The chapters were collected in twenty-eight tankōbon volumes by Kodansha , with the first volume released on August 12, 2003 [3] and volume 28 released on November 17, 2009. [4] Each chapter is called "Chapitre" ( シャピトル , Shapitoru ) , French for "Chapter". All the volumes were also released in deluxe edition at the same time of the originals' release, containing color pages and new illustrations. [5] [6] A new manga titled Tsubasa World Chronicle Mirai Nikki Hen started seriazation in Kodansha's Magaznine Special in August 2014.

The first series has been adapted into a 52 episode anime series titled Tsubasa Chronicle animated by Bee Train and directed by Kōichi Mashimo . [7] Other animated adaptions but produced by Production I.G include an anime film, The Princess in the Birdcage Kingdom , [8] a three part original video animation (OVA) series, Tsubasa Tokyo Revelations , and another two part OVA series, Tsubasa Shunraiki . [9] [10]

The Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle manga series and its respective animated adaptations feature a large cast of fictional characters designed by Clamp . The series takes place in a fictional multiverse with parallel dimensions where several characters – taken from many of Clamp's past works – can appear in several of the universes as having the same character names and designs but differing histories and settings.

Using Osamu Tezuka 's Star System , Clamp designed the series' characters based on the ones they used in their previous works. Few of the characters appearing in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle are the exact ones from other series, most notably the ones from xxxHolic , series which often crossovers Tsubasa . The characters from Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle have received positive critical response by critics due to their traits, and development across the series. Various types of merchandising have also been released based on them.

Syaoran ( 小狼 , Shaoran ) is a resident of the Kingdom of Clow. He is the adopted son of the late archeologist Fujitaka , who he started continuing his work while living alone after Fujitaka died. [7] After Sakura's memories are scattered, he makes it his goal to find them, despite knowing that she will never remember him as part of a payment to Yūko Ichihara to obtain the white Mokona Modoki creature. [8] Nevertheless, throughout the journey he starts bonding with Sakura again as well as with his companions Fai D. Flowright , Kurogane and Mokona. [9] He is voiced by Miyu Irino in Japanese, and by Jason Liebrecht in English. [10] [11]

The manga was licensed for English language release by Del Rey Manga, who has released all of its volumes since April 27, 2004. Funimation Entertainmentlicensed the anime for English release. They published all the TV episodes in DVD volumes as well as the film. The OVAs of  Tsubasa  were released in North America in January 2011.

Fai buys a piano for The Cat's Eye but he doesn't know how to play it. Kurogane begins training Syaoran on how to counteract him being blind in his right eye by learning how to balance between his left and right side. A strange woman comes into the The Cat's Eye and starts asking Sakura where she's from and why she's here. Sakura goes into a trance and the woman starts playing the piano and Sakura starts singing "You are my love" in Japanese "Lost Memories" in English Dub.

The chapters were collected in twenty-eight tankōbon volumes by Kodansha , with the first volume released on August 12, 2003 [3] and volume 28 released on November 17, 2009. [4] Each chapter is called "Chapitre" ( シャピトル , Shapitoru ) , French for "Chapter". All the volumes were also released in deluxe edition at the same time of the originals' release, containing color pages and new illustrations. [5] [6] A new manga titled Tsubasa World Chronicle Mirai Nikki Hen started seriazation in Kodansha's Magaznine Special in August 2014.

The first series has been adapted into a 52 episode anime series titled Tsubasa Chronicle animated by Bee Train and directed by Kōichi Mashimo . [7] Other animated adaptions but produced by Production I.G include an anime film, The Princess in the Birdcage Kingdom , [8] a three part original video animation (OVA) series, Tsubasa Tokyo Revelations , and another two part OVA series, Tsubasa Shunraiki . [9] [10]

The chapters were collected in twenty-eight tankōbon volumes by Kodansha , with the first volume released on August 12, 2003 [3] and volume 28 released on November 17, 2009. [4] Each chapter is called "Chapitre" ( シャピトル , Shapitoru ) , French for "Chapter". All the volumes were also released in deluxe edition at the same time of the originals' release, containing color pages and new illustrations. [5] [6] A new manga titled Tsubasa World Chronicle Mirai Nikki Hen started seriazation in Kodansha's Magaznine Special in August 2014.

The first series has been adapted into a 52 episode anime series titled Tsubasa Chronicle animated by Bee Train and directed by Kōichi Mashimo . [7] Other animated adaptions but produced by Production I.G include an anime film, The Princess in the Birdcage Kingdom , [8] a three part original video animation (OVA) series, Tsubasa Tokyo Revelations , and another two part OVA series, Tsubasa Shunraiki . [9] [10]

The Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle manga series and its respective animated adaptations feature a large cast of fictional characters designed by Clamp . The series takes place in a fictional multiverse with parallel dimensions where several characters – taken from many of Clamp's past works – can appear in several of the universes as having the same character names and designs but differing histories and settings.

Using Osamu Tezuka 's Star System , Clamp designed the series' characters based on the ones they used in their previous works. Few of the characters appearing in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle are the exact ones from other series, most notably the ones from xxxHolic , series which often crossovers Tsubasa . The characters from Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle have received positive critical response by critics due to their traits, and development across the series. Various types of merchandising have also been released based on them.

Syaoran ( 小狼 , Shaoran ) is a resident of the Kingdom of Clow. He is the adopted son of the late archeologist Fujitaka , who he started continuing his work while living alone after Fujitaka died. [7] After Sakura's memories are scattered, he makes it his goal to find them, despite knowing that she will never remember him as part of a payment to Yūko Ichihara to obtain the white Mokona Modoki creature. [8] Nevertheless, throughout the journey he starts bonding with Sakura again as well as with his companions Fai D. Flowright , Kurogane and Mokona. [9] He is voiced by Miyu Irino in Japanese, and by Jason Liebrecht in English. [10] [11]

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