List of Fruits Basket Chapters

List Of Fruits Basket Chapters

The chapters of the manga series Fruits Basket were written and illustrated by Natsuki Takaya. The first chapter premiered in the January 1999 issue of Hana to Yume, where it was serialized monthly until its conclusion in the November 2006 issue. The series focuses on Tohru Honda, an orphan girl who, after meeting Yuki, Kyo, and Shigure Sohma, learns that thirteen members of the Sohma family are possessed by the animals of the Chinese zodiac and are cursed to turn into their animal forms if they are embraced by anyone of the opposite sex. As the series progresses, Tohru meets the rest of the zodiac as well as the family's mysterious head, Akito Sohma, and eventually resolves to break the curse that burdens them.

The 136 untitled chapters were collected and published in 23 tankōbon volumes by Hakusensha starting on January 19, 1999; the last volume was released on March 19, 2007. Hakusensha also released the first three chapters in a dual Japanese-English edition in November 2003. Fruits Basket was partially adapted into a 26-episode anime series by Studio Deen that aired in Japan from July 5, 2001 to December 27, 2001. The manga series is licensed for regional language releases by Delcourt in France, Norma Editorial in Spain, Dynit in Italy, Carlsen Comics in Denmark, Germany and Sweden, Glénat in Benelux, and by Sangatsu Manga in Finland. In Latin America, Editorial Vid licensed the series for Spanish release in Mexico and Editora JBC licensed it for release in Portuguese in Brazil.

Fruits Basket is licensed for English-language release in North America and the United Kingdom by Tokyopop and in Singapore by Chuang Yi. The Singapore edition is licensed for import to Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment. All 23 volumes have been released in both North America and Singapore. In October 2007, Tokyopop released a box set containing the first four volumes. It later began re-releasing the earlier volumes in omnibus Ultimate Editions that combined two sequential volumes in a single larger hardbound volume with new cover art. As of December 2010, six Ultimate Editions have been released, covering the first twelve tankōbon volumes of the series. In Singapore, Chuang Yi also publishes a Simplified Chinese edition in addition to the English edition.


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