SDB National Police Agency Special Defense Bureau

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4.8
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  • 8 out of 8 people found this review helpful:
    Police Procedural With a Dash of Comedy and Weirdness
    SDB National Police Agency Special Defense Bureau is a police dramedy that focuses on the investigations of a young detective and an inspector from a special unit within the National Police Agency. Their responsiblity is to take on the cases that normally would not have a chance of going to trial and dispense a unique brand of justice.

    One of the biggest strengths of this show is the characters ...
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  • 4 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    Brilliant! My new favorite now that Divorce Chaser is over.
    SDB is light and dark and just a bit crazy. Like Divorce Chaser, it gets better and better with each episode as the characters develop. Asakura, like Hakamada, has a strong moral code, but Asakura is a much darker hero. He appears to be an anti-hero at first.

    For those who have watched both shows, both men have food obsessions and both prepare beverages on demand at the office. Is that odd, or ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    perfectly random but funny
    This reminds me, not in content, but in sheer oddness, of the graphic novels of Chew. If anyone's read those?

    There's not a lot I can say that will do justice to how I feel about this show, I think it's brilliant. It's funny, it's light hearted, slightly dark in places, and especially random.

    It's a police drama show that has a unique twist on justice. I recommend watching it, I mean it's 40 ...
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Strangely Enjoyable!
    These characters work for me. They are weird and wonderful. The eccentric police supervisor who does the ah, "corrective enforcement" has an awesome hairstyle.
    Are you tired of a society that lets criminals walk? Then you will love SDB's harsh justice.
    Whether it's high school girls bilking unsuspecting salaryman out of cash, or a crafty Mary Kay/Avon lady type saleswoman putting a friend into ...
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