Takehito Koyasu

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    Betterman

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    Betterman

    Betterman is a Japanese anime television series which began airing in 1999. It was created by Sunrise’s internal “Studio 7” under the direction of Yoshitomo Yonetani. Betterman uses heavily Jungian symbolism and themes, such as Animus.

    The series was translated into English by The Ocean Group in Vancouver, British Columbia at their Blue Water Studios facility in Calgary, Alberta.

    $36.00
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    Knight Hunters

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    Knight Hunters

    Weiß Kreuz is a series about four assassins that work in a flower shop called “Kitty in the House”, a reference to their feline codenames. The assassins are members of a group called Weiß, which is run by Persia of the mysterious Kritiker organization.

    The Weiß Kreuz franchise includes two seasons of anime and one OVA series, a light novel, two manga series, and several drama CDs. The four voice actors of the main characters – Takehito Koyasu, Hiro Yūki, Shinichirō Miki, Tomokazu Seki – formed a band named “Weiß”; several CDs and singles were released. Media Blasters released the anime in the North America as Knight Hunters: Weiß Kreuz.

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    ゲ ー ト キ ー パ ー ズ

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    ゲ ー ト キ ー パ ー ズ

    $8.00$32.00
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    Kaleido Star

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    Kaleido Star

    Kaleido Star is a Japanese anime series animated Japanese studio Gonzo. The series was created by Junichi Sato, who also directed the first season, and written by Reiko Yoshida. Kaleido Star: New Wings was directed by Yoshimasa Hiraike.

    Kaleido Star follows Sora Naegino, a Japanese young girl who comes to the United States to fulfill her dream: to perform at the world famous Kaleido Stage.

    Three original video animations have been produced, as well as a manga series and a novel.

    $24.00$36.00
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    Keroro

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    Keroro

    keroro! A brand-new campaign to invade Pekopon begins!

    $24.00
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    Master of Mosquiton '99

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    Master of Mosquiton ’99

    Master of Mosquiton is a Japanese manga series written by Hiroshi Negishi and Satoru Akahori and illustrated by Tsutomu Isomata about a girl named Hitomebore Inaho whose grandmother was in love with a vampire. Inaho appears to be a vampire expert and is obsessed with money. She meets a vampire at an all-girls Catholic high school. The manga was adapted into a 1996 original video animation series and was re-imagined into a 1997 anime televisions series.

    $36.00
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    Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo

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    Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo

    $104.00
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    Overman King Gainer

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    Overman King Gainer

    Overman King Gainer is an anime TV series, created by Sunrise. Directed by longtime animator Yoshiyuki Tomino, the creator of the Gundam series, written by Ichirō Ōkouchi, and featuring character designs by Yoshihiro Nakamura, Kinu Nishimura and Ken’ichi Yoshida, the series ran from September 7, 2002 to March 22, 2003 on Japan’s WOWOW network, spanning a total of 26 episodes.

    $72.00
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    Princess Lover!

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    Princess Lover!

    Princess Lover! is a Japanese visual novel, and the first title developed by Ricotta. It was first released as an adult game for the PC on June 27, 2008 in both limited and regular editions, which was followed by an all-ages release for the PlayStation 2 on January 28, 2010. The gameplay in Princess Lover! follows a linear plot line which offers pre-determined scenarios and courses of interaction, and its story focuses on the appeal of the four female main characters.

    Princess Lover! has received several transitions to other media. The game was first adapted into three light novels written by Utsusemi and illustrated by Hyūma Kitsuhi. It was then followed by two manga adaptations: the first, illustrated by Naoha Yuigi, began serialization in Media Factory’s Media Factory Mobile! service on March 20, 2009; and the second, illustrated by Yū Midorigi, began its serialization in the manga magazine Comic Valkyrie on July 27, 2009. An anime adaptation produced by the animation studio GoHands also began its broadcast in Japan on July 5, 2009, and it was later followed by other networks in the same month. An Internet radio show has also been produced to promote the anime adaptation, and began its broadcast on July 3, 2009.

    $32.00
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    Amazing Nurse Nanako

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    Amazing Nurse Nanako

    Amazing Nurse Nanako is an anime OVA series released in Japan. There were 6 episodes. It was released in January 2003 in a DVD box-set in the United States through Geneon.

    The series details the life and history of Nanako Shichigusa, a 16-year-old who works as a maid in the hospital of Dr. Kyogi Ogami, the male lead. Nanako is a classic ditzy slapstick protagonist who tends to accidentally break things and do everything wrong. Ogami treats her frequently in a cruel or heartless manner—threatening her, yelling at her and even subjecting her to physical abuse—yet at the climax of every episode he comes through to rescue her from whatever predicament she got herself into. Much of the series revolves around the relationship between Nanako and Ogami—his mean veneer, her faith in him, and how he alternates between the evil mad scientist archetype and the knight in shining armor archetype.

    As the series progresses we are gradually revealed the history between Nanako and Ogami’s family and given a reason why the two are so tightly knit together, as well as why the title refers to Nanako as a “nurse”. A minor supporting cast is introduced, though Nanako and Ogami are clearly the leads. The plot incorporates the American military, the Catholic Church and outlandish science fiction experiments, with these elements progressed mostly in the lead episode and the last two episodes. The middle episodes 2-4 feature mostly unrelated one-shot plots, though minor progress is made in each episode regarding the history between Nanako and Ogami’s family.

    $16.00
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    Divergence Eve

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    Divergence Eve

    Divergence Eve is a thirteen episode Japanese anime series created by Takumi Tsukumo and directed by Hiroshi Negishi, with production by Operation EVE and animation production from RADIX.

    The series is a science fiction story set in the far future, incorporating aspects of space opera. The character-driven storyline focuses primarily on the psychology of the main character, her social interactions, her inhuman abilities, and the conspiracy surrounding them. The technology is often secondary to this, but it is not ignored; several aspects, including their means of faster-than-light travel, are explained and loosely based on modern physics.

    The series was a hit in Japan, which led to the creation of a sequel, Misaki Chronicles, which also ran for 13 episodes.

    In North America, the television series was released by ADV Films, aired from 2 July 2003 to 24 September 2003, ran for 13 episodes, and was released in 3 volumes on VHS and DVD. Sentai Filmworks will re-release the series in a box set, including Misaki Chronicles.

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