First thing I’ll say is it’s not like the manga. Which i kind of refreshing. There are so many shows out there are go completely off a manga. And, I’m talking panel by panel. I know it’s always great to see your favorite manga come to life but, it’s also nice to not know what’s going on. Continue reading “Toji no Miko Episode 1”
I have feeling about CLAMP. I will do my best to be objective while watching this series.
But, I not making any promises.
Lets first talk about the title. This is a Chinese donghua or manhua, or manga or comic– what ever you want to call it, it all translates the same. So, there are three names for this show. The English is Fox Spirit Matchmaker, the Chinese Huyao Xiao Hongniang, and the Japanese enmusubi no youko-chan. This isn’t going to get confusing at all.
Baccano! is written by Ryogo Narita (writer of Durarara! you can read my review of it here) and illustrated by Katsumi Enami. It was first published in 2003 and is still on going. There is a two volume manga that is a side story for the series there is an other manga that is currently running that is an other side story for the series. There is also an anime that runs 16 episode, it came out in 2007. (I did a review of the anime you can check that out here) There is also are two drama CDs with two side stories on them. Also, there is a DS game that fallows the events of the anime and the second and third book.
Claymore, Kureimoa in Japanese, is written and illustrated by Norihiro Yagi. It was first published in 2001. The series ran for 13 years till 2014, it lasted for 24 volumes. The manga spawned a 26 episode anime in 2007, by the same name. There is also a game based off the series, Claymore: Gingan no Majo, that came out in 2009.
The Familiar of Zero is written by Noboru Yamaguchi and illustrated by Eiji Usatsuka. It was first published in 2004. The series is still going strong with 20 volumes and counting. There have been four anime series based of the novels, each 12 episodes long. There are two light novel spin offs. Three manga based on it and an OVA. Also, there have been four games based on the series as well.