Sakura Nogawa

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    Angel Tales

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    Angel Tales

    Angel Tales is an anime series produced by Wonderfarm and Tōkyō Kids. The series was broadcast by the anime television network, Animax across its respective networks worldwide, including Southeast Asia, East Asia and South Asia, in English and other languages.

    The series was licensed for distribution by Bandai Entertainment in North America.

    $32.00
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    Magikano

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    Magikano

    Magikano is a manga series by Takeaki Momose, which was later adapted into an anime series, directed by Seiji Kishi and written by Hideki Mitsui.

    The anime series was also broadcast by Animax, who adapted and dubbed the series into English for broadcast across its English language networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia from February 2007, where the series received its English language premiere.

    ADV Films has licensed the rights for the North American release of Magikano on DVD for $65,000, and released the first volume on December 4, 2007. ADV Films’ Anime Network began airing the anime on January 3, 2008 on their Subscription On Demand platform. On March 6, 2008 the anime began airing on their Free On Demand platform. In July 2008, the series became one of over 30 ADV titles to be transferred to Funimation.

    $40.00
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    Sadamitsu the Destroyer

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    Sadamitsu the Destroyer

    Sadamitsu the Destroyer is a manga series by Masahiko Nakahira. It was adapted into a 10 episode animated series.

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    Shadow Star Narutaru

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    Shadow Star Narutaru

    Shadow Star, known in Japan as Narutaru, which comes from the abbreviation of “Mukuro Naru Hoshi, Tama Taru Ko”, is the name of a Japanese manga and of the anime series which was based on the manga. The series was created by Mohiro Kitoh and was originally serialized in the magazine Afternoon. When asked about the manga, Mohiro Kitoh stated that he had about 80% of the entire story planned out from the beginning. When he was asked about the anime series, he stated he was grateful it was made. In the United States, it was licensed by Dark Horse and serialized in Super Manga Blast!

    The 13-episode anime adaptation was broadcast in 2003 on the Japanese television station Kids Station. The anime was licensed by Central Park Media and released as Shadow Star Narutaru, and has played on Comcast’s Anime Selects multiple times. In 2007 it ran on the Illusion on Demand television network. Central Park Media released the title under their “U.S. Manga Corps” line, on 4 DVDs, and later re-released the DVDs in a box set. Central Park Media filed for bankruptcy in 2009, and the DVDs have since been out of print.

    The protagonist of the series is a twelve-year-old girl named Shiina Tamai. She bonds with a starfish-shaped “dragonchild” whom she calls Hoshimaru. The series is mainly about the interaction between Shiina and other young people who have also bonded with dragons.

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    Colorful

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    Colorful

    Colorful is a manga by Torajirō Kishi which was adapted into a 16-episode anime series. The episodes are composed of vignettes typically involving men and teenage boys attempting to catch a glimpse of women’s panties and/or look down their blouses. The episodes are fast-paced, experimental in animation and sound and music, manic and very short, about seven minutes each, and filled with comedy. The show is rather ambiguous as to whether it supports the fetishes it deals with or not. The perpetrators within the show usually fail at their attempt to catch a glimpse, get caught in the act, or suffer Karmic retribution.

    Anime fanatics tend to either love or hate the series as it is considered either wildly funny, or tasteless and depraved. Colorful shares similarities with Golden Boy in several ways: most notably the inclusion of one of the characters acting the bizarre toilet fetish of Kintaro Oe in one of the episodes.

    The opening theme is “Boku no Taion wa 37.5 C.” by Yūko Miyamura.

    The English DVD was released on March 18, 2003 and was distributed by A.D. Vision. Some puns were left out of this dub, but were included in A.D.V. subtitles. One such pun involves Steve referring to his panties shots as “Japan’s exotic upside-down Fuji”.

    $24.00
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    Mamotte! Lollipop

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    Mamotte! Lollipop

    Mamotte! Lollipop is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Michiyo Kikuta. It was serialized in the magazine Nakayoshi and published by Kodansha in Japan between February 2003 and July 2005.

    The story revolves around female protagonist Nina Yamada, a seventh grader who accidentally swallows the Crystal Pearl thinking it was candy. The pearl is the goal of a sorcery examination where the students must retrieve it to pass. But since Nina has swallowed the pearl, she is now the target. Fortunately for Nina, two of the examinees decide to protect her from the other students while they work on a potion to extract the pearl from Nina.

    In 2006, Mamotte! Lollipop was adapted into a thirteen episode anime television series by Marvelous Entertainment and Sunshine Corporation under the direction of Noriyoshi Nakamura. The anime series aired between July 1, 2006 and September 2006 in Japan on KAB. In 2009, FUNimation Entertainment dubbed the anime under the name Save Me! Lollipop.

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    Pugyuru

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    Pugyuru

    Pugyuru is a Japanese four-panel comic strip by Tohiro Konno. The manga was first serialized in the Japanese manga magazine Monthly Magazine Z in June, 2001. Pugyuru was adapted into an anime series that was broadcast on April 12, 2004 on the television station Kids Station. The initial broadcast lasted for thirteen episodes and ended on July 5, 2004.

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    Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse

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    Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse

    $36.00
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    Nanaka 6/17

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    Nanaka 6/17

    Nanaka 6/17 is a 12-tankōbon manga and 12-episode anime series created by Ken Yagami.

    The manga was published by Akita Shoten, while the anime was aired on TV Tokyo. The series is licensed for distribution in the United States by ADV Films. The manga was initially licensed by Studio Ironcat, but all plans on release were dropped with the company’s bankruptcy.

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    Daphne in the Brilliant Blue

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    Daphne in the Brilliant Blue

    Daphne in the Brilliant Blue is a 2004 anime series animated by the studio J.C.Staff and produced by GENCO. Sentai Filmworks released the series in two complete collection sets.

    A manga version was drawn by manga artist and character designer Satoshi Shiki titled “I – Daphne in the Brilliant Blue”, featured in Young King OURs magazine.

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    Arcade Gamer Fubuki

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    Arcade Gamer Fubuki

    Fubuki is a girl whose only goal in life is to be the best…at arcade games! She’s not much good at sports, but when it comes to arcades, Fubuki’s a whiz with special super-powers. When an evil organization steals her powers to gain world domination, Fubuki’s dream of winning the World Championship is in danger! She and her friends must battle the wackiest bunch of video game villains ever in a quest to make playing games fun again.

    $16.00
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    Gate Keepers 21

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    Gate Keepers 21

    Gate Keepers 21 is a six-part sequel OVA series to the Gate Keepers animated TV series and has a darker and more serious plot than its predecessor. Some of the questions left unanswered in the TV series are answered in this sequel. Linking the two series are the characters Reiji Kageyama, Yukino Houjo, and the former Far Eastern AEGIS Headquarters setting, Tategami High School.

    $16.00
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