The August issue of Tokuma Shoten‘s Monthly Comic Zenon magazine uncovered on June 26 that Kei Koga’s Trace: Kasōken Hōi Kenkyūin no Tsuisō (Trace: Recollections of a Forensic Researcher) manga has another spinoff manga titled Brutal: Satsujin Kansatsukan no Kokuhaku (Confessions of a Homicide Investigator).
The manga focuses on murder detective Hiroki Dan, the child of a previous police administrator general, and who is by all accounts on the road to success to profession achievement. He keeps up a concealed way of life as a serial killer in charge of in excess of a hundred homicides of individuals he regards past the compass of the law.
The Original Trace: Kasōken Hōi Kenkyūin no Tsuisō manga is a crime anticipation story set in a measurable lab where analysts work to reveal pieces of information from little subtleties. The manga’s story starts when Nonna Sawaguchi, a new kid on the block legal specialist, meets Reiji Mano, the man who understood the case behind the twofold homicide of Nonna’s folks.