Ranma 1/2

Ranma 1/2

Vol. 11

Book - 1998
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The Story of a Boy Who Turns into a Girl... It's not easy being a teenaged martial artist named Ranma Saotome, but it's even worse when your martial artist father, Genma, takes you from home at an early age to go on a decade-long training mission to China. He doesn't speak a word of Chinese, and yet he insists on bringing you to the cursed training grounds known as Jusenkyo, where falling into one of many springs instantly turns you into whoever-or whatever-drowned there last. And then, the two of you have this little Accident... ...A Father Who Turns into a Panda... From now on, a splash of cold water will turn your father into a giant panda, while you...well, you turn into a red-haired (and incredibly well-built) female version of yourself. Hot water will reverse the effect, but only until the next time. What's a half-guy, half-girl to do? ...And the Weird Chinese Curse What did it to 'EM. In this, the eleventh Ranma 1/2 graphic novel, the search for the magical soap which offers a cure for the Jusenkyo curse continues; the malicious application of some strength-depleting moxa (you know, that stuff the acupuncture types burn on their patients to relieve various sufferings) puts Ranma in an embarrassing position; and finally, late-night training sessions in the wilds of Japan with Cologne (and Akane, and Ryoga) give Ranma the chance to learn his most powerful move yet: the Hiryu ShotenHa, a.k.a. "Heavenly Dragon Ascension Wave"-! Ranma 1/2 by Rumiko Takahashi: Yin and Yang was Never so Much Fun!TM Ranma 1/2 creator Rumiko Takahashi is the acclaimed author of Maison Ikkoku, the Return of Lum * Urusei Yatsura, as well as a two-time Eisner Award nominee. She lives in Tokyo, Japan.
Publisher: San Francisco, CA : Viz Communications, c1998.
ISBN: 9781569312919
1569312915
Branch Call Number: TAKAH
Characteristics: 180 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Jones, Gerard 1957-
Alternative Title: Ranma one half. Vol. 11

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