Part school story and part science fiction dystopia, Accel World is a visually interesting, darkly fascinating story that draws you in and keeps you watching.
Ode to Kirihito GiveawayOctober 18, 2006
Ode to Kirihito Giveaway
For generations, Osamu Tezuka has wowed children and adults alike with his amazing tales and innovative storytelling. This October 26, fans will get the chance to read Ode to Kirihito, Tezuka's groundbreaking medical thriller about a deadly disease that challenges the survival of mankind by turning humans into dangerous beasts.
Vertical Inc. and Anime News Network are excited to present 10 lucky winners with a copy of the first volume. Simply enter your name, email address, and mailing address in the form below!
Be sure to check back every day until Sunday to get a sneak peak at a new page from the manga, courtesy of Vertical.
The contest will run until 11:59PM EST on Sunday, October 22, 2006. Readers may enter once a day, until the end of the contest. Contestants found cheating will have all of their entries removed. The contest is open to everyone, but prizes will only be shipped to addresses within the United States and Canada.
Contest has ended. Winners will be notified by email.
The Fine Print: Although unlikely to happen, Anime News Network reserves the right to cancel this contest at any time. Contest is open to everyone, but prizes will only be shipped within the continental United States and Canada (So if you win, but you live in Antarctica, you have to arrange to have it sent to someone living in the appropriate area, and they can send it to you.) Winners' names will be posted on AnimeNewsNetwork.com, their mailing addresses will be provided to our shipping agent of choice (ie: USPS) and no one else. Winners' addresses and e-mail addresses will be erased once the prizes have been shipped. Non-winners' names, e-mail and mailing addresses will not be given out to any one and will be erased when the winners have been confirmed. Non-winners will not be contacted, spammed or harassed in any way. We reserve the right to retroactively add new rules when and how we see fit.