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|Also Called:||Juuni Kokuki | The Twelve Kingdoms | Juuni Kokki | 十二国記|
|Released on year:||2002|
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Youko Nakajima has always wanted to be just average. She does what she is being asked to do, gets good grades, is the president of the class, and even supports her classmates whenever she can, but she has never fit in because of her red hair. Youko lets classmates take advantage of her with her pushover attitude, so she has nobody she can honestly consider a friend.But on a day otherwise ordinary, a man pretending to be from another planet barges and bows before her into Youko's classroom. This elegant blond-haired man, Keiki, claims Youko is his lord, and belongs on his kingdom's throne.
Their first encounter, however, is cut short as Keiki is pursued by otherworldly beasts named youma. He can flee into his own world with Youko, but two other classmates are both caught up in madness, Ikuya Asano and Yuka Sugimoto. Unfortunately, their troubles have only just begun, as they are left separated from Keiki by the youma attack.These ordinary students, alone in this strange new land, must learn to fend for themselves or die..
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The Twelve Kingdoms ( 十二国記, Jūni Kokuki, also known as "Record of 12 Countries" or "Jūni Kokki" ) is a series of Japanese fantasy novels by Fuyumi Ono and illustrated by Akihiro Yamada. Kodansha published the first entry in the series entitled The Twelve Kingdoms: Sea of Shadow in Japan in 1992; the last volume of Kodansha was released in 2001. The series was revived at Shinchosha under the Shinchō Bunko line in 2012. Shinchosha has also begun reprinting the older volumes with new cover and interior art from Akihiro Yamada. The first new publication of the series in six years was announced for a 2019 release date.
In 2002 Pierrot adapted the books inspired by Chinese mythology into an anime television series. It aired from April 9, 2002 to August 30, 2003 on Japan's NHK, and totalled 45 episodes.The novels were licensed in the United States by Tokyopop and the first four volumes were released between March 2007 and November 2010 as part of their Pop Fiction line. Subsequently, the English license reverted to Kodansha. The entire anime series has been released on DVD and Blu-ray in the United States by Media Blasters, which are now out of print. Now, the license is transferred to Discotek Media for a complete series Blu-ray released in 2019.
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