Tokko (特公, Tokkō) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tooru Fujisawa. It was serialized in Kodansha's Afternoon in 2003 and collected into 3 tankōbon volumes. An anime television series adaptation animated by AIC Spirits and Group TAC first aired in Japan on April 15, 2006 and ran for 13 episodes. The manga was licensed in North America by Tokyopop, who released the first volume on July 15, 2008. The anime was licensed in the United States and United Kingdom by Manga Entertainment, with its first DVD released on March 20, 2007, and in Australasia by Madman Entertainment. In the US, Sci Fi (now Syfy) aired Tokko in 2007, in 2010 it aired on Chiller.

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  • Tokko (特公 Tokkō?), es un manga escrito e ilustrado por Tōru Fujisawa. Fue serializado por la revista Afternoon de Kodansha en el año 2003 y recopilada en tres volúmenes tankōbon. El 15 de abril de 2006 se emitió una adaptación al anime (de 13 episodios) dirigida por Masashi Abe y animada por AIC Spirits y Group TAC. El manga fue licenciado en Norte América por Tokyopop, los cuales publicaron el primer volumen el 15 de julio de 2008. El anime fue licenciado en Estados Unidos y Reino Unido por Manga Entertainment, con su primer DVD publicado el 20 de marzo de 2007, y en Australasia por Madman Entertainment.​ En Estados Unidos, el canal SciFi (ahora Syfy) publicó Tokko en 2007. En el año 2010 fue emitido por el canal de televisión Chiller, mientras que en Canadá fue emitido por Super Channel. (es)
  • Tokko (特公, Tokkō) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tooru Fujisawa. It was serialized in Kodansha's Afternoon in 2003 and collected into 3 tankōbon volumes. An anime television series adaptation animated by AIC Spirits and Group TAC first aired in Japan on April 15, 2006 and ran for 13 episodes. The manga was licensed in North America by Tokyopop, who released the first volume on July 15, 2008. The anime was licensed in the United States and United Kingdom by Manga Entertainment, with its first DVD released on March 20, 2007, and in Australasia by Madman Entertainment. In the US, Sci Fi (now Syfy) aired Tokko in 2007, in 2010 it aired on Chiller. (en)
  • TOKKO (特公?) è un manga giapponese da cui è stato tratto un anime diretto da , animate da AIC Spirits e per un totale di 13 episodi. Il manga è stato pubblicato anche negli USA grazie a , dove il primo volume è stato pubblicato nel marzo 2007. In Italia i diritti del manga sono stati acquistati dalla Panini Comics, che ha annunciato la data di uscita per il febbraio 2016, raccogliendo i tre Tankōbon originali in due volumi. (it)
  • Tokkō (特公) est un seinen manga écrit et dessiné par Tōru Fujisawa. Il a été prépublié dans le magazine Afternoon, et a été compilé en un total de trois volumes. Le troisième volume, nommée Phantom Hunter est une histoire parallèle. La version française est licenciée par Pika Édition. L'histoire est plutôt sombre, tendant vers l'horreur, et graphiquement assez violente et sanglante. Il a fait l'objet d'une adaptation en anime entre le 15 avril et le 29 juillet 2006 sur la chaine japonaise WOWOW. Il existe alors trois versions différentes de l'histoire : celle de la prépublication, celle de la publication en volumes (principalement un ré-ordonnancement des chapitres de la précédente) et celle de l'anime. Une série dérivée nommée Tokkô Zero, écrite par Tōru Fujisawa et dessinée par , est prépubliée depuis le 1er juillet 2013 dans le magazine . (fr)
  • 『TOKKO 特公』(とっこう)は、藤沢とおるによる日本の漫画。漫画は「月刊アフタヌーン」にて連載されていた。未完。 2013年より「月刊ヒーローズ」にて本作の前史にあたる「」が隔月で連載されている(ただし、藤沢は原作のみであり、作画はが担当している)。 (ja)
  • Tokko (яп. 特公 Токко) — манга, написанная и проиллюстрированная Тору Фудзисавой. Всего было выпущено 3 тома в период с 25 февраля по 25 апреля 2004 года. Позже на основе сюжета манги студиями AIC Spirits и Group Tac был выпущен аниме-сериал Tokko: Devil's Awaken из 13 серий. Он впервые транслировался по японскому телеканалу WOWOW с 15 апреля по 29 июля 2006 года. Сериал был лицензирован на территории США компанией . (ru)
  • 《麻辣特公組》,是藤澤亨的漫畫作品,於講談社《》連載。東立出版社在單行本出版前,曾以特刊的方式發行六冊;在第六冊的最後,東立說明,不再出特刊,改以單行本的方式發行。 (zh)
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  • Cover of the first manga volume of Tokko. (en)
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  • Hiroki, Sakura's younger brother, is awakened with a Phantom spirit when it infiltrated the Udagawa Police Hospital in Tokyo and the doctors who were attending to the unconscious teenager. During an encounter with Tokko, Hiroki wounds Sakura and drives off the other members, barely surviving. Despite this, Sakura wishes to help her brother by trying her best to purge the Phantom spirit out of his body. (en)
  • Ranmaru gets unofficially transferred to the Tokko division while still being under the official command of Tokki, which angers Kunikida and thinks that Akiha may have been responsible for Ranmaru's supposed transfer. In a meeting with the Phantom Countermeasures Committee, led by top NPA officials, they accuse Ryoko of wasting her time in their investigation against the Phantoms and not doing anything to calm the public about the supposed serial murder cases since Ranmaru's own symbiont was awakened by her subordinates without their authorization. (en)
  • After a suspicious car accident, Sakura visits Ranmaru in his hospital room. She warns him not to get further involved into what had happened to him near the forensic building the night before. Kunikida, thought to have been granted a request to investigate the forensic building for evidence to suggest that Tokko was concealing evidence from the public, is denied by top National Police Agency officials. Yukino then visits Ranmaru back in the Shibuya police station, warning him that her father was researching on the strange creatures that Ranmaru had encountered before. (en)
  • Saya gets Ranmaru a date, in the form of forensic expert Yukino Shiraishi, who happens to be Saya's upperclassman in her high school days. During Ranmaru and Yukino's date, Ranmaru discovered that the demons who were responsible for the Machida massacre five years ago and for the death of his police comrades were believed to be of European origin, with Yukino filling Ranmaru in on the background on a Western urban legend that the demons were summoned by alchemists in order to achieve immortality during the Middle Ages in Europe. (en)
  • Sakura relives her memories of meeting with Inukai and his sister prior to joining Tokko. After another one of Tokko's clashes against the Gaki demons, Ranmaru receives an anonymous call from a mysterious person who could provide him information as to the true reasons behind the events behind the Machida massacre years ago. During his investigation, he is suddenly attacked by a lone Phantom demon in the nearby park, specifically the thirteenth Phantom demon. (en)
  • With the recent attacks on police officers by the possessed human-like zombies and Ranmaru's near death from one of them a few days ago, he began to reflect about what happened from his first day of duty as a Tokko detective and on the Machida massacre, especially on the mysterious tattoo that appeared on his right arm. Concerned about where it came from and how it showed up, Saya took him to a nearby police hospital to be checked up on. While waiting for the results of his checkup, Ranmaru sneaks inside a PSIA-guarded hospital ward that housed Sakura's younger brother, who was almost a victim in the Machida incident. (en)
  • Yukino visits Ranmaru in the Shibuya Police Station in the early morning, delivering the book regarding the Box of Dirge and information regarding a supposed piece of the box. Later, during a courtesy call to an old man, Taishi, who called Ranmaru earlier on, his symbiont begins to slowly corrupt his mind and body after his attacks were thwarted by his mysterious strength. He is rescued by Sakura and the others with an unknown necklace on his neck, but Ranmaru's slowly corrupted symbiont uses him to attack Akiha and the others before Ryoko is forced to use her Colt SAA revolver to fire a shot at Ranmaru's chest, severely wounding him. (en)
  • Ranmaru and Ichiro meet the members of Tokko, one of whom is the red-haired woman from Ranmaru's dreams. Her name is Sakura Rokujo, and she was once a neighbor of Ranmaru before the Machida massacre. Later, Kunikida and Muramasa discover that any incident involving the monsters hunted by Tokko is covered up. (en)
  • Tokko decides to move Saya to a safer place, more specially to Ryoko's apartment, for her own protection. Ryoko pays a surprise visit to the Tokki offices, and she manages to obtain information from Muramasa that he was the inside man paid by Taishi to provide police information regarding the case after threatening him with her Colt SAA revolver. Later on, Taishi dispatches Gakis to assassinate all active Tokko members as a means of further slowing down their investigation against him. (en)
  • In a closed meeting with Councilor Ogata, Superintendent Ryoko Ibuki discloses to her superior that Ranmaru is a possible symbiont, telling him that she'll have him killed if it has to be the case. Later on, Ryoko informs Kureha to see if Ranmaru has the symbiont inside of him. Back in the Tokki office, Muramasa informs Ranmaru to entertain Kunikida, who didn't go to work since he was angry at the NPA officials for denying his search warrant on the forensic building. Ranmaru was about to tell Kunikida what happened at the forensic building last night when Kureha arrives on her motorbike, and she asks to take Ranmaru out on a date. (en)
  • As Ranmaru continues to get deeper and deeper into the mystery of the Phantom demons, he is accosted by two strange men wearing dark sunglasses and wielding pistols when he was walking in a local park. To make things worse, Saya gets injured in a depicted hit and run accident staged during her break hours by an unknown vehicle. Ryoko and the others inform Ranmaru that some sort of cult society may have hired assassins to kill her. (en)
  • Kunikida encounters Muramasa and after an argument, the two tried to shoot each other when Kunikida heard Muramasa ordering that Ranmaru and the other Tokko operatives are to be arrested and taken care of. Back at the Machida apartment complex, Ranmaru and the others assemble to do battle against Taishi, with Kureha severely wounded. Ranmaru and Sakura head into the underworld via the giant hole in Machida in order to rescue Saya and defeat Taishi. The end of the anime seems incomplete because it doesn't show the complete destruction of the demons. Moreover, when Ranmaru is in the hospital next to Sakura, there is another hole as big as the one in Machida as Taishi's laughter echoes across the scene. (en)
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  • No Woman, No Cry (en)
  • Time to Say Goodbye (en)
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  • A Father, All Alone (en)
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  • Moments Would Be Lost (en)
  • Remain Tender Together (en)
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  • Tokko (特公 Tokkō?), es un manga escrito e ilustrado por Tōru Fujisawa. Fue serializado por la revista Afternoon de Kodansha en el año 2003 y recopilada en tres volúmenes tankōbon. El 15 de abril de 2006 se emitió una adaptación al anime (de 13 episodios) dirigida por Masashi Abe y animada por AIC Spirits y Group TAC. El manga fue licenciado en Norte América por Tokyopop, los cuales publicaron el primer volumen el 15 de julio de 2008. El anime fue licenciado en Estados Unidos y Reino Unido por Manga Entertainment, con su primer DVD publicado el 20 de marzo de 2007, y en Australasia por Madman Entertainment.​ En Estados Unidos, el canal SciFi (ahora Syfy) publicó Tokko en 2007. En el año 2010 fue emitido por el canal de televisión Chiller, mientras que en Canadá fue emitido por Super Channel. (es)
  • Tokko (特公, Tokkō) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tooru Fujisawa. It was serialized in Kodansha's Afternoon in 2003 and collected into 3 tankōbon volumes. An anime television series adaptation animated by AIC Spirits and Group TAC first aired in Japan on April 15, 2006 and ran for 13 episodes. The manga was licensed in North America by Tokyopop, who released the first volume on July 15, 2008. The anime was licensed in the United States and United Kingdom by Manga Entertainment, with its first DVD released on March 20, 2007, and in Australasia by Madman Entertainment. In the US, Sci Fi (now Syfy) aired Tokko in 2007, in 2010 it aired on Chiller. (en)
  • TOKKO (特公?) è un manga giapponese da cui è stato tratto un anime diretto da , animate da AIC Spirits e per un totale di 13 episodi. Il manga è stato pubblicato anche negli USA grazie a , dove il primo volume è stato pubblicato nel marzo 2007. In Italia i diritti del manga sono stati acquistati dalla Panini Comics, che ha annunciato la data di uscita per il febbraio 2016, raccogliendo i tre Tankōbon originali in due volumi. (it)
  • 『TOKKO 特公』(とっこう)は、藤沢とおるによる日本の漫画。漫画は「月刊アフタヌーン」にて連載されていた。未完。 2013年より「月刊ヒーローズ」にて本作の前史にあたる「」が隔月で連載されている(ただし、藤沢は原作のみであり、作画はが担当している)。 (ja)
  • Tokko (яп. 特公 Токко) — манга, написанная и проиллюстрированная Тору Фудзисавой. Всего было выпущено 3 тома в период с 25 февраля по 25 апреля 2004 года. Позже на основе сюжета манги студиями AIC Spirits и Group Tac был выпущен аниме-сериал Tokko: Devil's Awaken из 13 серий. Он впервые транслировался по японскому телеканалу WOWOW с 15 апреля по 29 июля 2006 года. Сериал был лицензирован на территории США компанией . (ru)
  • 《麻辣特公組》,是藤澤亨的漫畫作品,於講談社《》連載。東立出版社在單行本出版前,曾以特刊的方式發行六冊;在第六冊的最後,東立說明,不再出特刊,改以單行本的方式發行。 (zh)
  • Tokkō (特公) est un seinen manga écrit et dessiné par Tōru Fujisawa. Il a été prépublié dans le magazine Afternoon, et a été compilé en un total de trois volumes. Le troisième volume, nommée Phantom Hunter est une histoire parallèle. La version française est licenciée par Pika Édition. L'histoire est plutôt sombre, tendant vers l'horreur, et graphiquement assez violente et sanglante. Une série dérivée nommée Tokkô Zero, écrite par Tōru Fujisawa et dessinée par , est prépubliée depuis le 1er juillet 2013 dans le magazine . (fr)
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