Ode to Kirihito (manga)

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Alternative title:
Eulogy to Kirihito
Kirihito
Kirihito Sanka (Japanese)
Oda a Kirihito (Spanish)
Ode aan Kirihito (Dutch)
きりひと讃歌 (Japanese)
Themes: medical, religion
Plot Summary: Two young doctors, the passionate and well-liked Osanai and the ambitious Tatsugaura, are both investigating the mysterious 'Monmo' diesease, found only in one remote village, which causes bizarre bone deformation, making its victims take on a beastlike appearance before their deaths. Osanai, caught between the allure of his urban medical world and the rural peace offered by the remote village, does his best to help the victims retain their humanity in the face of a medical establishment which views them only as guinea pigs and oddities. Meanwhile, Tatsugaura schemes against Osanai and tries to infect his rival with the disease in order to gain fame from researching the results.
User Ratings: 71 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 18 votes (Eng:10, dub:5, sub:3)
 Excellent: 29 votes (Eng:16, sub:8, dub:5)
 Very good: 15 votes (Eng:12, dub:2, sub:1)
 Good: 4 votes (Eng:3, dub:1)
 Decent: 3 votes (Eng:2, sub:1)
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 Weak: 1 vote (Eng:1)
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Seen in part or in whole by 107 users, rank: #712 (of 4315)
Median rating: Excellent
Arithmetic mean: 8.606 (Excellent−), std. dev.: 1.5243, rank: #365 (of 4330)
Weighted mean: 8.582 (Excellent−), rank: #324 (of 4330) (seen all: 8.59 / seen some: 8.00)
Bayesian estimate: 8.541 (Excellent−), rank: #64 (of 2717)
Number of tankoubon: 4
Number of pages: 200
Vintage:
1970-04-10 to 1971-12-25
2004-08 (Spain)
2005-09-14 to 2006-03-22 (France)
Release dates: We have 11
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Links: We have 1
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Graphic novel
    Ode to Kirihito (GN) 2006-10-24
    Ode to Kirihito (GN) 2010-03-30 (from $11.21)
    Ode to Kirihito (GN) 2010-03-30 (from $11.18)

Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Story & Art: Osamu Tezuka
Publisher:
Daitosha (1974, 1986)
Kodansha (1977)
Mushi Production (1972)
Shogakukan, Inc. (1970, 1989, 1994, 2000, 2003)
Japanese cast
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English staff
English cast
Translation: Camellia Nieh

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English companies
Licensed by: Vertical
French staff
French cast
Translation: Jacques Lalloz

Adaptation: Patrick Honnoré
Lettering: Anne-Sophie Royer
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French companies
Publisher: Akata/Delcourt
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Translation: Emilio Gallego Zambrano (Spain)
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Spanish companies
Publisher: Otakuland (Spain)
German staff
German companies
(none)
Publisher: Carlsen Comics
German cast
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Dutch staff
Dutch companies
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Publisher: Uitgeverij L
Dutch cast
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