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    I'll CKBC

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    I’ll CKBC

    I’ll / Crazy Kouzu Basketball Club is an anime OVA based on the manga, I’ll, by Hiroyuki Asada. The manga has yet to be released in North America.

    Akane Tachibana and Hitonari Hiiragi were rising stars of high school basketball and bitter rivals on the court. In the past, the only thing keeping each one from being the best was the other. But when Hiiragi is transferred to Kouzu High School, they find themselves as teammates. Will the two masters of the court reconcile their differences in time for the big game against Kokutai, or will Hiiragi switch teams to challenge his rival face to face?

    The opening theme for the first OVA episode is “Migite” by J-Rock band Ellegarden and the ending theme for the second episode is “Kaze no Hi”, also by Ellegarden.

    $24.00
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    Turn A Gundam

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    Turn A Gundam

    Turn A Gundam, stylized as ∀ Gundam is a 50 episode anime series that aired between 1999 and 2000 on Japan’s FNN networks and on the anime satellite television network, Animax, which was created for the Gundam Big Bang 20th Anniversary celebration. It was also compiled into two feature-length movies entitled Turn A Gundam I: Earth Light and Turn A Gundam II: Moonlight Butterfly.

    Turn A Gundam was the last Gundam anime TV series to be directed by Yoshiyuki Tomino, who was the main creator of the Gundam franchise and had written and directed many previous Gundam works. This series was made after Tomino had recovered from his depression that had influenced Mobile Suit Victory Gundam, and the general tone and mood of Turn A Gundam is much more hopeful and less dark than his other Gundam series.

    Turn A Gundam is also the last of the Gundam metaseries to be hand painted on cels. Gundam SEED, created in 2002, was the first series to use digital coloring.

    On 22 July 2010, Bandai Entertainment announced that they had acquired the license to release Turn A Gundam in the United States and that they were planning to release the series on Region 1 DVD in 2011. The release was cancelled in January 2012 when Bandai Entertainment announced it would no longer offer any new products in the North American territory.

    $36.00
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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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    Uta Kata

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    Uta Kata

    Uta∽Kata is a 2004 anime TV series. Written differently, the title can also refer to bubbles, which is used as such in the ending theme.

    The series can be loosely considered a magical girl story. However, this series deviates from more conventional magical girl themes in that it addresses topics that are for a more mature audience, such as child abuse, eating disorders, and possibly misanthropy. Nevertheless, it illustrates the main character’s coming of age with each progressive episode, becoming more and more emotionally intense as the story goes on.

    The story follows Ichika Tachibana’s life over a summer holiday when she meets Manatsu Kuroki. The series then details their summer activities and the use of special creatures called Djinn, elemental creatures that lend their powers to Ichika to help her and her friends when they invariably find themselves in danger, and eventually for their own motives.

    $32.00
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    Nyan Koi!

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    Nyan Koi!

    Nyan Koi! is a manga created by Sato Fujiwara. It started serialization on Flex Comix’s free web comic FlexComix Blood on August 10, 2007. An anime adaptation premiered on October 1, 2009 in Japan. North American anime distributor Section23 Films announced that Sentai Filmworks has licensed the series. The complete subtitled set was released on December 14, 2010. The series will be re-released on DVD and Blu-ray with and English dub on September 13, 2013.

    $16.00
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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.

    $16.00
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    And Yet The Town Moves

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    And Yet The Town Moves

    Clumsy Arashiyama is a girl with a love for mysteries and a knack for getting into trouble. She works for an old lady’s lackluster maid café in a small shopping district. The cafe is largely unsuccessful in attracting customers aside from Sanada, a regular and one of Arashiyama’s classmates (who has a secret crush on her). One day Arashiyama’s clever friend Tatsuno is invited to the café, and, upon seeing the miserable state of things (and Sanada, whom she has a secret crush on), decides to work there. Don’t miss the crazy antics of Arashiyama and friends, mismatched love stories, and all the hilarity that is created as a result, in Sore Machi.

    $16.00
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    Gift ~eternal rainbow~

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    Gift ~eternal rainbow~

    $20.00
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    xxxHOLiC

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    xxxHOLiC

    $32.00
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    Blue Dragon

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    Blue Dragon

    A terrible and mysterious enemy attacks the small village of Shu and his friend Kluke. The great warrior Zola, followed by Jiro, will help them discover the ability to evoke shadows (in the form of monsters of all kinds) to fight against the evil invaders. The four, who call themselves Shadow Evocators, take a trip to find all the other boys who have a shadow to defeat the wicked Nene, who heads the Great Reagan, an army that attacked Talta. The evocative boys are actually descendants of the legendary Soldiers of Light, those who for centuries had saved the world from evil. The group will also join the lovely Marumaro, and the sweet Bouquet.

    $68.00
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    Shion no Ō

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    Shion no Ō

    Shion no Ō, subtitled The Flowers of Hard Blood, is a Japanese mystery manga written by Masaru Katori and illustrated by Jiro Ando. It is published by Kodansha in the seinen manga magazine Afternoon, and is collected in eight bound volumes. It has been adapted as a twenty-two episode anime television series by Studio Deen, which aired in Japan between October 2007 and March 2008. A video game for the Nintendo DS was released on April 10, 2008 by Mainichi Communications.

    $20.00
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    Ultraviolet: Code 044

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    Ultraviolet: Code 044

    Ultraviolet: Code 044 is an anime series loosely based on the 2006 science fiction film, Ultraviolet written and directed by Kurt Wimmer.

    The show was produced by the anime studio Madhouse and was directed by Osamu Dezaki. The series received positive reviews, being praised by the story context, themes and soundtrack.

    $16.00
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