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Maron Kusakabe may seem to be an Ordinary High School Student, but secretly she is the Reincarnation of Joan of Arc, Kaitou Jeanne! Maron is on a Mission From God to seal demons hiding in works of art, which possess and corrupt pure-hearted people that admire their beauty. Unfortunately, sealing the demon also causes the artwork it inhabits to disappear, making Jeanne seem to be nothing more than a petty (if stylish) thief to most, meaning that the police and Maron's best friend Miyako, who dreams of becoming a detective, are dedicated to catching her. Fortunately, Jeanne has God's blessing and a number of divine tools at her disposal, giving her an edge over them.

Because her divorced parents live and work overseas, Maron lives alone in her apartment with tiny angel Finn Fish. Across the hall live Miyako and her family, unaware of Maron's identity. Then, Handsome Lech Chiaki Nagoya moves in next door. He gets on Maron's nerves, but Miyako instantly falls head-over-heels in love with him. Soon after, Kaitou Sinbad, another kaitou wielding the same powers as Jeanne, appears on the scene and starts competing with Jeanne to see who can seal the demons first. Finn and Maron wonder who he could be, as Maron was supposed to be the only kaitou. Finn and Maron both conclude that Sinbad must be Jeanne's opposite - a kaitou working for the devil. All may not be as it seems, however....

Published in the shoujo magazine Ribon from 1998 to 2000, Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne is the first major work by Arina Tanemura. It was adapted into a 44 episode Anime by Toei in 1999. It stands apart from most Magical Girl series by having a Broken Bird heroine, and can be quite a Tear Jerker at times.

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