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Howl's Moving Castle (film) Meanwhile, Sophie's country is caught up in a war with a neighboring country, following the mysterious disappearance of the other country's Crown Prince.

Howl's Moving Castle (film)

The King summons Howl (Pendragon and Jenkins) to fight in the war. However, Howl decides to send Sophie to the King under the pretense of being his mother, to profess the cowardice of one of Howl's two aliases. Before leaving, he gives to Sophie a charmed ring that connects her to Calcifer. He also assures her that he will follow her to the palace in disguise. Boku Dake ga Inai Machi. Boku Dake ga Inai Machi (僕だけがいない街?

Boku Dake ga Inai Machi

, lit. The Town Where Only I am Missing) is an ongoing Japanese fantasy suspense seinen manga series written and illustrated by Kei Sanbe and serialized on Kadokawa Shoten's Young Ace magazine since 2012.[2][3] Volume 1 was released on January 26, 2013[4] and 5 volumes have been published so far.[5] It is published in French by Ki-oon.[3] Intrigue in the Bakumatsu – Irohanihoheto. Story[edit] The series is set in the Bakumatsu era, with the Shogunate being in its final years, and war fast approaching.

Intrigue in the Bakumatsu – Irohanihoheto

When Akizuki Yōjirō, a dark and mysterious mercenary, nears something supernatural with some kind of importance to him, the ornament on the end of his sword hilt waves in its direction, his eyes glow mysteriously, and he is driven to go after it. He comes across a traveling theater group who is out for revenge for the killing of the parents of the group's leader, and whose mysterious playwright likes to secretly help along events of history. Yōjirō joins them to lend them his skill against their enemies, while dark conspiracy continues to follow behind him. The Story of Saiunkoku. The Story of Saiunkoku (彩雲国物語, Saiunkoku Monogatari?

The Story of Saiunkoku

, lit. "Tale of the Kingdom of Colored Clouds") is a series of Japanese light novels written by Sai Yukino and illustrated by Kairi Yura. As of July 2011, the eighteenth and final volume was released, concluding the series. Four side story anthologies have also been released, collecting stories originally published in The Beans magazine. Spice and Wolf. A manga adaptation illustrated by Keito Koume began serialization in the November 2007 issue of ASCII Media Works' seinen manga magazine Dengeki Maoh.

Spice and Wolf

The manga was licensed by Yen Press, which has begun releasing the volumes in English. A 12-episode anime adaptation aired between January and March 2008, plus a single original video animation (OVA) episode released in May 2008.[4][5] A second OVA was released in April 2009 as a prequel to the second anime season Spice and Wolf II, which aired 12 episodes between July and September 2009. Both anime seasons were released in English by Kadokawa Pictures USA and Funimation. Two visual novels based on the series for the Nintendo DS were released by ASCII Media Works in June 2008 and September 2009. Plot[edit] Shōnen Onmyōji. Shōnen Onmyōji (少年陰陽師?)

Shōnen Onmyōji

Is a light novel authored by Mitsuru Yūki and illustrated by Sakura Asagi. The novel is serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's The Beans. The light novel has 36 volumes, including three short stories and a side story. Shounen Onmyouji - Episode 01 [English Subbed] Our Home's Fox Deity. Plot[edit] Tōru and Noburo are brothers of the Takagami Family.

Our Home's Fox Deity.

Toru has Yin in his blood and is constantly targeted by the yōkai and other creatures lurking in Japan. Hakkenden: Eight Dogs of the East. Hakkenden: Eight Dogs of the East (八犬伝 ―東方八犬異聞―, Hakkenden: Tōhō Hakken Ibun?)

Hakkenden: Eight Dogs of the East

Is a Japanese manga series by Miyuki Abe based on the epic novel series Nansō Satomi Hakkenden. An anime adaptation of the manga, produced by Studio Deen, premiered on January 5, 2013.[1] A second season premiered summer of 2013.[2] Plot[edit] Five years prior to the start of the story the residents of Ōtsuka village all died in a plague, with only three survivors; Shino Inuzuka, Sosuke Inukawa and Hamaji. Gingitsune. Snow White with the Red Hair. Plot[edit]

Snow White with the Red Hair

[Light Novel][English] Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei. Title: Mahouka Koukou no RettouseiAuthor: Satou Tsutomu Description : Magic.Is a product of neither legends nor fairy tales, but instead has become a technology of reality since a time unknown to people.Supernatural power became a technology systematized through magic, while magic became a technical skill.

[Light Novel][English] Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei

The Sacred Blacksmith. The Sacred Blacksmith (Japanese: の, Hepburn: Seiken no Burakkusumisu? , lit. "The Sacred Sword Blacksmith"), is a Japanese light novel series by Isao Miura, with illustrations by Luna. All 16 volumes have been published by Media Factory under their MF Bunko J label. A manga adaptation by Kōtarō Yamada started serialization in the seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Alive on March 27, 2009. The first tankōbon was published June 23, 2009. Gate: jieitai kanochi nite, kaku tatakaeri. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Gate: jieitai kanochi nite, kaku tatakaeri Gate: jieitai kanochi nite, kaku tatakaeri (ゲート 自衛隊 彼の地にて、斯く戦えり, Gēto jieitai kanochi nite, kaku tatakaeri?)

Est une série de light novels écrite par Takumi Yanai et illustrée originellement par Daisuke Izuka. Initialement publiée sur Internet à partir de 2006, la série est publiée en volume reliés depuis 2010 par AlphaPolis. Une adaptation en manga dessinée par Satoru Sao est publiée depuis 2011 par AlphaPolis. Synopsis[modifier | modifier le code] Le sous-lieutenant Itami, profitant d'une permission pour aller à une convention de fanzines, se retrouve dans une gare du quartier de Ginza à Tokyo, alors qu'au même moment une porte géante apparaît. Personnages[modifier | modifier le code]