Kingdom Hearts (novel)

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Alternative title:
キングダム ハーツ (Japanese)
Genres: fantasy
Objectionable content: None
Plot Summary: A young boy named Sora got separated from his close friends Kairi & Riku after their world disappeared from existence. Now Sora has found himself in a completely new world with no knowledge of what happened to his friends. He eventually encounters a court wizard and captain named Donald & Goofy who are on a quest to locate their king who had gone missing from their own world. All three of them share a similar goal and agreed to help each other out. This was apparently meant to be as Sora learns he was chosen to be a key bearer, and Donald & Goofy were previously informed by their missing king to stick with the key bearer. On their newfound quest, they must travel to other worlds while fighting an endless horde of Heartless, creatures that have no hearts. The Heartless are the cause of the disappearance of Sora’s world along with many others. It is up to Sora to safeguard each world from being consumed by the Heartless while trying to track down his friends during the process.
Number of tankoubon: 2
Number of pages: 243
Vintage: 2005-06-30
Release dates: We have 3
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Original Concept: Tetsuya Nomura

Illustration: Shiro Amano
(none)
Japanese companies
Publisher: Square Enix
English staff
English cast
Original creator:
Bill Peet (Maleficent; uncredited)
Bob Tzudiker (Sabor; uncredited)
Burny Mattinson (Sabor; uncredited)
Carlo Collodi (Pinocchio; uncredited)
Carole Holliday (Sabor; uncredited)
Chris Ure (Sabor; uncredited)
Don Dougherty (Sabor; uncredited)
Don Hall (Sabor; uncredited)
Ed Gombert (Sabor; uncredited)
Edgar Rice Burroughs (Tarzan)
Erdman Penner (Maleficent; uncredited)
Frank Nissen (Sabor; uncredited)
Frank Tashlin (Jiminy Cricket; uncredited)
Gaëtan Brizzi (Sabor; uncredited)
Glen Keane (Sabor; uncredited)
James Matthew Barrie (Peter Pan; uncredited)
Jeff Snow (Sabor; uncredited)
Joe Rinaldi (Maleficent; uncredited)
John Norton (Sabor; uncredited)
Kelly Wightman (Sabor; uncredited)
Kevin Harkey (Sabor; uncredited)
Lewis Carroll (Alice in Wonderland; uncredited)
Mark Kennedy (Sabor; uncredited)
Mark Walton
Michael Surrey (Sabor; uncredited)
Milt Banta (Maleficent; uncredited)
Noni White (Sabor; uncredited)
Paul Brizzi (Sabor; uncredited)
Ralph Wright (Maleficent; uncredited)
Randy Haycock (Sabor; uncredited)
Stephen J. Anderson (Sabor; uncredited)
Stevie Wermers (Sabor; uncredited)
Tab Murphy (Sabor; uncredited)
Ted Sears (Maleficent; uncredited)
Ub Iwerks (Mickey Mouse; uncredited)
Walt Disney (Mickey Mouse & Friends; uncredited)
Winston Hibler (Maleficent; uncredited)
Translation: Melissa Tanaka
(none)
English companies
Licensed by:
Yen On
Yen Press

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