Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle

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RG Veda - Characters - The Six Stars
... Another incarnation of Yasha-ō also appears in Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle as the king of the Yama clan who war with the Shura clan ... In Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle, two alternate versions of Ryū-ō appear as an Oni hunter partnering Sōma in the world of Outo and also as a racer in Piffle World ... An alternate version of Kendappa-ō appears in Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle, where she is the Empress of Japan and older sister of Princess Tomoyo ...
Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle - Media - Art and Fanbooks
... fanbooks have been released for the anime of Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle ... The first book published was TV Animation Tsubasa Chronicle Official Fanbook (TV ANIMATION ツバサ・クロニクル OFFICIAL FANBOOK?) on May 17, 2005 ... The second book published was TV Animation Tsubasa Chronicle 2nd Season Official Fanbook (TV ANIMATION ツバサ・クロニクル 2nd SEASON OFFICIAL FANBOOK?) on June 16, 2006 ...
The Princess In The Birdcage Kingdom - Production
... Kodansha, the company that publishes both Tsubasa and xxxHolic manga, came up with the idea of developing both films and ended up contacting Production I.G to develop them ... Considering Tsubasa's popularity in Japan and the fame from Production I.G ... He initially had doubts about making a film based on Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle as he noted that nowadays people tended to do it to every popular ...

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