Alichino (manga)

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Alternative title:
アリキーノ (Japanese) 
Genres: fantasy , supernatural 
Themes: gothic 
Plot Summary: The Alichino are beautiful creatures, decieving humans by granting them any wish is the world at a huge price. All the Alichino are inexplicably drawn to Tsugiri, a beautiful boy with a terrible past. When Tsugiri's guardian is kidnapped by the Alichino in an attempt to lure Tsugiri out, Tsugiri and his friends must fight the Alichino and save their friend. 
User Ratings: 138 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 12 votes (Eng:5, sub:4, dub:1, ?:1, edit.dub:1)
 Excellent: 15 votes (Eng:6, sub:4, dub:4, others:1
1 German dubbed
 Very good: 28 votes (Eng:14, sub:8, dub:6)
 Good: 29 votes (Eng:18, dub:5, sub:5, raw:1)
 Decent: 26 votes (Eng:15, dub:5, sub:3, ?:2, others:1
1 French subtitled
 So-so: 16 votes (Eng:7, dub:4, sub:3, others:2
1 German
1 French
 Not really good: 4 votes (sub:2, dub:2)
 Weak: 6 votes (sub:3, Eng:3)
 Bad: 1 vote (dub:1)
 Awful: 1 vote (others:1
1 Polish
 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 443 users, rank: #176 (of 4771)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.920 (Good), std. dev.: 1.8614, rank: #3087 (of 4880)
Weighted mean: 6.828 (Good−), rank: #3157 (of 4880) (seen all: 7.39 / seen some: 6.55 / won't finish: 4.69)
Bayesian estimate: 6.855 (Good), rank: #2307 (of 2905)
Number of tankoubon: 3 
Number of pages: 164 
Chapter titles: We have 17
Vintage: 1998-11
Release dates: We have 9
Links: We have 3
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Graphic novel
    Alichino (GN 1) 2005-02-08 (from $4.49)
    Alichino (GN 2) 2005-06-07 (from $35.20)
    Alichino (GN 3) 2005-09-13 (from $35.20)

Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Story & Art: Kouyu Shurei 
Eyes Comics 
Serialized In: Eyes 
Japanese cast
English staff
English cast
Art Director:
Matt Alford  (Vol. 1-2) 
Translation: Amy Forsyth 

Adaptation: Paul Morrissey 
Copy Editing:
Peter Ahlstrom (Vol. 1) 
Suzanne Waldman (Vol. 2) 
Wendy Hunter (Vol. 3) 
Cover Design:
Ann-Marie Horne (Vol. 3) 
Anna Kernbaum  (Vol. 1-2) 
Seth Cable (Vol. 2) 
Digital Imaging Manager: Chris Buford 
Editing: Tim Beedle 
Editor-in-Chief: Mike Kiley 
Bowen Park (Vol. 2) 
James Dashiell (Vol. 1) 
Jason Milligan (Vol. 3) 
Managing Editor: Jill Freshney 
Pre-Press Manager:
Antonio DePietro  (Vol. 1-2) 
President: John Parker 
Production Artist:
Gloria Wu (Vol. 2) 
James Lee (Vol. 3) 
Louis Csontos (Vol. 1) 
Production manager:
Jennifer Miller 
Mutsumi Miyazaki 
Mike Kiley (Vol. 3) 
Stuart Levy  (Vol. 1-2) 
Bowen Park (Vol. 2) 
James Dashiell (Vol. 1) 
Jason Milligan (Vol. 3) 
Retouch & Lettering:
Bowen Park (Vol. 2) 
James Dashiell (Vol. 1) 
VP of Production: Ron Klamert 
English companies
Distributor: Madman Entertainment (Australia & New Zealand) 
Licensed by: Tokyopop 
French staff
French companies
French cast
Italian staff
Italian cast
Translation: Ernesto Cellie 
Italian companies
Publisher: Planet Manga 
German staff
German cast
Translation: Claudia Peter 
German companies
Publisher: Carlsen Comics 

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