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Tenchi Muyo!
天地無用!
(No Need for Tenchi!)
Demographic Shōnen
Genre Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Harem, Romance, Science Fiction
OVA: Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki
Directed by Masaki Kajishima (original creator)
Hiroki Hayashi (OVA 1)
Kenichi Yatani (OVA 2)
Kenichi Yatagai (OVA 2-3)
Studio AIC
Licensor Flag of Japan Geneon (OVA 1 and 2)
Flag of Japan VAP (OVA 3)
Flag of the United States Geneon (OVA 1 and 2)
Flag of the United States FUNimation Entertainment (OVA 3
No. of episodes 20
Released 25 September 1992 - 14 September 2005
OVA: Tenchi Muyo! Mihoshi Special
Directed by Kazuhiro Ozawa
Studio AIC
Licensor Flag of Japan Geneon
Flag of the United States Geneon
No. of episodes 1
Released 25 March 1994
TV anime: Tenchi Universe
Directed by Hiroshi Negishi
Studio AIC
Licensor Flag of Japan Geneon
Flag of the United States Geneon
Network Japan TV Tokyo
Original run 2 April 199524 December 1995
No. of episodes 26
TV anime: Tenchi in Tokyo
Directed by Yoshihiro Takamoto
Studio AIC
Licensor Flag of Japan Geneon
Flag of the United States Geneon
Network Japan TV Tokyo
Original run 1 April 199723 December 1997
No. of episodes 26
TV anime: Tenchi Muyo! GXP
Directed by Shinichi Watanabe
Studio AIC
Licensor Flag of Japan VAP
Flag of the United States FUNimation Entertainment
Network Japan NTV
Original run 3 April 200225 September 2002
No. of episodes 26
Movie: Tenchi Muyo! in Love
Directed by Hiroshi Negishi
Studio AIC
Licensor Flag of Japan Geneon
Flag of the United States Geneon
Released Japan 20 April 1996
United States 16 August 1996
Runtime 95 min.
Movie: Tenchi Muyo! Daughter of Darkness
Directed by Satoshi Kimura
Studio AIC
Licensor Flag of Japan Geneon
Flag of the United States Geneon
Released Japan 8 August 1997
United States 31 March 1998
Runtime 60 min.
Movie: Tenchi Forever!
Directed by Hiroshi Negishi
Studio AIC
Licensor Flag of Japan Geneon
Flag of the United States Geneon
Released Japan 24 April 1999
United States 10 October 1999
Runtime 95 min.
Manga: No Need For Tenchi!
Authored by Hitoshi Okuda
Publisher Japan Kadokawa Shoten

United States VIZ Media
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Serialized in Japan Comic Dragon Jr

United States VIZ Media Image File history File links Flag_of_Japan. ... Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... Viz Media, LLC, headquartered in San Francisco, California, is a major American anime, manga and Japanese entertainment company formed by the merger of Viz, LLC, and ShoPro Entertainment. ...

Original run 16 December 19949 June 2000
No. of volumes 12
Manga: The All-New Tenchi Muyo!
Authored by Hitoshi Okuda
Publisher Japan Kadokawa Shoten

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Serialized in Japan Comic Dragon AGE
Original run 26 July 20009 December 2005
No. of volumes 10
Related works

Tenchi Muyo! (天地無用! Tenchi Muyō!?), is an anime, light novel, and manga series about a boy named Tenchi Masaki and the alien women who loved him. Image File history File links Flag_of_Japan. ... is the 207th day of the year (208th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2000 (MM) was a leap year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 343rd day of the year (344th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... Tankōbon ) is the Japanese term for a compilation volume of a particular series (such as a manga or a novel series, magazine articles, essays, craft patterns, etc. ... Pretty Sammy is an anime based on the magically transformed version of the Sasami character from the various Tenchi Muyo! series. ... Pretty Sammy is an anime based on the magically transformed version of the Sasami character from the various Tenchi Muyo! series. ... Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure ) is a thirteen episode series created in 1999 by Masaki Kajishima and produced by AIC, the company well-known for the Tenchi Muyo! franchise. ... The main cast of the anime Cowboy Bebop (1998) (L to R: Spike Spiegel, Jet Black, Ed Tivrusky, Faye Valentine, and Ein the dog) For the oleo-resin, see Animé (oleo-resin). ... The Haruhi Suzumiya series is one of the most popular light novel series in Japan. ... This article is about the comics published in East Asian countries. ... Tenchi Masaki ) is the main protagonist of the Tenchi Muyo! series. ...


The original series, Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki, is a six episode OVA (Original Video Animation or Direct-to-Home Video) series; released in Japan in 1992–93. As its popularity grew, it spurred a seventh episode (also known as the Tenchi Special) and the stand alone Mihoshi Special. In 1994-95, the second OVA series was created and released, featuring episodes 8–13. From 2003 to 2005, a third OVA series was released, with episodes 14–19, centering around the three goddesses introduced in the second OVA series. This is then followed by a special twentieth episode which centered around some of the remaining plot threads towards Tenchi's mother, as well as Noike, who was introduced in episode 15. The series can be somewhat confusing to newcomers because it has several continuities. Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki ) is a twenty episode collection of OVAs produced by AIC, initially released in Japan in 1992. ... Original Video Animation ), abbreviated OVA ), is a term used for anime titles that are released direct-to-video, without prior showings on TV or in theaters. ... Year 1992 (MCMXCII) was a leap year starting on Wednesday (link will display full 1992 Gregorian calendar). ... Year 1994 (MCMXCIV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link will display full 1994 Gregorian calendar). ... Year 2003 (MMIII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Before the popularity of series like Love Hina, to American fans Tenchi Muyo! set the benchmark for a series with a somewhat meek but kind male lead surrounded by attractive but often bizarre women, an anime sub-genre (harem comedy) which would later become common. The TM franchise is also well-known in having a manga developed after an animated version was released, when typically the reverse is true. Serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine Original run October 21, 1998 – October 31, 2001 No. ... A harem comedy is a term for an anime or manga story wherein one male character is surrounded by — often living with — several female characters. ...


Tenchi Muyo! was one of the early successes for AIC, the animation company behind it, which went on to create El-Hazard, Battle Athletes, Oh My Goddess!, Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure and many other anime series. The main artist for the series is Masaki Kajishima. Anime International Company Inc. ... El-Hazard is an anime franchise by the anime studio AIC. There is also a manga adaptation, which is published in English by Viz Communications. ... Battle Athletes is an anime set in the distant future where after many years of war with an alien race, they agreed on a settlement in which there would be a contest of physical strength between one representative from each race. ... Serialized in Afternoon (magazine) Super Manga Blast Original run 1988-08-25 – ongoing No. ... Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure ) is a thirteen episode series created in 1999 by Masaki Kajishima and produced by AIC, the company well-known for the Tenchi Muyo! franchise. ... Masaki Kajishima (梶島正樹 Kajishima Masaki, born March 16, 1952), is an anime artist that works for AIC in a freelance capacity. ...


The name of the manga is a play on words. Tenchi muyō (天地無用?) in Japanese means "This way up", a phrase written, for example, on boxes to show they should not be upturned. The word muyō also means "unnecessary", thus with a lead character "Tenchi" this name could also mean "unnecessary Tenchi" and is more often than not translated to "No need for Tenchi" (even so far as the episode titles for the first TV series to have the running gag of having the titles start with "No need for...") The name 'Tenchi' also means 'Heaven and Earth' so one could also take the title to mean "No Need for Heaven and Earth."

Contents

Canon

Series

Summary

The three major series continuities are Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki, Tenchi TV/Universe, and Tenchi in Tokyo. The first series, TM!R, is the original OVA (Original Video Animation) which introduces the core characters. The other two are spin-offs that utilize the same characters, with the addition of Kiyone Makibi, though the back story is quite different from the original OVAs. The first of the spin-offs was Tenchi Muyo! TV (also known as Tenchi Universe), in 1995; it is a twenty-six episode TV series that retells the original series differently. This anime was one of a few anime to be broadcast on PBS member station KTEH in San Jose, California, according to the ANN. Year 1995 (MCMXCV) was a common year starting on Sunday (link will display full 1995 Gregorian calendar). ... Not to be confused with Public Broadcasting Services in Malta. ... KTEH is a public television station in San Jose, California, serving the San Francisco Bay Area as a PBS member station on channel 54. ... For other uses, see San José. Nickname: Location of San Jose within Santa Clara County, California. ...


Tenchi Muyo! OVA series, Kajishima canon

Main article: Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki

The canon accepted by series creator Kajishima is as follows: Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki ) is a twenty episode collection of OVAs produced by AIC, initially released in Japan in 1992. ...


Animation

  • Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-ohki OVA 1 (episodes 1-6)
  • Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-ohki OVA 1 Special, The Night Before the Carnival (episode 7)
  • Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-ohki OVA 2 (episodes 8-13 + the bonus episode 13.5)
  • Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-ohki OVA 3 (episodes 14-19)
  • Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-ohki OVA 3 Special (episode 20)
  • Tenchi Muyo! GXP: Galaxy Police Transporter

Other Materials Tenchi Muyo! GXP ) is an anime spinoff of Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki. ...

  • Shin Tenchi Muyo! Jurai (novel, tells of Azusa's life from a boy to the events in episode 13)
  • Shin Tenchi Muyo! Yosho (novel, tells of Yosho's life from a boy until he defeats Ryoko on Earth)
  • Shin Tenchi Muyo! Washu (novel, tells of Washu's life from when she was found 20,000 years ago through the loss of her child to politics. The death of her friend Naja is not discussed.)
  • Tenchi Muyo! GXP 01 (novel, novel form of the TV series with very little NB)
  • Tenchi Muyo! GXP 02 (novel, 2006 release)
  • Tenchi Muyo! GXP 03 (novel, 2006 release; contains lots of stuff not seen in the anime)
  • Various dōjinshi from Kajishima
  • Various interviews with Kajishima
  • The book 101 Questions and Answers of Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Oh-Ki (also titled 101 Secrets)

For more details about these materials, see Tenchi Muyo! FAQ Dōjinshi ) are self-published Japanese works, usually manga or novels. ...


Tenchi Muyo! OVA series, Hasegawa canon

Naoko Hasegawa, writer of episodes 3 and 5 the first OVA series, uses a different continuity, which includes the following:


Animation

  • Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-ohki OVA 1 (episodes 1-6)
  • Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-ohki Galaxy Police Mihoshi's Space Adventure (also known as the Mihoshi Special), though except for the framing sequence, much of the story is as an exaggeration by Mihoshi and is not considered canon.
  • Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-ohki Manatsu no Eve (Tenchi Muyo! Daughter of Darkness)(movie 2)

Other Materials Tenchi Muyo! Daughter of Darkness ) (translated: Tenchi Muyo! Midsummers Eve) is the second of three movies set in the Tenchi Muyo multi-verse. ...

  • Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-ohki Manatsu no Carnival (radio drama)
  • A series of 13 novels by Hasegawa, including the Manatsu no Eve book upon which the movie was based upon.

A few characters from OVA 2 (episodes 8-13.5), such as Tokimi, Emperor Azusa, and Empress Misaki, make appearances in Hasegawa's novels. However, the episodes and events from OVA 2, as well as episode 7, do not take place in Hasegawa's canon.


Hasegawa also worked on the TV series, which includes her characters Kiyone and (in the movies) Achika, but the TV series is not considered to be in the same continuity.


Tenchi Universe, a.k.a. the Negishi canon

Main article: Tenchi Universe

Called the "Negishi canon", after Hiroshi Negishi, the director who was the main creative force behind the series and connecting movies, Tenchi Universe (known as Tenchi Muyo! TV in Japan) has no sentient Jurai trees, Ayeka is not closely related to Katsuhito, and Washu is the person sealed in the cave. Kiyone has a major role in this series. Also, this series has a stronger emphasis on Ryoko, as shown in the show's opening credits and in some episodes, as well as Tenchi Forever. Tenchi Universe (Tenchi Muyo! TV in Japan) is a 26-episode anime series produced by AIC and Pioneer Animation (now Geneon Entertainment). ...


Animation

Other Material Tenchi Muyo! in Love ) is the first of three movies set in the Tenchi Muyo multi-verse. ... Tenchi Forever!, known in Japan as Tenchi Muyo in Love 2 - Distant Memories ), is a 1999 Japanese anime film based upon the popular Tenchi Muyo! series, and was directed by Hiroshi Negishi. ...


A manga, also written by Negishi, was produced as a tie in to TMiL2, though it is uncertain if this manga is part of established Negishi canon:

  • Tenchi Muyo! In Love 2: Eternal Memory (manga)

Tenchi in Tokyo

Main article: Tenchi in Tokyo

Shin Tenchi Muyo! (known as Tenchi in Tokyo in English), in 1997, is yet a third version of the story, but this time centered on Tenchi's high school adventures in Tokyo. It is also a twenty-six episode TV series and many of the main characters had some personality changes. Because it is completely different from the OVAs and first TV series, Tenchi in Tokyo was met with mixed reviews among fans. Tenchi in Tokyo, known in Japan as New Tenchi Muyo! ), is a 26-episode anime series produced by AIC and Pioneer Animation (now Geneon Entertainment) in 1997. ... Year 1997 (MCMXCVII) was a common year starting on Wednesday (link will display full 1997 Gregorian calendar). ... Tokyo Metropolis (東京都 Tōkyō-to) is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan and, unique among the prefectures, provides certain municipal services characteristic of a city. ...


Animation

  • Shin Tenchi Muyo! (26 episodes)

Movies

There are also three movies: Tenchi Muyo! in Love, Tenchi Muyo! Manatsu no Eve (The Daughter of Darkness) (1997), and Tenchi Muyo! in Love 2: Haruka Naru Omoi (Tenchi Forever!), 1999. Tenchi Muyo! in Love ) is the first of three movies set in the Tenchi Muyo multi-verse. ... Tenchi Muyo! Daughter of Darkness ) (translated: Tenchi Muyo! Midsummers Eve) is the second of three movies set in the Tenchi Muyo multi-verse. ... Tenchi Forever!, known in Japan as Tenchi Muyo in Love 2 - Distant Memories ), is a 1999 Japanese anime film based upon the popular Tenchi Muyo! series, and was directed by Hiroshi Negishi. ... Year 1999 (MCMXCIX) was a common year starting on Friday (link will display full 1999 Gregorian calendar). ...


Movies 1 and 3 are intended to be in, and match with, the Tenchi Universe continuity. Movie 3 concludes the Tenchi Muyo! TV (Universe) series.


The continuity of movie 2 is more complicated. It is written by Naoko Hasegawa, who co-wrote the first OVA series and wrote several Tenchi novels in Japanese; the movie is based on one of her novels.


Movie 2 is sometimes believed to be in Tenchi Universe continuity because of the presence of Kiyone and because Ayeka refers to my brother's tree instead of your tree while speaking to Katsuhito. Neither of these are related to Tenchi Universe; Kiyone is present because she originated from Hasegawa's OVA-based novels, and the Ayeka line is a misleading translation. In reality, the movie is an animated version of the Hasegawa novel of the same name, and is part of her continuity. In Japanese, a name or title may be used in some circumstances where English would require a pronoun; saying "brother's tree" to Katsuhito does not mean that her brother is someone other than him. Furthermore, in the Universe series it is never demonstrated that she has a brother. Kiyone Makibi ) is a fictional character of the Tenchi Muyo! series. ... Ayeka (阿重霞 Aeka, spelled Aeka in Singapore), is a key character in the various Tenchi Muyo! anime series by AIC. While details of her character differ between the various series, Ayeka is typically shown as the beautiful first princess of the planet Jurai who has fallen in love... Katsuhito Masaki ) is a fictional character in the anime Tenchi Muyo!. // In the OVA, Katsuhito, also known as Yōshō Masaki Jurai ), fled Jurai over 700 years ago to retire on Earth. ...


Tenchi Muyo! in Love (1996) Tenchi Muyo! in Love ) is the first of three movies set in the Tenchi Muyo multi-verse. ...


Tenchi Muyo! in Love was the first of the Tenchi films, taking place within the Universe timeline.


The movie is about how the gang must save Tenchi from utter disappearance by capturing a criminal named Kain, which had traveled back in time to destroy Tenchi's mother, Achika so that Tenchi isn't born to threaten his conquest of Jurai. In order to save Achika and Tenchi, Tenchi and crew travel back in time to the year of 1970 to protect Achika. Achika Masaki ) is a fictional character in the Tenchi Muyo! anime series. ...


Tenchi Muyo! Daughter of Darkness (1997) Tenchi Muyo! Daughter of Darkness ) (translated: Tenchi Muyo! Midsummers Eve) is the second of three movies set in the Tenchi Muyo multi-verse. ...


Tenchi the Movie 2: The Daughter of Darkness (Manatsu no Eve) is the second Tenchi movie. Tenchi Muyo! Daughter of Darkness ) (translated: Tenchi Muyo! Midsummers Eve) is the second of three movies set in the Tenchi Muyo multi-verse. ...


The movie is about a girl named Mayuka who appears out of nowhere claiming to be Tenchi's daughter. Ryoko and Ayeka are jealous and/or suspicious, Sasami befriends her, Kiyone and Mihoshi are the same, and Washu suspects something. Mayuka turns out to have been created by the demonic villain Yuzuha, who wanted revenge on Yosho because after befriending Yosho as a child she was banished by Jurai. Mayuka ) is a fictional character in the Tenchi Muyo! series, appearing in the 1997 movie Tenchi Muyo! Manatsu no Eve, released by Pioneer in the U.S. as Tenchi the Movie 2: The Daughter of Darkness. ... Yuzuha ) is a silver-furred female Juraian demon that appeared in Tenchi the Movie II: The Daughter of Darkness (Manatsu no Eve). ...


Tenchi Forever! (1999) Tenchi Forever!, known in Japan as Tenchi Muyo in Love 2 - Distant Memories ), is a 1999 Japanese anime film based upon the popular Tenchi Muyo! series, and was directed by Hiroshi Negishi. ...


Tenchi Forever! (Tenchi Muyo! in Love 2) is a continuation of the first TV series (Tenchi Universe) and sequel to the original film.


After a fight between Ryoko and Ayeka, Tenchi runs into the mountains to be seduced by a beautiful woman and disappears. Six months later, he is found with a woman named Haruna and he has forgotten his previous life.


Manga

The Tenchi manga consists of two series, Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-oh-ki and Shin Tenchi Muyo! (the shin here means new and has no connection to the second television series, Shin Tenchi Muyo) are written by Hitoshi Okuda. They have been released in America as No Need for Tenchi and The All-New Tenchi Muyo!. Hitoshi Okuda ) is Japanese manga artist, most famous for his characterizations and stories set in the world of Tenchi Muyo!. Okuda got his start as a doujinshi artist before debuting professionally, studying under Nobuteru YÅ«ki and Yutaka Izubuchi. ...


Unlike most anime/manga combinations, for Tenchi the anime came first, and the manga is considered non-canon. It is based on OVA series 1 and 2. Since the manga originally began in Japan before the release of OVA 2, the OVA 2 elements are not introduced immediately at the beginning. Because the manga is non-canon, new elements introduced in the manga do not carry over to the anime. This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...


Manga series released in the US:

  • "No Need for Tenchi" series! (Volumes 1-2, earlier half of volume 3, 4-6, first half of 7, and 8-12.)
  • "No Need for Tenchi: Magical Girl Pretty Sammy" (Later half of Volume 3, based on the "Pretty Sammy" OVAs. Not thought of as part of the manga storyline)
  • "No Need for Tenchi: Tenchi in Love" (Second half of Volume 7, based on the first Tenchi movie. Has characters from the Tenchi Universe timeline. Not thought of as part of the manga storyline)
  • "Tenchi Muyō: Sasami Stories" (A collection or reprint of several of the Sasami related events that happened in the No Need for Tenchi! manga series. However, the book itself is in the new smaller format, and also features bonus comics in the back that were printed over the years. The bonus comics are not thought of as part of the overall manga story.)
  • "The All-New Tenchi Muyō!" (Volumes 1-10; It continues the No Need for Tenchi! manga, but with a smaller page format. Introduces several new characters that weren't in the original manga.)

Spin-offs

The first Tenchi spinoff is the Pretty Sammy, the Magical Girl series, a magical girl series where Sasami is the lead character. The first use of Pretty Sammy was in the Tenchi Muyo! Sound File, a Japanese-only music video release. The same animation was used in the ending of the Mihoshi Special. In 1995, a three episode Pretty Sammy OVA series began, where Sasami, who is known as Sasami Kawai, magically becomes Pretty Sammy. The second Pretty Sammy is a TV series (titled in America as Magical Project S), which came out in 1996. This series is a separate continuity from the OVA series. Pretty Sammy also appears in the Mihoshi Special and in an alternate reality sequence in the Tenchi Universe series. Pretty Sammy Magical Project S DVD #1 Pretty Sammy (魔法少女プリティサミー, Mahou Shoujo Puriti Samii) is an anime based on the magically transformed version of the Sasami character from the various Tenchi Muyo! series. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki: Galaxy Police Mihoshis Space Adventure (commonly known as the Mihoshi Special) is a special episode of the Tenchi Muyo! OAV series. ... Year 1995 (MCMXCV) was a common year starting on Sunday (link will display full 1995 Gregorian calendar). ... Pretty Sammy Magical Project S DVD #1 Pretty Sammy (魔法少女プリティサミー, Mahou Shoujo Puriti Samii) is an anime based on the magically transformed version of the Sasami character from the various Tenchi Muyo! series. ... Pretty Sammy is an anime based on the magically transformed version of the Sasami character from the various Tenchi Muyo! series. ... Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ...


The second is Tenchi Muyo! GXP, which was released in Japan in 2001. The series takes place during the Kajishima version of the OVA continuity, and is set a year after the events of the third OVA series despite being released first chronologically. The main character of this twenty-six episode TV series is Seina Yamada, a friend of Tenchi Masaki who accidentally joined the Galaxy Police. Many characters from Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-ohki make appearances in this series, including the use of Seiryo as a major character and a full-fledged Tenchi Muyo! crossover in episode 17. Tenchi Muyo! GXP ) is an anime spinoff of Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki. ... Year 2001 (MMI) was a common year starting on Monday (link displays the 2001 Gregorian calendar). ... Seina Yamada ) is a fictional character in the Tenchi Muyo! series and serves as the main character of Tenchi Muyo! GXP, a television spinoff from the original OVAs. ... Seiryo Tennan ) is a fictional character in the anime Tenchi Muyo!, first introduced in the second OVA series as a villain and much later as a main character and general nuisance in the spinoff Tenchi Muyo! GXP. Spoiler warning: Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki When Juraian Emperor Azusa visits Earth and...


Sasami: Mahou Shoujo Club, currently shown in Japan as 2006, is recognized as the third spin-off with Sasami, known here as Sasami Iwakura, as the main character. The animation style here is saccharine compared to the other titles, but the hold over characters from the franchise (particularly Misao of Pretty Sammy) are still fairly recognizable. Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday (link displays full 2006 calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Other versions of Tenchi Muyo! are also available as graphic novels, video games and radio dramas. Trade paperback of Will Eisners A Contract with God (1978), often mistakenly cited as the first graphic novel. ... Namcos Pac-Man was a hit, and became a universal phenomenon. ... Radio drama is a form of audio storytelling broadcast on radio. ...


The series Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure is also thought to be related to the Tenchi Muyo universe. Mecha Jinv from Dual! appear in Tenchi Muyo! GXP, Kiyone, Ramia, and Misao appear in a brief easter egg cameo in the series' OVA special, and there is much speculation concerning the ancient civilization that the character "D" is from. Kajishima has hinted that Dual! does, in fact, relate to Tenchi Muyo!. The creator of both DUAL! and Tenchi Muyo!, Masaki Kajishima, confirmed that DUAL! is in fact an alternate version of the Tenchi Muyo! universe. Dual! Parallel Trouble Adventure ) is a thirteen episode series created in 1999 by Masaki Kajishima and produced by AIC, the company well-known for the Tenchi Muyo! franchise. ... Tenchi Muyo! GXP ) is an anime spinoff of Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki. ... Kiyone Makibi ) is a fictional character of the Tenchi Muyo! series. ... Ramia ) is a fictional character who is a major villain in the Pretty Sammy series. ... Pixy Misa ) is a fictional character in the anime Pretty Sammy (also known as Magical Project S), a spinoff of Tenchi Muyo!. An evil magical girl, she is the rival and dramatic foil of the series protagonist, magical girl Pretty Sammy. ...


English adaptations distributor history

The manga is published in English in North America by Viz Communications. In Singapore it is published in English by Chuang Yi as No Need for Tenchi! The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... Viz, LLC, headquartered in San Francisco, California, is a major American manga publisher. ... Chuang Yi (Simplified Chinese: 创艺, Pinyin: Chuàngyì, meaning creative arts) is a manga and manhwa publisher and distributor based in Singapore. ...


Pioneer USA (now Geneon Entertainment) has brought out most of the releases in the USA up to 2002. They released the Tenchi OVA series, the Mihoshi Special episode, both of the Tenchi Muyo! television series, and all three of the Tenchi Muyo! movies. Pioneer USA has also distributed the Pretty Sammy spinoff, with both the Pretty Sammy OVAs and Magical Project S TV series. On DVD the Mihoshi Special is released with Pretty Sammy, not with the rest of the Tenchi series. Geneon, formerly known as Pioneer Entertainment (or Pioneer LDC) and also a former subsidiary of Pioneer Corporation, is a home entertainment production and distribution company. ... Pretty Sammy Magical Project S DVD #1 Pretty Sammy (魔法少女プリティサミー, Mahou Shoujo Puriti Samii) is an anime based on the magically transformed version of the Sasami character from the various Tenchi Muyo! series. ...


OVA1 and OVA2 were released on DVD in the UK in 2004. A single boxset was released in the UK which includes OVA1, OVA2 and the Mihoshi Special. Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


FUNimation Productions licensed the second Tenchi Muyo! spinoff series Tenchi Muyo! GXP for distribution in the United States in 2003, and released it in 2004. FUNimation also licensed the third OVA series and released it on DVD starting July 2005. FUNimation has kept most of the original dub voice cast except for Petrea Burchard, who dubbed Ryoko's voice in the Pioneer/Geneon releases. She is replaced by Mona Marshall in the GXP and OVA 3 series. FUNimation Entertainment (previously known as FUNimation Productions) is an American company formed by Gen Fukunaga in the early 1990s to produce, merchandise and distribute anime and other entertainment properties in the United States and international markets. ... Tenchi Muyo! GXP ) is an anime spinoff of Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki. ... Petrea Burchard (born March 23, 1955 in Lawrence, Kansas) is an American actress, and voice actress. ... Mona Marshall (born Mona M. Ianotti on August 31st, 1947) is an American voice actress. ...


Locations

  • Alpha – A planet from the Tenchi Muyo! OVA series, ruins on the planet were attacked by Kagato but otherwise nothing else has been seen or said of it.
  • Balta- an autonomous planet within the Juraian territories, named after and ruled by the Balta family, which were also the rulers of the old Balta pirate guild.
  • Beta – a planet from the Tenchi Muyo! OVA series. The only mention in the series is that several people disappeared in the planet's mystery spot once.
  • Chobimaru – in the Tenchi Muyo! OVA series and GXP, it is a planet-sized spaceship belonging to the Kuramitsu family and operated by the Galaxy Police. Inside it has oceans, plants, and animal life along with the artificial structures. The ship also has firepower capable of destroying an entire planet.
  • Earth - Also known as "Terra", home of the human race-and Tenchi Masaki's house is located here.
  • Galaxy Police Headquarters - A giant space station shaped like an arc. It houses many Galaxy Police officers and acts much like a massive police station.
  • Galaxy Academy - Three massive ring worlds together that are the size of a solar system. Many cultures and races co-inhabit this place, which houses both scientific and military schools as well as many civilian merchant areas.
  • Jurai — The seat of the powerful Juraian Empire, the homeworld of First Princess Ayeka, and the abode of intelligent trees descended from a goddess in the anime Tenchi Muyo!.
  • Raynza Republic- A unknown number of worlds that borders with the Juraien empire's territory, but not with the rest of the Galactic Union. Are now allies with Jurai thanks to a political marriage.
  • Seniwa - Home planet of the Kuramitsu family and one-time rival of Jurai. The two planets once were involved in a bitter Cold War, but have since became close allies.
  • Tolane - A planet administered by the Galactic Science Academy, where Kagato had kidnapped Washu and taken Ryoko and Ryo-Ohki as slaves.
  • Tokimi's Temple- Actually the home realm of the Chousin, this place is a massive area of altered space and time where all three - Tokimi, Washu and Tsunami - resided at one time. The area is made of many worlds with chaotic geometries.

Ryoko, Tenchi and Ayeka Tenchi Muyo! (天地無用! Tenchi Muyō!), is an anime and manga series about a boy named Tenchi Masaki and the alien women that love him. ... Kagato ) is a fictional character in the anime Tenchi Muyo!, serving as the main villain of the original OVAs. ... Ryoko, Tenchi and Ayeka Tenchi Muyo! (天地無用! Tenchi Muyō!), is an anime and manga series about a boy named Tenchi Masaki and the alien women that love him. ... This article is about Earth as a planet. ... Jurai ) is a planet in the AIC anime Tenchi Muyo!, and also the name of its royal family. ... Ayeka Masaki Jurai ), is a key character in the various Tenchi Muyo! anime series by AIC. While details of her character differ between the various series, Ayeka is typically shown as the beautiful first princess of the planet Jurai who has fallen in love with the series main character, Tenchi...

Trivia

  • The creator of Tenchi Muyo!, Masaki Kajishima, named several of the characters after locations in his Okayama Prefecture hometown. [1]
  • The baby first aid for choking infants depicted in OVA2 episode 1 "Hello Baby" is slightly incorrect. In a proper procedure, one does not hold a newborn upside down, but reinforces their head and holds them in appr. 35-40 degrees. For further direction see Heimlich Maneuver
  • When first aired on Cartoon Network's Toonami in America, Cartoon Network did some editing to the character's lines. The girls (mostly Ryoko) often drink 'tea' throughout the series. However, their 'tea' is often poured and distributed like sake, a Japanese rice wine. Characters often begin to blush, slur their words together, hiccup, and slowly decline in their mannerisms as they chugged down their 'tea.' This was done to prevent backlash from the more conservative American audiences. The delivery of lines from the characters, however, implies that the characters are aware of the double entendre (ex.: "You can't drink THAT kind of 'tea' at school!")
  • In addition to substituting 'tea' for sake, Cartoon Network also digitally painted swimsuits on several female character to cover up nudity during bathhouse scenes, and carried out extensive edits for language and other adult content, including references to sex, masturbation, and 'peeping'.
  • Characters from a second AIC property, El-Hazard, have cameoed in Tenchi Muyo! and vice-versa. However, these cross-overs are more on the line of fan service.
  • Guardians of Order published an English-language role-playing game based on OVA Episodes 1-13. The game, now out of print due to the expiring of the license, was moderately successful but is mainly of interest for combining many of the design elements that would be incorporated a few months later into the second edition of Big Eyes, Small Mouth and for the insights its writers gave on Tenchi's dilemma.
  • The Japanese title logo of Tenchi Muyo! makes a cameo appearance as graffiti in issue 1 of the Mark Waid / Alex Ross graphic novel series Kingdom Come, right after Norman McCay leaves Wesley Dodds's funeral and starts walking through the streets.

Okayama Prefecture ) is located in the Chūgoku region on Honshū island, Japan. ... The Heimlich maneuver The Heimlich maneuver, also known as abdominal thrusts, is a first aid procedure for clearing an obstructed airway. ... For Toonami, the television channel in the United Kingdom, see Toonami (UK). ... Sake barrels at Itsukushima Shrine. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... El-Hazard is an anime franchise by the anime studio AIC. There is also a manga adaptation, which is published in English by Viz Communications. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Guardians of Order was a Canadian company founded in 1996 by Mark C. Mackinnon based out of Guelph, Ontario in the business of creating roleplaying games. ... This article is about games in which one plays the role of a character. ... Big Eyes, Small Mouth is a roleplaying game that was designed to simulate the action of anime and manga. ... Kingdom Come was a four-issue comic book limited series published in 1996 by DC Comics. ... Norman McCay is a priest and the witness to the almost Biblical events in the Elseworlds story Kingdom Come. ... ...

External links

  • FUNimation's Official Tenchi Muyo! Site
  • AIC's Official Tenchi Muyo! Site
  • Formerly the Unofficial AIC BBS FAQ and now the Tenchi Muyo! FAQ
  • Tenchi Muyo Another Universe — Very Useful Resource Site covering all of the Tenchi Series, Movies, and Spin-Offs as well as the latest news. It's famous for hosting an expansive family tree, which details the complex relations between all OAV characters.
  • Tenchi in Tokyo — Wiki dedicated to the Tenchi anime series.
  • 101 Tenchi Muyo Facts — Masaki Kajishima himself answers 101 of the most important and frequent fan-submitted questions about his story.
  • h2g2 article on Tenchi Muyo
  • Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki (anime) at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia
  • Tenchi Muyo Papercraft

 
 

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