Zatch Bell (manga)

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Alternative title:
Gash Bell 
Gash! (German) 
Konjiki no Gash Bell!! (Japanese) 
Konjiki no Gash!! 
金色のガッシュ!! (Japanese) 
魔法少年賈修 (Chinese (Taiwan)) 
金色의 카슈!! (Korean) 
Genres: action , comedy , drama , fantasy , tournament 
Themes: amnesia , demons , fighting , growing up , school , school life , tragedy , twins 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary: Genius middle schooler Takamine Kiyomaro has an apathetic attitude towards life and is an outsider at his school. One day, Kiyomaro meets a mysterious boy called Gash Bell: Gash was found unconscious out in the woods of England by Kiyomaro's father, and has lost all his memory. The only clue to Gash's identity is the red book he was carrying when he was found, but it contains letters no one can seem to decipher. However, when Kiyomaro looks through the book, he notices that there is one word he can read, and when he does, thunder comes out of Gash's mouth. It turns out Gash is a mamono (“monster”) boy from "makai" ("demon world"), and that he has been sent to the human world along with 99 other monster children to fight out a battle for who will be the next king of "makai". All the monster children have their own books, which will enable them to use magic when they find the right humans to read them. Monster children keep coming to Gash and Kiyomaro to beat them. 
User Ratings: 104 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 12 votes (Eng:9, sub:2, dub:1)
 Excellent: 22 votes (Eng:13, sub:6, dub:2, raw:1)
 Very good: 27 votes (Eng:20, sub:4, dub:2, ?:1)
 Good: 22 votes (Eng:14, sub:4, edit.dub:2, dub:1, others:1
1 Indonesia
 Decent: 10 votes (Eng:7, sub:1, dub:1, others:1
1 French
 So-so: 5 votes (Eng:3, sub:2)
 Not really good: 2 votes (Eng:2)
 Weak: 1 vote (Eng:1)
 Bad: 2 votes (dub:1, Eng:1)
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: 1 vote (dub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 308 users, rank: #266 (of 4810)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.577 (Very good−), std. dev.: 1.8381, rank: #1820 (of 4923)
Weighted mean: 7.580 (Very good−), rank: #1729 (of 4923) (seen all: 8.35 / seen some: 7.21 / won't finish: 5.45)
Bayesian estimate: 7.588 (Very good−), rank: #1118 (of 2926)
Number of tankoubon: 33 
2001-01 to 2007-12-26 (serialized in Weekly Shonen Sunday) 
2005-09-06 to 2009-06-09 (North America - Vol. 1-25) 
Release dates: We have 109
Links: We have 6
News: Show:
Ikue Ohtani Ill. (Jan 17, 2006)
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Graphic novel
    Zatch Bell (GN 1) 2005-09-06 (from $25.20)
    Zatch Bell (GN 2) 2005-08-09 (from $25.20)
    Zatch Bell (GN 3) 2005-10-11 (from $25.20)
    Zatch Bell (GN 4) 2005-12-13 (from $48.20)
    Zatch Bell (GN 5) 2006-02-07 (from $26.28)
    Zatch Bell (GN 6) 2006-04-18 (from $33.20)
    Zatch Bell (GN 7) 2006-06-20 (from $7.49)
    Zatch Bell (GN 8) 2006-08-15 (from $25.20)
    Zatch Bell (GN 9) 2006-10-07 (from $32.03)
    Zatch Bell (GN 10) 2006-12-09 (from $30.93)
    Zatch Bell (GN 11) 2007-02-13 (from $7.99)
    Zatch Bell (GN 12) 2007-04-01 (from $36.01)
    Zatch Bell (GN 13) 2007-06-12 (from $30.67)
    Zatch Bell (GN 14) 2007-08-14 (from $7.99)
    Zatch Bell (GN 15) 2007-10-09
    Zatch Bell (GN 16) 2007-12-11 (from $49.56)
    Zatch Bell (GN 17) 2008-02-12 (from $38.86)
    Zatch Bell (GN 18) 2008-04-08 (from $39.29)
    Zatch Bell (GN 19) 2008-06-10 (from $35.82)
    Zatch Bell (GN 20) 2008-08-12 (from $32.33)
    Zatch Bell (GN 27) 2009-10-13
    Zatch Bell (GN 28) 2009-12-08
    Zatch Bell! (GN 21) 2008-10-14 (from $39.07)
    Zatch Bell! (GN 22) 2008-12-09 (from $43.42)
    Zatch Bell! (GN 23) 2009-02-10 (from $30.26)
    Zatch Bell! (GN 24) 2009-04-14 (from $42.61)
    Zatch Bell! (GN 25) 2009-06-09 (from $49.16)
    Zatch Bell! (GN 26) 2009-08-11

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Story & Art: Makoto Raiku 
Japanese companies
Publisher: Shogakukan 
English staff
English cast
Translation: David Ury 

Adaptation: Fred Burke 
Design: Izumi Hirayama 
Frances E. Wall 
Kit Fox (vol. 6-14) 
Touch-up Art & Lettering: Gabe Crate (vol. 11-14) 
Touch-up Art And Lettering: Melanie Lewis (vol. 1-10) 
English companies
Licensed by: Viz Media 
French staff
French companies
Publisher: Kana 
French cast
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Publisher: Norma Editorial (Spain) 
Spanish cast
Italian staff
Italian companies
Publisher: Play Press 
Italian cast
German cast
German staff
Translation: Stefan Hofmeister 
German companies
Publisher: Egmont Manga & Anime (Egmont Manga & Anime) 
Chinese (Taiwan) staff
Chinese (Taiwan) companies
Chinese (Taiwan) cast

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