Kanna (manga)

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[ serialized in [Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh] ]

Alternative title:
神無-KANNA- (Japanese) 
Genres: magic 
Objectionable content: Significant 
Plot Summary:
Kagura Sagaki is an average, hard-working guy who thought that his biggest problem in life was paying the bills. That is, until the day he woke up with a young girl curled up in his futon. Kanna can't even speak, and when she tries to communicate by written word, the language is completely alien to him. Kagura is baffled as to why and how she showed up in his apartment. But when he goes to work and finds his boss has murdered everyone in sight, he begins to suspect not all is ordinary - especially when his body is taken over by another's spirit and used to defeat his former employer. Kagura must journey on foot with his new companion to seek out Mikoto, the childhood friend he left behind... and answers to the deepening mystery of Kanna. 
sagaki is just normal "hard working" guy who thinks that his biggest problem in life is the rent and food mony that is until one day when he woke up with a young girl next to him who is she how could he know when she can't even speaks his language but soon he will figure every thing out when he go to work and find every one dead then he learned that the girl's name was kanna and she was his daughter 
Number of tankoubon: 4 
Number of pages: 200 
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Graphic novel
    Kanna (GN 2) 2007-11-30 (from $8.24)
    Kanna (GN 1) 2007-07-27 (from $7.86)
    Kanna (GN 3) 2008-02-28 (from $8.24)
    Kanna (GN 4) 2008-06-30 (from $8.99)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Story & Art: Takeru Kirishima 
(none)
Japanese companies
Publisher: MediaWorks 
English staff
English cast
Translation: Christine Schilling 

Adaptation: Brynne Chandler 
Editing: Brynne Chandler 
Editorial Assistant: Mallory Reaves 
Lettering: Jihye Hong (vol. 1) 
Production manager: James Dashiell 
Retouch & Lettering:
James Dashiell (vol. 4) 
Jihye Hong (vols. 2-3) 
(none)
English companies
Licensed by: Go! Comi 
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