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Kodansha USA Demographic Magazine Original run August 20, 2014 – March 19, 2016 Volumes 3 Other. (film) Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle (: ツバサ-RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE-,: Tsubasa: Rezaboa Kuronikuru) is a series written and illustrated by the group. It takes place in the same as many of Clamp's other manga series, most notably. The plot follows how, the princess of the Kingdom of Clow, loses all her memories and how, a young archaeologist who is her childhood friend, goes on a quest to save her.
The Dimensional Witch instructs him to go with two people,. They search for Sakura's memories, which were scattered in various worlds in the form of feathers, as gathering them will help save her soul. Tsubasa was conceived when four Clamp artists wanted to create a manga series that connected all their previous works. They took the designs for the main protagonists from their earlier manga called. It was serialized in the publication from May 2003 until October 2009, and was collected in twenty-eight volumes, totalling 232 chapters - 18 to 20 pages each. The manga was adapted into an series, Tsubasa Chronicle ( ツバサ･クロニクル, Tsubasa Kuronikuru), animated by, which aired 52 episodes over two seasons during 2005 and 2006.
Released an interlude film between the first two seasons titled, as well as five (OVAs) between November 2007 and May 2009, which acted as a sequel to the second season. Various video games and based on the series have been released.
A sequel titled Tsubasa: WoRLD CHRoNiCLE started serialization in 2014. The manga was licensed for English language release by, who has released all of its volumes since April 27, 2004. Licensed the anime for English release. They published all the TV episodes in DVD volumes as well as the film. The OVAs of Tsubasa were released in North America in January 2011. The series has been well received by Japanese and English readers, and it reached high positions on various best-seller lists; the series has sold over twenty million manga volumes in Japan.
Both the manga and anime have had positive response from critics, who praised its connections to previous works and its artwork. The plot twists in later parts of the story have resulted in mixed reactions due to positive focus on the impact on the plot and negative one based on how confusing they are. See also: The series begins by introducing childhood friends with quite a strong and close friendship:, a young archaeologist who is investigating a ruin within the Kingdom of Clow, and, princess of the Kingdom of Clow and daughter of the late king. When Sakura visits Syaoran in the ruins, her spirit takes on the form of a pair of ghostly feathered wings that disintegrate to.
As she descends into a near death state, Syaoran meets the Dimensional Witch, to whom he begs for help to save Sakura. Yūko is also visited by two others who each have their own wish:, a ninja who wishes to return to his home world after being banished from his world by to allow him to learn what true strength is; and, a magician who wishes to never return to his home world, Celes, to avoid his king,. In exchange for the ability to travel across dimensions, Yūko demands that each pay with that they value most: Kurogane offers his sword Ginryū; Fai offers the tattoo that suppresses his enormous magical strength and power; and Syaoran offers all of Sakura's memories that involve him. Yūko then presents them with a creature named that sends the group on a journey across dimensions in search of Sakura's feathers. After obtaining the first feathers, Sakura awakens from her catatonic state and starts recovering her memories.
During their adventures, the group gradually grows closer to the point that Fai jokingly labels them as relatives. As they travel, they learn that the feathers have their own unique abilities and can bestow several supernatural abilities to those who possess them. During their journey in Tokyo, the group discovers that Syaoran is in reality a clone imbued with half the of the.
Several years ago, the wizard who caused Sakura to lose her memories, took the original Syaoran prisoner and created the clone to collect Sakura's feathers. Shortly after the original Syaoran breaks free of Fei-Wang's hold, the clone loses his heart and becomes an emotionless puppet that follows Fei-Wang's will, betraying the group. The original Syaoran joins in the group's journey with Sakura wishing to save the clone. Foreseeing a future in which Fai kills the original Syaoran forced by Fei-Wang's curse, Sakura gets stabbed in his place, but at the same time splits her body and soul, sending each to different worlds, Seresu and the Dream World, respectively. In the Dream World, the Syaoran clone destroys Sakura's soul when trying to get the feathers.
Before her soul perishes, Sakura reveals that she too is a clone of the who was also taken prisoner by Fei-Wang. Fei-Wang then takes Sakura's body to use its stored power. The group departs to rescue the two Sakuras learning from Yūko that Fei-Wang is in an alternate dimension from the Kingdom of Clow. Such parallel dimension is the result of Syaoran's wish to save the original Sakura from Fei-Wang's curse years ago. In order to grant his wish, Syaoran became Fei-Wang's prisoner and Yūko's assistant, was used to replace Syaoran within his original world's history.
The group battles Fei-Wang who destroys the Syaoran clone when he betrays him. He then uses the immeasurably strong ability and strength of the two Sakuras to resurrect Yūko, accidentally frozen in time by Clow Reed himself to halt her death, therein proving himself Clow's superior. Yūko uses her life and Clow's magic as payment to make the clones reborn in the past to live together.
As the two know all of the series' events would repeat, the clones seal themselves in Yūko's shop until the battle against him. The group manages to kill Fei-Wang, who traps Syaoran in a void between time and space, dragging both his clone and Watanuki along as a consequence of their connection. With their creator's death, both clones of Sakura and Syaoran fade away leaving behind two feathers. Syaoran and Watanuki escape from the void for a price: Syaoran must continue traveling through the dimensions forever, while Watanuki must stay in Yūko's shop. The group rests in the Kingdom of Clow where Fai, Kurogane, and Mokona decide to join Syaoran once again in hope of finding a way to bring back the clones who still exist as the two feathers. Before departing on their separate ways, Syaoran and Sakura confess their mutually strong, close and pure for each other as they hope to meet again.
Production Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle began with an inspiration of the four-member team, to link their works set in a realistic world with their works set in different fantasy worlds. Prior to beginning work on Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Clamp had created the manga, from which the two main characters are taken. Clamp decided to draw Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle by using a style first conceived by, named the 'father of manga' and often credited as the 'father of anime', known as. In this system, characters with the same name and design are used in different settings, drawing mostly from the vast character pool of its own works and occasionally from others' works.
Unlike characters under the Star System, three months prior to the release of Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, the began serializing Clamp's, a manga whose two main characters, Kimihiro Watanuki and Yūko Ichihara, are two of the same characters used in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle; both series run in parallel. Like many of their other works, each member of Clamp had a role different from their other projects instead of retaining set roles. For Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, drew the main characters, whereas and drew the side characters and backgrounds; was the sole person in charge of the storyline; the other members of Clamp were not told in advance how the plot would unfold.
The word 'Tsubasa' was used so that the title would be easy to read. However, believing 'Tsubasa' only would be too short, they added the words 'Chronicle' and 'Reservoir' from Nekoi's notes. A special interview with Ohkawa and Kiichiro Sugawara, Clamp's editor from the 's Editorial Department, took place after the story of Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle had progressed past the arc from Ōto Country. Ohkawa has stated that the group is very conscious of the fact that Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle is the title in Shōnen Magazine with the youngest readership and that it is their very first foray into the demographic. Thus, the members of Clamp ensure that they employ a drawing style and dialogue appropriate for young male audiences; the manga incorporates that makes reading Japanese easier. To aid in this effort, the group holds conferences with Sugawara where they discuss the plot. Ohkawa stated during the interview that the only time the story significantly changed was during Country of Jade arc; It went from a 'horror story with vampires' to a 'detective mystery'.
Following the story in the Piffle Country, Clamp aimed to make the series darker and more complex, resulting in it receiving elements previously seen in other of their series. The Shura Country's story was written to introduce the idea that a dead person cannot be revived even if somebody travels back to the past and changes history. This theme would be further explored later in the story.
The members of Clamp had some difficulty adjusting from their typical style after deciding to publish with Weekly Shōnen Magazine. Because their typical thinner lines did not give the desired impact, Ohkawa expressed the group's desire to make their lines thicker, and to use simpler layouts similar to the other stories already present in Shōnen Magazine. She stated that they used their original artistic style to attract initial readers and then slowly transitioned to a new style.
Sometime around when the story arc focused on the Country of Ōto took place, their art style had gradually been changing again; at this point they were thinking of returning to their original style. They were still adjusting to a weekly schedule; many of their previous works were on a monthly schedule. Sugawara expressed concerns about the strain on the artists of concurrently doing a weekly issue of Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle linked with xxxHolic, but in the end he whole-heartedly approved. In accordance with Ohkawa's desire for each to have a well-organized story, Clamp avoids putting references between the two stories too frequently. The main idea was connecting these two series was to have protagonists from two different manga with different personalities and designs. However, during the ending they would be stated to share the same existence, and had to go on different paths.
As Tsubasa is connected with xxxHolic, the characters' designs are also meant to be similar; Like xxxHolic, the artwork is sometimes influenced by art style which leads to the characters have longer limbs. When asked if another series influenced Tsubasa in the concept of parallel worlds, Ohkawa replied that she was not a fan of sci-fi series and pointed that all worlds shown in the series were other works from Tsubasa. At the same time, she wanted to segregate Tsubasa from previous works.
She also explained that while some characters are the same, their traits and personalities were modified due to different backstories. When thinking about including character goods with the volume releases, Sugawara came up with the atypical idea of releasing a deluxe and normal edition of the manga after contemplating the inconsistency of novels getting both a soft-cover and hard-cover release, but manga only received one version.
Because it was a new concept, the group experienced several mishaps such as accidentally placing a vertically flipped illustration on the first deluxe edition. The group also decided to use another atypical practice of keeping catchphrases that appeared in the magazine identical to the ones that appear on the frontispieces of the deluxe editions. Themes Tsubasa explores the fragility of human relationships through Sakura losing all of her memories involving her love interest, Syaoran.
Despite this tragedy, Syaoran manages to become friends with other characters across his journey. Furthermore, Sakura once again develops feelings for Syaoran who at the same time starts falling for her again. The development of the characters' relationship demonstrates how while modern society depends on already existing one, a severed one can be reformed if people have the will. At the same time, Syaoran has to say goodbye to the people he met as a result of having to continue travelling. Despite also losing these new founds friends, these actions will help Syaoran grow into a young man.
Another theme in the series is the use of identical people as a result of the characters travelling to parallel worlds where they find alternative versions of people they met before. Despite sharing the same physical appearances, these identical versions have been through different experiences earning their own identities. Syaoran also has his own commonly referred as 'The Other Syaoran' who at the same time shares the same identity as the protagonist from,.
Across the series, these character are developed and choose their own paths to earn their own identities. Media Manga. Main article: Written and illustrated by, Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle was serialized in Japan in 's between May 2003 and October 2009. Its 233 chapters, which are called 'Chapitre' ( シャピトル, Shapitoru), French for 'Chapter', have been compiled into twenty-eight volumes by Kodansha, with the first volume released on August 9, 2003, and the last one on November 17, 2009. All the volumes were also released in deluxe editions containing color pages and new illustrations at the same time as the original release. In June 2014, Kodansha's Magazine Special announced a new manga of Tsubasa would start serialization in August that year and that it would be connected to xxxHolic Rei. Titled Tsubasa: WoRLD CHRoNiCLE, the series has also been licensed by Kodansha USA for English release.
A single chapter was also serialized in the in February 2015. Tsubasa was one of the first four manga series licensed for English release in North America by and was acquired together with, and in January 2004. Del Rey released the first volume of the series on April 27, 2004, and the last one on November 23, 2010. Kodansha USA is due to rerelease it in omnibus format during 2014., the United Kingdom branch of, published the first 14 volumes as published by Del Rey in the United Kingdom, between August 3, 2006, and June 5, 2008. Anime television series. See also: The animation studio adapted the manga series into a two-season television series Tsubasa Chronicle ( ツバサ･クロニクル, Tsubasa Kuronikuru) spanning fifty-two episodes in total.
Both seasons were written by Hiroyuki Kawasaki and directed by, with joining on as co-director for the second season. The music for the series was composed. The first season aired Saturday nights at 18:30 on from April 9, 2005, to October 15, 2005, and spanned 26 episodes. The second season began on April 29, 2006, at 18:30 and concluded on November 4, 2006; it spanned twenty-six episodes.
In Japan, released the series across fourteen compilation volumes between August 26, 2005, and February 23, 2007. Two DVD box sets were then released on October 26, 2011 and November 25, 2011. Licensed both seasons under the title Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle for English-language release January 2006.
They released the TV series in North America across twelve DVD compilation volumes. Funimation released the DVDs in two collections, where each contains six of the DVDs together in a box set, on November 11, 2008, and December 29, 2009. A DVD box with the first season and the film was released on January 19, 2010. It was re-released in Blu-ray format on May 4, 2010, in a package that also included the anime's second season. Funimation also released the first season of Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle in the United Kingdom through beginning on September 17, 2007, across six Region 2 DVD compilation volumes. The English dub of the first season was broadcast on the in the United States.
Revelation Films had previously confirmed the release of the second season of Tsubasa Chronicle in the U.K., although no release dates were ever set. Main article: A film interlude, was adapted by the animation studio and premiered in Japanese theaters on August 20, 2005, in conjunction with, between the two seasons of the anime series. Its plot continues the journey from Syaoran's group for Sakura's feathers.
They locate one at the Country of Birdcages, where they have to confront the world's king in order to obtain it. It was directed by and written by Midori Goto and Junichi Fujisaku. Character designs were provided by Yoko Kikuchi, and music was by Yuki Kajiura. Clamp artist Ageha Ohkawa liked how both films were connected, despite that both have different themes. Released the DVD for the film on February 25, 2006, in Japan in both regular and premium editions. Funimation released the film on a single DVD in English on February 19, 2009, in North America as a with the xxxHolic film.
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It was released alongside a DVD box of the anime's first season on January 19, 2010. It was re-released in Blu-ray format on May 4, 2010, in a package that included the anime's second season. Original video animations Two (OVA) series were animated by Production I.G. They were directed by Shunsuke Tada and written by Nanase Ohkawa, with music provided by Yuki Kajiura.
A three-episode OVA series titled Tsubasa Tokyo Revelations ( ツバサ TOKYO REVELATIONS) was released between November 16, 2007, and March 17, 2008, across three DVDs bundled with limited versions of volumes 21, 22, and 23 of the manga. Their plot is set after the anime's ending, and follows the arrival of Syaoran's group in a postapocalyptic Tokyo, where the connection between Syaoran and a teenager identical to him is revealed.
A two-episode OVA series titled Tsubasa Spring Thunder Chronicles ( ツバサ春雷記, Tsubasa Shunraiki) was released across two DVDs. The first was packaged with volume 26 of the manga, which was released on March 17, 2009; and the second was packaged with volume 27, released on May 15, 2009.
They are set after the characters' journey to Seresu as they search for a way to make Sakura's soul return to her body. In May 2010, Funimation announced they licensed both series of OVAs.
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The colorful characters of CLAMP’s tales through the years converge in this unique multidimensional story of fantasy and action. In the country of Clow, Princess Sakura and aspiring archaeologist Syaoran have grown up together as childhood friends. During an excavation one day, Syaoran finds Sakura deep within the country’s mystical ruins with large, glowing wings sprouting from her back. The wings disperse in a burst of feathers, leaving Sakura practically lifeless.
Desperate to save her, Syaoran is sent to another world where the Space-Time Witch resides, who tells him the feathers contained Sakura’s memories - and now they’re scattered through dimensions. He’ll have to journey through worlds to find them, but he won’t be alone - Kurogane is an exiled ninja from Japan Country wanting to return back to his world, and Fai D. Flowright is a magician from Celes who never wants to return. Now the group embarks on a tremendous journey of trust, tragedy, sacrifices, and bonds. Will they be able to alter the fate orchestrated for them?