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Title:
The all-new Tenchi Muyō! [vol. 1], Alien nation
Author:
Okuda, Hitoshi.
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Publication Information:
San Francisco, CA : Viz, [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
176 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 19 cm.
General Note:
"This volume contains the first five issues of 'The all-new Tenchi Muyō!' monthly comic series"--T.p. verso.

Originally published: Tokyo : Kadokawa Shoten, 2001.
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9781569318256
Format :
Book

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The space aliens of tenchi Moyo! are back in a new series--just in time for the new Tenchi Moyo! TV series and videos! Meet the whole gang in this introductory volume: The hapless Tenchi; Ryoko, superpowered ex-space pirate turned good; Ayeka, prim princess of the planet Jurqai; Washu, the 20,000-year-old greatest genius in the universe; and Mihoshi, a space cop with two left feet. This volume features several ann-new stories of science fiction craziness and romantic hijinks--a perfect introduction for new fans!


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Library Journal Review

Despite the "all-new" tag, this is actually just a relaunching of Okuda's sf comedy manga series No Need for Tenchi, with Viz's newly adopted, slightly smaller format and lower price being the only changes. Like the preceding series, it presents enjoyable, original stories based on the Japanese animated "Tenchi" series, shown on Cartoon Network and very popular among American anime fans. But this volume is a good jumping-on point for new readers, with stories introducing and spotlighting all the major characters, including Japanese teenager Tenchi Masaki, powerful heir to the throne of planet Jurai, and the alien women who live with him on Earth: Princess Ayeka of Jurai and space pirate Ryoko, rivals for Tenchi's affections; mad scientist Washu; ditzy Galaxy Police Officer Mihoshi; and Ayeka's cute little sister Sasami, the most leve lheaded of the bunch. Okuda's clean, cartoony, black-and-white art captures the characters very well. Rated "T" for teens by Viz, this will be enjoyed by both teen and adult fans of manga comedies such as Ranma 1/2. Recommended for all collections. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


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