’t have a whole lot of more use for Akira, and Akira knows this, as he disappears from their place of business as Chiharu goes to give him medicine. I’m not really sure what’s going to happen with him, as I’m thinking maybe he’ll join Teru and the others, but that would be a little weird, considering what he’s done. I’m intrigued, though.Overall, I’m looking forward to whatever happens next. I’m not sure what it’s going to be, but it’ll be drama, and I hope there’ll be more sweet moments between Kurosaki and Teru, and I’m excited for it.This review is also available on my blog.

  • S.Q. Eries
    2019-01-20 16:49

    In SummaryLove and Friendship: Operation Rescue Rena! Teru and friends launch a multipronged attack to take down Morizono’s Neo Jack Frost. The plan goes off without a hitch – until a new villain rears its head. Motomi-sensei sets the stage for a new, more dangerous challenge with the appearance of Antler and the key to M’s Last Testament!The ReviewThis being a romance between an impoverished high school student and the school custodian, Motomi-sensei doesn’t have much occasion to draw our main couple in formal attire. So part of me thinks she cooked up this particular arc so she could show Teru and Kurosaki all dressed up. Actually, several characters get that opportunity although others wind up in server uniforms for “Love and Friendship: Operation Rescue Rena.” The story takes on an action spy flavor as Teru and company foil bad guy Morizono’s Neo Jack Frost plot. Motomi-sensei throws in several comic elements such as Teru’s shock-tenna, and as stupid as Morizono is, everything goes exactly according to their plan. That is, until our newest bad guy takes the stage.The appearance of Antler took me completely by surprise and causes a large shift in the villain roster. Morizono pretty much drops from the lineup, which isn’t surprising considering he was just a rich dumb bully. Akira, on the other hand, is starting to look more like a pathetic victim rather than evil personified. That role gets passed over to Antler, a shadowy figure involved with the original Jack Frost virus.And he takes on that mantle fairly strongly. Morizono might have had Neo Jack Frost, but Antler claims to have the key to M’s Last Testament. It’s enough to throw not only Kurosaki but Riko, Ando, and Boss into turmoil. And interestingly, Antler’s got a hold on Chiharu and Akira as well. As connected as he is with so many characters, he looks like he’s really going to shake up the story.

  • Mello ❣ Illium ✮Harry✮ ☀Myrnin☀ Torin Ichimaru
    2019-01-05 14:46

    My Thoughts:In this volume, we get our super awesome rescue of Rena. Teru and her friends all work so hard to find out whatever they can that will lead them to Rena's whereabouts. They even manage to get Rena's parents on board. It was dangerous, but they did it. But in the process, their real enemy makes himself known and it really shakes Tasuku up. I was glad that he didn't try to hold all of that in for too long. When Teru asks him about it, he tells her. And after being able to talk to Teru about it, he confides in the others as well. I'm just really glad that they aren't all trying to do the go it alone route. There's a lot of emphasis on teamwork in this series and it can get sappy at times, but I love it.Things really get ramped up when Antler gives the group a call not long after Teru finds the mini SD card he slipped into her hairpin when she had lost it during Rena's rescue. That guy is manipulative and I very much dislike him. I can't wait until Teru and the others put him in his place. It seems that Antler is the one Chiharu and Akira are working for. I didn't get the impression that Antler gives a damn about Akira at all, though. He seems to just be using him for his brain and a source of entertainment. Things are about to get a little more dangerous now, though. Akira knows who Antler gave the key to decoding the encryption that will lead to finding M's Last Testament and we all know how crazy that dude is. Watch your back, Teru!

  • Dani - Perspective of a Writer
    2018-12-27 18:51

    4.5 Stars.The drawing was actually 5+ stars, so many beautiful and moving frames spread thought the entire volume. Love the screens and just tonal quality of the art. For art alone people should read this series!I liked this story. I liked how the rescue of Rena went down, it was cute and funny and rather shocking when Morizono wasn't the end of the matter. I didn't love the rescue though. I was a little heavy and lacked the charm that the series has typically. So I downgraded this volume half a star, it doesn't seem like much except that for me who feels most volumes are perfection it just wasn't.I did love seeing Kurosaki vulnerable and the moment with Teru was beautiful. A top grade version of this type of scene in Dengeki Daisy - I just wanted more of such scenes. Also loved the cute - its getting back to normal scene with master's new servants, so, so adorkable. The latter half of the volume was definitely 5 star material. Love the intro of Antler, and seeing how he effects the villainous players so far. BOTTOM LINE: Worth reading for the art alone, but a great continuation of Kurosaki and Teru's story.

  • Susie
    2019-01-07 16:05

    I honestly really liked this series at first but now I can't even finish the series because I am so bored. I had trouble keeping up with the plot and also trying not to get annoyed every single time Teru cried (which is SO MUCH). I finished volume 12 and after that I just decided that I would go on wikia and read the chapters synopsis. I'm glad that I didn't actually read through the rest of the volumes because honestly it would have been a waste of my time. The only thing I really liked about Dengeki Daisy is the humor. There were definitely some parts that had me cracking up. In my opinion the plot was dragged on for far too long created boring plot twists and lots of confusion. Wikia told me everything I needed to know including the ending.I am officially finished with this series.

  • Kate
    2019-01-19 14:59

    In this volume, we're wrapping up the current arc of Rena's kidnapping rescue, which of course, in Dengeki Daisy style includes a few conspiracies and some mad computer hacking skills. This is story-telling at Motomi's best, with great action that moves the plot forward, but also some quiet moments that continue to reveal Kurosaki's vulnerability and why Teru truly is his strength.Dengeki Daisy really is in a league all its own in the current offerings of shoujo manga these days. Every time I pick up a new volume, I am reminded of how fun and good shoujo manga really can be, especially when you have a mangaka who can move beyond the tired cliches and offer the reader something refreshing and smart. Recommended.

  • Lucina
    2018-12-27 15:03

    3.5 SterneMir war's zu wenig romantisch und zu actionlastig. Auch kam der Humor, der viele vorherige Bände geprägt hat zu kurz. Irgendwie kann mich die Reihe immer weniger reizen, auch wenn die Story an sich interessant ist und die Zeichnungen super, geht mir einfach die Beziehung der Protagonisten zu wenig voran und auch die Handlung insgesamt. Ich sehe einfach kein Ziel, keine Linie auf die die Reihe zu steuert. Einen Band werde ich wohl noch lesen und wenn mich der nicht richtig überzeugt, wird wohl auch die letzte Manga-Reihe, die ich aktiv verfolge nicht mehr weitergelesen. Schade... aber man merkt, kürzere Manga-Reihen sind meist reizvoller als zu lange...

  • Miss
    2019-01-01 14:12

    yo kiyoshi i got beef with youi'm watching teru and kurosaki being ridiculously adorable, not having any huge expectations, just reveling in the glory i've been givenand then i tell them to kiss because WOW do they need to, but hey it's motomi, my hopes aren't that highand then faces start getting closerexpressions are changingi am feeling the shocking joy of an unexpected gift come upon meand then you KISS BLOCKya jerkyou're lucky i love everyone in this story, even kissblockersdon't let it happen again though5 stars

  • Kate
    2019-01-14 10:58

    In this volume Teru, Kurosaki, and the rest of the hacker team infiltrate Morizono's party to save Rena. As well as they must delete the new "Jack Frost" virus there. Rena seems to have changes since her first appearance in volume 1, now showing more appreciation for her friends (and a possible crush on Kiyoshi?). The later half of the manga shows us a new enemy, called Antler, who has a way of manipulating the others into distrust. Frankly, he's a twisted piece of work. I've got to wonder how the team will handle such a shifty person, who seems to be pulling the strings behind the scenes?

  • Hobbes
    2019-01-02 13:04

    One villain foiled and another takes his place! Rena's character is now fully rounded after her kidnapping experience and friendships are cemented further with ultimate trust. Good mix of action adventure scenes with ordinary daily life. And, the seemingly maniacal Akira has been supplied with medication so he's clearly unwell without drugs, but then he vanishes... look forward to seeing what happens with him. Only four more volumes to go...

  • Lara
    2019-01-15 19:05

    This is the best volume in a long time! It's the night of Rena's engagement party and the gang's gone into action to rescue her from her evil fiancé, who has been holding her prisoner. Things really come to a head and everyone gets more excitement than they planned for! Who is really in charge here? I like the way things turn out with Rena, and I love that we get a brief time of peace and quiet back at school, plus the requisite, "go bald!" I really hope number 13 is as good as number 12 was!

  • Soobie can't sleep at night
    2019-01-17 18:03

    Beh, un po' meglio dei precedente volumi. Forse perché Rena e Kiyoshi hanno avuto una parte molto importante... ^__^La scena durante la festa di fidanzamento è stata carina. Certo che perché "party" quando la parola festa fa lo stesso servizio?!Ma comincia a chiudere la storia Motomi-sensei, sta cominciando a puzzare!

  • Faith Lackey
    2019-01-15 15:53

    Only 4 more books in the series... Oh, how I wish there were more! This series has surprised me with it's many conspiracies and twists. Motomi is consistently good at weaving the serious plot with goofy subplots. The romance and friendship are subtle and sweet, while the constant danger keeps me in suspense! Very fun!

  • Chelsea
    2019-01-10 18:58

    This volume was another great addition to the series. I am very curious to find out what happened to Akira and I am looking forward to seeing what happens in the next volume. Contains Chapters 55 - 59Chapters 55: Crush his Plot (Part 1)Chapters 56: Crush his Plot (Part 2)Chapters 57: Footsteps from the Past...Chapters 58: That Day Grows NearerChapters 59: With our Conviction

  • Satya
    2019-01-02 11:54


  • Hannah
    2019-01-12 14:54

    Series Review: I adore this series! It is gripping and entertaining. The characters never fail to make me laugh and the plot can be suspenseful without being overwhelming. I definitely recommend this manga!

  • Kristine Hansen
    2018-12-29 16:54

    Awesome awesome awesome! Love this turn of events, love how this is coming out....thrilling adventure, plenty of passion...oh sometimes Teru and Kurosaki move WAY too slow, but it's perfect, it's right for them. And yeah, the story is just amazing. :)

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    2019-01-13 17:08

    12 volumes in and the series is still going strong. One of my favorites. With this one it tied up one arc and introduces another. LOVE the covers for these. Freaking adorable! Expressions still hilarious.

  • Mariam
    2019-01-19 12:50

    First read: August 7