Di Gi Charat (manga)

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Related anime:
    Di Gi Charat Theater (manga)
      Di Gi Charat Theater: Dejiko's Adventure (manga)
        Di Gi Charat: Dejiko à la Mode (manga)

Alternative title:
Di Gi Charat: Kōshiki Comic Anthology (Japanese)
デ・ジ・キャラット 公式コミックアンソロジー (Japanese)
디지캐럿 (Korean)
Plot Summary: Digiko is a sassy but sweet girl who is the crown princess of planet Di Gi Charat. But when evil invaders from a planet neighboring Digiko's planet Di Gi Charat Digiko and her friends Gema and Puchiko, who also have a bit of spunk in them, escape to the blue planet Earth. The three friends find themselves without any money whatsoever and without a home. Digiko sets off yto search for a suitable job and maybe become a super actress too.
User Ratings: 39 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: -
 Excellent: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Very good: 5 votes (Eng:5)
 Good: 11 votes (Eng:10, others:1
1 German dubbed
)
 Decent: 8 votes (Eng:6, sub:2)
 So-so: 4 votes (raw:1, dub:1, sub:1, Eng:1)
 Not really good: 4 votes (dub:4)
 Weak: 3 votes (Eng:2, dub:1)
 Bad: 1 vote (Eng:1)
 Awful: 1 vote (Eng:1)
 Worst ever: 1 vote (Eng:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 178 users, rank: #465 (of 4407)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 5.692 (Decent−), std. dev.: 2.0274, rank: #3985 (of 4424)
Weighted mean: 5.656 (Decent−), rank: #3990 (of 4424) (seen all: 5.92 / seen some: 5.84 / won't finish: 1.94)
Bayesian estimate: 5.856 (Decent), rank: #2705 (of 2764)
Number of tankoubon: 4
Number of pages: 159
Vintage:
2000 (Japan)
2003 (USA)
Release dates: We have 8
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Graphic novel
    Di Gi Charat (GN 1) 2003-07-10
    Di Gi Charat (GN 2) 2003-09-03 (from $10.36)
    Di Gi Charat (GN 3) 2004-01-09 (from $9.71)
    Di Gi Charat (GN 4) 2004-04-09 (from $9.71)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Script: Koge Donbo
Story & Art:
Aruto Suzuki (various chapters)
Fubito Mikanagi (various chapters)
Hanamaru Togawa (various chapters)
Hina (various chapters)
Hisaya Minamoto (various chapters)
Iru Isoshigaki (various chapters)
Kanan (various chapters)
Kazuki Shu (various chapters)
Koge Donbo (various chapters)
Kotomi Nekoma (various chapters)
Kurumi Morisaki (various chapters)
Mami Urano (various chapters)
Marumi Yamamoto (various chapters)
Mayumi Takayanagi (various chapters)
Miyabi Fujieda (various chapters)
Murasaki Konno (various chapters)
Peach-Pit (various chapters)
Rina Yamaguchi (various chapters)
Rocket-Brothers (various chapters)
Seara (various chapters)
Strike-Heisuke (various chapters)
Takahiro Akiduki (various chapters)
Towa Oozora (various chapters)
Tsukasa Hazakura (various chapters)
Tsukiko (various chapters)
Tuzuru Asahina (various chapters)
Yuki Kiriga (various chapters)
Yuki Nakano (various chapters)
Yuuma Suzuka (various chapters)
Yuya Kuruma (various chapters)
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Japanese companies
Publisher: MediaWorks
English staff
English cast
Translation: Mari Morimoto

Adaptation: Gerard Jones
Editing: Eric Searleman
Managing Editor: Annette Roman
Publisher: Seiji Horibuchi
(none)
English companies
Licensed by: Viz Media
French staff
French companies
(none)
Publisher: Vegetal Soleil
French cast
(none)
German cast
German staff
Translation: Christine Steinle
(none)
German companies
Publisher: EMA (Egmont Manga and Anime)
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