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  1. List of Angel Heart chapters - Wikipedia

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    The chapters of Japanese manga Angel Heart are written and illustrated by Tsukasa Hojo. The 1st season has been released in 2 editions, the first time edited by Bunch Comics simply under the title Angel Heart, the second time by Zenon Comics DX ...

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  3. List of The Promised Neverland chapters - Wikipedia

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    List of. The Promised Neverland. chapters. The Promised Neverland is a Japanese shōnen manga series written by Kaiu Shirai and illustrated by Posuka Demizu. The series was published by Shueisha and serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine from ...

  4. Higehiro - Wikipedia

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    Higehiro, short for Higehiro: After Being Rejected, I Shaved and Took in a High School Runaway (Japanese: ひげを剃る。そして女子高生を拾う。, Hepburn: Hige o Soru. Soshite Joshi Kōsei o Hirou.), is a Japanese romantic comedy light novel series ...

  5. Erased (manga) - Wikipedia

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    The story follows Satoru Fujinuma, a young man living in Chiba who possesses an ability known as "Revival" that sends him back in timemoments before a life-threatening incident, enabling him to prevent it from happening again. When his mother is murdered by an unknown assailant in his own home, Satoru's ability sends him back eighteen years into the past and Satoru is given the opportunity to not only save his mother, but also prevent a kidnapping incident that took the lives of three of his childhood friends.

    Satoru Fujinuma(藤沼 悟, Fujinuma Satoru)

    1. Voiced by: Shinnosuke Mitsushima (adult), Tao Tsuchiya (child) (Japanese); Ben Diskin (adult), Michelle Ruff (child)(English) 2. Played by: Tatsuya Fujiwara (adult, film), Tsubasa Nakagawa (child, film), Yuki Furukawa (adult, drama),Reo Uchikawa (child, drama) 3. Satoru is a 29-year-old manga artist who also works part-time as a delivery man at Oasi Pizza. Many years ago while he was still a child, his father left him and his mother for which reason he is living in a single parenthome. He...

    Kayo Hinazuki(雛月 加代, Hinazuki Kayo)

    1. Voiced by: Aoi Yūki (Japanese); Stephanie Sheh(English) 2. Played by: Rio Suzuki(film), Rinka Kakihara (drama) 3. Kayo is one of Satoru's primary school classmates and is one of the original victims of the serial kidnapping case that occurred 18 years ago.

    Airi Katagiri(片桐 愛梨, Katagiri Airi)

    1. Voiced by: Chinatsu Akasaki (Japanese); Cherami Leigh(English) 2. Played by: Kasumi Arimura (film), Mio Yūki(drama) 3. Airi is a high school student and Satoru's friendly co-worker at Oasi Pizza. She becomes involved with him when she witnesses oddities such as when he manages to save people from certain life-threatening situations.

    Manga

    The original manga, written by Kei Sanbe, was serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Young Ace magazine from the July 2012 issue (shipping date: June 4, 2012) through the April 2016 issue (shipping date: March 4, 2016). The first tankōbon volume was released in Japan on January 26, 2013, with eight volumes published as of April 27, 2016. The series is licensed by Yen Press, who released the first volume in February 2017. The Yen Press hardcover editions combine two of the original volumes per book,...

    Anime

    An anime television adaptation produced by A-1 Pictures aired on Fuji TV's Noitamina programming block from January 8 to March 25, 2016, and was simulcast on Crunchyroll, Daisuki, Funimation and AnimeLab. The series was directed by Tomohiko Itō and written by Taku Kishimoto, with character design by Keigo Sasaki. The opening theme is "Re:Re:" by Asian Kung-Fu Generation, while the ending theme is "Sore wa Chiisana Hikari no Youna"(それは小さな光のような, It's Like a Small Light) by Sayuri. The series is...

    Live-action adaptations

    A live-action film adaptation of Erased featuring Tatsuya Fujiwara as Satoru Fujinuma debuted in cinemas throughout Japan on March 19, 2016. The theme song is "Hear ~Shinjiaeta Akashi~"(Hear 〜信じあえた証〜, lit. Hear ~A proof that you could trust~)by Chise Kanna. In March 2017, Netflix announced a live-action adaptation of the manga series, co-created with Kansai TV. The Netflix Original series was released worldwide on December 15, 2017. Unlike the anime and live-action film, the live-action web d...

    Volume 4 reached the 12th place on the weekly Oricon manga chartand, as of June 15, 2014, has sold 73,983 copies. The manga was number sixteen on the 2014 Kono Manga ga Sugoi! Top 20 Manga for Male Readers survey. It was nominated for the 18th Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize Reader Award. It was also nominated for the 7th Manga Taishō, receiving 82 points and placing 2nd among the ten nominees.It is nominated for the 8th Manga Taishō. The staff at manga-news.com gave the French edition a grade of 17.33 out of 20.On Manga Sanctuary one of the staff members gave it an 8 out of 10.

  6. List of Japanese films of 2021 - Wikipedia

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    Highest-grossing films The following is a list of the 10 highest-grossing Japanese films released at the Japanese box office during 2021. Rank Title Gross 1 Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time ¥8.67 billion (US$79.2 million) 2 Detective ...

  7. List of Japanese films of 2015 - Wikipedia

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    Highest-grossing films The following is a list of the 10 highest-grossing Japanese films at the Japanese box office during 2015, according to the Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan. Opening Title Cast and crew Details Genre(s) Ref(s) ...

  8. Kana Hanazawa - Wikipedia

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    Kana Hanazawa (花澤 香菜, Hanazawa Kana, born February 25, 1989) is a Japanese actress, voice actress and singer. [1] [2] She is best known for her voice performances in anime, which include Nadeko Sengoku in Monogatari, Anri Sonohara in ...

  9. List of Digimon episodes and films - Wikipedia

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    December 15, 2013 15 "Trouble in Paradise" ("Heaven Zone, The Trap of Paradise!") Transcription: "Hebun Zōn, Rakuen no Wana!" (Japanese: ヘブンゾーン、楽園の罠!) TBA Reiko Yoshida November 9, 2010 () December 22, ...

  10. List of Digimon Data Squad episodes - Wikipedia

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    This is a complete list of episodes from the anime series Digimon Data Squad. As it currently stands, Digimon Data Squad is the shortest series in the franchise to date, and ends with 48 episodes. The series ran in Japan on Fuji TV from April ...

  11. Sakurazaka46 - Wikipedia

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    2015: Formation

    On February 22, 2015, during the Nogizaka46 3rd Year Birthday Live at Seibu Dome, Nogizaka46 announced plans to recruit the first generation members for their new project. It was revealed that the new group's name was Toriizaka46(鳥居坂46), named after the Toriizaka area in the Roppongi district of Minato, Tokyo, and the recruitment was started on July 28. The final examination of the audition took place on August 21, the same day as Nogizaka46 was created, and 22 passed out of 22,509 candidates...

    2016–2017: Early success

    On April 6, 2016, the group debuted their first single, Silent Majority. All members except Neru Nagahama were selected to perform in the title song. It sold 261,580 copies in the first week and ranked first on the Oricon weekly chart. The single also broke the debut week sales record for female artists, previously held by HKT48 with their single Suki! Suki! Skip!. Between April and May, eighteen people auditioning for Hiragana Keyakizaka46 live streamed on Showroom as part of the audition pr...

    2018–2020: Departures, 9th single, and renaming

    In 2018, Yui Imaizumi became the first member to leave the group, intending to pursue other forms of entertainment. Afterwards, more members left the group, including Nanami Yonetani and Manaka Shida in 2018 and Neru Nagahama in 2019. Meanwhile, on November 29, 2018, the two Sakamichi Series groups held joint audition, where thirty-nine people passed. Out of those members, eleven went to Nogizaka46, nine went to Kanji Keyakizaka46, one went to Hiragana Keyakizaka46, and the remaining fifteen...

    In 2016, Keyakizaka46 was criticized by the Simon Wiesenthal Center for wearing outfits resembling the Schutzstaffel military uniforms of Nazi Germanyat a concert. Sony Music responded with an official apology.

    Since its founding, Sakurazaka46 had a total of 59 members from five generations, including members from Hiragana Keyakizaka46 (now Hinatazaka46). 26 of those members are still in the group. Second generation members marked with an asterisk (*) joined after the initial second generation members on February 15, 2020.

    Television shows

    1. Keyakitte, Kakenai?(欅って、書けない?) (TV Tokyo, October 4, 2015 –) 2. KeyaBingo! (NTV, July 5 – September 26, 2016) 3. Tokuyama Daigorō o Dare ga Koroshitaka?(徳山大五郎を誰が殺したか?)(TV Tokyo, July 17 – October 2, 2016) 4. KeyaBingo!2(NTV, January 9, 2017 – March 27, 2017) 5. Zankokuna Kankyakutachi(残酷な観客達) (NTV, May 18 – July 20, 2017) 6. KeyaBingo!3(NTV, July 17 – September 25, 2017) 7. Re:Mind (TV Tokyo & Netflix, October 2017) 8. Hiragana Oshi(ひらがな推し) (TV Tokyo, April 8, 2018 –) 9. KeyaBingo!4 Hiraga...

    Radio shows

    1. Keyakizaka46 no All Night Nippon (Nippon Broadcasting System, January 5, 2016) 2. Keyakizaka46 no All Night Nippon R(欅坂46のオールナイトニッポンR)(Nippon Broadcasting System, January 31, February 28, and March 27, 2016) 3. Keyakizaka46 Kochira Yūrakuchō Hoshizora Hōsōkyoku(Nippon Broadcasting System, 2016-)

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