|Released on year:||1998|
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Dee Laytner and Randy "Ryo" Maclane are two New York officers enjoying a much needed England break. Dee has very strong feelings for Ryo and wants to take this opportunity to advance her relationship (and maybe seduce Ryo if he is lucky). Ryo doesn't grasp Dee's own thoughts, and doesn't know whether he needs to (or ought) accept them. Their vacations and relationships are unexpectedly disrupted as murders and missing person cases start to circulate around their hotel. The only common connection the cases have is that all the victims were descendents of Japanese or Japanese. Dee and Ryo must solve the matter before Ryo, half Japanese, is the next victim.
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Fake ( フェイク, Feiku ) is a Sanami Matoh BL manga with seven volumes. The story focuses in a romance between Randy "Ryo" Maclean and Dee Laytner, two detectives from the fictitious 27th precinct in New York City. There is also an anime version of the fifth act ( or chapter ) from the second book, in the form of an OVA. Biblos originally published Fake as seven volumes, but Fake was republished by Mediation as five volumes after the company went bankrupt in 2006, with one newly drawn extra story featured at the back of each. Fake's English version is distributed in the USA by Tokyopop, and in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment.
All seven volumes are available in English. The one-off sequel "Like, like love" is only released in Japan as part of Matoh's art book. On May 12, 2007, the manga fake "Second Season," a sequel that was unveiled in a new Japanese magazine named Hug, also published by Mediation. There is currently no news on licenses to North America..
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