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Zodiac P.I. ( Japanese : 十二宮でつかまえて , Hepburn : Jūnikyū de Tsukamaete ) is a mystery manga series written and illustrated by Natsumi Ando . Appearing as a serial in the monthly shōjo (targeted towards girls) manga magazine Nakayoshi from the April 2001 issue to the January 2003 issue, the chapters were compiled into four bound volumes by Kodansha and published from November 2001 to March 2003. Set in present-day Japan, the series focuses on Lili Hoshizawa, a teenage detective who uses astrology to solve cases.

In North America, Tokyopop licensed the series for an English-language translation, and published it from July 2003 to December 2003, although the translation has since gone out of print. The series has also been translated into other languages. The series has been generally reviewed as being light entertainment.

Manga artist Natsumi Ando enjoyed astrology in her childhood and had a fondness for stars and Greek mythology . [2] [3] For File 2, which deals with a mystery in a piano school, Ando researched a local music school. [4] The design for the Libra astral spirit originated from the winner of the Astral Spirit Design Contest; many of the design submissions were for the Libra, Pisces, and Cancer spirits. [5]

Written and illustrated by Natsumi Ando, Zodiac P.I. appeared as a serial in the monthly manga magazine Nakayoshi from the April 2001 issue to the January 2003 issue. [16] [17] It published the series in four bound volumes from November 6, 2001, to March 4, 2003. [18] [19]

In North America, Tokyopop licensed the series for an English-language translation. [20] It published the series from July 8, 2003, to December 9, 2003; [21] [22] the translation has since gone out of print . [23] Zodiac P.I. has also been translated into other languages, such as Finnish, [24] German, [25] and Italian. [26]


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