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Old 2009-11-24, 02:37   Link #21
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Got drawn in by the announcement, and went searching for the manga. The first 10 chapters are a little interesting, and when thing gets serious, I can't stop reading. Really looking forward to this adaption.

I just love the Tengu group. For the girl, it's Yuki Onna.
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Old 2009-11-24, 02:45   Link #22
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Got drawn in by the announcement, and went searching for the manga. The first 10 chapters are a little interesting, and when thing gets serious, I can't stop reading. Really looking forward to this adaption
Yeah see what I mean, it just gets better really quickly.
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Old 2009-11-24, 05:40   Link #23
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Top 3 manga in WSJ imo. Bleach and Naruto aren't included.
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Old 2009-11-24, 07:57   Link #24
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I don't know if reading the manga is the good thing or not, since right now my expectation for the series keeps on rising.

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Top 3 manga in WSJ imo. Bleach and Naruto aren't included.
What's WSJ?
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Old 2009-11-24, 08:22   Link #25
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Next year seams very promising so far. I hope it won't be 24-26 episodes because that wouldn't be enough to show a good parts which comes much later on...

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What's WSJ?
It stands for Weekly Shōnen Jump.
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Old 2009-11-24, 08:23   Link #26
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Got drawn in by the announcement, and went searching for the manga. The first 10 chapters are a little interesting, and when thing gets serious, I can't stop reading. Really looking forward to this adaption.
Heh, that's exactly what I did, and it's unusual to have a shonen grab me like that these days. And WSJ stands for Weekly Shonen Jump, the magazine that has NnM, Naruto, Bleach, ect.
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Old 2009-11-24, 08:37   Link #27
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Thank guys .

Well, it's still a long way to go until the airing date, so I hope they will have time for the manga to advance.
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Old 2009-11-27, 04:51   Link #28
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Top 3 manga in WSJ imo. Bleach and Naruto aren't included.
What are the other two? I think Psyren, Nurarihyon No Mago and Beelzebub are best series running right now in WSJ.
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Old 2009-11-28, 17:21   Link #29
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One Piece and Beelzebub (if it regains its lulz factor it had in the beginning)
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Old 2009-11-28, 21:21   Link #30
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Started reading this two days ago. Like wandering-dreamer, Im not usually into shonen. But I've been won over.

I'll look forward to Yui Horie as Yuki-Onna/Tsurara.
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Old 2009-11-29, 19:43   Link #31
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I was thinking about it today and I think part of the reason I like NnM so much (do we have a better shorthand if you say Nurarihyon it sounds like you're referring to the character) is because I reminds me of Amatsuki. Then I realized that the characters have the same first name AND will both be voiced by Jun Fukuyama. I'm in for some weird moments in this anime....
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Old 2009-11-29, 21:51   Link #32
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We can just refer to it as NuriMago perhaps.
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Old 2009-11-29, 23:35   Link #33
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Started reading this two days ago. Like wandering-dreamer, Im not usually into shonen. But I've been won over.

I'll look forward to Yui Horie as Yuki-Onna/Tsurara.
Thats if they are sticking with Drama CD cast, which I hope they do for most part.


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We can just refer to it as NuriMago perhaps.
I think I'll go with NuMago
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Old 2009-11-30, 06:54   Link #34
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There are two abbreviation that the Japanese fans usually use to call it, the first is NuraMago and the second is Nurari. The first one is the most popular, even the Jump editor usually use it when referring to the series in promotional material, popularity poll, etc. I usually call it NuraMago or just Mago. Oh well, whatever name we use to call it, this manga will still be awesome.
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Old 2009-12-02, 05:04   Link #35
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A successor to inuyasha!! About dam time. Humanoid anime are pretty much non-existent.
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Old 2009-12-02, 13:31   Link #36
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A successor to inuyasha!! About dam time. Humanoid anime are pretty much non-existent.
Humaniod anime? Um, last time I checked humans made up the majority of anime.... unless by humaniod you mean humaniod spirits, in which case there are still a lot of shows like that (Natsume Yujincho, Amatsuki, anything that involves ghosts).
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Old 2009-12-02, 13:41   Link #37
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There are two abbreviation that the Japanese fans usually use to call it, the first is NuraMago and the second is Nurari. The first one is the most popular, even the Jump editor usually use it when referring to the series in promotional material, popularity poll, etc. I usually call it NuraMago or just Mago. Oh well, whatever name we use to call it, this manga will still be awesome.
Yeah, I think the English population mostly refers to it as Mago, and its a pretty good name to me.

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Humaniod anime? Um, last time I checked humans made up the majority of anime.... unless by humaniod you mean humaniod spirits, in which case there are still a lot of shows like that (Natsume Yujincho, Amatsuki, anything that involves ghosts).
Humanoid: half human, half something else; something that resembles human.

Even Goku can be considered a humanoid
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Old 2009-12-02, 22:07   Link #38
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Started reading this two days ago. Like wandering-dreamer, Im not usually into shonen. But I've been won over.

I'll look forward to Yui Horie as Yuki-Onna/Tsurara.
Yui Horie and Jun Fukuyama? I am really like this combination Weren't they also the lead VAs in Inugami?
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Old 2009-12-03, 06:37   Link #39
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Yui Horie and Jun Fukuyama? I am really like this combination Weren't they also the lead VAs in Inugami?
I think you mean Inukami? If so, then yes.
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Old 2009-12-16, 14:56   Link #40
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I love yokai and anything supernatural . So I was really delighted when the manga got translated . Followed it back in the day but lost track along the way . I was somewhat cursing myself for not finding time . But this is a perfect opportunity to enjoy my Yokai obsession . Extremely Delighted to see Mago get animated
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