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MANGA
SAILOR MOON
THE BIG O
ASTRO BOY
PEACH GIRL
KARE FIRST LOVE
AISHITERUZE BABY
BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL
CAPTAIN TSUBASA
CITY HUNTER
COWBOY BEBOP
EXCEL SAGA
FUSHIGI YUGI
FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST
KINGDOM HEARTS
LOVE HINA
MARMALADE BOY
NANA
TRIGUN
AI YORI AOSHI
ANGELIC LAYER
AZUMI
BERSERK
BEYBLADE
CARDCAPTOR SAKURA
CHOBITS
DIGIMON
DORAEMON
FLCL
GANTZ
GENSHIKEN
HELLSING
HAPPY HUSTLE HIGH
HONEY AND CLOVER
INUYASHA
KIKAIDER
KODOCHA
ELFEN LIED
ABSOLUTE BOYFRIEND
ADVENTURES OF MINI-GODDESS
AI SHITE KNIGHT
AIR GEAR
AIR MASTER
AKAGI
AKAZUKIN CHACHA
AKKAN BABY
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Manga

  1. A manga is a Jappanese comic book.
  2. Manga are Japanse comics and are really a cross between a comic book and a graphic novel.
  3. It was Hokusai who coined the term "manga", or "playful sketches", to describe the caricatures he loved doing.
  4. Manga are a big deal in Japan, with thousands released every year, many with a circulation of a million copies or more.
  5. A manga is like a japanese comic book, although that isn't a fair description because most manga are for adults and Inuyasha is no exception.

Sailor Moon

  1. Sailor Moon is a combination of "magical girl" and "sentai" shows.
  2. Sailor Moon is a story aimed at young girls (4 to 12 years old), and can be considered a magical girl story.
  3. Sailor Moon is a no no for me because of the anime i had to watch. (Web site)
  4. Sailor Moon is also a fusion of the popular magical girl and sentai genres of which Takeuchi was a fan,[2] one of the first series ever to combine the two.
  5. Sailor Moon is an example of a shojo anime. (Web site)

The Big O

  1. The Big O is a less common anime to manga adaptation.
  2. The Big O is an enigma wrapped in some of the greatest giant super robot action this side of the legendary anime, Giant Robo.
  3. The Big O is the brainchild of Keiichi Sato and Kazuyoshi Katayama,[14] an homage to the shows they grew up with.
  4. The Big O is a great action mystery anime that will be fondly remembered by it's many fans.
  5. THE BIG O is a Japanese production, originally airing in Japan in 1999 with just thirteen episodes.

Astro Boy

  1. ASTRO BOY was the first Japanese manga to be adapted into an animated series.
  2. Astro Boy is a classic story of racism and class struggle, but instead with robots, and the desire of one robot to find peace between two opposing groups. (Web site)
  3. Astro Boy is a classic.
  4. Astro Boy is a complete mess and a blemish on Sonic Team's impressive resume.
  5. Astro Boy is a huge part of anime history.

Peach Girl

  1. Peach Girl is a great manga series, the anime cuts everything out and changes all references of sex to kissing. (Web site)
  2. Peach Girl is a great manga, 18 volumes, volumes 1-8 are sold as Peach Girl 1-8, volumes 9-18 are sold as Peach Girl Change of heart 1-10. (Web site)
  3. Peach Girl is a great manga. (Web site)
  4. Peach Girl is a great series we can all relate too.
  5. Peach Girl is a long manga, but short anime. (Web site)

Kare First Love

  1. Kare First Love is a cute romantic manga. (Web site)
  2. KARE FIRST LOVE is an ongoing series still published in the pages of Shôjo Comic in Japan and has sold over 1.5 million copies.
  3. KARE FIRST LOVE is an ongoing series still published in the pages of Sh-jo Comic in Japan and has sold over 1.5 million copies.
  4. Kare First Love is a drama manga. (Web site)
  5. Kare First Love is a good manga series. (Web site)

Aishiteruze Baby

  1. Aishiteruze Baby is a Japanese anime series based on the manga originally created by Yoko Maki, which was serialized in Ribon.
  2. Aishiteruze Baby is a bit gimmicky but is a good cute shoujo.
  3. Aishiteruze Baby is a manga series by Youko Maki, serialized in Ribon magazine. (Web site)
  4. Aishiteruze Baby is a manga series that ran in Angel Comics for thirty three chapters.
  5. Aishiteruze Baby is a nice story too. (Web site)

Blade of The Immortal

  1. Blade of the Immortal is a Japanese manga series authored by the manga-ka Samura Hiroaki.
  2. Blade Of The Immortal is a beautifully illustrated tale well told.
  3. Blade of the Immortal - The man, the worms, the blades.
  4. Blade of the Immortal is a hidden gem lost amongst big names.
  5. Blade of the Immortal is a pure, unadulterated samurai epic told in a very moody black-and-white comic book. (Web site)

Captain Tsubasa

  1. Captain Tsubasa is a long running anime and manga series created by Yoichi Takahashi.
  2. Captain Tsubasa is a popular Japanese manga, anime, and video game series, originally created by Yoichi Takahashi in 1981.
  3. Captain Tsubasa is a popular manga, anime, and video game series in Japan.
  4. Captain Tsubasa is a really popular anime series in japan that was dubbed in several european, and some asian countries.
  5. Captain Tsubasa is based on the sport of football (soccer). (Web site)

City Hunter

  1. CITY HUNTER is a highly popular manga that ran in JUMP from 1985 to 1992 .
  2. CITY HUNTER is an action-adventure private eye with a powerful lust, and a flock of women to keep him frustrated.
  3. City Hunter is a 1994 comedy film directed by Jing Wong.
  4. City Hunter is a Japanese anime and manga written by Tsukasa Hojo.
  5. City Hunter is a Japanese manga series created by Tsukasa Hojo (------ ---) in 1980s, later adapted into an anime series by Sunrise. (Web site)

Cowboy Bebop

  1. Cowboy Bebop is a Japanese anime series created by Sunrise and directed by Shinichiro Watanabe, later translated to a motion picture and manga series.
  2. COWBOY BEBOP is a better and more well-rounded series, but THE BIG O is a nice second.
  3. COWBOY BEBOP is a visually dramatic film that combines several styles of illustration into one beautiful, cohesive animated environment. (Web site)
  4. Cowboy Bebop is a Japanese anime series created by Sunrise and directed by Shinichiro Watanabe consisting of 26 episodes and one feature-length film.
  5. Cowboy Bebop is a Japanese anime series created by Sunrise and directed by Shinichiro Watanabe.

Excel Saga

  1. Excel Saga is a comedy anime directed by Shinichi Watanabe and based on a manga series written by Koshi Rikudo.
  2. EXCEL SAGA is a charm offensive that's guaranteed to offend.
  3. Excel Saga - The most whacked out piece of entertainment ever.
  4. Excel Saga is a comedy anime, directed by Shinichi Watanabe, and is based on a manga series written by Rikdo Koshi. (Web site)
  5. Excel Saga is a manga series by Koushi Rikudou , and a TV anime series based on it and directed by Shinichi Watanabe .

Fushigi Yugi

  1. Fushigi Yugi is a great manga with a magical romance. (Web site)
  2. Fushigi Yugi is a great masterpiece. (Web site)
  3. Fushigi Yugi is a great romance series. (Web site)
  4. Fushigi Yugi is a great series.
  5. Fushigi Yugi is a long manga, but shorter anime. (Web site)

Fullmetal Alchemist

  1. Fullmetal Alchemist is a 14 + volume manga, 51 episode anime, and also a feature length movie.
  2. Fullmetal Alchemist is a deceptively simple series. (Web site)
  3. Fullmetal Alchemist is a great series. (Web site)
  4. Fullmetal Alchemist is a hugely popular franchise that hit Japan back in 2003 to great success. (Web site)
  5. Fullmetal Alchemist is a series about 15 year-old Edward Elric, who is a prodigy known as the Fullmetal Alchemist. (Web site)

Kingdom Hearts

  1. Kingdom Hearts is a 4 part manga miniseries by Shiro Amano.
  2. Kingdom Hearts is a bit on the "kid-ish" side.
  3. Kingdom Hearts is a crossover of " alternate " Disney universes set in a universe made specifically for the series. (Web site)
  4. Kingdom Hearts is one of those games that just dares your dad to break down and rekindle those old Disney inspired, family filled, evenings.
  5. Kingdom Hearts is the first game in the series, and was released in Japan on March 28, 2002 for Sony PlayStation 2. (Web site)

Love Hina

  1. Love Hina is a 25-episode TV series based on the manga by Ken Akamatsu. (Web site)
  2. Love Hina - the manga is MUCH better than the anime 5. (Web site)
  3. Love Hina is a great anime, especialy cause of Kentaro, heh, but he isn't mentioned much in it.
  4. Love Hina is a manga (and anime) series by author Ken Akamatsu.
  5. Love Hina is a romantic comedy about a high school student, who as a young child made a promise to a girl to attend a prestigious university with her.

Marmalade Boy

  1. Marmalade Boy is a long anime, but short manga.
  2. Marmalade Boy is a classic and realistic romance series. (Web site)
  3. Marmalade Boy is a great romance.
  4. Marmalade Boy is a great series. (Web site)
  5. Marmalade Boy is a realistic romance series, 76 episodes, 8 volumes. (Web site)

Nana

  1. Nana is the title of the latest hit manga to take Japan by storm, and unlike in most comic success stories, a large proportion of Nana fans are female. (Web site)
  2. Nana is the third Yazawa Ai property I have come to watch, and at last I can understand the complaints about the Paradise Kiss aesthetic.
  3. Enoki Films had planned to give Nanami the dub name "Nana" in its license. (Web site)
  4. Nana is a child.
  5. Nana is a diclonius, a special being with catgirl -like horns who lives at a laboratory.

Trigun

  1. Trigun is based on the best-selling manga series by the same name and is published in North America by Dark Horse.
  2. Trigun is a 26-part anime series, somewhat episodic, but constructing an overall story arc. (Web site)
  3. Trigun is also like Cowboy Bebop, except good in a different way. (Web site)
  4. Trigun is simply one of the best anime's ever.
  5. Trigun is a bit of both and has action too.

Ai Yori Aoshi

  1. Ai Yori Aoshi is a manga by Kou Fumizuki, first serialized in 1998 in Hakusensha's Young Animal, a magazine for young men.
  2. Ai Yori Aoshi is a good one where the couple is together from the begining, but they have to keep it secret.
  3. Ai Yori Aoshi is a shojo style manga with many compelling elements that set it apart from similar titles, such as Love Hina or Happy Lesson.
  4. Ai Yori Aoshi was actually the first manga I started reading, because I loved the anime so much that I wanted to get more Kaoru and Aoi.
  5. Ai Yori Aoshi was an intense ride, and although I watched it out of order (and I still haven't seen season 1, volume 2), I still had a great time watching.

Angelic Layer

  1. Angelic Layer is a manga series released by Clamp (an all-female Japanese mangaka group).
  2. Angelic Layer is a fun show that plays a bit with normal conventions of a boys show but still stays within the overall guidelines of the genre. (Web site)
  3. Angelic Layer is a game of fighting with dolls. (Web site)
  4. Angelic Layer is a game where operators battle with thought controlled dolls. (Web site)
  5. Angelic Layer is a shonen anime revolving around fighting action figures in thrilling tournament competitions.

Azumi

  1. AZUMI is a part of an elite group of assassins- raised from birth to carry out deadly missions.
  2. Azumi is a brilliant action film and highly recommended.
  3. Azumi is a great movie. (Web site)
  4. Azumi is a martial arts historical fantasy film based on a manga comic that first appeared in 1994. (Web site)
  5. Azumi is a member of the Anti-Alice organization. (Web site)

Berserk

  1. Berserk is a brilliant metaphor for anyone who struggles coming to terms with his own innate abilities.
  2. Berserk is a dark and brooding story of outrageous swordplay and ominous fate, in the theme of Shakespeare's MacBeth.
  3. Berserk is a dark fantasy manga by Kentaro Miura. (Web site)
  4. Berserk is a dark medieval epic chronicling the exploits of Guts, the black swordsman.
  5. Berserk is a dark, violent, and eventually supernatural medieval drama about mercenary who becomes entangled in a charismatic man's quest to become king. (Web site)

Beyblade

  1. BEYBLADE is a global toy phenomenon, included in the top toy lists for Toys -R- Us, KB Toys, and Toy Wishes Magazine.
  2. Beyblade is a 14- book series with two being launched every month.
  3. Beyblade is a game of spinning tops that originated in Japan.
  4. Beyblade is a series about kids fighting battles with magic tops.
  5. Beyblade is a show based on the popular manga 'Bakuten Shoot', where a bunch of kids battle with spinning tops. (Web site)

Cardcaptor Sakura

  1. Cardcaptor Sakura is a classic example of the shoujo sub-genre known as "magical girl". (Web site)
  2. Cardcaptor Sakura is a manga series from Japan. (Web site)
  3. Cardcaptor Sakura is a manga that everybody must read.
  4. Cardcaptor Sakura is a must buy.
  5. Cardcaptor Sakura is a series that spans 70 TV episodes, two movies, and is based on the 12-volume manga of the same name by Clamp.

Chobits

  1. Chobits is a Japanese manga and anime series created by CLAMP. The original manga was published from 2001 to 2002 by Kodansha.
  2. Chobits is a action, comedy, and romance series. (Web site)
  3. Chobits is a great series it is also a really good manga I watched both the anime and read the manga.
  4. Chobits is a manga and anime series created by CLAMP. The original manga was published from 2001 to 2002 by Kodansha.
  5. Chobits is a must see too.

Digimon

  1. Digimon are fictional creatures from the Japanese Digimon media franchise. (Web site)
  2. Digimon are generally not given individual names, and are instead simply referred to by the name of their species.
  3. Digimon are monsters of various forms living in a " Digital World," a parallel universe that originated from Earth's various communication networks. (Web site)
  4. Digimon is a l33t show if in its raw Japanese form. (Web site)
  5. Digimon is a very secessful show, with millions of fanbases around the world. (Web site)

Doraemon

  1. DORAEMON was the FIRST manga I read.
  2. Doraemon is a Japanese manga series created by two authors sharing pen name Fujiko Fujio which later became an anime series and Asian franchise. (Web site)
  3. Doraemon is a big icon in Japan, and for a reason: good Ole' fun.
  4. Doraemon is a blue cat robot who came from the future to protect a Japanese boy named Nobita.
  5. Doraemon is a blue cat-like robot in Japanese comic books.

Flcl

  1. FLCL - A very strange trip through the difficulty of adolencence and the struggle to become an adult. (Web site)
  2. FLCL is a celebration of the humorous aspects of anime - and a brilliant success.
  3. FLCL is a good one too.
  4. FLCL is a surrealist manga by GAINAX & Hajime Ueda.
  5. FLCL is a unique and somewhat esoteric production whose myriad oddities are often bewildering.

Gantz

  1. GANTZ - A large black ball in the apartment that controls the lives of those who get involved with his game.
  2. GANTZ - A large black sphere in the apartment that controls the lives of those who get involved with his game.
  3. GANTZ is a manga i love and i think anyone who has the guts to be willing to read it should be able to. (Web site)
  4. GANTZ is a really cool manga, though.
  5. GANTZ is an enigma and while more about GANTZ's rules are revealed as the series goes on, GANTZ himself (or itself) remains a mystery.

Genshiken

  1. Genshiken is a very good manga by KIO Shimoku that runs in Afternoon ( Kodansha). (Web site)
  2. Genshiken is a great anime about the love of Japanese visual culture and it's great to see your own interests reflected in the characters passion. (Web site)
  3. Genshiken is a must see for any anime fan - be it casual or otaku. (Web site)
  4. Genshiken is a parody anime about anime otaku, while Kujibiki Unbalance is a fictional show watched by the characters of Genshiken. (Web site)
  5. Genshiken is a slightly exaggerated account of otaku in japan.

Hellsing

  1. Hellsing is a manga (Japanese comic series) by Kouta Hirano. (Web site)
  2. HEllsing was the first anime video that I saw, it was the gateway to my anime viewing experience.
  3. Hellsing is a dramatic, blood-soaked tribute to everything we love about the romantic undead. (Web site)
  4. Hellsing is a fun series with plenty of humor and suspense.
  5. Hellsing is a manga series by Hirano Kouta, published by Young King Comics. (Web site)

Happy Hustle High

  1. HAPPY HUSTLE HIGH is a lighthearted romantic comedy with a strong willed and tough heroine that will bring laughs and smiles to readers of all ages.
  2. Happy Hustle High is a cute manga series. (Web site)
  3. Happy Hustle High is a cute romance manga. (Web site)
  4. Happy Hustle High is a good manga series. (Web site)
  5. Happy Hustle High is a manga that also fits your taste. (Web site)

Honey And Clover

  1. Honey and Clover is a funny anime.
  2. Honey and Clover is a romantic love story set within an art college.
  3. Honey and Clover is a shojo drama and slice of life anime about the lives of a group of friends who attend an art school in Tokyo.
  4. Honey and Clover is a slice-of-life comedy about college students.
  5. Honey and Clover is a slow paced drama anime which has a witty sense of humor.

Inuyasha

  1. INUYASHA is one of VIZ's most successful anime and manga properties.
  2. InuYasha - The male protagonist, a hanyō.
  3. InuYasha is a " hany-- ", his father was an inu y--kai and his mother was human. (Web site)
  4. InuYasha is a half dog demon.
  5. InuYasha is a han'yō, and there are a few other han'yō that appear in the series.

Kikaider

  1. Kikaider is a Japanese superhero who appears in manga, tokusatsu, and anime. (Web site)
  2. Kikaider is a human-like robot tasked with the protection of his creator's son and daughter.
  3. Kikaider is a humanoid robot tasked with the protection of Dr. Komyoji's son and daughter.
  4. Kikaider is a live action show which started in Japan about a teenage boy who is an android and experiences strange feelings and is quite unsure why. (Web site)
  5. Kikaider is a portmanteau of "Kikai" (which means Machine in Japanese), and "Rider".

Kodocha

  1. Kodocha is a good manga series.
  2. Kodocha is a must read for any one who likes a sereous, romantic, and humerous book, yes that's right you get thoes three in one book. (Web site)
  3. Kodocha is a realistic romance. (Web site)
  4. Kodocha - For sure, this also qualifies. (Web site)
  5. Kodocha is a cute and realistic series.

Elfen Lied

  1. Elfen Lied is a Japanese manga series originally created by Japanese author Lynn Okamoto as well as a TV anime series based on it.
  2. Elfen Lied is a fairly intricate mix of different genres and it's hard to describe.
  3. Elfen Lied is a fantastic addition to the anime horror genre. (Web site)
  4. Elfen Lied is a manga and anime series by author Lynn Okamoto.
  5. Elfen Lied is a series in which I watched solely for the bloodshed and action. (Web site)

Absolute Boyfriend

  1. Absolute Boyfriend is a good manga. (Web site)
  2. Absolute Boyfriend is a good series. (Web site)
  3. Absolute Boyfriend is a great manga. (Web site)
  4. Absolute Boyfriend is a manga series by Yuu Watase.
  5. Absolute Boyfriend is a simply told story with a lot of heart.

Adventures of Mini-Goddess

  1. Adventures of Mini-Goddess is simply a combination of brainless fun and a whole lot of cute stuff. (Web site)
  2. I read somewhere that Adventures of Mini-Goddess is based on the mini comic strips found in the original manga. (Web site)
  3. Gan-chan is the much-abused temple rat from the Adventures of Mini-Goddess series. (Web site)

Ai Shite Knight

  1. Versions of the songs in several languages also exist because of the popularity of "Ai Shite Knight" outside of Japan. (Web site)
  2. Ai Shite Knight, or Night (original title: ------------------) is a sh--jo manga created in the early 1980's by the late Kaoru Tada. (Web site)

Air Gear

  1. Air Gear is a funny, exciting, and beautiful manga.
  2. Air Gear is a great manga, and we're proud to be publishing it.
  3. Air Gear is like Tenjou Tenje lots of senseless violence, boobs, and great art.

Air Master

  1. Air Master is a fighting anime with a female lead. (Web site)
  2. Air Master is a quirky, well action series about a competitive gymnast turned street fighter.
  3. Air Master: A former gymnast, Aikawa Maki has turned her skills to a different way of life - street fighting. (Web site)
  4. Air Master: a former national gymnast searches for the thrill of competition in the world of street fights. (Web site)

Akagi

  1. Akagi is a Japanese manga that started in 1993 written by Nobuyuki Fukumoto about the game Mahjong.
  2. AKAGI is a Japanese comic book that started in 1993 written by Nobuyuki Fukumoto about a game called " Mah Jong ".
  3. Akagi is a young boy who is a very talented gambler and makes remarkable wins in the story.

Akazukin Chacha

  1. Akazukin ChaCha is one of the best anime on TV, it is a comedic anime and sometimes you can't stop laughing after watching each episode. (Web site)
  2. Akazukin Chacha is a little witch with a good sense of humor. (Web site)
  3. Akazukin Chacha is the story of a young girl named Chacha. (Web site)
  4. Akazukin Chacha is the story of a young magical girl (Mah-- Sh--jo) named Chacha.

Akkan Baby

  1. Akkan Baby is a sh--jo manga series created by Miya--chi Saya.
  2. Il manga in questione si intitola Akkan Baby, di Miyauchi Saya.

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