Saint Tail (manga)

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Alternative title:
Kaitō Saint Tail (Japanese) 
Kaito St. Tail (German) 
Sweet Tales of Saint Tail 
怪盗セイント・テール (Japanese) 
괴도 세인트 테일 (Korean) 
Genres: magic 
Objectionable content: None 
Plot Summary: Meimi Haneoka is a 14-year-old student at St. Paulia Academy in Seika City who, during the night, secretly transforms into Saint Tail, a magical thief who steals from thieves to give items to their original owners. She gets help and guidance from her friend Seira, a nun-in-training, and she is chased by her classmate, Asuka Jr., who is obsessed with finding out Saint Tail's true identity. 
User Ratings: 71 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 1 vote (Eng:1)
 Excellent: 9 votes (dub:4, edit.dub:1, sub:1, Eng:1, ?:1, raw:1)
 Very good: 20 votes (Eng:9, dub:7, sub:3, raw:1)
 Good: 13 votes (Eng:6, dub:3, sub:2, raw:1, raw:1)
 Decent: 14 votes (Eng:8, dub:4, sub:1, ?:1)
 So-so: 7 votes (Eng:5, sub:1, dub:1)
 Not really good: 3 votes (Eng:2, dub:1)
 Weak: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Bad: -
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: 2 votes (sub:1, dub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 240 users, rank: #351 (of 4768)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.747 (Good−), std. dev.: 1.9116, rank: #3315 (of 4879)
Weighted mean: 6.771 (Good−), rank: #3212 (of 4879) (seen all: 6.98 / seen some: 6.44 / won't finish: 5.53)
Bayesian estimate: 6.825 (Good−), rank: #2341 (of 2904)
Number of tankoubon: 7 
Number of pages: 171 
Vintage: 1995-06-06
Release dates: We have 19
Trivia: We have 1
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Story & Art: Megumi Tachikawa 

Hayao Miyazaki (Lupin III) 
Kenji Kodama (Cat's Eye Season 2) 
Yoshio Takeuchi (Cat's Eye Season 1) 
B'z ("Love Phantom") 
Caoli Cano ("Gozen 12-ji no Angel") 
Hiroki Moriguchi ("Best of My Life") 
Kazumasa Oda ("Looking Back") 
Maki Ohguro ("Back Beats #1") 
Mariya Takeuchi ("Tonight's a Heavy Party") 
Mayo Okamoto (various songs) 
Mimori Yusa ("Acasia") 
My Little Lover ("Evergreen") 
Noriyuki Makihara ("An Angel Came Down...") 
Ryoko Shinohara ("Lady Generation") 
Seiko Matsuda ("Pink Cheetah") 
Shoko Inoue (various songs) 
Spittsu (various songs) 
Tatsuro Yamashita ("Treasures") 
Tomoyasu Hotei ("Last Scene") 
Urufurusu ("Banzai") 
Yasushi Nakanishi ("It's Only a Ballade") 
Yasuyuki Okamura ("Daisuki") 
Yuki Uchida ("Shiawase ni Naritai") 
Japanese companies
Publisher: Kodansha 
English staff
English cast
Art Director: Matt Alford (Vol. 4-7) 
Translation: Anita Sengupta (Vol. 1-7) 

Adaptation: Darcy Lockman (Vol. 6-7) 
Associate Editor:
Jodi Bryson (Vol. 7) 
Katherine Kim (Vol. 2) 
Stephanie Donnelly (Vol. 4) 
Brand Manager: Kenneth Lee (Vol. 3-5) 
Cover Design:
Anna Kernbaum (Vol. 7) 
Rod Sampson (Vol. 4-6) 
Katherine Kim (Vol. 1, 3) 
Michael Schuster (Vol. 1-3) 
Robert Coyner (Vol. 4) 
Graphic Assistant:
Dao Sirivisal (Vol. 2-4) 
Steve Kindernay (Vol. 1) 
Graphic Design:
Akemi Imafuku (Vol. 1-3) 
Anna Kernbaum (Vol. 4-7) 
Esther Lin (Vol. 6) 
Yoffy (Vol. 7) 
Production manager:
Fred Lui (Vol. 1-4) 
Jennifer Miller (Vol. 7) 
Jennifer Wagner (Vol. 6-7) 
Joaquin E. Reyes (Vol. 5) 
Mario Rodriguez (Vol. 6) 
Carol Conception (Vol. 2-5) 
Esther Lin (Vol. 6) 
Jinky De Leon (Vol. 1) 
Yoffy (Vol. 7) 
Senior Editor:
Jake Forbes (Vol. 1-4) 
Julie Taylor (Vol. 5-7) 
VP of Production: Ron Klamert (Vol. 3-7) 
English companies
Licensed by: Tokyopop 
Italian staff
Italian companies
Publisher: Editions Star Comics 
Serialized In: Amici 
Italian cast
German cast
German staff
Translation: John Schmitt-Weigand 
German companies
Publisher: Egmont Manga & Anime 

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