The ridiculous right hand haunting manga Midori Days‘ author, Kazuro Inoue, has launched his latest story in this month’s issue of Shogakukan’s short manga magazine Shonen Sunday S. Shitei Boryuko Shojo Shiomi-chan (or Outrage Girl Shiomi), is the dubious story of a cool and fierce heroine, who in fact turns out to be a notorious crime boss who underwent plastic surgery to look like a beautiful teenage girl.
Inoue launched Midori Days in Shonen Sunday in September 2002, where it ran until November 2004, and was collected in a total of eight volumes. The series’ last year in print also saw the release of its 13-episode anime adaptation, which Crunchyroll describe as follows:
This story is about Sawamura Seiji, a chivalrous, though delinquent, high school student, who is popular among younger students. However, because of his bad reputation, he spends his youth without a girlfriend. His lonely life is thrown into upheavel when, all of a sudden, a girl appears in place of his right hand!
The girl’s name is Kasugano Midori. She is very shy and has secretly been in love with Seiji for a long time. In the face of this strange circumstance, she keeps on believing in herself wholeheartedly as Seiji’s right hand lover. As a consequence, Midori now lives together with Seiji and the two begin to live they’re grotesque co-existence together in secrecy!