|Reviews for Habits|
| Mangaka Sapphire N chapter 1 . 10/1/2013
Ohhhh, that's sad. Poor Shinichi.
| Reaper Nanashi chapter 1 . 7/28/2013
Well done! While I'm not sure I agree that Shinichi would be in quite this much distress, I can nevertheless envision him doing a number of these things, particularly in instances where he was distracted or tired or the like. In any case, this is very well-written and was a pleasure to read. Thank you for sharing it!
| Guest chapter 1 . 3/10/2013
Wonderful writing, it would make sense for Shinichi to keep some of his Conan habits.
| Ayaia of the Moon chapter 1 . 2/24/2013
deliciously angsty! I don't think anyone realizes the seriousness of this; he's had his right mind the entire time. These really would be difficult habits to break! Something to think about, definitely! :D
| SherryPin chapter 1 . 1/23/2013
This is why in the series I always hope that in the end a cure isn't found because it would be painful. Not just for him, for everyone. The readjustments, the habits, and strong bonds he has made with everyone as Conan. While who he was as Shinichi has pretty much faded away like a memory. Only appearing to let Ran know he is alive before disappearing once again. It's sad to watch because no matter what he chooses people will be hurt in the end.
| somber girl chapter 1 . 10/7/2012
Sad but quite realistic view of the story. Remember the Desperate Revival Arc, when Shinichi called on to the Shounen Tantei he forgot that they don't know who he is? Habit. I can see Stranger in 10 years in your story. If Shinichi stayed as Conan and had grown up with Haibara and the Shounen Tantei, his childhood will be different. He will no longer have that connection with Ran.
I hope Gosho Aoyama will end the series so that there will be a resolution of whatever sort to this tragic tale.
| Questionable Answers chapter 1 . 9/19/2012
Awe! Was super cute, till that last bit. What a sucker punch. ouch.
| Alex Elvan chapter 1 . 8/24/2012
I love it. This is so realistic, as all 'old habits die hard.'
| KatieArtemis chapter 1 . 8/20/2012
A very beautiful, unique One-Shot! I admire you for making Ran's emotions so clear without getting all sentimental or dramatic! The idea is very original and you established the point. Love it! :)
| guest chapter 1 . 8/20/2012
xd at the begining :-P
sad at the end:'(
| Midnight1906 chapter 1 . 8/20/2012
I can imagine the humor and pityof the other people around him feel as they watch him weighed down by this incident...
| Guest chapter 1 . 8/19/2012
Awwww... that's sad. But very realistic, I think. It would definitely be hard to break some of those habits.
| splishims chapter 1 . 8/19/2012
This was beautifully written. And so realistic too! The mix of details and habits with Ran's emotions and thoughts on the matter, her insecurity with Haibara's hanging out with him, the way she wonders if he should have just stayed Conan.
Wonderful piece. Thank you so much for sharing this! :)
| RanMouri82 chapter 1 . 8/19/2012
This story's well-written and has an intriguing premise. Some habits might sneak in on a rare occasion, especially at first, since we saw that during Desperate Revival. Many of Conan's habits, however, such as his "television" references, come from Shin'ichi having to cover up when his true self shows through, not the other way around. Conan rarely holds Ai's hand unless, maybe, they're fleeing from danger. Glad you wrote more for this series. Please keep it up!
| CressidaRene chapter 1 . 8/19/2012
What a great story! Your powers of observation are just as remarkable as Conan's and Shinichi's, for coming up with this piece. I could totally see something like this happening to Shinichi once he finally returns to normal. Habits that one has to learn for their own survival cannot be so easily dismissed, and Shinichi has had to live as Conan for so long now, it won't be easy to escape his alter ego. I really liked how you wrote the story from Ran's empathetic view, even suggesting to herself that it might have been less painful for Shinichi to remain as Conan. That is a soulful reality to consider. Whenever Shinichi does find a permanent solution to his miniature malady, a whole new set of problems are going to crop up, not the least of which will be Ran's separation from Conan, who she now sees as something of a little brother. Then, if Ran had to watch Shinichi struggle to find himself again, they're both bound to go through some painful readjustments.