Eerie Queerie! (manga)

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Alternative title:
Ghost!
ゴースト! (Japanese)
Themes: shounen-ai
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: Mitsuo Shiozu is a sort of 'medium' who's body appeals to sprits. They can take him over and set things to rest, leaving him as a spirit while they do it. Unfortunately, female spirits tend to posses him, and as a result, two of his male classmates develop crushes on him. Mysteries and crossdressing hijinks ensue, along with romance as Mitsuo attends school with Hasunuma and Ichi, the two who have feelings for him. Between all of these things, which of the boys will Mitsuo choose...
User Ratings: 161 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 17 votes (dub:10, sub:6, ?:1)
 Excellent: 37 votes (sub:14, Eng:11, dub:9, ?:3)
 Very good: 27 votes (Eng:18, dub:5, sub:3, edit.dub:1)
 Good: 41 votes (Eng:26, dub:8, sub:5, ?:2)
 Decent: 24 votes (Eng:14, sub:6, dub:4)
 So-so: 5 votes (Eng:3, sub:2)
 Not really good: 6 votes (Eng:3, dub:2, sub:1)
 Weak: 2 votes (Eng:1, sub:1)
 Bad: 1 vote (Eng:1)
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: 1 vote (dub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 406 users, rank: #199 (of 5371)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.497 (Good+), std. dev.: 1.7486, rank: #2139 (of 5622)
Weighted mean: 7.350 (Good+), rank: #2407 (of 5622) (seen all: 7.41 / seen some: 7.30 / won't finish: 6.01)
Bayesian estimate: 7.360 (Good+), rank: #1674 (of 3094)
Number of tankoubon: 4
Chapter titles: We have 22
Vintage: 1999-04
Release dates: We have 8
Official website:
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Tokyopop Renames Ghost (Jan 7, 2004)
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Graphic novel
    Eerie Queerie (GN 1) 2004-03-09 (from $4.99)
    Eerie Queerie (GN 2) 2004-05-11
    Eerie Queerie (GN 3) 2004-07-01
    Eerie Queerie (GN 4) 2004-08-01

Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Original creator: Shuri Shiozu
Publisher: Shinshokan
Serialized In: Wings Comics
Japanese cast
(none)
English staff
English cast
Art Director: Matt Alford
Translation: Heidi Yamaguchi

Adaptation: Jackie Medel
Additional Material:
Christine Schilling (Vol. 4)
Katherine Schilling (Vol. 4)
Associate Editor:
Alexis Kirsch (Vol. 4)
Suzanne Waldman (Vol. 4)
Contributing Editor: Jodi Bryson (Vol. 1-2)
Copy Editing:
Suzanne Waldman (Vol. 3)
Troy Lewter (Vol. 3)
Cover Art: Anna Kernbaum (Vol. 2-4)
Cover Layout: Anna Kernbaum (Vol. 1)
Digital Imaging Manager: Chris Buford (Vol. 2-4)
Editing:
Mark Pannicia (Vol. 4)
Nora Wong (Vol. 1-3)
Editorial Director: Jeremy Ross (Vol. 1)
Graphic Artist: Vicente Rivera, Jr. (Vol. 3)
Graphic Design:
James Lee (Vol. 2)
John Lo (Vol. 1)
Vicente Rivera, Jr. (Vol. 4)
Lettering:
Abelardo Bigting (Vol. 4)
Fae Kuen (Vol. 2-3)
James Dashiell (Vol. 1)
Managing Editor: Jill Freshney
Pre-Press Manager: Antonio DePietro (Vol. 2-4)
President: John Parker
Production Coordination: Antonio DePietro (Vol. 1)
Production manager:
Jennifer Miller
Mutsumi Miyazaki
Publisher: Stuart Levy
Retouch:
Abelardo Bigting (Vol. 4)
Fae Kuen (Vol. 2-3)
James Dashiell (Vol. 1)
VP of Production: Ron Klamert
(none)
English companies
Licensed by: Tokyopop

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