Barbara (manga)

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Alternative title:
ばるぼら (Japanese)
Plot Summary: Barbara is a girl living in the streets of Tokyo. She become the muse of Yosuke Mikura, a popular writer, especially with the ladies. Between Yosuka and Barbara starts a relationship which is beneficial for his writings, but can end up in despair when Barbara chooses her freedom above the luxury she can get.
User Ratings: 7 ratings have been given [details]
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 Excellent: 2 votes (Eng:2)
 Very good: 2 votes (Eng:2)
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1 French
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Seen in part or in whole by 13 users, rank: #2960 (of 4469)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 8.286 (Very good+), std. dev.: 1.0302, rank: #600 (of 4494)
Weighted mean: 8.109 (Very good), rank: #669 (of 4494) (seen all: 8.11)
Bayesian estimate: 7.996 (Very good), rank: #445 (of 2787)
Number of tankoubon: 2
Number of pages: 222
Vintage: 1973-07-10 to 1974-05-25 (serialized in Big Comic)
Release dates: We have 6
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Graphic novel
    Barbara (GN) 2012-09-11 (from $13.67)

Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Story & Art: Osamu Tezuka
Publisher:
Kodansha (complete works)
Shogakukan
Japanese cast
(none)
English staff
English cast
Translation: Ben Applegate

Editing: Ben Applegate
Graphic Design: Matt Akuginow
Japan Relations: Yoshio Ogura
Layout Design: Carolyn Hsu
Lettering: Evan Hayden
(none)
English companies
French staff
French cast
Translation: Jacques Lalloz

Adaptation: Patrick Honnoré
Lettering: Anne-Sophie Royer
(none)
French companies
Publisher: Akata/Delcourt
German staff
German companies
(none)
Publisher: Schreiber und Leser
German cast
(none)
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