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Kurosagi - The Black Swindler (manga)
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Kurosagi (live-action TV) (adaptation)
Shin Kurosagi (manga) (sequel)
Shin Kurosagi Kanketsu-hen (manga) (sequel)
詐欺獵人 (Chinese (Taiwan))
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: White swindlers (shirosagi) are those that cheat people to take their money, red swindlers (akasagi) are those that swindle the opposite sex, and black swindlers (kurosagi) are those that cheat the white and red swindlers. After his family is swindled by white swindlers, Kurosagi sets out to avenge them by becoming a black swindler.
User Ratings: 13 ratings have been given [details]
Number of tankoubon: 20
Number of pages: 232
Release dates: We have 41
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Publisher: Shogakukan, Inc.
Licensed by: Taiwan Tohan Co., Ltd.
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