Saijou no Meii

There’s something I noticed about manga in the medical genre, which is that they all have a “genius” doctor as the main character set in a hostile political environment with corrupt hospital directors. This leads me to think about the actual state of the health care system in Japan, although the one we have here in the United States could be improved upon as well.

Saijou no Meii fits the stereotypical medical manga like a glove. Other series I’ve read that fall into this category were Say Hello to Black Jack and GodHand Teru. Even though they might share some general themes, each one is different enough to hold my interest.

 

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6 Comments to “Saijou no Meii”

  1. Now we need to deal with ethical dilemmas, a setting of Post Cold War Europe, some murders… a mastermind… yes… I can definitely see it now….

    It’d be nice to see a medical manga focus on someone with the personality of Dr. House though :p

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    Reltair Reply:

    Haha. :p

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  2. Bass says:

    I’m actually liking Saijou no Meii. It’s my first medical manga and although it’s very light hearted and easy going, I liked it enough to blog on the new chapters 😛

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    Reltair Reply:

    Although there are darker aspects lurking around, he just pushes past it all with his easy going attitude. An excellent choice for your first medial manga, good for you!

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  3. dew says:

    i just love the series too!

    I read the latest chap (21) over here if anyones interested

    http://mangahelpers.com/s/trinity-bakuma/details/81189

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    Reltair Reply:

    The series is still holding strong, but the chapter releases have been quite slow unfortunately. :/

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