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Japanese manga and anime series

The Qwaser of Stigmata

Cover of the starting time book of
The Qwaser of Stigmata
every bit published by Akita Shoten featuring Mafuyu Oribe (middle) and Alexander likooNikolaevich Hell (bottom)




聖痕のクェイサー




(
Seikon no Kweisā
)
Genre Adventure, romance, supernatural[1]
Manga
Written past Hiroyuki Yoshino
Illustrated past Kenetsu Satō
Published by Akita Shoten
English language publisher Tokyopop
(old)
Magazine Champion Reddish
Demographic Seinen
Original run September 2006

July ix, 2016
Volumes 24
(List of volumes)
Anime television receiver series
Directed by Hiraku Kaneko
Written by Makoto Uezu
Music by Tatsuya Kato
Studio Hoods Amusement
Licensed past

NA

Sentai Filmworks

Original network MBS, Tokyo MX, CTC, TVS, tvk, AT-X
(Television, censored), AnimeOne
(webcast, uncensored)
English language network

Usa

Anime Network
(webcast, uncensored)

Original run
January 9, 2010



June 19, 2010
Episodes 24
(List of episodes)
Original video animation
The Qwaser of Stigmata: Portrait of the Empress
Directed by Hiraku Kaneko
Written past Shigeru Morita
Music past Tatsuya Kato
Studio Hoods Amusement
Licensed by

NA

Sentai Filmworks

Released October 20, 2010
Runtime 25 minutes
Anime television series
The Qwaser of Stigmata Two
Directed by Hiraku Kaneko
Written past Makoto Uezu
Music by Tatsuya Kato
Studio Hoods Amusement
Licensed by

NA

Sentai Filmworks

Original network Tokyo MX, CTC, AT-10
(censored), AnimeOne
(webcast, uncensored)
English language network

US

Anime Network
(webcast, uncensored)

Original run
April 11, 2011



June 28, 2011
Episodes 12
(List of episodes)
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The Qwaser of Stigmata


(Japanese:
聖痕のクェイサー, Hepburn:

Seikon no Kueisā
)

is a manga and anime series authored past Hiroyuki Yoshino featuring art by Kenetsu Satō. The series is notable for its violence, fan service, and the use of vital energy coming from women’s breasts (referred to as
Soma) as a cardinal plot device. The manga series was published in Japan in the manga magazine
Champion Red
from 2006 to 2016, and the chapters collected into 24
tankōbon
volumes. A 24-episode anime tv series was produced with the same championship as the manga series and broadcast in Japan on Biglobe in 2010. An OVA adaptation titled
The Qwaser of Stigmata: Portrait of the Empress

(
聖痕のクェイサー: 女帝の肖像
,

Seikon no Kweisā: Jotei no Shōzō
)

was also produced and released on DVD with the manga serial volume x. A 12-episode second season was produced with the championship
The Qwaser of Stigmata Two

(
聖痕のクェイサー II
,

Seikon no Kweisā Tsū
)

and was broadcast in Nihon between April and June, 2011.[two]

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Sentai Filmworks licensed both seasons and the OVA for digital distribution and abode video release in N America, releasing English subtitled DVD sets in 2012 and 2013.[three]

Plot

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The story chronicles the school lives of Mafuyu Oribe and Tomo Yamanobe at the Japanese Eastern Orthodox school St. Mihailov Academy, where they have endured persecution and isolation from other students led by the daughter of the electric current dean Miyuri Tsujidou and her 2d-in-command Hana Katsuragi. Mafuyu and Tomo’s lives take a drastic turn when they nurse the silverish-haired Russian-born Alexander “Sasha” Nikolaevich Hell dorsum to health upon encountering him unconscious one solar day during their home commute. Nigh immediately, Sasha begins to repay Mafuyu and Tomo’s kindness as he repels their tormentors; however, this does non change Sasha’south background equally a throw-away Qwaser from the Adepts, and that the Adepts take no qualms about making an absolute war zone of the Academy in order to acquire the Theotokos of Tsarytsin from Athos, who wishes to keep the icon’s being a clandestine from the world.

Media

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Manga

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The manga is written past Hiroyuki Yoshino and illustrated by Kenetsu Satō.
The Qwaser of Stigmata
was serialized by Akita Shoten in
Champion Red
magazine and the chapters collected in tankōbon. The first book was released on December 20, 2006.[iv]
The series concluded on July 9, 2016, and was nerveless into 24 volumes.[5]

The manga series has been licensed internationally, translated, and published in several countries exterior Japan. The series is licensed in France past Kazé, list the first 14 volumes in their online catalog.[6]
In Italy the manga series is licensed by J-Pop Edizioni.[7]
and Ever Glory Publishing in Taiwan.[viii]
Tokyopop licensed the series for the North American market and published the first 4 volumes; still, since resuming business concern in December 2012, the title has not been listed in their online catalog.[nine]

Anime

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A 24-episode anime goggle box series titled

The Qwaser of Stigmata


(
聖痕のクェイサー
,

Seikon no Qwaser
)

was adapted from the manga series of the same name and broadcast equally a censored version on Biglobe. An uncensored version of the series was streamed online. The starting time season was followed by a single episode OVA with the title

The Qwaser of Stigmata: Portrait of the Empress


(
聖痕のクェイサー: 女帝の肖像
,

Seikon no Kweisā: Jotei no Shōzō
)

that was released on DVD with the manga series volume x. A 12-episode second season titled

The Qwaser of Stigmata Ii


(
聖痕のクェイサー II
,

Seikon no Kweisā Tsū
)

was broadcast in Japan in 2011 . The first and second seasons were also released on DVD in Japan.

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Sentai Filmworks licensed both seasons and the OVA in N America and released three English subtitled DVD sets between 2012 and 2013.

  • The Qwaser of Stigmata – Collection 1, 3 DVDs, episodes 1-12, released: 2012-12-31.
  • The Qwaser of Stigmata – Collection 2, iii DVDs, episodes 13-24, released: 2013-02-26.
  • The Qwaser of Stigmata II – Complete Collection, 3 DVDs, episodes i-12 plus the OVA, released: 2013-04-30.

Anime Network posted the Season I and 2 episodes for online streaming (uncensored).

Internet radio bear witness

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Lantis has taken the opportunity presented by the
Seikon no Qwaser
anime to produce an Internet radio bear witness starring Aki Toyosaki equally Tomo Yamanobe and Yōko Hikasa as Hana Katsuragi
[x]
alongside commercially releasing the five theme songs equally indicated in the table below. They released besides an original soundtrack equanimous by Tatsuya Kato on June vii, 2010.

Song Championship Lyrics Author Composition Information Performance Parameters Commercial Debut Appointment
Errand Aki Hata Composed/arranged by Daisuke Kikuta (Elements Garden) Sung by Faylan every bit Opening I 27 January 2010 (Sole song on CD)
Cognominate Itsuki Yui Composed/arranged by Daisuke Kikuta (Elements Garden) Sung by Yōsei Teikoku equally Opening II 21 April 2010 (Sole song on CD)
Passionate Squall Aki Hata Equanimous/bundled past Tom-H@ck Sung by Ayumi Fujimura, Aki Toyosaki, Minori Chihara, Aya Hirano, Yōko Hikasa, (anime part voices) as Ending I 10 February 2010 (Sole song on CD)
Mimei no Inori (未明の祈り) Aki Hata Composed by Satoru Takada and bundled past Katsuya Yoshida Sung by Minori Chihara as Ending II (Dedicated solely to Episode v) 10 February 2010 (Song released on Passionate Squall CD)
Wishes Hypocrites Aki Hata Composed by Katsuya Yoshida and bundled by Satoru Takada Sung past Ayumi Fujimura, Aki Toyosaki, Minori Chihara, Aya Hirano, Yōko Hikasa, (anime role voices) equally Catastrophe Iii 12 May 2010 (Sole vocal on CD)
Rasen, Arui wa Seinaru Yokubou Aki Hata Equanimous/arranged by Daisuke Kikuta (Elements Garden) Sung by Faylan as Opening I from the second season 27 Apr 2011 (Sole song on CD)
metaphor Shoujo Byou Composed/arranged by Pixel Bee and RD-Sounds Sung by Shoujo Byou as Ending I from the second flavour 25 May 2011 (Sole song on CD)
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Reception

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Reviewer Chris Beveridge gives the serial’ grades in the “B” range in The Fandom Mail service.[11]
[12]
[13]
Theron Martin, an anime reviewer for the Anime News Network, reviewed the DVD release collections 1 and 2 of the get-go flavour gives the serial grades from C+ (story) to A− (music).[14]
[15]

References

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  1. ^


    “The Qwaser of Stigmata”. Sentai Filmworks. Retrieved
    May 27,
    2018
    .



  2. ^


    “Qwaser of Stigmata Season 2 Appear” (in Japanese). JBook. Retrieved
    November 27,
    2013
    .



  3. ^


    “Sentai Filmworks Licenses Qwaser of Stigmata Anime”. Anime News Network. July 1, 2012. Retrieved
    November 27,
    2013
    .



  4. ^



    聖痕のクェイサー 第1巻
    (in Japanese). Akita Shoten. Retrieved
    January 3,
    2015
    .



  5. ^


    “Concluding Qwaser of Stigmata Manga Volume Ships in Nippon”.
    Anime News Network. September 20, 2016. Retrieved
    September twenty,
    2016
    .



  6. ^


    “The Qwaser of Stigmata” (in French). Kazé. Archived from the original on April 16, 2014. Retrieved
    December 3,
    2013
    .



  7. ^


    “The Qwaser of Stigmata” (in Italian). J-Pop. Archived from the original on September 5, 2010. Retrieved
    January 10,
    2010
    .



  8. ^



    聖痕鍊金士
    (in Chinese). Always Celebrity Publishing. Archived from the original on September 6, 2010. Retrieved
    January 10,
    2010
    .



  9. ^


    “Tokyopop Adds Songs & Laughter, Ratman, Seikon no Qwaser”. Anime News Network. September 26, 2009. Retrieved
    January 10,
    2010
    .



  10. ^



    聖痕のクェイサーラジオ!~ミハイロフ学園放送部~
    (in Japanese). Lantis. Retrieved
    January ten,
    2010
    .



  11. ^


    Beveridge, Chris (Dec 21, 2012). “Qwaser Of Stigmata Flavor i Collection 1 Anime DVD Review”. fandompost.com. Retrieved
    2013-12-02
    .



  12. ^


    Beveridge, Chris (February twenty, 2013). “Qwaser Of Stigmata Season 1 Collection 2 Anime DVD Review”. The Fandom Post. Retrieved
    2013-12-02
    .



  13. ^


    Beveridge, Chris (May 7, 2013). “Qwaser Of Stigmata II Consummate Drove Anime DVD Review”. fandompost.com. Retrieved
    2013-12-02
    .



  14. ^


    Martin, Theron (January 25, 2013). “The Qwaser of Stigmata Sub.DVD – Collection i”.
    review. Anime News Network. Retrieved
    2013-12-02
    .



  15. ^


    Martin, Theron (March 8, 2013). “The Qwaser of Stigmata Sub.DVD – Collection two”.
    review. Anime News Network. Retrieved
    2013-12-02
    .


External links

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  • Official website of the anime
    (in Japanese)
  • The Qwaser of Stigmata
    (manga) at Anime News Network’s encyclopedia



Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Qwaser_of_Stigmata