Heads (manga)

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Alternative title:
ヘッズ (Japanese) 
Genres: drama , mystery , romance , slice of life 
Plot Summary: Junichi Naruse, a shy 22 year old, loves Megumi Hamura. He visits an estate agency to find a collective dwelling for him and his new love. But there, Junichi gets a bullet in his head by a robber. Now is the developing love on proof because he is comatose. The doctors saved his life and bring him back to consciousness in a difficult operation, however they keep details of the operation secret. Junichi find out that an other brain was used to save him. Noticing slowly some changes in his character and being discharged from the clinic, he try out to reveal the secrets. The changes he had to expect, the question if he can be the same as in the past and what are the other secrets of the doctors will be cleared in progress. 
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Seen in part or in whole by 17 users, rank: #2681 (of 4742)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.500 (Very good−), std. dev.: 0.7638, rank: #1885 (of 4835)
Weighted mean: 7.476 (Good+), rank: #1876 (of 4835) (seen all: 7.48)
Bayesian estimate: 7.600 (Very good−), rank: #1068 (of 2889)
Number of tankoubon: 4 
Number of pages: 216 
2005-09-14 to 2005-12-07 (France) 
Release dates: We have 12
Official website:
Carlsen Comics (German) 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Story: Keigo Higashino 
Art: Motoro Mase 
Japanese companies
Publisher: Shogakukan 
French staff
French cast
Translation: Yuko Kuramatsu 

Adaptation: Olivier Vachey 
Lettering: Florent Faguet 
French companies
Publisher: Akata/Delcourt 
German staff
German cast
Translation: Claudia Peter 

Editorial Staff: Petra Lohmann 
Lettering: Björn Liebchen 
Production manager: Bettina Oguamanam 
German companies
Publisher: Carlsen Comics 

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