Tokko (manga)

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  1. 1 2 Their ranks differ from the manga and anime. For instance, Ryoko is addressed as superintendent, while Kureha is addressed as an inspector in the anime.
  2. 1 2 The ranks are also contradictory in a sort of way with actual ranks used by the National Police Agency since the rank of Lieutenant is an equal to Assistant Inspector, which is the rank of Kureha's. Ryoko's Superintendent rank's equal is the rank of Major.

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First tankōbon volume cover
Genre Action, horror, [1] supernatural [2]
Magazine Monthly Afternoon
Demographic Seinen
Original run20032004