In a dystopian future, detective Shinjuurou Yuuki—known by some as the "Defeated Detective"—solves mysteries throughout Tokyo. Aided by his odd associate Inga, Shinjuurou's insight and ingenuity in cracking cases, particularly homicides, lead to numerous mysteries solved and culprits caught. However, his partner seems to have some other, more sinister intentions for the people they catch, and the truth of the assistant's identity and motivation is shrouded in secrecy.
- imDb Rating: 6.9 (159 Votes)
- Metascore: N/A
In a post-war Japan, an experienced detective takes on cases with the help of his supernatural assistant.
- Rated: N/A
- Released: 13 Oct 2011
- Runtime: N/A
- Genre: Animation, Crime, Drama
- Director: N/A
- Writer: N/A
- Actors: Emily Neves, Kris Carr, Aki Toyosaki, Ryô Katsuji
- Language: N/A
- Country: Japan
- Awards: N/A
- Total Seasons: 1
I'm Just Searching
Episode 1x11; Dec 22, 2011
1x11: I'm Just Searching
1x10: Kaishou Rinroku's Funeral
1x9: Kaishou Rinroku's Crime
1x8: The King of Paradise
1x6: The Code Too Simple
1x5: The Phantom Statue
1x4: Famous House
1x3: Masked Mansion
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|2||2||Song of the Heartless||2011-10-20||30|
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|6||6||The Code Too Simple||2011-11-17||30|
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|9||9||Kaishou Rinroku's Crime||2011-12-08||30|
|10||10||Kaishou Rinroku's Funeral||2011-12-15||30|
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