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  • Every few years, the prestigious Seiso Academy holds a prominent musical competition, and only the very best students at the Academy are allowed to participate. Though all are eligible to apply, only students from the music department actually make it to the competition...until now.
  • Manga is a Japanese style of comic book. Manga and its Mangaka's are the main focus of Bakuman.
  • The Kyou Kara MA no Tsuku Jiyuugyou! (今日から㋮のつく自由業!) manga is illustrated by Matsumoto Temari and written by Takabayashi Tomo. It is published every month in Asuka Magazine. __TOC__
  • The Warcraft manga is a line of comics from various artists (including Korean-language manga, or manhwa). So far several series have been released primarily by TokyoPop.
  • Manga is the Japanese comics. It is read from right to left.
  • En contexto ferroviario una manga (de manguera) es un tubo de goma o plástico que protege cables eléctricos. Generalmente se usa para "mangas" de conexión entre coches o vagones (para calefacción, energía, comunicaciones).
  • thumb|300px El manga de Rozen Maiden, creado por Peach-Pit, comenzó a publicarse en septiembre de 2002 en la revista Monthly Comic Birz. Contó con 8 volumenes, el último publicado en junio de 2007. Una secuela del manga, conocida como Rozen Maiden Tales, se publicó desde diciembre de 2008 hasta julio de 2013.
  • The first chapter of Matsuri Hino's Vampire Knight premiered in the January 2005 issue of LaLa, where the series is still running. The individual chapters are being collected and published in tankōbon volumes by Hakusensha, with eight volumes released in Japan as of October 2008. The series is licensed for an English language release in North America by Viz Media. In addition to publishing the individual volumes, the series is being serialized in Viz's Shojo Beat manga anthology. The first chapter was published in July 2006 and it is still on-going. It is licensed for English release in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment, which has released seven volumes as of October 2008.
  • There are several manga adaptations of Last Exile. Last Exile - Fam, The Silver Wing (Last Exile - Ginyoku no Fam) -- A direct adaptation of the anime Last Exile - Fam, The Silver Wing into manga form. Last Exile - Travelers From the Hourglass (Last Exile - Sunadokei no Tabibito) -- A spinoff manga set during the end of Last Exile and beginning of Fam which follows Claus and Lavie.
  • Manga (漫画) désigne en japonais les bandes dessinées en général. En français, ce terme désigne les bandes dessinées japonaises, et par extension, les bandes dessinées non-japonaises respectant les codes des productions japonaises. Le mot manga est souvent utilisé, de façon impropre, pour nommer d'autres produits visuels rappelant ces bandes dessinées (dessins animés, style graphique…).
  • black bullet está escrito por Kanzaki Shiden e ilustrado por Hon Morino,black bullet se estreno en la revista Dengeki Maoh Magazine en el edición de agosto 27 de 2012.En los diferentes capítulos se recolectan y se publican en tankōbon volúmenes por ASCII Media Works,que publico el primer volumen el 27 de mayo de 2013.
  • Manga covers almost every single genre of story telling including romance, action adventure, drama and others. The business really took off after World War Two and steadily has become a huge business. In Japan it is a 4.4 billion dollar industry and in North America it is a $175–200 million industry. Generally manga is in black and white.
  • The two Cowboy Bebop manga series were adapted from the television show using the original cast of Spike Spiegel, Jet Black, Faye Valentine, Edward and Ein, in original adventures. The mangas were released by the Japanese publisher Kadokawa Shoten within their magazine Asuka Fantasy DX. The magazine was targeted to Shōjo, females ages 10 to 18, and fans of Science Fiction. The first volume of Cowboy Bebop: Shooting Star was released May 1998, just one month after Cowboy Bebop originally aired on TV Tokyo on April 3, 1998. However, the manga does not follow the tv series.
  • Amon Patricia is a Demon Lord who ruled the Demon World but after just barely escaping the Clan of Light finds her way to the Human World. Now there, she goes about searching for work and starts by looking at a family restaurant by the name of "Humming Dining" . With her seemingly bottomless appetite and love of our hero's food, will our hero be able to keep his sanity as he goes about making her an exemplary employee AND fill her stomach?!
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  • This is a list of all current volumes of the Japanese manga Medaka Box, as well as the titles of the chapters contained therein. The plot follows the adventures of Hakoniwa Academy's Student Council, led first by president Medaka Kurokami, and later Zenkichi Hitoyoshi.
  • Manga.
  • To date, Masamune Shirow has produced 3 manga books set in the Ghost in the Shell Universe: * Ghost in the Shell (manga) * Ghost in the Shell 2: Man/Machine Interface * Ghost in the Shell 1.5: Human-Error Processor
  • maNga – turecka grupa rockowa. Ich muzyka to połączenie alternatywnego metalu, hip-hopu i ludowej muzyki anatolijskiej z częstym użyciem scratchu.
  • There have been two Darker than Black manga. The first, illustrated by Noki Ya, was serialized in Monthly Asuka. Kadokawa Shoten released the series to two tankōbon on August 8, 2007 and January 26, 2008 respectively. The series has been licensed for a North American release by Yen Press. A second manga, illustrated by Yuji Iwahara, the original character designer for the anime, is currently being serialized in Square Enix's Young Gangan seinen magazine under the title Darker than Black: Shikkoku No Hana. This is a separate one from the first and it is a new story taking place one year after the events of the anime.
  • ACHTUNG! Einige der Bände sind noch nicht vollständig! ACHTUNG!! Wenn du nach einem bestimmten Kapitel oder Omake suchst >KLICK AUF MICH<
  • The manga never began, it's photoshopped and unofficial, Seriously, go back to the way it was.
  • The manga of World Trigger is written and illustrated by Daisuke Ashihara and is published in the Japanese-language magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump since Issue 11 of 2013. Chapters are numbered in the format Chapter X (第X話, Dai X wa), occasionally with a hexagon surrounding the number, the shape a cube appears when viewed from a vertex.
  • Three alternate retellings of The Vision of Escaflowne have been released in manga form, with first two manga series developed at the same time as the anime. Due to the radical changes in the anime series during production, these two manga series are very different from the original anime series, as well as each other.
  • Sora no Otoshimono began its monthly serialization in the May 2007 issue of manga magazine Shōnen Ace and concluded with the March 2014 issue. The first tankōbon was released by Kadokawa Shoten on September 26, 2007, with a total of 20 volumes released as of March 26, 2014. An anime adaptation produced by AIC aired in Japan in 2009,[1] followed with a second season, a feature film, and two video games.[2] A second film was released in Japan on April 26, 2014.[3] The anime is licensed in North America by Funimation Entertainment.
  • Vince Tyler had manga on a bookshelf in his apartment. A supposedly muscular man who came over for a one-night stand said his dad was into manga. (UK: Meeting People is Easy)
  • Ein Manga (jap. 漫画) ist eine japanische Comiczeichnung. Die koreanischen bzw. chinesischen Gegenstücke lauten Manhwa bzw. Manhua. Ein in Deutschland bekannter Manga ist Naruto oder One Piece. Mangas kommen ursprünglich aus Japan und werden auch fast nur dort gezeichet. Manga-Verfilmungen nennt man Anime.[[Bild:Manga.jpg|thumb|164px|Beispiel für Manga: One Piece]] File:Naruto Manga Kapitel 429 Anime-Verfilmung Naruto
  • Manga is the eleventh episode of Garo: The Makai Flower
  • Existeix una gran quantitat de sèries Pokémon en manga. Els mangues solen eixir a Japó per Shogakukan, i són traduïts a l'anglès a Amèrica del Nord principalment per VIZ Media i en els països asiàtics per Chuang Yi . Alguns mangues es basen en l'anime i les pel·lícules, uns altres són adaptacions dels videojocs i del Pokémon Trading Card Game. Categoria:Esborranys Categoria:Manga
  • In 2006 the first licensed Star Trek manga was published by TOKYOPOP, entitled Star Trek: The Manga - Shinsei Shinsei.
  • Manga is a fancy word for drawings of idiotic people -- all with bad hair -- fighting like ninjas, jumping in and out of trees, plastered on extremly small black and white pages.
  • Say "I love you" (好きっていいなよ。 Suki-tte Ii na yo.) is an ongoing Japanese manga created by Kanae Hazuki.
  • Poniżej znajduje się lista wszystkich tomów japońskiej mangi Bleach i rozdziałów w niej zawartych. Akcja mangi toczy się wokół nastolatka o imieniu Ichigo Kurosaki, który przejmuje moce Shinigami Rukii Kuchiki.
  • Many manga have been published for the Steins;Gate series. Some are adaptations of other titles, others depict the viewpoints of characters other than Okabe Rintarou and explore their backstories, and still others explore different world lines seemingly unimportant to the main story.
  • Captain Tsubasa started as a oneshot published in 1980. Since then, these are all manga that have been published so far.
  • Alles über Mangas, wie man sie zeichnet, bekannte Mangas...
  • Manga on Glatorian. Hän on nykyään Lektan henkivartija.
  • Fushigi yuugi a.k.a. the Mysterious Play is illustrated and written by Yuu Watase.
  • |- valign="top" | * Volumen 1: Dragon Hunt * The Prey of Harkyn Grymstone * Pursued * Dar'khan * Legacy of the Sunwell * Tarren Mill * Against the Scourge | * Volumen 2: Shadows of Ice * Terror on the Mountain * Baron Mordis * Caverns of the Dead * The Dwellers beneath * The Orb of Ner'zhul * Death on the Mountain | * Volumen 3: Ghostlands * The Nightmare Plains * Master of the Dead * Cry of the Banshee * Dark Reunion * Edge of the Abyss * Fire and Fury |}
  • right|thumb|Cover des ersten Naruto-Bandes Der Manga zu "Naruto" erschien in Japan 1999 bis 2014 wöchentlich in Einzelkapiteln im Manga-Magazin Weekly Shōnen Jump des Shueisha-Verlages.Diese Mangakapitel wurden zusätzlich zu Sammelbänden mit 9 bis 11 Kapiteln zusammengefasst und verkauft.Die Serie ist auch in Deutschland von November 2001 bis Dezember 2005 im mittlerweile eingestellten monatlichen Manga-Magazin "BANZAI!" des Carlsen-Verlages erschienen.Seit 2002 wird die Serie auch im Taschenbuchformat veröffentlicht, zunächst im drei- bis viermonatigen Veröffentlichungsrhythmus, seit der Einstellung des "BANZAI!"-Magazins monatlich oder zweimonatlich. Von April bis Juli 2015 erschien in Japan ein Spin-off als Miniserie mit dem Namen Naruto Gaiden, welcher 10 Kapitel umfasst.
  • Magi (マギ) has been published in the manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday since June 2009. Magi is written and illustrated by Shinobu Ohtaka, and has, so far, been collected in 33 bound volumes. Adventure of Sinbad (シンドバッドの冒険) was published in the manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday from May 2013 - June 2013, and has been re-serialized in Ura Sunday since September 2013. Adventure of Sinbad is written by Shinobu Ohtaka and illustrated by Yoshifumi Ohtera, and its first volume was released in September 2013.
  • Les mangas sont des bandes dessinées source de perversion typiquement nipponne. Ils sont peuplés exclusivement de jeunes filles courtement vêtues à la poitrine proéminente, qui se font violer par des monstres équipés de douzaines de phallus et de tentacules. Les mangas sont également extrêmement, très, très, très, super ultra hyper violents. Donc, tout comme la drogue et la musique emo, les enfants ne doivent pas toucher à ces saletés dégénérées. Les mangas participent massivement à l'échec scolaire, à la désociabilisation, à la perte des repères et des valeurs ainsi qu'à la délinquance.
  • Animes y Mangas dedicados a Mega Man, en este caso también conocido como Rockman.
  • Seekers Manga is a series of manga Seekers book published by TokyoPop.
  • Manga (漫画, Manga) Es la palabra Japonesa para designar a la historieta en general. Fuera de Japón, se utiliza exclusivamente para referirse a los cómics de este país. Se traduce, literalmente, "dibujos caprichosos" o "garabatos". A los profesionales que escriben o dibujan manga se les conoce como Mangaka. Un ejemplo de mangaka sería el gran Akira Toriyama, ya que sin él no podríamos disfrutar entre otras de sus muchas creaciones, del manga Dragon Ball.
  • A pair of young wolves (the ones survived from a slaughter described in the manga) witness the dialogue and wish to reach the Paradise "opened" by the protagonists.
  • Dofus té, no un ni dos, sinó tres mangues basats en els personatges del joc Dofus.
  • The are two manga based on the Klonoa series: * Kaze no Klonoa 4Koma Manga Gekijou * Shippuu Tengoku Kaze no Klonoa
  • Manga is the term for Japanese comic books. Often they are published to be read from right-to-left, although many publishers reverse this when translating into English. Along with anime, manga is responsible for such phenomena as fangirl Japanese and the height rule.
  • A complete list of Kekkaishi's manga volumes and chapters. Official Viz English-translated titles are used once available, otherwise unofficial translator titles are used. Anime equivalents are included where applicable.
  • Code Geass has been adapted into a manga series by publisher Kadokawa Shoten. Several other series serving as sidestories, each containing an alternate timeline, have also been published. The first four of the manga series have been licensed for an English language release in North America by Bandai Entertainment.
  • Con "Manga" puede que te refieras a: * Soul Eater (manga), el manga de la saga de Soul Eater. * Soul Eater Not! (manga), el manga de la saga de Soul Eater Not! (spin-off de Soul Eater).
  • Manga (漫画, まんが) is the Japanese word for comics and print cartoons. Manga is usually black and white comic book which read from right to left. They are published in Japan by various comic magazines, such as TV Magazine and Comic Bom Bom. The Transformers have almost always had a consistent manga series in every line.
  • Written and illustrated by Yukiru Sugisaki, D.N.Angel premiered in Japan in the November 1997 issue of the Kadokawa Shoten magazine Monthly Asuka. New chapters were serialized monthly until Sugisaki put the series on an extended hiatus after the August 2005 issue. The series eventually returned to serialization, starting in the April 2008 issue of Monthly Asuka, where it continues to run. The individual chapters are collected and published in tankōbon volumes by Kadokawa Shoten. The first volume was released on November 13, 1997; as of September 2010, 15 volumes have been released.
  • Case Closed, known as Meitantei Conan (名探偵 コナン, Detective Conan) in Japan, is written by Gosho Aoyama and serialized in Weekly Shōnen Sunday. The series began its serialization in 1994. Shogakukan later collects these chapters in tankōbon bound volumes. Viz Media licenses the Case Closed manga for an English adaptation in North America. Several adaptations based on Case Closed have been made including the anime series and thirteen featured films, with the fourteenth slated for release during the spring of 2010. Shogakukan has collected 707 chapters into 67 tankōbon in Japan. The first volume was released on June 18, 1994, and volume 67 was released on February 18, 2010. In addition, ani-manga tankōbon based on the Case Closed films have been released by Shogakukan, each movie cut into two
  • All three books are published under the title "Soulless," and are differentiated through numbered volumes. There are no further volumes forthcoming, according to Gail Carriger and there is not an intent to adapt Heartless or Timeless. Volume 1 hit the New York Times bestseller list at #2 on March 18, 2012. Volume 2 hit the list at #1 on December 9, 2012, the only of Gail Carriger's titles to reach #1. Volume 3 hit the list at #7 on February 24, 2013. 1. * SOULLESS: THE MANGA Volume 1 2. * SOULLESS: THE MANGA Volume 2 3. * SOULLESS: THE MANGA Volume 3
  • En plus des romans, l'univers étendu de Warcraft comprend plusieurs séries de manga (bande dessinée japonaises) et manhwa (bandes dessinées coréennes). Voici la liste d'entre eux. Note : bien que certains d'entre eux ont des auteurs/dessinateurs américains ou coréens, ces bandes dessinées sont considérées comme "manga" pour plus de facilité.
  • Manga, also known as "漫画", or the best foreign form of the graphic novel, as some would say and be hated for saying, is basically the equivalent of American comic books made by Japanese men who are drinking way too much Saki and eating too much sushi. Its origin dates back to just after World War II. It is uncommonly known that Manga was the result of a Fanboy soldier in an occupation force in Japan sneaking some Wonder Woman comics into the country. Being a fanboy, he's overused the comic to its extremes and had to duct tape the Cover back on. Unfortunately, he duct taped it on backwards.
  • See also: Chapters Soul Eater began as a manga series written and illustrated by Atsushi Ōkubo. The manga initially began as three separate one-shots serialized between June 24, 2003 and November 26, 2003 across two manga magazines published by Square Enix: first in the summer 2003 special edition of Gangan Powered, followed by the autumn 2003 special edition of the same magazine, and finally in Gangan Wing. The manga started regular serialization in Square Enix's Monthly Shōnen Gangan manga magazine on May 12, 2004. The first bound volume was released by Square Enix under their Gangan Comics imprint on June 22, 2004 in Japan, and as of August 12, 2013, all twenty-five volumes have been released in Japan. The manga has been licensed by Yen Press for distribution in English in North America
  • The Saiyuki manga comprises five separate series: * Saiyuki, 9 volumes, complete. This manga was serialized in the shōnen manga magazine Monthly GFantasy. * Saiyuki Reload, 10 volumes, complete. It was serialized in the monthly Japanese shōjo manga magazine Monthly Comic Zero Sum and completed its run in the August edition of 2009 * Saiyuki Offroad, a dream Goku shares with an unknown youkai, in which it is revealed that Goku has a far greater purpose in the story than we yet know. * Saiyuki Reload Blast is currently serialized in Monthly Comic Zero Sum * Saiyuki - Dice of Destiny is a series of illustrations for the manga magazine Zero-Sum Ward while Minekura Kazuya was still in recovery. It is also Saiyuki Reload Blast Vol. 01 Limited edition's Bonus material. *
  • The Gurren Lagann manga was created in October 2007 by Kotaro Mori. Ten volumes were released. The story of the manga follows the same plotline as the anime, however, there are several changes to the layout of events, and the addition of backstories that essentially fills in gaps from the anime. - In the manga, it first shows Yoko fighting the three Gunmen up on the surface which one of them later crashes down into Giha village. - In the manga, the Giha chief's Pig moles are shown in Jiha village as if the Chief has a wall cage for them.
  • thumb|250px|right|Cover des jap. Sammelbandes 01 Die Mangaserie "Bishoujo Senshi Seeraa Muun" wurde kreiert, geschrieben und illustriert von Naoko Takeuchi. Von 1992 bis 1997 erschien die Reihe im monatlicch im Magazin Nakayoshi bei Kodansha. Die einzelnen Kapitel wurden in 18 Sammelbände (Tankobon) zusammen gefasst, wobei der erste Band am 6. Juli 1992 und der letzte am 4. April 1997 in Japan erschien. 2003 erschien in Japan die Shinshouban mit 60 Acts statt 52 Acts im neuen Look. 2013 gab es zum 20. Jahrestag von Sailor Moon eine Kanzenban oder auch Kommplett Edition genannt, mit anderen Covern und nur noch 10 Bände.
  • Manga comics in the Sonic the Hedgehog series include: * Sonic the Hedgehog Story Comic - a three-volume manga released in 1991 to promote the release of Sonic the Hedgehog for the Sega Mega Drive * Sonic the Hedgehog - various similar but unrelated manga, published by Shogakukan and based on a concept by Kenji Terada, 1992-1993: * Shogaku Ninensei (2nd Grade), first published April 1992 * Shogaku Ichinensei (1st Grade) * Shogaku Sannensei (3rd Grade) * Shogaku Gonensei (5th Grade) * Shogaku Rokunensei (6th Grade) * Coro Coro Comics Special * Sonic no Daibouken - illustrated text stories from Shogaku Yonensei (4th Grade) by Shogakukan * Dash & Spin: Chōsoku Sonic - published in Coro Coro Comics Special by Shogakukan, 2001-2005. * Speed Demon! Son
  • Graustreif und Millie.jpeg Der verlorene Krieger.jpg Die Zuflucht des Kriegers.jpg Die Rückkehr des Kriegers.jpeg The Rise of Scourge.jpg Tigerstern und Sasha.jpg Into the Woods.jpg Escape from the Forest.jpg Return to the Clans.png Rabenpfotes Abenteuer.jpg Shattered Peace.png A Clan in Need.jpg The Heart of a Warrior.jpg The Rescue.jpg Beyond the Code.jpg After the Flood.png Manga ist der japanische Begriff für Comics, er wird aber auch für "nicht-japanische" Comics im Manga-Stil verwendet.
  • MaNga are a Turkish rap rock group formed in 2001. They came to public attention after finishing as runner up in a "Sing Your Song" music competition and following this they were signed to Sony Music. Their music has been described as a fusion of hip hop, electronic and Anatolian melodies. In 2009, they won the Best Turkish Act, and subsequently the Best European Act awards at the MTV Europe Music Awards.
  • Tegami Bachi (テガミバチ) is a shōnen manga published by Shueisha in Japan and is currently finished at Volume 20 (100 total chapters). The series is serialized in the magazine Jump SQ (previously now defunct Monthly Shōnen Jump). It is written and illustrated by Hiroyuki Asada, with its story set in a fictional land called "Amberground", where an artificial sun only illuminates the capital of the land, Akatsuki. The story follows the main character Lag Seeing, a letter bee who has a special ability to see the memories of people and items, and his personal dingo Niche on their journeys around Amberground.
  • The manga of Majin Tantei Nōgami Neuro is written and illustrated by Yūsei Matsui and was published in the Japanese-language magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump from Issue 12 of 2005 to Issue 21 of 2009. A total of 202 chapters were released in 23 volumes. Chapters are numbered in the format Chapter X (第X話, Dai X wa). Following the immense success of Matsui's next serialized work, Assassination Classroom, the volumes had been re-released in paperback format.
  • The chapters of the Claymore manga series were written and drawn by Norihiro Yagi and serialized by Shueisha, first in Monthly Shōnen Jump then in its replacement Jump Square. The series follows the adventures of Clare, a Claymore, or half-human, half-yoma hybrid, and her comrades as they fight for survival in a world filled with Yoma, or shapeshifting demons. Viz Media announced the serialization of the Claymore manga in North America on July 18, 2006 at the San Diego Comic-Con International.
  • In Japan erscheinen stets die neuesten D.Gray-Man-Kapitel im Manga-Magazin Weekly Shonen Jump, i.d.R. also ein Kapitel pro Woche (Außnahmen sind, wenn z.B. wegen Feiertagen keine Shonen Jump erscheint). Wegen gesundheitlichen Gründen im Jahre 2008 und 2009 musste Katsura Hoshino den Manga zweimal pausieren. Dadurch entschloss sie sich, den Manga im monatlich erscheinenden Jump Square zu veröffentlichen. In Japan werden sowohl die Shonen Jump als auch die Einzelbände vom Verlag Shueisha vertrieben.
  • Eyeshield 21 is a Japanese manga series written by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Yusuke Murata. The series tells the story of Sena Kobayakawa, an introverted boy who joins an American football club as a secretary, but after being coerced by Yoichi Hiruma, turns out to play wearing an eyeshield and the number 21, under the pseudonym of "Eyeshield 21". Inagaki chose American football as a central subject of Eyeshield 21 after realizing that it fit perfectly with his idea for the series.
  • Manga (Mz. Mango) ist ein von der interessant gezeichneten Zitrusfrucht Mangarine (siehe Bild) abgeleiteter Begriff und bedeutet so viel wie lippenloses, ins Absurde getriebenes Kindchenschema. thumb|right|Zwei Mangarinen mit der typisch bizarren Schalenzeichnung Manga-Figuren haben neben einem Erbschaden, der ihre Pupillen abnorm erweitert, oft etliche weitere Gebrechen, die man sich aus folgender Liste frei kombinieren kann: Mangas kommen aus Japan und bilden neben Schlafwaben, Harakiri und sprechenden Toiletten einen weiteren Exportschlager aus dem Land des ewigen Lächelns.
  • Manga (kanji: 漫画; hiragana: まんが; katakana: マンガ; File:Loudspeaker.svg listen(help·info); English: /ˈmɑːŋɡə/ or /ˈmæŋɡə/) consist of comics and print cartoons (sometimes also called komikku コミック ), in the Japanese language and conforming to the style developed in Japan in the late 19th century. In their modern form, manga date from shortly after World War II, but they have a long, complex pre-history in earlier Japanese art.
  • Los japoneses llaman al manga «imágenes insignificantes». Compran cada año más de mil millones de volúmenes en blanco y negro, impresos en papel barato, del grosor de un libro y con el mismo tipo de formato. Los leen en todas partes: en los trenes de cercanías, en las salas de espera y en los parques. Cada semana salen nuevas entregas, al más puro estilo del folletín, protagonizadas por héroes cuyas aventuras seducen a los lectores durante años.
  • thumb|200px|Z pewnych powodów bohaterki mang rzucają się w oczy... thumb|200px|Zastosowanie mangi w przemyśle chemicznym. Manga (jap. マフヤ, rzadziej マクタサ) – specyficzny styl rysowania komiksów wymyślony przez Japończyków. Rysowanie polega na poświęceniu godziny w celu stworzenia oczu postaci. Następnie ma się dosyć i macha się byle jak kreski zamiast ust. Na podstawie najlepiej sprzedających się mang tworzy się anime. W Polsce wydawaniem mangi zajmują się między innymi Japonica Pierdzi i Fika (JPF), Vaneco, Eggmonth, Adriano Cielencino oraz Szczaisika.
  • Manga 「漫画 Manga?」 es la palabra con la que generalmente se denominan a aquellas historietas contadas en forma de viñetas con diversas ilustraciones en blanco y negro que son un signo de la cultura japonesa. Existen multitud de géneros dentro del manga y que abarcan asimismo la mayor parte del espectro de edades. El manga también tiene una gran relación con el anime, lanzándose con frecuencia en versión animada los mangas más exitosos de la actualidad o viceversa.
  • Existe una gran cantidad de series Pokémon en manga. Los mangas suelen salir en Japón por Shogakukan, y son traducidos al inglés en Norteamérica principalmente por VIZ Media y en los países asiáticos por Chuang Yi. A España llegaron los mangas basados en los primeros juegos de la saga Pokémon Mundo Misterioso regalados como complemento de la revista mensual Jetix. Actualmente Norma Editorial está publicando el manga Pocket Monsters ☆ SPECIAL al completo pero en un menor número de volúmenes, publicando de forma alternativa tomos de los juegos antiguos de los más actuales.
  • Tsubasa ~RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE~ by CLAMP began on May 21, 2003 in Weekly Shônen Magazine nº 25 of the same year. It ended on October 7th 2009, at the 233rd chapter, published in Weekly Shônen Magazine nº 44. There are 232 chapters and a special collected in 28 tankoubons- or volumes. There are two official artbooks, Tsubasa Art Collection -ALBuM De REProDUCTioNS, Tsubasa ALBuM De REProDUCTioNS 2, apart from the CARACTere GuiDE 1 & 2, calendars of TRC & Holic: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008. There are three Drama CDs of TRC & Holic (the fourth on its way) of the so-called Horitsuba Gakuen- an alternate universe created by the authors.
  • This page gives you the opportunity to redirect to the original article that is on Wikipedia or stay on the Crossgen Comics Database. Clicking on the link on this page will redirect to Wikipedia's Manga article. Take me to the [ Manga] article on Wikipedia. Click here to return to the Crossgen Comics Database main page or just hit your browsers back button to return to your previous page. These Redirect pages should be eliminated in either of two ways. * #1 Create a article of our own for this page. * #2 On every page a Manga link exists make a direct link to the original Wikipedia article.
  • Manga are comics or print cartoons that either originate from Japan or conform to a drawing style developed in Japan in the late 19th century shortly after World War II. Originating in Japan, the medium caters to a wide range of audiences and possesses a broad range of genres: Action-Adventure, Romance, Sports and Games, Historical Drama, Comedy, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Mystery, Horror, Sexuality, Parody, and Business/Commerce, among others.
  • Tokyopop released a manga adaptation of the novel by Aya Yoshinaga. The manga was illustrated by Toshihiro Ono and Aya Yoshinaga. Hiroyuki Morioka is also credited on the cover as the original creator. Much like the anime series, it covers three volumes. Dubbed the first part of the Seikai Trilogy, since two other companion manga were also released, adapting Banner of the Stars and Banner of the Stars II:
  • The Wallflower (ヤマトナデシコ七変化 Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge?, lit. Perfect Girl Evolution) is a manga series written by Tomoko Hayakawa. The individual chapters have been serialized in Bessatsu Friend since its premiere in 2000, and in 31 tankōbon volumes in Japan by Kodansha. The series was licensed for an English language release in North America by Del Rey Manga and in Singapore by Chuang Yi, under the name My Fair Lady. Nippon Animation adapted part of the manga series into a twenty-five episode anime series which aired on TV Tokyo and TV Aichi from October 3, 2006 through March 27, 2007.[1][2] The anime adaptation has been licensed for Region 1 release by A.D. Vision,[3] who paid $500,000.[4] In 2008, The WallFlower became one of over 30 ADV titles whose North American rights were transf
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  • Four years ago an incident struck Japan where aliens from another world, dubbed “Neighbors,” invaded, but were thrown down by the special agents at Border who carried futuristic weaponry called “Triggers.” Four years have passed and everyone treats these Neighbor invasions as everyday life with Border coming to save them. Yuma Kuga, a newly transferred student, befriends a border agent in his class, Osamu Mikumo. Together, Yuma and Osamu team up and defeat Neighbors and bullies alike, all the while learning that Yuma himself is a neighbor and Osamu hiding him from border while also teaching him how to fit into Japan. In return, Osamu learns about the different types of Trion soldiers, and Trion in general; however, because of this he has to take the credit of all of Yuma’s actions, which causes more problems when border intervenes.
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  • Dinner Table
Site
  • TokyoPop.com
  • Cryptozoic.com
  • Scrolls Of Lore
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Box Title
  • Seekers Manga
Singer
  • AVANNA, DAINA, DEX, KAITO, OLIVER, GUMI, Anon, Kanon, Megurine Luka and BIG AL
Date
  • 2002-10-04
  • 2007-08-07
  • 2007-10-02
  • 2007-12-04
  • 2008-02-05
  • 2008-04-01
  • 2008-06-03
Startdatum
  • 2008-11-14
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Series
  • Garo: The Makai Flower
Status
  • Inaktiv
Producer
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Introduced
  • 2005-04-01
Name
  • Das -Wiki
Type
  • Literature
  • bnetwowus
  • wikipedia
Airdate
  • 2014-07-14
ENG
NAISBN
  • ISBN 1-4215-1689-6
  • ISBN 1-4215-1690-X
  • ISBN 1-4215-1951-8
  • ISBN 1-4215-2784-7
  • ISBN 1-4215-2785-5
  • ISBN 1-4215-3069-4
  • ISBN 978-1-4215-0067-6
  • ISBN 978-1-4215-0253-3
  • ISBN 978-1-4215-0486-5
  • ISBN 978-1-4215-0487-2
  • ISBN 978-1-4215-0488-9
  • ISBN 978-1-4215-0828-3
  • ISBN 978-1-4215-0829-0
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  • ISBN 978-1-4215-3529-6
  • ISBN 978-1-4215-3530-2
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  • ISBN 978-1-4215-4271-3
  • ISBN 978-1-59116-968-0
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  • Prototype Volume
Title
  • Turcja
  • Demon
  • Enemy
  • Disciple
  • Girlfriend
  • Volume 3
  • Volume 4
  • Assassin
  • Volume 1
  • Volume 2
  • Volume 5
  • Goddess
  • Rival
  • Bandit
  • Castaway
  • Guardian
  • Volume 6
  • Summoner
  • Veteran
  • Priestess
  • Oracle
  • Prophet
  • Friend
  • Lover
  • Bride
  • "Electronic Person" HAL
  • A Pyromaniac Made '')
  • Armored Brothers
  • Becoming Clear "X (Unknown)"
  • Bomb from a Dog
  • Cowboy Bebop Manga
  • Hair, Scissors and a Line to Cut Along
  • Interval of 1 and 0
  • The Brain's Hunger
  • The Songstress of Being Alone
  • With Love from Cells
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  • Prototype
  • Night 100
  • Night 101
  • Night 93
  • *256: Revolution - 回転, "Kaiten" *257: Prodigy - 神童, "Shindō" *258: Power Source - 動力源, "Dōryokugen" *259: No. 3 - 参号, "Sangō" *260: Combatants - 戦闘員, "Sentōin" *261: Power - 力, "Chikara" *262: 100% - 10割, "Jū-wari" *263: Ally and Enemy - 敵味方, "Teki Mikata" *264: Lie - 嘘, "Uso" *265: Zero - 零, "Zero"
  • *236: My People - 周りの人間, "Mawari no Ningen" *237: State of Mind - 心の状態, "Kokoro no Jōtai" *238: 'No Thought' Room - 無想部屋, "Musō Beya" *239: No. 1 - 壱号, "Ichigō" *240: Shimano - 縞野, "Shima No" *241: Setting an Example - 見せしめ, "Miseshime" *242: War - 戦争, "Sensō" *243: Justice - 正義, "Seigi" *244: Plunging - 突入, "Totsunyū" *245: Bull's Eye - 蛇の目, "Ja no Me"
  • *Memories from the Sea *The Horrible Yukie *Battles During Summer Job *Let Me Take Over the Nursing Job *Hurry Up and Catch Hami-kichi! *A Pretty Scary Face *New School Term Visitor *Investigating Yuna *Onee-chan, You're so Strong
  • *096: Funeral - 葬列, "Sōretsu" *097: Together - 一緒に, "Isshoni" *098: A Passage to Kokuboro - 黒芒への道, "Kokubōrō e no Michi" *099: The Crows of Backyard Mountain - 裏山の鴉, "Urasuyama no Kurasu" *100: The Members of the Night Troop - 夜行の面々, "Yakō no Menmen" *101: Skirmishes - 小競り合い, "Kozeriai" *102: Resurgence - 再来, "Sairai" *103: Interception - 迎撃, "Geigeki" *104: Kokuboro's Hostage - 黒芒の俘虜, "Kokubōrō no Furyo" *105: Fighting Alone - 孤軍, "Kogun"
  • *116: Difference - ズレ, "Zure" *117: Advice - 忠告, "Chūkoku" *118: True Power - 真の力, "Shin no Chikara" *119: Escape - 脱出, "Dasshutsu" *120: Way Back - 帰路, "Kiro" *121: Slap - ビンタ, "Binta"
  • *145: The Wrath of Karasumori - 烏森の怒り, "Karasumori no Ikari" *146: Order - 秩序, "Chitsujo" *147: Report - 報告, "Hōkoku" *148: Julia - ジュリア, "Juria" *149: Jealousy - ヤキモチ, "Yakimochi" *150: Love Triangle - 三角関係, "Sankakukankei" *151: It Fell from the Sky! - 落ちてきた!, "Ochitekita!" *152: Water Dragon - 水龍, "Mizu Ryū" *153: The Guilty Party - 犯人, "Han'nin" *154: A Phone Call from Masamori - 兄の電話, "Ani no Denwa"
  • Night 99: The Dark Metal Vessel Again Night 100: Trump Card
  • *126: Jaren - 邪煉, "Jaren" *127: Temptation - 誘惑, "Yūwaku" *128: Confidence - 強気, "Tsuyoki" *129: Master-Servant Contract - 主従契約, "Shujū Keiyaku" *130: Of Kekkai and Zekkai - 結界と絶界, "Kekkai to Zekkai" *131: Unwanted Guest - 迷惑な客, "Meiwaku na Kyaku" *132: Giant Goblin - 大天狗, "Ō-tengu" *133: Lord and Master - 殿, "Dono" *134: Inspection - 査察, "Sasatsu" *Gaiden: Yoshimori's First Battle - [外伝] ~良守の初陣~, "Ryōshu no Uijin"
  • *017: A Day in the Life (Part 1) - 良守の日々 "Yoshimori no Hibi " *018: A Day in the Life (Part 2) - 良守の日々 "Yoshimori no Hibi " *019: A Day in the Life (Part 3) - 良守の日々 "Yoshimori no Hibi " *020: A 400-Year Reunion - 四世紀ぶりの再会 "Shi-Seiki Buri no Saikai" *021: Ginro and Koya - 銀露と鋼夜 "Ginro to Kōya" *022: The Garden - 庭 "Niwa" *023: Mountain Dogs - 山犬たち "Yamainutachi" *024: Parting - 別離 "Betsuri" *025: Resealing - 再封印 "Saifūin" *026: Black Devil - 黒い悪魔 "Kuroi Akuma"
  • *The Frantic Search in Otaru *The Great Otaru Search Part 2 *The Great Otaru Search Part 3 *The Great Otaru Search Part 4 *The Great Otaru Search Part 5 *The Great Otaru Search Part 6 *Mistaken Memories are Cause for Accidents *Natsuo Over Run *Give it up, Natsuo!
  • *076: Caged Bird - 籠の鳥 "Kago no Tori" *077: Atora Hanashima - 花島亜十羅 "Hanashima Atora" *078: Raizo - 雷蔵 "Raizo" *079: Dog Fight - 空中戦 "Kūchūsen" *080: Gagin and Hekian - 牙銀と碧闇 "Gagin to Hekian" *081: A Rat - 鼠 "Nezumi" *082: Assault - 襲撃 "Shūgeki" *083: The Final Journey - 最後の旅路 "Saigo no Tabiji" *084: The Master's Throne - 主の座 "Omo no Ma" *085: Agony - 煩悶 "Hanmon"
  • *195: Descent from the Heavens - 降臨, "Kōrin" *196: Rain - 雨, "Ame" *197: The School is Sinking - 学校沈没, "Gakkō Chinbotsu" *198: Making a Decision - 決断, "Ketsudan" *199: Infamy - 汚名, "Omei" *200: Hida Village - 緋田郷, "Hidagō" *201: Requiem - 供養, "Kuyō" *202: Target - 狙い, "Nerai" *203: Destruction - 崩壊, "Hōkai" *204: The Center of the Power - 力の中心, "Chikara no Chūshin" *205: Guidance - 伝授, "Denju"
  • *046: Observer - 監視者 "Kanshisha" *047: Research - 研究 "Kenkyū" *048: Claw Marks - 爪跡 "Tsumeato" *049: Gen Shishio - 志々尾限 "Shishio Gen" *050: Birthplace - 生家 "Seika" *051: Uninvited Guest - 招かれざる客 "Manekarezaru Kyaku" *052: Masamori and Gen - 正守と限 "Masamori to Gen" *053: Big-Headed Wheel - 大首車 "Daikubi Kuruma" *054: Legitimate Heir - 正統継承者 "Seitō Keishōsha" *055: Reward - 賞金首 "Shōkin Kubi"
  • *135: Boxes - 箱, "Hako" *136: Hostages - 人質, "Hitojichi" *137: No Exit - 出口, "Deguchi" *138: The True Nature of the Box - 箱の正体, "Hako no Shotai" *139: Four Ayakashi - 4体の妖, "4 Karada no Yō" *140: Cocoon - 繭, "Mayu" *141: Kurokabuto - 黒兜, "Kurokabuto" *142: Responsibility - 責任, "Sekinin" *143: Warp - ゆがみ, "Yagami" *144: Total Body - 完全体, "Kansen Karada"
  • *Worried, in Pain, and Stuck in the Middle *Happy Christmas *The Brutal Woman *Happy! Fun? The Big Sky! *Not Exactly a 'Winter Lover' *Not Exactly a 'Winter Lover' *Yukie-chan: Girl in Love *The Graduation Tree *The Real Yuna is Found?
  • *226: Abilities - 実力, "Jitsuryoku" *227: Intruders - 侵入者, "Shin'nyūsha" *228: A Change of Plans - 方針転換, "Hōshin Tenkan" *229: I Just Follow Orders - 命令中心, "Meirei Chūshin" *230: The Unlucky One - 貧乏くじ, "Binbō Kuji" *231: Soji and Gen - 氷浦と志々尾, "Hiura to Shishio" *232: "No Thought" Box - 無想箱, "Musō Bako" *233: Sorcery Unit - まじない班, "Majinai Han" *234: Scream - わがまま, "Wagamama" *235: Vampire - 吸血, "Kyūketsu"
  • Night 101: Dark Djinn Equip
  • Night 102: Extreme Magic
  • Night 102: Two Kings
  • Night 103: King's Qualifications
  • Night 103: Turn of Fate
  • Night 104: All of Me
  • Night 104: The True Nature Of Strength
  • Night 105: Dungeon Conqueror
  • Night 105: Thank You
  • Night 106:
  • Night 106: I Can Still Fight!!
  • Night 107: Fury
  • Night 107: Royal Tomb
  • Night 108: Empty Throne
  • Night 108: Swordsmen
  • Night 109: Genius Night 110: The Fourth Magi
  • Night 109: Seven Seas Alliance
  • Night 10: Duel
  • Night 10: Sabotage
  • Night 110: Decision
  • Night 111: Dungeon Conqueror's Banquet
  • Night 111: Farewell
  • Night 112: Masrur and Sharrkan
  • Night 112: Path
  • Night 113: Curse
  • Night 113: Torran Village
  • Night 114: High King
  • Night 114: Homecoming
  • Night 115: Awakening Blade
  • Night 115: Inside Alibaba
  • Night 116: Turning Point
  • Night 116: Warriors' Joint Fight
  • Night 117: King Solomon
  • Night 117: The Premonition of a New Journey
  • Night 118: The Name Is Judal
  • Night 118: The Reason For Determination
  • Night 119: A Turbulent Invitation
  • Night 119: Pairing Night 120: Zepar
  • Night 11: Contract with Djinn
  • Night 11: Necropolis
  • Night 120: To Parthevia
  • Night 121: Departure
  • Night 121: That Man's Name is...
  • Night 122: Parthevia Empire
  • Night 122: The Journey By Boat
  • Night 123: Pirates
  • Night 123: The Little Emperor
  • Night 124: Time for Fun
  • Night 124: Zagan's Activation
  • Night 125: Breaking Into
  • Night 126: The Pirate's Fortress
  • Night 127: Ice Spear
  • Night 128: Mother
  • Night 129: Independence Night 130: Dark Memories
  • Night 12: Departure
  • Night 12: Place That Strains Life
  • Night 131: Bitter Enemy
  • Night 132: Confession
  • Night 133: Gentle Person
  • Night 134: The Night Before Farewells
  • Night 135: Traveling Alone
  • Night 136: Ren Kouha
  • Night 137: Special Training
  • Night 138: Daily Lessons
  • Night 139: Reim Empire Night 140: Yambala
  • Night 13: Encounter on the Ocean
  • Night 13: Magician of World Creation
  • Night 141: Colosseum
  • Night 142: Fusion
  • Night 143: The High Priestess
  • Night 144: The Great Rift
  • Night 145: Gathering
  • Night 146: One World
  • Night 147: A New Emperor
  • Night 148: Another 6 Months Later
  • Night 14: Lord of the Dungeon
  • Night 14: The Rampaging Unicorn
  • Night 151: Aberrant Magic
  • Night 152: Titus' True Identity
  • Night 153: Mission
  • Night 154: Cooperation
  • Night 155: The 5th Level Authorization District
  • Night 156: Livestock
  • Night 157: Magoi Furnace
  • Night 158: Ideology Reformation
  • Night 15: Clear
  • Night 15: Mahrajan
  • Night 161: Transformation
  • Night 162: The Truth About Mogamett
  • Night 163: Zemi
  • Night 164: The Truth About Titus
  • Night 165: Genesis
  • Night 166: Before the Beginning of the War
  • Night 167: War Cry
  • Night 168: Guardian Deities
  • Night 169: The Power Of The People
  • Night 16: Assassin
  • Night 16: The Promise
  • Night 170: Magic Weapon
  • Night 171: Prey
  • Night 172: Fanalis vs Magicians
  • Night 173: The King of Beasts
  • Night 174: The Power of a Magi
  • Night 175: Fighting Spirit
  • Night 176: Barbatos
  • Night 177: The High Priestess
  • Night 178: The Dark Spot
  • Night 179: Towards the Deepest Sector
  • Night 17: A Place to Risk One's Life
  • Night 17: Day of the Journey
  • Night 180: Kouha Ren. The King Vessel
  • Night 181: Completion
  • Night 182: Amon’s Djinn Equip
  • Night 183: Confrontation
  • Night 184: Titus and Marga
  • Night 185: The Last Power
  • Night 186: Kouen and Alibaba
  • Night 187: The Great Assemble
  • Night 188: The Djinn Warriors
  • Night 189: Ten Thousand
  • Night 18: Dungeon Bares Its Fangs
  • Night 18: Rukh Night 19: The Great Kouga Empire
  • Night 190: Union of Flames
  • Night 191: The One Who Eats Rukh
  • Night 192: Fierce Attacks
  • Night 193: The Treacherous Magi
  • Night 194: The Hour of Downfall
  • Night 195: Full Power
  • Night 196: Hesitation
  • Night 197: The Message
  • Night 198: Welcome Home
  • Night 199: After the War
  • Night 19: The Pursuer and the Pursued
  • Night 1: Badr of Parthevia
  • Night 200: Manly Tears
  • Night 201: The Invitation Letter to Balbadd
  • Night 202: Alibaba's Household
  • Night 203: Madly in Love
  • Night 204: Sinbad and Yunan
  • Night 205: What is a King Vessel?
  • Night 206: An Evening at an Old Friend’s House
  • Night 207: At Cassim's Grave
  • Night 208: The Man Called Ren Koumei
  • Night 209: Unified Ideology
  • Night 20: Encounter
  • Night 20: Slave Hunting
  • Night 210: Conditions
  • Night 211: The Fanalis' Homeland
  • Night 212: Dirty Hands
  • Night 213: The Summit
  • Night 214: The Homeland Where He Was Born
  • Night 215: Legend
  • Night 216: His Name is Solomon
  • Night 217: The Other Species
  • Night 218: The Great Sinners
  • Night 219: Solomon's Real Identity
  • Night 21: Legend
  • Night 21: Sham Lash
  • Night 220: Something in Common
  • Night 221: Lovesickness
  • Night 222.5: David's Prophetic Writing
  • Night 222: Mother Dragon
  • Night 223: Close
  • Night 224: Courtship
  • Night 225: The Future
  • Night 226: King Solomon
  • Night 227: The Decisive Final Battle
  • Night 228: David's Plan
  • Night 229: The World's Strongest Magician
  • Night 22: The Djinn from the 6th Dungeon
  • Night 22: War
  • Night 230: David and Solomon
  • Night 231: To the World in Another Dimension
  • Night 232: Solomon's World
  • Night 233: The Rebellion Against The Light
  • Night 234: The Revolt of the Eight-Pointed Star
  • Night 235: The Return of Solomon
  • Night 236: Solomon's Avatar
  • Night 237: How The New World Came To Be
  • Night 238: Aladdin's Suggestion
  • Night 239: Expectations of the Three Countries
  • Night 23: The Home Of Souls
  • Night 23: Valefor's Trial
  • Night 240: The Black Magi's Answer
  • Night 241: Different Decisions
  • Night 242: Hakuryuu's Determination
  • Night 243: The Djinn of Truth and Conviction
  • Night 244: The Black King Vessel
  • Night 245: The Power of the New Djinn
  • Night 246: The Admonition of Phenex
  • Night 247: The Decisive Battle at the Capital
  • Night 248: Judar's Trump Card
  • Night 249: Hakuryuu's Resolve
  • Night 24: A Glimpse of the Supreme King
  • Night 24: Dungeon Capturer
  • Night 250: The New Emperor
  • Night 251: Hakuryuu's Imperial Edict
  • Night 252: The Reunion of Two King Vessels
  • Night 253: An Unyielding Battle
  • Night 254: The Determination to Not Turn Back
  • Night 255: The Power of Omniscience
  • Night 256: The Invisible Power
  • Night 257: Belial's Djinn Equip
  • Night 259: The End of the King Vessel
  • Night 25: Dark Beast
  • Night 25: Paimon
  • Night 260: The Extreme Power of Magic
  • Night 261: After the Deathmatch
  • Night 262: Knowing Good From Evil
  • Night 263: Aladdin's Will
  • Night 264: Alibaba's Whereabouts
  • Night 265: Prelude to War
  • Night 266: Encounter with the Unknown
  • Night 267: The Night Before The Decisive Battle
  • Night 268: The Battle of Kanan
  • Night 269: The Duty of a General
  • Night 26: First Harpoon
  • Night 26: Guide
  • Night 270: Encirclement Strategy
  • Night 271: Breaking Through The Enemy's Formation
  • Night 272: The Battle of the Households
  • Night 273: The Original Plan
  • Night 274: The Course of the War is Reversed
  • Night 275: The Bottom of the World
  • Night 276: The Will of God
  • Night 277: The Desired World
  • Night 278: Confrontation Between Brothers
  • Night 279: The Winner and the Loser
  • Night 27: Falling into Depravity
  • Night 27: The Scar That Can't Disappear
  • Night 280: The Execution
  • Night 281: The Course of Vengeance
  • Night 282: A New Act Begins
  • Night 283: Alibaba's Return
  • Night 284: Changes to the World
  • Night 285: In the Trading Company Headquarters
  • Night 286: The World Innovator
  • Night 287: The Journey to Rakushou
  • Night 288: The New World Under Strain
  • Night 289: Alibaba's Power
  • Night 28: Return of the Warrior
  • Night 290: Reunion with A Friend
  • Night 291: Direct Negotiations
  • Night 292: The Beginning of the Counterattack
  • Night 293: The First Signs of Kou's Revival
  • Night 294: The Leftover Assets
  • Night 295: The Strategist's Secret Plan
  • Night 296: Towards His Hometown
  • Night 297: The Plan's Chances of Success
  • Night 298: As One Who Stands at the Top
  • Night 299: Reim's Way of Doing Things
  • Night 29: Dream
  • Night 2: Expatriot
  • Night 300: To Each His Own Path
  • Night 301: As a Delegate
  • Night 302: Rivals
  • Night 303: The Battle of the New Era
  • Night 304: A Voice from Beyond
  • Night 305: Incompatible Intentions
  • Night 306: Arba's Intentions
  • Night 307: Preparations Complete
  • Night 308: The Guardian
  • Night 309: Yunan vs Arba
  • Night 30: First Time Trading
  • Night 30: Miracle
  • Night 310: The Results of Training
  • Night 311: The Rematch
  • Night 312: The Showdown with Al Thamen
  • Night 313: Arba's Tenacity
  • Night 314: Reunion, and then...
  • Night 315: Making the Rounds
  • Night 316: David's Whispers
  • Night 317: Sinbad's Bonds
  • Night 318: The Board of Directors' Response
  • Night 319: Kougyoku's Gratitude
  • Night 31: Banquet
  • Night 31: Friend
  • Night 320: Arba's Proposal
  • Night 321: Sinbad's Smile
  • Night 322: To the Summit
  • Night 323: The Adventure Never Ends
  • Night 324: The Gods' Multi-Layered Structure
  • Night 325: The Sage Who Served the King
  • Night 326: A Very Bad Feeling
  • Night 327: Dumped
  • Night 328: A Shared Hope
  • Night 32: King Rashid's Trial
  • Night 32: Road to Balbadd
  • Night 33: His Name is Sinbad
  • Night 33: Moon
  • Night 34: Answer
  • Night 34: Sindria Trading Company
  • Night 35: Adventure of Drakon 1
  • Night 35: The Fog Dissipates
  • Night 36: Adventure of Drakon 2
  • Night 36: The Fog Troupe
  • Night 37: Adventure of Drakon 3
  • Night 37: Moon Watching
  • Night 38: Adventure of Drakon 4
  • Night 38: Junkyard Street Night 39: Incident
  • Night 39: The Pure Land
  • Night 3: Aladdin and Alibaba
  • Night 3: An Unknown World
  • Night 40: Rest Assured
  • Night 40: The Warrior of Guidance
  • Night 41: Attack
  • Night 41: Duel Ceremony
  • Night 42: Alibaba and Sinbad
  • Night 42: Metal Vessel Alloces
  • Night 43: Alibaba and Ahbmad
  • Night 43: Baal vs Alloces
  • Night 44: Black Sun
  • Night 44: Father and Son
  • Night 45: A Promise
  • Night 45: His Name Is Judar
  • Night 46: Fellow Companions when Traveling
  • Night 46: Two "Magi"
  • Night 47: City of the Sky
  • Night 47: Magic
  • Night 48: Ugo
  • Night 48: Valley of the Dead
  • Night 49: A New Visitor
  • Night 49: To Live
  • Night 4: Dungeon Diving
  • Night 4: Precious Lessons
  • Night 50: Melee
  • Night 50: The Wind of Fate
  • Night 51: After the Battle
  • Night 51: Escape
  • Night 52: Alibaba and Sahbmad
  • Night 52: Metal Vessel Cerberus
  • Night 53: Savior
  • Night 53: The Power of Valefor
  • Night 54: Duty
  • Night 54: Magi
  • Night 55: Determination
  • Night 55: The Little Princess of Artemyra
  • Night 56: A Visitor
  • Night 56: The Djinn's Metal Vessel
  • Night 57: Dowry
  • Night 57: The Reminiscences of Drakon 1
  • Night 58: Djinn Equip
  • Night 58: The Reminiscences of Drakon 2
  • Night 59: Assault
  • Night 59: The Reminiscences of Drakon 3
  • Night 5: Adventure
  • Night 5: Dungeon
  • Night 60: Repeated Showdown
  • Night 60: Special
  • Night 61: Mariadel Trading Company
  • Night 61: Rebellion
  • Night 62: Alibaba's Answer
  • Night 62: Transaction
  • Night 63: Alibaba's Sophism
  • Night 63: Departure
  • Night 64: Ria Venus Island
  • Night 64: The Republic of Balbadd
  • Night 65: Cassim's Reply
  • Night 65: Gladiator
  • Night 66: Holy Palace's Aladdin
  • Night 66: Slave
  • Night 67: Acting Head
  • Night 67: Clash
  • Night 68: Slave Trader
  • Night 68: The Black Rukh's Djinn
  • Night 69: King's Advice
  • Night 69: The Will of Revolution Night 70: Bird
  • Night 6: Military Service
  • Night 6: The Dungeon's Center
  • Night 70: Ray of Hope
  • Night 71:
  • Night 71: Alibaba
  • Night 72: Pride
  • Night 72: Wisdom of Solomon
  • Night 73: One Hand of the Counterattack
  • Night 73: Rukh's Will
  • Night 74: Promised Cup
  • Night 74: Something Sublime
  • Night 75: Cassim
  • Night 75: Each's Prediction
  • Night 76: Contract
  • Night 76: Smile
  • Night 77: Sindria Kingdom
  • Night 77: Unrest
  • Night 78: Beacon of Rebellion
  • Night 78: Magicians
  • Night 79: Alibaba's Sword Night 80: Eight Generals
  • Night 79: Unclean Hands
  • Night 7: Dungeon's Menace
  • Night 7: The King's Power
  • Night 80: Traitor
  • Night 81: Mahrajan's Night
  • Night 81: Welcome Back
  • Night 82: A Big Country
  • Night 82: View of the Family Head
  • Night 83: Everyone's Daily Life
  • Night 83: Not so Different
  • Night 84: Each One's Determination
  • Night 84: Kougyoku And Sinbad
  • Night 85: Country Making
  • Night 85: The Culprit Is?
  • Night 86: Balbadd
  • Night 86: His Name is Ren Hakuryuu
  • Night 87: The Royal Prince and the Imperial Prince
  • Night 87: Travel Companions
  • Night 88: Heliohapt
  • Night 88: The Voyage Towards Zagan
  • Night 89: To the Royal Palace
  • Night 8: Aladdin's True Identity Night 9: Tyrant
  • Night 8: Dungeon's Song
  • Night 90: Curse
  • Night 91: Inside of Zagan
  • Night 91: True Identity of the Curse
  • Night 92: Two Princes
  • Night 92: Zagan Appears
  • Night 93: Har-Har Rasas
  • Night 94: Sixteenth Dungeon
  • Night 94: Your Power
  • Night 95: Weakling
  • Night 95: Zepar's Trial
  • Night 96: Hinahoho Versus Mystras
  • Night 96: Zagan's Magic
  • Night 97: Activation
  • Night 97: Masrur Versus Ja'far
  • Night 98: Assassin
  • Night 98: Masrur's Power
  • Night 99: Ja'far
  • Night 9: Sinbad the Sailor
  • Outside (Bangaihen)
  • *286: The Lord - お殿様, "Otono-sama" *287: The Castle Keep - 天守閣, "Tenshukaku" *288: Laughter - 笑い声, "Waraigoe" *289: Tag - 鬼ごっこ, "Onigokko" *290: The Time Has Come - その時, "Sono Toki" *291: Far Away - 遠くへ, "Tōku e" *292: The New Karasumori Castle - 新烏森城, "Shin Karasumorijō" *293: Kumon - 九門, "Kumon" *294: Door - 扉, "Tobira" *295: Phase Two - 第2段階, "Dai-ni Dankai"
  • *316: Fate - 因果, "Inga" *317: Father and Son - 父と子, "Chichi to Ko" *318: The Return of the King - 風向き, "Kazamuki" *319: Nura Kidoin - 鬼童院ぬら, "Kidoin Nura" *320: The Thunder God - 雷神, "Raijin" *321: Comrades - 同志, "Dōshi" *322: Smile - 笑顔, "Egao" *323: Hakuma - 覇久魔, "Hakuma" *324: The Mission - 使命, "Shimei" *325: Infiltration - 潜入, "Sennyū"
  • *185: Conspiracy of Wind - 風の謀略, "Kaze no Bōryaku" *186: Watchdog - 番人, "Bannin" *187: Deal - 取引, "Torihiki" *188: Elder Brother's Wish - 兄の望み, "Ani no Nozomi" *189: Masamori vs. the Ogis - 正守対扇, "Masamori Tsui Ōgi" *190: Giant Tornado - 巨大竜巻, "Kyodai Tatsumaki" *191: Flesh - 肉塊, "Nikukai" *192: Youth - 若さ, "Wakasa" *193: Worry - 本気で心配, "Honki de Shinpai" *194: Left Behind - おいてけぼり, "Oitekebori"
  • *246: Cruel Future - 残酷な未来, "Zankoku na Mirai" *247: A Certain Person - ある人物, "Arujinbutsu" *248: Perfect Form - 完成形, "Kansei Katachi" *249: Grim Reaper - 死神, "Shinigami" *250: Common Ground - 共通点, "Kyōtsuuten" *251: Excess Power - 過剰な力, "Kajō na Chikara" *252: Special One - 特別な人間, "Tokubetsu na Ningen" *253: Assignment & Promise - 任務と約束, "Ninmu to Yakusoku" *254: Condition - 条件, "Jōken" *255: Clowns - ピエロ, "Piero"
  • *296: Trap - 罠, "Wana" *297: The Founder - 開祖, "Kaiso" *298: Resurrection - 再生, "Saisei" *299: Ambition - 野心, "Yashin" *300: Arashizaki Shrine - 嵐座木神社, "Arashizaki Jinja" *301: Shinkai - 真界, "Shinkai" *302: Serious - 本気, "Honki" *303: The King - 王様, "Ou-sama" *304: The Vessel - 器, "Utsuwa" *305: Hatred - 憎悪, "Zouo"
  • *206: Special Investigation Unit - 特捜班, "Tokusō Han" *207: Headless Island - 断頭島, "Dantō Shima" *208: Interrogation - 詰問, "Kitsumon" *209: Escape - 逃走, "Tōsō" *210: Island Manhunt - 島狩り, "Shima Kari" *211: Setting a Fire - 着火, "Chakka" *212: Rat Run- 抜け道, "Nukemichi" *213: Judgment - 判断, "Handan" *214: True Nature - 本性, "Honshō" *215: Resistance - 抵抗, "Teikō"
  • *001: Yoshimori and Tokine - 良守と時音 "Yoshimori to Tokine" *002: Scars - 傷 "Kizu" *003: Yoshimori's Ambition - 良守の野望 "Yoshimori no Yabō" *004: Human Ghost - 人間霊 "Ningenrei" *005: Nutrients - 養分 "Yōbun" *006: A Dangerous Man - 危険な男 "Kiken na Otoko" *007: Flower of Passion - 情熱の花 "Jōnetsu no Hana"
  • *056: Curtain Call - 最後の称賛"Saigo no Shōsan" *057: Prince of Central East High - 中高のプリンス"Chūkou no Purinsu" *058: Kimiya Hachioji - 八王子君也"Hachioji Kimiya" *059: Karasumori's No. 1 - 烏森で一番"Karasumori de Ichiban" *060: Grandpa's Night - じじいの夜"Jijii no Yoru" *061: Council of Twelve - 十二人会"Jūnininkai" *062: Forever... - ずっと... "Zutto..." *063: Declaring War - 宣戦"Sensen" *064: Negotiation - 交渉"Kōshō" *065: Black Fire - 火黒"Kaguro"
  • Night 159: The Magician's Solitude Night 160: The Magician's Country
  • *216: Yashiro - 夜城, "Yashiro" *217: Reform - 変革, "Henkaku" *218: Reliance - わがまま, "Wagamama" *219: Big-Hearted - 包容力, "Hōyōryoku" *220: Distraction- 邪念, "Janen" *221: Fissure - 地割れ, "Jiware" *222: Helper - 助っ人, "Suketto" *223: Souji Hiura - 氷浦蒼士, "Sōji Hiura" *224: Special Site - 小一宮, "Shōichi Miya" *225: Illusion - 幻影, "Gen'ei"
  • *027: Resonance (Part 1) - 残響 "Zankyō " *028: Resonance (Part 2) - 残響 "Zankyō " *029: Resonance (Part 3) - 残響 "Zankyō " *030: Big Brother and Little Brother - 兄と弟 "Ani to Otōto" *031: Masamori Sumimura - 墨村正守 "Sumimura Masamori" *032: Houin - 方印 "Hōin" *033: Running Forest - 走る森 "Hashiru Mori" *034: Over the Sky - 空の上にて "Sora no Ue nite" *035: Resolution - 決意 "Ketsui" *Mini Gaiden
  • Night 149: Titus Alexius Night 150: Aladdin vs Titus
  • *122: A Visitor - 来訪者, "Raihōsha" *123: Kiyoko - キヨコ, "Kiyoko" *124: A Stake - 釘, "Kugi" *125: Master and Disciple - 師匠と弟子, "Shishō to Deshi
  • *When He Tries on a Swimsuit *Rina's Feelings *Please Fulfill my Wish *Transformation *The Sports Queen *The Sports Queen Part 2 *A Valuable Gift *Let's Meet at the Temple *Rumble the Temple! *The Real Yuna is Found?
  • *086: Baby Steps - 胎動 "Taidō" *087: Portable Throne - 動座 "Dōza" *088: Attack of the Kokuboro - 黒芒楼襲来 "Kokubōrō Shūrai" *089: Pandemonium - 百鬼夜行 "Hyakkiyagyō" *090: Alliance - 連携 "Renkei" *091: Flame Monster - 炎鬼 "Honoo Oni" *092: Total Transformation - 完全変化 "Kanzen Henka" *093: Omen - 兆し "Kizashi" *094: Sea of Flame - 火の海 "Hi no Umi" *095: Eternity - 永遠に "Eien ni"
  • *106: The Castle - 城, "Shiro" *107: Rescue - 救出, "Shūshutsu" *108: Byaku and Matsudo- 白と松戸, "Byaku to Matsudo" *109: Hollow Man - 空っぽの男, "Karappo no Otoko" *110: Advance Payment - 前払い, "Maebarai" *111: Aihi - 藍緋, "Aihi" *112: Flower Ayakashi - 妖花, "Yō Hana" *113: The Man Who Would Not Die - 死ねない男, "Shinenai Otoko" *114: Outside the Other World - 異界の外, "Ikai no Soto" *115: Achilles Heel - 弱点, "Jakuten"
  • *175: Compression - 圧縮, "Asshuku" *176: Prophecy - 予言, "Yogen" *177: Psychic Saki - 巫女サキ, "Miko Saki" *178: Crow - カラス, "Karasu" *179: Seclusion - 山籠り, "Yamagomori" *180: Tobimaru - 飛丸, "Tobimaru" *181: Investigation - 調査, "Chōsa" *182: A Visit - 訪問, "Hōmon" *183: Wind Wizard - 風使い, "Kaze Tsukai" *184: Deity Slayer - 神殺し, "Kami Koroshi"
  • *036: What is Karasumori? - なんなんだ? "Nan Nanda?" *037: Lord Uro - ウロ様 "Uro-sama" *038: Colorless Marsh - 無色沼 "Mushoku Numa" *039: Divine Field - 神の領域 "Kami no Ryōiki" *040: Footprints of the Divine - 神様の足跡 "Kami-sama no Ashiato" *041: Toshimori's Days - 利守の日々 "Toshimori no Hibi" *042: Secrets - 隠し事 "Kakushikoto" *043: Feathers - 羽 "Hane" *044: White Feather Kids - 白羽児 "Shiraha Ji" *045: Tokine's Arrow - 時音の矢 "Tokine no Ya"
  • *276: Beyond Human Capability - 人の枠, "Hito no Waku" *277: White Zekkai - 白い絶界, "Shiroi Zekkai" *278: Dawn - 夜明け, "Yoake" *279: Apprehension - 心配, "Shinbai" *280: Awakening - 目覚め, "Mezame" *281: The Ogi Men - 扇の男, "Ōgi no Otoko" *282: Record Keeper - 記録係, "Kirokugakari" *283: Suigetsu - 水月, "Suigetsu" *284: Homecoming - 帰還, "Kikan" *285: The Last Night - 最後の夜, "Saigo no Yoru"
  • Night 28: The "Fanalis" Warrior Clan Night 29: Slave
  • *008: Yukimura Tokio - 雪村時雄 "Yukimura Tokio" *009: Demon Tamer - 鬼使い "Onitsukai" *010: Memories and Hatred - 追憶と憎悪 "Tsuioku to Zōo" *011: Promise - 誓い "Chikai" *012: Yoshimori vs. Yoki - 良守vsヨキ "Yoshimori baasasu Yoki" *013: Shadow Organization - 裏会 "Urakai" *014: That's All - ただそれだけ "Tadasoredake" *015: Cold Weather Cherry Blossoms (Part 1) - 寒桜 "Kanzakura " *016: Cold Weather Cherry Blossoms (Part 2) - 寒桜 "Kanzakura "
  • Night 89: The Best Thing I Can Do Now Night 90: Another Dungeon
  • Night 1: His Name Is Aladdin Night 2: His Name Is Alibaba
  • *326: Persuasion - 説得, "Settoku" *327: Utsusemi - 空身, "Utsusemi" *328: The Night Before - 前夜, "Zenya" *329: The Truth - 真実, "Shinjitsu" *330: Battle Start - 開戦, "Kaisen" *331: Ogre Princess - 鬼姫, "Oni Hime" *332: Guidance - 導き, "Michibiki" *333: The Plan - 計画, "Keikaku" *334: Tsukihisa - 月久, "Tsukihisa" *335: A Sudden Change - 急転, "Kyūten"
  • *155: Abyss - 淵, "Fuchi *156: Deity Tan-Yu - 淡幽, "Tan'yū" *157: Mudo - 無道, "Mudō" *158: Old Ally - 盟友, "Meiyū" *159: Genuine Zekkai - 本物の絶界, "Honmono no Zekkai" *160: Immortality - 不死, "Fushi" *161: Imperfection - 矯正, "Kyōsei" *162: Masamori's Choice - 兄の選択, "Ani no Sentaku" *163: The Guardian Deity's Power - 主の力, "Omo no Chikara" *164: Envy - 嫉妬, "Shitto"
  • *An Impossible Journey is About to Begin *Femininity *Sisters' Everyday Life *Downfall of the Body Examination *Mid-Term Wars *Mid-Term Wars Part 2 *Manabe = pi r^2 *Confidence *Okinawa Trip
  • *266: Ultimate Mind Emptying - 極限無想, "Kyokugen Musō" *267: Magic Spell Neutralization - まじない破り, "Majinai Yaburi" *268: Magic Spell Neutralized - まじない殺し,"Majinai Goroshi" *269: Face-to-Face - 一対一, "Sashi" *270: Let's Make a Deal - 契約成立, "Keiyaku Seiritsu" *271: Denial - 拒絶, "Kyozetsu" *272: Prepared to Be Equal - 同等の覚悟, "Dōtō no Kakugo" *273: Karasumori - 烏森, "Karasumori" *274: True End - 本当の終わり, "Hontō no Owari" *275: Grim Reaper - 災いの神, "Wasawai no Kami"
  • *The Cute Lily With Thorns *The Shocking Nozomi House *Change · Change · Change *Pretty Face *I Always Wanted to Tell Her *By Your Side, With This Face *Bonus Story - The Class Trip from Hell
  • *336: Falsification - 改竄, "Kaizan" *337: Message - 伝言, "Dengon" *338: Judgment - 審判, "Shinpan" *339: Last Moments - 最期, "Saigo" *340: Reassignment - 鞍替え, "Kuragae" *341: One's Role - 役割, "Yakuwari" *342: Creation - 創造, "Sōzō" *343: Sumiko - 守美子, "Sumiko" *344: Parting - 別れ, "Wakare" *345: End - 終章 , "Shūshō "
  • *165: A Promise - 約束, "Yakusoku" *166: Traitor - 裏切り者, "Uragirimono" *167: Mind Reading - 読心, "Dokushin" *168: Intelligence Unit - 諜報班, "Chōhō Han" *169: Sen Kagemiya - 影宮閃, "Kagemiya Sen" *170: They Came Flying - 飛来, "Hirai" *171: Undercover Action - 隠密行動, "Onmitsu Kōdō" *172: Panic - 恐慌, "Kyōkō" *173: Four Kekkaishi - 集結, "Shūketsu" *174: Cubic Formation - 四師方陣, "Yonshi Hōjin"
  • *306: Territory - 縄張り, "Nawabari" *307: Invasion - 侵攻, "Shinkō" *308: Casting - 狙い, "Nerai" *309: Defeat - 戦争, "Sensō" *310: Attack on the Shadow Organization HQ - 総本部襲撃, "Sōhonbu Shūgeki" *311: All-Out War - 総力戦, "Sōryokusen" *312: Underdog - 敗残, "Haizan" *313: Tsukikage - 月影, "Tsukikage" *314: God-Forsaken Child - 忌み子, "Imiko" *315: The Flow of Power - 注がれる力, "Sosogareru Chikara"
  • Night 258: The Decisive Battle Between Extreme Magic
  • *066: Three Dimensions - 三次元 "Sanjigen" *067: Indebted - 借り "Kari" *068: Elegance - 美学 "Bigaku" *069: No, Not That One - ダメだよ "Dame da yo" *070: The Best Man for the Job - 適任 "Tekinin" *071: Four Years Ago (Part 1) - 4年前 "4 Nen Mae " *072: Four Years Ago (Part 2) - 4年前 "4 Nen Mae " *073: Four Years Ago (Part 3) - 4年前 "4 Nen Mae " *074: The Ougi Clan - 扇一族 "Ōgi Ichizoku" *075: Decision - 決定 "Kettei"
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  • Written and illustrated by Yukiru Sugisaki, D.N.Angel premiered in Japan in the November 1997 issue of the Kadokawa Shoten magazine Monthly Asuka. New chapters were serialized monthly until Sugisaki put the series on an extended hiatus after the August 2005 issue. The series eventually returned to serialization, starting in the April 2008 issue of Monthly Asuka, where it continues to run. The individual chapters are collected and published in tankōbon volumes by Kadokawa Shoten. The first volume was released on November 13, 1997; as of September 2010, 15 volumes have been released. Tokyopop licensed the series for an English-language release in North America and the United Kingdom, with the first volume of the series released there on April 6, 2004. On November 8, 2005, Tokyopop released a box set containing the first two volumes of the series. A total of 13 volumes have been translated and released as of December 8, 2009. However, Tokyopop announced that its North American division would closing on May 31, 2011, leaving the fate of the manga's localization in question. In August 2003, while the primary series was on hiatus, a second manga series, D.N.Angel TV Animation Series began serialization in Monthly Asuka. Also written by Sugisaki, the short series was based on the anime adaptation, which had diverged from the storyline of the manga series. D.N.Angel TV Animation Series finished its serialization in the October 2003 issue. It was published in two tankōbon volumes by Kadokawa Shoten.
  • Every few years, the prestigious Seiso Academy holds a prominent musical competition, and only the very best students at the Academy are allowed to participate. Though all are eligible to apply, only students from the music department actually make it to the competition...until now.
  • Case Closed, known as Meitantei Conan (名探偵 コナン, Detective Conan) in Japan, is written by Gosho Aoyama and serialized in Weekly Shōnen Sunday. The series began its serialization in 1994. Shogakukan later collects these chapters in tankōbon bound volumes. Viz Media licenses the Case Closed manga for an English adaptation in North America. Several adaptations based on Case Closed have been made including the anime series and thirteen featured films, with the fourteenth slated for release during the spring of 2010. Shogakukan has collected 707 chapters into 67 tankōbon in Japan. The first volume was released on June 18, 1994, and volume 67 was released on February 18, 2010. In addition, ani-manga tankōbon based on the Case Closed films have been released by Shogakukan, each movie cut into two parts. Viz Media released 33 volumes of the English adaptation of the manga, with volume 1 released on September 7, 2004, and volume 33 released on January 19, 2010. Viz continued to release the series bimonthly until January 2010, after which, it has switched to trimonthly.
  • The Gurren Lagann manga was created in October 2007 by Kotaro Mori. Ten volumes were released. The story of the manga follows the same plotline as the anime, however, there are several changes to the layout of events, and the addition of backstories that essentially fills in gaps from the anime. - In the manga, it first shows Yoko fighting the three Gunmen up on the surface which one of them later crashes down into Giha village. - In the manga, the Giha chief's Pig moles are shown in Jiha village as if the Chief has a wall cage for them. - In the manga, the village chief doesn't talk back to Kamina from him mentioning that there is a surface after all and that the Gunman that fell from the surface. - In the manga, Kamina catches Yoko in his hands around right after discovering Lagann. - In the manga, Kamina is shown asking the girls that bothered Simon earlier to come to the surface with him while riding Pig moles, in the past somewhere before the events of Episode 1. Possibly referring that he's already tried using Pig moles to escaped to the surface but has failed before doing so. - In the manga, The Black Siblings appear earlier than in the anime; showing up even before Team Gurren encounters Viral and his gunman Enki. - In the manga, the uncensored version of Episode 6 was the basis of the hot springs scene, albeit the fact that it was shortened and altered slightly.
  • Manga is a Japanese style of comic book. Manga and its Mangaka's are the main focus of Bakuman.
  • The Kyou Kara MA no Tsuku Jiyuugyou! (今日から㋮のつく自由業!) manga is illustrated by Matsumoto Temari and written by Takabayashi Tomo. It is published every month in Asuka Magazine. __TOC__
  • The manga of Majin Tantei Nōgami Neuro is written and illustrated by Yūsei Matsui and was published in the Japanese-language magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump from Issue 12 of 2005 to Issue 21 of 2009. A total of 202 chapters were released in 23 volumes. Chapters are numbered in the format Chapter X (第X話, Dai X wa). Following the immense success of Matsui's next serialized work, Assassination Classroom, the volumes had been re-released in paperback format. The kana readings do not necessarily match the kanji in the episode titles by pronunciation or definition. The given romaji pronunciations for the episode titles are based on their kana only, due to the absence of furigana for the kanji. Alternate titles are indicated in parentheses when the kana differ in definition from the kanji. Even if the kana and kanji match in definition, they still may not necessarily match each other by pronunciation.
  • The Warcraft manga is a line of comics from various artists (including Korean-language manga, or manhwa). So far several series have been released primarily by TokyoPop.
  • Manga is the Japanese comics. It is read from right to left.
  • En contexto ferroviario una manga (de manguera) es un tubo de goma o plástico que protege cables eléctricos. Generalmente se usa para "mangas" de conexión entre coches o vagones (para calefacción, energía, comunicaciones).
  • thumb|300px El manga de Rozen Maiden, creado por Peach-Pit, comenzó a publicarse en septiembre de 2002 en la revista Monthly Comic Birz. Contó con 8 volumenes, el último publicado en junio de 2007. Una secuela del manga, conocida como Rozen Maiden Tales, se publicó desde diciembre de 2008 hasta julio de 2013.
  • The first chapter of Matsuri Hino's Vampire Knight premiered in the January 2005 issue of LaLa, where the series is still running. The individual chapters are being collected and published in tankōbon volumes by Hakusensha, with eight volumes released in Japan as of October 2008. The series is licensed for an English language release in North America by Viz Media. In addition to publishing the individual volumes, the series is being serialized in Viz's Shojo Beat manga anthology. The first chapter was published in July 2006 and it is still on-going. It is licensed for English release in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment, which has released seven volumes as of October 2008.
  • There are several manga adaptations of Last Exile. Last Exile - Fam, The Silver Wing (Last Exile - Ginyoku no Fam) -- A direct adaptation of the anime Last Exile - Fam, The Silver Wing into manga form. Last Exile - Travelers From the Hourglass (Last Exile - Sunadokei no Tabibito) -- A spinoff manga set during the end of Last Exile and beginning of Fam which follows Claus and Lavie.
  • Manga comics in the Sonic the Hedgehog series include: * Sonic the Hedgehog Story Comic - a three-volume manga released in 1991 to promote the release of Sonic the Hedgehog for the Sega Mega Drive * Sonic the Hedgehog - various similar but unrelated manga, published by Shogakukan and based on a concept by Kenji Terada, 1992-1993: * Shogaku Ninensei (2nd Grade), first published April 1992 * Shogaku Ichinensei (1st Grade) * Shogaku Sannensei (3rd Grade) * Shogaku Gonensei (5th Grade) * Shogaku Rokunensei (6th Grade) * Coro Coro Comics Special * Sonic no Daibouken - illustrated text stories from Shogaku Yonensei (4th Grade) by Shogakukan * Dash & Spin: Chōsoku Sonic - published in Coro Coro Comics Special by Shogakukan, 2001-2005. * Speed Demon! Sonic Dash! - written by Kiyo Yamahara * Various Sonic manga from Dengeki Nintendo DS: * Sonic Unleashed * Sonic and the Black Knight * Sonic Chronicles * Sonic Colors * Sonic Generations
  • Manga (kanji: 漫画; hiragana: まんが; katakana: マンガ; File:Loudspeaker.svg listen(help·info); English: /ˈmɑːŋɡə/ or /ˈmæŋɡə/) consist of comics and print cartoons (sometimes also called komikku コミック ), in the Japanese language and conforming to the style developed in Japan in the late 19th century. In their modern form, manga date from shortly after World War II, but they have a long, complex pre-history in earlier Japanese art. In Japan, people of all ages read manga. The genre includes a broad range of subjects: action-adventure, romance, sports and games, historical drama, comedy, science fiction and fantasy, mystery, horror, sexuality, and business/commerce, among others. Since the 1950s, manga have steadily become a major part of the Japanese publishing industry, representing a 406 billion yen market in Japan in 2007 (approximately $3.6 billion). Manga have also become increasingly popular worldwide. In 2008, the U.S. and Canadian manga market was $175 million. Manga are typically printed in black-and-white, although some full-color manga exist (e.g. Colorful). In Japan, manga are usually serialized in telephone book-size manga magazines, often containing many stories, each presented in a single episode to be continued in the next issue. If the series is successful, collected chapters may be republished in paperback books called tankōbon. A manga artist (mangaka in Japanese) typically works with a few assistants in a small studio and is associated with a creative editor from a commercial publishing company. If a manga series is popular enough, it may be animated after or even during its run, although sometimes manga are drawn centering on previously existing live-action or animated films (e.g. Star Wars). "Manga" as a term used outside Japan refers specifically to comics originally published in Japan. However, manga-influenced comics, among original works, exist in other parts of the world, particularly in Taiwan ("manhua"), South Korea ("manhwa"), and the People's Republic of China, notably Hong Kong ("manhua"). In France, "la nouvelle manga" has developed as a form of bande dessinée (literally drawn strip) drawn in styles influenced by Japanese manga. In the United States, people refer to manga-like comics as Amerimanga, world manga, or original English-language manga (OEL manga).
  • In Japan erscheinen stets die neuesten D.Gray-Man-Kapitel im Manga-Magazin Weekly Shonen Jump, i.d.R. also ein Kapitel pro Woche (Außnahmen sind, wenn z.B. wegen Feiertagen keine Shonen Jump erscheint). Wegen gesundheitlichen Gründen im Jahre 2008 und 2009 musste Katsura Hoshino den Manga zweimal pausieren. Dadurch entschloss sie sich, den Manga im monatlich erscheinenden Jump Square zu veröffentlichen. In Japan werden sowohl die Shonen Jump als auch die Einzelbände vom Verlag Shueisha vertrieben. In Deutschland erscheinen seit April 2006 im zweimonatigen Takt neue Bände bei Tokyopop. Zurzeit sind 23 Bände erschienen.
  • thumb|200px|Z pewnych powodów bohaterki mang rzucają się w oczy... thumb|200px|Zastosowanie mangi w przemyśle chemicznym. Manga (jap. マフヤ, rzadziej マクタサ) – specyficzny styl rysowania komiksów wymyślony przez Japończyków. Rysowanie polega na poświęceniu godziny w celu stworzenia oczu postaci. Następnie ma się dosyć i macha się byle jak kreski zamiast ust. Na podstawie najlepiej sprzedających się mang tworzy się anime. Ponieważ powierzchnia życiowa przypadająca na jednego Japończyka nie jest największa na świecie (stosunkowo małe domy i mieszkania), nie mają oni gdzie zbierać kupowanych przez siebie mang. Z tego powodu drukowane są one na papierze toaletowym. Po przeczytaniu, manga zostaje stosownie wykorzystana w japońskich ubikacjach. Jeżeli pojawi się wiele tomów danego tytułu mangi, zostają one wydane w postaci tamponów – specjalnych kilkutomowych wydawnictw, zawierających wszystkie dotychczas wydane odcinki. Obecnie powstanie mangi nie jest uzależnione od powstawania anime – najczęściej są to produkcje niezależne. Na podstawie mang powstało wiele znakomitych anime, np. Sailor Moon, Bleach czy Dragon Ball. Wszystkie te mangi ciągną się w nieskończoność i w każdym kolejnym tomie zmieniają się jedynie przeciwnicy głównych bohaterów, ale to nie przeszkadza fanom oczekiwać na kolejne rozdziały ich ulubionego tytułu, bo przecież NIE WIADOMO co stanie się dalej. W Polsce wydawaniem mangi zajmują się między innymi Japonica Pierdzi i Fika (JPF), Vaneco, Eggmonth, Adriano Cielencino oraz Szczaisika.
  • Manga are comics or print cartoons that either originate from Japan or conform to a drawing style developed in Japan in the late 19th century shortly after World War II. Originating in Japan, the medium caters to a wide range of audiences and possesses a broad range of genres: Action-Adventure, Romance, Sports and Games, Historical Drama, Comedy, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Mystery, Horror, Sexuality, Parody, and Business/Commerce, among others. Manga is typically printed in black-and-white, although some full-colour manga exist also. In Japan, manga are usually serialized in large magazines which often contain many manga stories from different authors. Each manga is presented in a single episode per magazine, with the next episode to be continued in the magazine's next issue (much like a western newspaper comic). If the series is successful, collected chapters may be re-published into paperback books called Tankōbon. If a manga series is popular enough, it may also be converted into an anime series after or even during its run. A professional manga artist (called a "Mangaka") typically works with a small group of assistants (known as a "Circle") in a small studio and, if their manga is published in a magazine, is associated with a creative editor from a commercial publishing company.
  • See also: Chapters Soul Eater began as a manga series written and illustrated by Atsushi Ōkubo. The manga initially began as three separate one-shots serialized between June 24, 2003 and November 26, 2003 across two manga magazines published by Square Enix: first in the summer 2003 special edition of Gangan Powered, followed by the autumn 2003 special edition of the same magazine, and finally in Gangan Wing. The manga started regular serialization in Square Enix's Monthly Shōnen Gangan manga magazine on May 12, 2004. The first bound volume was released by Square Enix under their Gangan Comics imprint on June 22, 2004 in Japan, and as of August 12, 2013, all twenty-five volumes have been released in Japan. The manga has been licensed by Yen Press for distribution in English in North America. The manga was initially serialized in Yen Press' Yen Plus anthology magazine, the first issue of which went on sale on July 29, 2008. The first English volume of the manga was sold in October 2009. The final chapter of the manga, Chapter 113, was released in Japan on August 12, 2013. The final volume however, just recently released in Japan on December 12, 2013. As of November 19, 2013, the first 17 volumes of the manga have been released in English in North America. The 17th volume just recently released on November 19, 2013. The next volume scheduled to be released in English is volume 18, on January 21, 2014.
  • Manga (漫画) désigne en japonais les bandes dessinées en général. En français, ce terme désigne les bandes dessinées japonaises, et par extension, les bandes dessinées non-japonaises respectant les codes des productions japonaises. Le mot manga est souvent utilisé, de façon impropre, pour nommer d'autres produits visuels rappelant ces bandes dessinées (dessins animés, style graphique…).
  • black bullet está escrito por Kanzaki Shiden e ilustrado por Hon Morino,black bullet se estreno en la revista Dengeki Maoh Magazine en el edición de agosto 27 de 2012.En los diferentes capítulos se recolectan y se publican en tankōbon volúmenes por ASCII Media Works,que publico el primer volumen el 27 de mayo de 2013.
  • Manga covers almost every single genre of story telling including romance, action adventure, drama and others. The business really took off after World War Two and steadily has become a huge business. In Japan it is a 4.4 billion dollar industry and in North America it is a $175–200 million industry. Generally manga is in black and white.
  • All three books are published under the title "Soulless," and are differentiated through numbered volumes. There are no further volumes forthcoming, according to Gail Carriger and there is not an intent to adapt Heartless or Timeless. Volume 1 hit the New York Times bestseller list at #2 on March 18, 2012. Volume 2 hit the list at #1 on December 9, 2012, the only of Gail Carriger's titles to reach #1. Volume 3 hit the list at #7 on February 24, 2013. "Alexia Tarabotti is laboring under a great many social tribulations. First, she has no soul. Second, she’s a spinster whose father is both Italian and dead. Third, she was rudely attacked by a vampire, a terrible breach of social etiquette. Where to go from there? From bad to worse apparently, for the appalling Lord Maccon (loud, messy, gorgeous, and werewolf) is sent by Queen Victoria to investigate the incident, and he is none too happy to see Alexia at the scene. With unexpected vampires appearing and expected vampires disappearing, everyone seems to believe Alexia responsible, given her soulless ability to negate supernatural powers. Can Alexia uncover what is happening before she becomes the next victim?" 1. * SOULLESS: THE MANGA Volume 1 2. * SOULLESS: THE MANGA Volume 2 3. * SOULLESS: THE MANGA Volume 3
  • Tokyopop released a manga adaptation of the novel by Aya Yoshinaga. The manga was illustrated by Toshihiro Ono and Aya Yoshinaga. Hiroyuki Morioka is also credited on the cover as the original creator. Much like the anime series, it covers three volumes. Dubbed the first part of the Seikai Trilogy, since two other companion manga were also released, adapting Banner of the Stars and Banner of the Stars II: * Seikai Trilogy, Vol. 1: Crest of the Stars (ISBN: 978-1591828570) * Seikai Trilogy, Vol. 2: Banner of the Stars - "The Shape of Bonds" (ISBN: 978-1591828587) * Seikai Trilogy, Vol. 3: Banner of the Stars II - "Protecting the Precious" (ISBN: 978-1591828594)
  • Manga 「漫画 Manga?」 es la palabra con la que generalmente se denominan a aquellas historietas contadas en forma de viñetas con diversas ilustraciones en blanco y negro que son un signo de la cultura japonesa. Existen multitud de géneros dentro del manga y que abarcan asimismo la mayor parte del espectro de edades. El manga también tiene una gran relación con el anime, lanzándose con frecuencia en versión animada los mangas más exitosos de la actualidad o viceversa. El manga abarca una amplia variedad de géneros, y llega a públicos de muchos tipos diferentes y de espectros de edades diversos. Constituye una parte muy importante del mercado editorial de Japón y motiva múltiples adaptaciones a distintos formatos: series de dibujos animados, conocidas como anime, o de imagen real, películas, videojuegos y novelas. Cada semana o mes se editan nuevas revistas con entregas de cada serie, al más puro estilo del folletín, protagonizadas por héroes cuyas aventuras en algunos casos seducen a los lectores durante años. Desde los años ochenta, ha ido conquistando también los mercados occidentales.
  • Existe una gran cantidad de series Pokémon en manga. Los mangas suelen salir en Japón por Shogakukan, y son traducidos al inglés en Norteamérica principalmente por VIZ Media y en los países asiáticos por Chuang Yi. Debido a la popularidad que adquirió la franquicia rápidamente, varias empresas de diferentes sectores se interesaron por el mundo de Pokémon y el potencial que tenía. Así, en torno a los juegos de Pokémon empezaron a surgir revistas y cómics. Hasta la fecha se fueron presentando más de 13 sagas de Pokémon. Algunos de estos mangas se basan en el anime, y las películas, mientras otros son adaptaciones de los videojuegos y del Pokémon Trading Card Game. A España llegaron los mangas basados en los primeros juegos de la saga Pokémon Mundo Misterioso regalados como complemento de la revista mensual Jetix. Actualmente Norma Editorial está publicando el manga Pocket Monsters ☆ SPECIAL al completo pero en un menor número de volúmenes, publicando de forma alternativa tomos de los juegos antiguos de los más actuales.
  • The Saiyuki manga comprises five separate series: * Saiyuki, 9 volumes, complete. This manga was serialized in the shōnen manga magazine Monthly GFantasy. * Saiyuki Reload, 10 volumes, complete. It was serialized in the monthly Japanese shōjo manga magazine Monthly Comic Zero Sum and completed its run in the August edition of 2009 * Saiyuki Offroad, a dream Goku shares with an unknown youkai, in which it is revealed that Goku has a far greater purpose in the story than we yet know. * Saiyuki Reload Blast is currently serialized in Monthly Comic Zero Sum * Saiyuki - Dice of Destiny is a series of illustrations for the manga magazine Zero-Sum Ward while Minekura Kazuya was still in recovery. It is also Saiyuki Reload Blast Vol. 01 Limited edition's Bonus material. * Saiyuki Gaiden, completed at 4 volumes, was published quarterly in Japanese shōjo manga magazine Zero Sum WARD. Saiyuki Gaiden was completed in May 2009. This series takes place in Heaven, 500 years before the first Saiyuki series. The plot is based around the four main characters of Saiyuki in their past lives, and details exactly what it was they did to get thrown out of heaven. * Saiyuki Gaiden: Tenjou no Ari is the spin-off of Saiyuki Gaiden revisiting the adventures of the Western Army First Unit from Soukou's point of view. Serialized on Zero Sum Ward (10-12) -Discontinued . * Saiyuki Ibun, currently running in Zero Sum Ward follows Priest Koumyou Sanzo in his days before inheriting the Sanzo Title.
  • The two Cowboy Bebop manga series were adapted from the television show using the original cast of Spike Spiegel, Jet Black, Faye Valentine, Edward and Ein, in original adventures. The mangas were released by the Japanese publisher Kadokawa Shoten within their magazine Asuka Fantasy DX. The magazine was targeted to Shōjo, females ages 10 to 18, and fans of Science Fiction. The first volume of Cowboy Bebop: Shooting Star was released May 1998, just one month after Cowboy Bebop originally aired on TV Tokyo on April 3, 1998. However, the manga does not follow the tv series.
  • Amon Patricia is a Demon Lord who ruled the Demon World but after just barely escaping the Clan of Light finds her way to the Human World. Now there, she goes about searching for work and starts by looking at a family restaurant by the name of "Humming Dining" . With her seemingly bottomless appetite and love of our hero's food, will our hero be able to keep his sanity as he goes about making her an exemplary employee AND fill her stomach?!
  • The chapters of the Claymore manga series were written and drawn by Norihiro Yagi and serialized by Shueisha, first in Monthly Shōnen Jump then in its replacement Jump Square. The series follows the adventures of Clare, a Claymore, or half-human, half-yoma hybrid, and her comrades as they fight for survival in a world filled with Yoma, or shapeshifting demons. The first chapter was released in 2001 in the Monthly Shōnen Jump, but afterwards the chapters were released in the Weekly Shōnen Jump on a monthly basis due to the discontinuation of the prior magazine. The manga is currently serialized in the Jump Square magazine, Shueisha's replacement for the Monthly Shōnen Jump. As of July 2010 105 chapters have been released in Japan. An anime adaptation of the manga was announced in the October 2006 edition of the Monthly Shōnen Jump. The first episode of the anime aired on April 3, 2007 on Nippon Television, with the last one shown on September 25, 2007. Viz Media announced the serialization of the Claymore manga in North America on July 18, 2006 at the San Diego Comic-Con International. The chapters have been compiled into 24 tankōbon in Japan by Shueisha. The first volume was released on January 5, 2002, with the 18th released on July 2 2010. All of the volumes contain six chapters of the original manga, with the exception of the first, which contained only four chapters, and the second, incorporating the next five chapters. 22 volumes of the English adaptation of the manga have been released by Viz Media, they were released on May 7th, 2013. Volume 23 was planned to release on October 1st, 2013. Volume 25, which was the last volume of the manga was released somewhere in October 2014.
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  • This is a list of all current volumes of the Japanese manga Medaka Box, as well as the titles of the chapters contained therein. The plot follows the adventures of Hakoniwa Academy's Student Council, led first by president Medaka Kurokami, and later Zenkichi Hitoyoshi.
  • Manga.
  • To date, Masamune Shirow has produced 3 manga books set in the Ghost in the Shell Universe: * Ghost in the Shell (manga) * Ghost in the Shell 2: Man/Machine Interface * Ghost in the Shell 1.5: Human-Error Processor
  • Manga, also known as "漫画", or the best foreign form of the graphic novel, as some would say and be hated for saying, is basically the equivalent of American comic books made by Japanese men who are drinking way too much Saki and eating too much sushi. Its origin dates back to just after World War II. It is uncommonly known that Manga was the result of a Fanboy soldier in an occupation force in Japan sneaking some Wonder Woman comics into the country. Being a fanboy, he's overused the comic to its extremes and had to duct tape the Cover back on. Unfortunately, he duct taped it on backwards. One young man fluent in English opened it up, and began reading it: backwards. He loved it, despite the fact it made no sense. Thus began the age of Manga, the Japanese comic book. The roots of the Japanese use of women dates back to Wonder Woman, unfortunately. Every woman must either have a huge rack or be a man dressed as a woman for some reason or another. Every comic book is written backwards, and the stories often make little sense. By now your groaning and stating how much you hate Manga, I assume. Well, chew on this. Its all the American Fanboy's fault. Yes, that's right. The Japanese needed something to cling on after the bombs settled, so they turned to Manga. Now go cut yourself, you hypocrite.
  • Graustreif und Millie.jpeg Der verlorene Krieger.jpg Die Zuflucht des Kriegers.jpg Die Rückkehr des Kriegers.jpeg The Rise of Scourge.jpg Tigerstern und Sasha.jpg Into the Woods.jpg Escape from the Forest.jpg Return to the Clans.png Rabenpfotes Abenteuer.jpg Shattered Peace.png A Clan in Need.jpg The Heart of a Warrior.jpg The Rescue.jpg Beyond the Code.jpg After the Flood.png Manga ist der japanische Begriff für Comics, er wird aber auch für "nicht-japanische" Comics im Manga-Stil verwendet. Von Warrior Cats wurden bisher drei Mangaserien auf Deutsch veröffentlicht. Insgesamt gibt es aber vier Mangaserien und einen Stand-Alone-Manga und einen Short Manga, welche ähnlich wie die Special Adventure und Buchreihe Die Welt der Clans Zusatzgeschichten zu Warrior Cats sind. Die Mangas wurden von Dan Jolley geschrieben und von James L. Barry gezeichnet. Sie sind im Tokyopop Verlag erschienen.
  • maNga – turecka grupa rockowa. Ich muzyka to połączenie alternatywnego metalu, hip-hopu i ludowej muzyki anatolijskiej z częstym użyciem scratchu.
  • This page gives you the opportunity to redirect to the original article that is on Wikipedia or stay on the Crossgen Comics Database. Clicking on the link on this page will redirect to Wikipedia's Manga article. Take me to the [ Manga] article on Wikipedia. Click here to return to the Crossgen Comics Database main page or just hit your browsers back button to return to your previous page. These Redirect pages should be eliminated in either of two ways. * #1 Create a article of our own for this page. * #2 On every page a Manga link exists make a direct link to the original Wikipedia article. Things to think about: * #1 Creating our own page for this article may add a superfluous amount of pages. * #2 Some of these article links may be on hundreds of pages that would need direct links. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • There have been two Darker than Black manga. The first, illustrated by Noki Ya, was serialized in Monthly Asuka. Kadokawa Shoten released the series to two tankōbon on August 8, 2007 and January 26, 2008 respectively. The series has been licensed for a North American release by Yen Press. A second manga, illustrated by Yuji Iwahara, the original character designer for the anime, is currently being serialized in Square Enix's Young Gangan seinen magazine under the title Darker than Black: Shikkoku No Hana. This is a separate one from the first and it is a new story taking place one year after the events of the anime.
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  • Tegami Bachi (テガミバチ) is a shōnen manga published by Shueisha in Japan and is currently finished at Volume 20 (100 total chapters). The series is serialized in the magazine Jump SQ (previously now defunct Monthly Shōnen Jump). It is written and illustrated by Hiroyuki Asada, with its story set in a fictional land called "Amberground", where an artificial sun only illuminates the capital of the land, Akatsuki. The story follows the main character Lag Seeing, a letter bee who has a special ability to see the memories of people and items, and his personal dingo Niche on their journeys around Amberground. Viz Media announced that it had licensed Tegami Bachi (otherwise known as Letter Bee in English translations) for an English-language adaption in North America at the Comic-Con International on February 28, 2010. It is currently releasing the English version of the manga in the tankōbon format, with 8 volumes released as of February 2012. Additionally, in Australia and New Zealand, another English version of Letter Bee was released by Madman Entertainment. Tegami Bachi was also translated into various languages like Chinese, Italian, French and Spanish, and released in their respective countries like Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Italy, France and Spain.
  • The manga never began, it's photoshopped and unofficial, Seriously, go back to the way it was.
  • The manga of World Trigger is written and illustrated by Daisuke Ashihara and is published in the Japanese-language magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump since Issue 11 of 2013. Chapters are numbered in the format Chapter X (第X話, Dai X wa), occasionally with a hexagon surrounding the number, the shape a cube appears when viewed from a vertex.
  • Three alternate retellings of The Vision of Escaflowne have been released in manga form, with first two manga series developed at the same time as the anime. Due to the radical changes in the anime series during production, these two manga series are very different from the original anime series, as well as each other.
  • Sora no Otoshimono began its monthly serialization in the May 2007 issue of manga magazine Shōnen Ace and concluded with the March 2014 issue. The first tankōbon was released by Kadokawa Shoten on September 26, 2007, with a total of 20 volumes released as of March 26, 2014. An anime adaptation produced by AIC aired in Japan in 2009,[1] followed with a second season, a feature film, and two video games.[2] A second film was released in Japan on April 26, 2014.[3] The anime is licensed in North America by Funimation Entertainment.
  • En plus des romans, l'univers étendu de Warcraft comprend plusieurs séries de manga (bande dessinée japonaises) et manhwa (bandes dessinées coréennes). Voici la liste d'entre eux. Note : bien que certains d'entre eux ont des auteurs/dessinateurs américains ou coréens, ces bandes dessinées sont considérées comme "manga" pour plus de facilité. * La Trilogie du Puits Solaire * La Chasse au dragon * Les Ombres de glace * Les Terres Fantômes * Warcraft: Legends * Warcraft: Legends Tome 1 * Tombé * Le voyage * Comment se faire des amis * Un marché équitable * Warcraft: Legends Tome 2 * Peur (manga) * Guerrières : Doute * Du chemin à faire * Valeurs familiales * Warcraft: Legends Tome 3 * Ennemi * La sang des Croisés * J'ai c'quil te faut * L'excitation de la chasse * Warcraft: Legends Tome 4 * Destin * Le pirate de la Voile Sanglante * Le sang coule plus épais * L'apprentissage d'une guerrière - 1ère partie * Warcraft: Legends Tome 5 * L'apprentissage d'une guerrière - 2ème partie * Guerrières : Unies * Le premier gardien * Un feu purificateur * Cauchemars * Death Knight (manga) * Mage (manga) * Shadow Wing * Les dragons d'Outre-terre * Nexus Point (sorti en anglais) * Shaman (manga) (sorti en anglais)
  • Vince Tyler had manga on a bookshelf in his apartment. A supposedly muscular man who came over for a one-night stand said his dad was into manga. (UK: Meeting People is Easy)
  • Ein Manga (jap. 漫画) ist eine japanische Comiczeichnung. Die koreanischen bzw. chinesischen Gegenstücke lauten Manhwa bzw. Manhua. Ein in Deutschland bekannter Manga ist Naruto oder One Piece. Mangas kommen ursprünglich aus Japan und werden auch fast nur dort gezeichet. Manga-Verfilmungen nennt man Anime.[[Bild:Manga.jpg|thumb|164px|Beispiel für Manga: One Piece]] File:Naruto Manga Kapitel 429 Anime-Verfilmung Naruto
  • Manga is the eleventh episode of Garo: The Makai Flower
  • Los japoneses llaman al manga «imágenes insignificantes». Compran cada año más de mil millones de volúmenes en blanco y negro, impresos en papel barato, del grosor de un libro y con el mismo tipo de formato. Los leen en todas partes: en los trenes de cercanías, en las salas de espera y en los parques. Cada semana salen nuevas entregas, al más puro estilo del folletín, protagonizadas por héroes cuyas aventuras seducen a los lectores durante años. Hoy en día, el manga o historieta japonesa es el estilo de historieta más influyente del mundo y constituye una parte importantísima del mercado literario del país. El manga abarca todos los géneros y llega a todos los públicos, motivando además adaptaciones a distintos formatos: series de dibujos animados, conocidas como anime, películas y series de imagen real, videojuegos y novelas.
  • MaNga are a Turkish rap rock group formed in 2001. They came to public attention after finishing as runner up in a "Sing Your Song" music competition and following this they were signed to Sony Music. Their music has been described as a fusion of hip hop, electronic and Anatolian melodies. In 2009, they won the Best Turkish Act, and subsequently the Best European Act awards at the MTV Europe Music Awards. They were selected to represent their country in the 2010 contest in Oslo where they won their semi final and finished in 2nd place in the final behind winner Germany. In 2014, they represented Turkey at the ABU TV Song Festival in Macau.
  • Existeix una gran quantitat de sèries Pokémon en manga. Els mangues solen eixir a Japó per Shogakukan, i són traduïts a l'anglès a Amèrica del Nord principalment per VIZ Media i en els països asiàtics per Chuang Yi . Alguns mangues es basen en l'anime i les pel·lícules, uns altres són adaptacions dels videojocs i del Pokémon Trading Card Game. Categoria:Esborranys Categoria:Manga
  • In 2006 the first licensed Star Trek manga was published by TOKYOPOP, entitled Star Trek: The Manga - Shinsei Shinsei.
  • Manga is a fancy word for drawings of idiotic people -- all with bad hair -- fighting like ninjas, jumping in and out of trees, plastered on extremly small black and white pages.
  • Manga (Mz. Mango) ist ein von der interessant gezeichneten Zitrusfrucht Mangarine (siehe Bild) abgeleiteter Begriff und bedeutet so viel wie lippenloses, ins Absurde getriebenes Kindchenschema. thumb|right|Zwei Mangarinen mit der typisch bizarren Schalenzeichnung Manga-Figuren haben neben einem Erbschaden, der ihre Pupillen abnorm erweitert, oft etliche weitere Gebrechen, die man sich aus folgender Liste frei kombinieren kann: * Nasenfreiheit * Plastikfrisuren * Überquellende sekundäre, dafür fehlende primäre Geschlechtsmerkmale * Farbunempfindlichkeit * Diverse Sprachfehler * Viel zu knappe Kleidungsstücke. Weibliche Mangas geben den größten Teil ihrer Einnahmen für die Behandlung von Nierenbeckenentzündungen drein * Eine Unzahl von weiteren Mutationen, die nur zur Bekämpfung von anderen, komplementär mutierten Mangas sinnvoll erscheinen Bei animierten Mangafiguren kommt erschwerend die Unfähigkeit hinzu, sich zusammenhängend zu bewegen; ein Leiden, was nur unvollkommen von wilden Perspektivwechseln und hektischen Filmschnitten kompensiert wird. Mangas kommen aus Japan und bilden neben Schlafwaben, Harakiri und sprechenden Toiletten einen weiteren Exportschlager aus dem Land des ewigen Lächelns.
  • Say "I love you" (好きっていいなよ。 Suki-tte Ii na yo.) is an ongoing Japanese manga created by Kanae Hazuki.
  • Poniżej znajduje się lista wszystkich tomów japońskiej mangi Bleach i rozdziałów w niej zawartych. Akcja mangi toczy się wokół nastolatka o imieniu Ichigo Kurosaki, który przejmuje moce Shinigami Rukii Kuchiki.
  • Many manga have been published for the Steins;Gate series. Some are adaptations of other titles, others depict the viewpoints of characters other than Okabe Rintarou and explore their backstories, and still others explore different world lines seemingly unimportant to the main story.
  • Captain Tsubasa started as a oneshot published in 1980. Since then, these are all manga that have been published so far.
  • Alles über Mangas, wie man sie zeichnet, bekannte Mangas...
  • Manga on Glatorian. Hän on nykyään Lektan henkivartija.
  • The Wallflower (ヤマトナデシコ七変化 Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge?, lit. Perfect Girl Evolution) is a manga series written by Tomoko Hayakawa. The individual chapters have been serialized in Bessatsu Friend since its premiere in 2000, and in 31 tankōbon volumes in Japan by Kodansha. The series was licensed for an English language release in North America by Del Rey Manga and in Singapore by Chuang Yi, under the name My Fair Lady. Nippon Animation adapted part of the manga series into a twenty-five episode anime series which aired on TV Tokyo and TV Aichi from October 3, 2006 through March 27, 2007.[1][2] The anime adaptation has been licensed for Region 1 release by A.D. Vision,[3] who paid $500,000.[4] In 2008, The WallFlower became one of over 30 ADV titles whose North American rights were transferred to Funimation Entertainment.[5]
  • Fushigi yuugi a.k.a. the Mysterious Play is illustrated and written by Yuu Watase.
  • |- valign="top" | * Volumen 1: Dragon Hunt * The Prey of Harkyn Grymstone * Pursued * Dar'khan * Legacy of the Sunwell * Tarren Mill * Against the Scourge | * Volumen 2: Shadows of Ice * Terror on the Mountain * Baron Mordis * Caverns of the Dead * The Dwellers beneath * The Orb of Ner'zhul * Death on the Mountain | * Volumen 3: Ghostlands * The Nightmare Plains * Master of the Dead * Cry of the Banshee * Dark Reunion * Edge of the Abyss * Fire and Fury |}
  • Tsubasa ~RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE~ by CLAMP began on May 21, 2003 in Weekly Shônen Magazine nº 25 of the same year. It ended on October 7th 2009, at the 233rd chapter, published in Weekly Shônen Magazine nº 44. There are 232 chapters and a special collected in 28 tankoubons- or volumes. There are two official artbooks, Tsubasa Art Collection -ALBuM De REProDUCTioNS, Tsubasa ALBuM De REProDUCTioNS 2, apart from the CARACTere GuiDE 1 & 2, calendars of TRC & Holic: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008. There are three Drama CDs of TRC & Holic (the fourth on its way) of the so-called Horitsuba Gakuen- an alternate universe created by the authors. CLAMP's creation of Tsubasa was taken from their desire to link all their previous works and characters. For example, the two main characters Sakura and Syaoran are crossover characters from Cardcaptor Sakura, although they are not the same and are not to be confused with them. One of Tsubasa's key points is it's crossover, mostly with xxxHolic. It runs parallel to Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle and is another of Clamp's works. Their main characters, Yuko and Watanuki, are strongly related with the characters and the story in Tsubasa, thus making them very important to how the series will unfold. Other crossover characters might be found on Tsubasa, from CLAMP's previous series. Like many of their other works, each member of CLAMP has a role different from their other projects as opposed to retaining set roles. For Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Mokona draws the main characters whereas Tsubaki Nekoi and Satsuki Igarashi draw the side characters and backgrounds; Nanase Ohkawa is the sole person in charge of the storyline. * For a complete list of the volumes and chapters, go here: Manga Volumes Guide * For the article on Horitsuba Gakuen, go here: Drama CDs Shiritsu Horitsuba Gakuen * For the article on the Tsubasa omakes, go here: Omakes * For the articles on the artbooks, go here: ALBuM De REProDUCTioNS, CARACTere GuiDEs
  • right|thumb|Cover des ersten Naruto-Bandes Der Manga zu "Naruto" erschien in Japan 1999 bis 2014 wöchentlich in Einzelkapiteln im Manga-Magazin Weekly Shōnen Jump des Shueisha-Verlages.Diese Mangakapitel wurden zusätzlich zu Sammelbänden mit 9 bis 11 Kapiteln zusammengefasst und verkauft.Die Serie ist auch in Deutschland von November 2001 bis Dezember 2005 im mittlerweile eingestellten monatlichen Manga-Magazin "BANZAI!" des Carlsen-Verlages erschienen.Seit 2002 wird die Serie auch im Taschenbuchformat veröffentlicht, zunächst im drei- bis viermonatigen Veröffentlichungsrhythmus, seit der Einstellung des "BANZAI!"-Magazins monatlich oder zweimonatlich. Von April bis Juli 2015 erschien in Japan ein Spin-off als Miniserie mit dem Namen Naruto Gaiden, welcher 10 Kapitel umfasst.
  • Magi (マギ) has been published in the manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday since June 2009. Magi is written and illustrated by Shinobu Ohtaka, and has, so far, been collected in 33 bound volumes. Adventure of Sinbad (シンドバッドの冒険) was published in the manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday from May 2013 - June 2013, and has been re-serialized in Ura Sunday since September 2013. Adventure of Sinbad is written by Shinobu Ohtaka and illustrated by Yoshifumi Ohtera, and its first volume was released in September 2013.
  • Les mangas sont des bandes dessinées source de perversion typiquement nipponne. Ils sont peuplés exclusivement de jeunes filles courtement vêtues à la poitrine proéminente, qui se font violer par des monstres équipés de douzaines de phallus et de tentacules. Les mangas sont également extrêmement, très, très, très, super ultra hyper violents. Donc, tout comme la drogue et la musique emo, les enfants ne doivent pas toucher à ces saletés dégénérées. Les mangas participent massivement à l'échec scolaire, à la désociabilisation, à la perte des repères et des valeurs ainsi qu'à la délinquance.
  • Animes y Mangas dedicados a Mega Man, en este caso también conocido como Rockman.
  • Seekers Manga is a series of manga Seekers book published by TokyoPop.
  • Manga (漫画, Manga) Es la palabra Japonesa para designar a la historieta en general. Fuera de Japón, se utiliza exclusivamente para referirse a los cómics de este país. Se traduce, literalmente, "dibujos caprichosos" o "garabatos". A los profesionales que escriben o dibujan manga se les conoce como Mangaka. Un ejemplo de mangaka sería el gran Akira Toriyama, ya que sin él no podríamos disfrutar entre otras de sus muchas creaciones, del manga Dragon Ball.
  • A pair of young wolves (the ones survived from a slaughter described in the manga) witness the dialogue and wish to reach the Paradise "opened" by the protagonists.
  • thumb|250px|right|Cover des jap. Sammelbandes 01 Die Mangaserie "Bishoujo Senshi Seeraa Muun" wurde kreiert, geschrieben und illustriert von Naoko Takeuchi. Von 1992 bis 1997 erschien die Reihe im monatlicch im Magazin Nakayoshi bei Kodansha. Die einzelnen Kapitel wurden in 18 Sammelbände (Tankobon) zusammen gefasst, wobei der erste Band am 6. Juli 1992 und der letzte am 4. April 1997 in Japan erschien. 2003 erschien in Japan die Shinshouban mit 60 Acts statt 52 Acts im neuen Look. 2013 gab es zum 20. Jahrestag von Sailor Moon eine Kanzenban oder auch Kommplett Edition genannt, mit anderen Covern und nur noch 10 Bände. Die Rechte für den deutschen Markt hat Feest Comics (heute Egmont Manga & Anime) erworben und die 18 Bände wurden zwischen 1998 bis März 2000 in regelmäßigen Abständen veröffentlicht. 2011 hat EMA die 12 Bände der Neuauflage in regelmäßigen Abständen auch hier veröffentlicht.
  • Eyeshield 21 is a Japanese manga series written by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Yusuke Murata. The series tells the story of Sena Kobayakawa, an introverted boy who joins an American football club as a secretary, but after being coerced by Yoichi Hiruma, turns out to play wearing an eyeshield and the number 21, under the pseudonym of "Eyeshield 21". Inagaki chose American football as a central subject of Eyeshield 21 after realizing that it fit perfectly with his idea for the series. The manga was originally serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump from July 2002 to June 2009. The series consists of 333 chapters collected in 37 tankōbon volumes. In Japan, the Eyeshield 21 manga has sold over 20 million volumes as of 2009. The manga and anime have been featured at various times in the Top Ten lists of their respective media. The anime has been watched by a large number of television viewers in Japan, helping to raise American football's popularity in the country. Publications for manga, anime and others have commented on Eyeshield 21 manga, which received positive comments for its artwork and characters, and negative responses to its non-football scenes.
  • Dofus té, no un ni dos, sinó tres mangues basats en els personatges del joc Dofus.
  • The are two manga based on the Klonoa series: * Kaze no Klonoa 4Koma Manga Gekijou * Shippuu Tengoku Kaze no Klonoa
  • Manga is the term for Japanese comic books. Often they are published to be read from right-to-left, although many publishers reverse this when translating into English. Along with anime, manga is responsible for such phenomena as fangirl Japanese and the height rule.
  • A complete list of Kekkaishi's manga volumes and chapters. Official Viz English-translated titles are used once available, otherwise unofficial translator titles are used. Anime equivalents are included where applicable.
  • Code Geass has been adapted into a manga series by publisher Kadokawa Shoten. Several other series serving as sidestories, each containing an alternate timeline, have also been published. The first four of the manga series have been licensed for an English language release in North America by Bandai Entertainment.
  • Con "Manga" puede que te refieras a: * Soul Eater (manga), el manga de la saga de Soul Eater. * Soul Eater Not! (manga), el manga de la saga de Soul Eater Not! (spin-off de Soul Eater).
  • Manga (漫画, まんが) is the Japanese word for comics and print cartoons. Manga is usually black and white comic book which read from right to left. They are published in Japan by various comic magazines, such as TV Magazine and Comic Bom Bom. The Transformers have almost always had a consistent manga series in every line.
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