Les Bijoux (manhwa)

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Alternative title:
레비쥬 (Korean) 
Genres: drama , fantasy 
Themes: revenge 
Plot Summary: Lapis, the cursed son of a hunchback and a dwarf, lives in a world divided into 12 independent mine states ruled by a higher class called the Habits. The Habits use the enslaved lower class, the Spars, as their labour power in the mines. However, an ancient prophecy foretells that there will be a chosen one who'll overthrow the ruling class and bring fortune back to the land. Wheels of destiny are set into motion when proud and bumptious lord Diamond, who is a member of the Habits, cruelly kills Lapis’ parents and thus leaves the young man in a craving for vengeance. Lapis, however, won’t have his retribution with an easy cost as by his curse he is turn into a woman, Lazuli, who eventually falls in love with Diamond. 
Number of tankoubon: 5 
Number of pages: 192 
1999-10-15 to 2000-01-01 (Korean Syndication) 
2006-01 to 2006-05 (Finland) 
Release dates: We have 15
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Trivia: We have 1
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Graphic novel
    Les Bijoux (GN 1) 2004-02-01 (from $7.49)
    Les Bijoux (GN 2) 2004-04-13 (from $7.49)
    Les Bijoux (GN 3) 2004-06-28 (from $4.99)
    Les Bijoux (GN 4) 2004-08-10 (from $18.20)
    Les Bijoux (GN 5) 2004-10-01 (from $18.20)

English staff
English cast
Art Director: Matt Alford 
Translation: Seung-Ah Lee 

Adaptation: Jason Deitrich 
Associate Editor: Aaron Sparrow (Vol. 4) 
Copy Editing:
Aaron Sparrow  (Vol. 1-3) 
Chrissy Schilling (Vol. 5) 
Cover Design: Patrick Hook (Vol. 4-5) 
Cover Layout:
Patrick Hook  (Vol. 1-3) 
Digital Imaging Manager: Chris Buford (Vol. 2-5) 
Jake Forbes (Vol. 2) 
Julie Taylor (Vol. 3-4) 
Rob Tokar  (Vol. 1) 
Rob Valois (Vol. 5) 
Editorial Director:
Jeremy Ross  (Vol. 1) 
Graphic Design:
John Lo (Vol. 2-3) 
Yoohae Yang (Vol. 4) 
Caren McCaleb (Vol. 1) 
Jeanine Han (Vol. 4-5) 
Jose Macasocol Jr. (Vol. 1) 
Yoohae Yang (Vol. 2-3) 
Managing Editor: Jill Freshney 
Pre-Press Manager: Antonio DePietro (Vol. 2-5) 
Production Artist:
James Dashiell (Vol. 5) 
Patrick Hook (Vol. 4) 
Production Coordination:
Antonio DePietro  (Vol. 1) 
Production manager:
Jennifer Miller 
Mutsumi Miyazaki 
Publisher: Stuart Levy 
Caren McCaleb (Vol. 1) 
Jeanine Han (Vol. 4-5) 
Jose Macasocol Jr. (Vol. 1) 
Yoohae Yang (Vol. 2-3) 
Retouch & Lettering:
Caren McCaleb 
Jose Macasocol Jr. 
VP of Production: Ron Klamert 
English companies
Licensed by: TOKYOPOP 
Korean cast
Korean staff
Story: Eun-Ha Jo 
Art: Park Sang Sun 
Korean companies
Publisher: Daiwon C.I. 
Serialized In: Issue 
French staff
French companies
Publisher: Saphira 
French cast
German cast
German staff
Benjamin Heuss 
Suchin Hong 
German companies
Publisher: Tokyopop Germany 
Polish staff
Polish companies
Translation: Katarzyna Demusiak 
Kasen Comics 
Polish cast
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