Item description for Cy-Believers Volume 1 (Cy-Believers) by Shioko Mizuki, Keiko Bensen, Kai Connick & Brynne Chandler...
Rui has just transferred to a new school. Hoping to make new friends, she decides to join some clubs, only to find that they have all been shut down - by her fiance! Determined to thwart her controlling, selfish betrothed, Rui starts a new club that won't be so easy to shut down. Welcome to the Computer Believers!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 4.75" Height: 7.25" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Feb 15, 2008
ISBN 1933617764 ISBN13 9781933617763
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Good start Apr 12, 2008
Rui has just transferred to the Domus Aurea school, a private high school dubbed the "acropolis" by the student body. She was transferred so that she could be close to her betrothed, Natori Nijo. He's the president of the Public Safety Commission. What he does, primarily, is shut down other groups and clubs that he doesn't feel are up to par. He's a complete control freak, and he is completely insane, particularly over his fiancée Rui... whose baby he wants to father... now.
Rui tries to join a group, the Public Relations group, and she gets downsized to the "Believer" branch of the PR club. What the believers are is a group of the people that everyone dislikes or doesn't want to work with but can't get rid of because they actually work. The facility is dirty and ill kept. In this group are also two good looking boys, Azumi and Rio, from the computer club. Rio is very into computers and robots and Azumi has attracted 107 ghost spirits to him and because of this is much more mysterious.
Natori does his best to shut the club down but Rui, convinced that they need to stay strong, goes to the student council president and, with the help of Azumi, gets the backing of the SC to make the club independent. Now Natori can't do anything to them as a group, but to Rui personally, he can completely destroy her.
This is a good start. It's not great yet, but anything by Shioko Mizuki has my backing to the utmost. I loved what she did with Crossroads, and Cy-believers looks like it's going to have my support as well. It has her signature style of work of course, which I adore, but also the bizarre quirkiness that makes her work a lot of fun is here in abundance. I enjoyed this a lot. When does the next one come out? I am intrigued.