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Karakuri Circus (manga)

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Alternative title:
Karakuri Circus - Battaglia non convenzionale (Italian)
Karakuri Circus - Il circo di Karakuri (Italian)
Le Cirque de Karakuri (French)
からくりサーカス (Japanese)
Plot Summary: Masaru Saiga is a fifth-grade boy who aims to become a puppeteer. After Sadayoshi Saiga — the CEO of the giant home telephone maker Saiga and Masaru's father — passes away, Masaru inherits 18 billion yen. Masaru is targeted for his wealth, and is saved by two people. Narumi Katō is a man who has studied Kung-Fu and has a weird illness called "Zonapha Syndrome," and Shirogane is a silver-haired woman who controls the puppet "Arurukan" (Harlequin). Together, Masaru, Narumi, and Shirogane get thrown into various conspiracies by those who would try to steal Masaru's fortune. 
User Ratings: 6 ratings have been given [details]
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Seen in part or in whole by 34 users, rank: #1923 (of 6231)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 6.667 (Good−), std. dev.: 2.4944, rank: #3943 (of 6689)
Weighted mean: 6.483 (Decent+), rank: #4496 (of 6689) (seen all: 9.65 / seen some: 5.27)
Bayesian estimate: 6.979 (Good), rank: #2513 (of 3365)
Number of tankoubon: 43
Chapter titles: We have 186
2003-10-24 to 2008-04-16 (France)
Release dates: We have 99
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Story & Art: Kazuhiro Fujita
Japanese companies
Publisher: Shogakukan
French staff
French cast
Translation: Victoria-Tom

Frédéric Guyader (Vol. 1-11)
Olivier Vachey (Vol. 12-21)
Florent Faguet (Vol. 9-21)
Laurent Aiello (Vol. 1-8)
French companies
Publisher: Akata/Delcourt
Italian cast
Italian staff
Translation: Valentina Vignola (Goen)

Graphic Adaptation: Luisa Giliberti (Goen)
Lettering: Francesca Règine (Goen)
Italian companies
Play Press (2002-2003, discontinued)

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