Yuki Kaida

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    The Prince of Tennis: Showdown in England's Tennis Fortress (2011)

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    The Prince of Tennis: Showdown in England’s Tennis Fortress (2011)

    Seigaku travels to England to play a tournament representing Japan but they are attacked by a group of street tennis players who were banned from playing official tournaments because of their rough play.

    $15.00
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    A Foreign Love Affair

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    A Foreign Love Affair

    The young leader of the Oomi group, Ranmaru, was forced to marry Kaoru, the daughter from another group. The couple went to Italy, and had their wedding on a ship. However, neither of them actually liked the marriage, and Ranmaru was kicked out by his newlywed wife Kaoru on their first night. Al (Alberto), an Italian man on the ship, took an interest in Ranmaru, and the story revolves around the romance between the two men, Ranmaru and Al.

    $4.00
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    Suzuka

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    Suzuka

    Yamato Akitsuki travels to Tokyo alone to study in one of the high schools located within the area. He lives in with his aunt who operates a public bath solely for the ladies in the local district and begins his normal high-school life. One day, he chances upon a girl in school and is immediately mesmerized by her beauty. He is shocked when he realizes later that the girl, Suzuka, is actually living next door to him. From then on, Yamato’s ordinary life begins to change little by little.

    $36.00
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    The Tatami Galaxy

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    The Tatami Galaxy

    The story revolves around an unnamed third-year Kyoto University student who reminisces about his early campus life. He meets Ozu whose encouragement sets him on a mission of dubious morality. He contemplates his affection for a younger female student, Akashi, and makes promises to her, usually of and within a romantic subtext. The culmination of his dubious missions often conflict with his interest in her in some way.

    $16.00
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    Fantastic Children

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    Fantastic Children

    Fantastic Children is a Japanese animated television series created by Takashi Nakamura and produced by Nippon Animation. It first aired on Japan across TV Tokyo between October 4, 2004 and March 28, 2005, totaling 26 episodes, and also received its satellite television premiere on the CS television network Animax.

    The series was later translated and dubbed by Animax into English for broadcast across its English-language networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia. It is licensed in North America by Bandai Entertainment, who also produced a separate English dub for release in the region.

    $72.00
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    Viper's Creed

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    Viper’s Creed

    Viper’s Creed is a Mecha action anime series created by Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan with animation by AIC Spirits and Digital Frontier. Though Hiroyuki Kanbe is the main director of the show, Shinji Aramaki is solely responsible for the creation and conception of the show. G4 aired the show in America, but later pulled it from the schedule after only four episodes likely due to low ratings.

    $16.00
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    Patalliro Saiyuki!

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    Patalliro Saiyuki!

    Genjō Sanzō is a Buddhist monk sent by the Emperor on a journey to find the sacred Buddhist scriptures. One day, Sanzō meets an Earth Deity who tells him that Buddha has sent him a disciple: the mischievous Monkey Deity Son Goku, who was sealed inside of a mountain for five hundred years after wreaking havoc in Heaven! Together with the alcohol-loving playboy Cho Hakkai; the heavenly army General Sha Gojyō; and their horse, the Dragon Crown Prince Ryūba; there are plenty of adventures to be had.

    $72.00
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    Twin Spica

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    Twin Spica

    Twin Spica is a Japanese seinen manga series written and illustrated by Kou Yaginuma. The “realistic, slice-of-life science fiction series” tells the story of a group of Japanese high school students training to become astronauts in the early 21st century after the country’s first human spaceflight launch ends in a disaster that causes many civilian casualties. It was serialized in the seinen manga magazine Comic Flapper from September 2001 to August 2009 and was later published in 16 tankōbon volumes by Media Factory from January 2002 to October 2009.

    The series is named after Spica, a binary star system and the brightest star in the constellation Virgo. In the manga, Yaginuma includes many references to historical events related to the development of human spaceflight as well as literary works such as Kenji Miyazawa’s novel Night on the Galactic Railroad. American publishing company Vertical announced acquisition of the manga’s license for English-language translation at the New York Anime Festival in September 2009, and the translated first volume was published in May 2010. The series was described by Vertical marketing director Ed Chavez as “technically sound” and “heartfelt” during its initial assessment.

    $28.00
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    Queen's Blade

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    Queen’s Blade

    Leina is walking outside of town when she encounters Melona, and tells her she is going to defeat her for attacking travellers. Melona taunts Leina for being such a weak fighter, and says she only wants to fight decent warriors as she is a participant in the Queen’s Blade, a tournament held every four years to decide who is going to be the next Queen. Risty is watching the battle from the sidelines, and just as Melona is about to kill Leina, Risty intervenes and saves her life. Soon after, Nanael appears on the battlefield, hoping she found a potential battle, only to find the place deserted. Risty tends to Leina until she recovers and takes her as a prisoner back to Vance Castle to recover the bounty on her head. When Risty arrives at the castle, Claudette appears and arrests Risty for being a thief and imprisons her in the castle’s dungeon. However, Risty escapes and steals the Vance Family’s heirloom breastplate. She hides in Leina’s room and gives Leina the armor, then leaves, encountering Claudette outside and they fight. Meanwhile, Melona appears at Leina’s window. They fight, and Leina defeats Melona by stopping her from shooting acid from her breasts, causing her to explode.

    $4.00$16.00
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    Sisters of Wellber

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    Sisters of Wellber

    Sisters of Wellber is a fantasy anime series animated by Trans Arts. Directed by Takayuki Hamana, the director behind the renowned Prince of Tennis TV series and animated movies, Sisters of Wellber began airing in Japan on Tokyo MX, Mētele, ABC, and AT-X in April 2007.

    A related manga, MUZZLE-LOADER 〜Wellber Stories〜, has begun serialization on February 28, 2007 in Monthly Comic Blade, one of Mag Garden’s magazines.

    A second season started on January 1, 2008, picking up just where the first season left off.

    $20.00
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    Yugo

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    Yugo

    Yugo is a manga written by Shinji Makari and illustrated by Akana Shu, serialized in Kodansha’s Afternoon magazine from 1994 to 2004. The series transferred to Kodansha’s Evening magazine wherein the subtitle “the Negotiator” is added in. Subsequent compilations of the original manga also add this phrase.

    ”Yugo” A.K.A. Yugo the Negotiator, or Yugo Koushounin, is the realization of the popular comic Yu-go that was published in Kondasha Afternoon Magazine over a period of 10 years. The manga was adapted into an animated television series in 2004 as Yugo the Negotiator. The anime comprises the manga’s first two major arcs, which fit within 13 episodes.

    The series follows Yugo Beppu, a hostage negotiator, in various cases around the world.

    $20.00
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    The Prince of Tennis

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    The Prince of Tennis

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