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Kanokon かのこん is a Japanese light novel series by Katsumi Nishino, with illustrations by Koin The first novel was released by Media Factory on October 31, 2005 under its MF Bunko J imprint, and it published 15 volumes until December 24, 2010 Kanokon is an abbreviation of Kanojo wa Kon, to Kawaiku Seki o Shite 彼女はこん、とかわいく咳をして A manga adaptation illustrated by Rin Yamaki was serialized in Media Factory's seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Alive between the August 2006 and August 2010 issues A drama CD was produced by Media Factory and released on March 28, 2007 A twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by Xebec aired in Japan between April and June 2008 on AT-X,1 and has been licensed by Media Blasters for release in North America A two-part OVA sequel aired on AT-X in October 2009 A visual novel named Kanokon Esuii developed by 5pb was released for the PlayStation 2 on July 31, 2008

Contents

  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Media
    • 21 Light novels
    • 22 Manga
    • 23 Drama CDs
    • 24 Internet radio show
    • 25 Anime
    • 26 Visual novel
  • 3 Reception
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Plotedit

Main article: List of Kanokon characters

Kanokon's story revolves around Kouta Oyamada, an extremely innocent young first-year high school student who moves from the country to the city and thus transfers to Kunpō High School On his first day at his new school, he meets a beautiful second-year female student named Chizuru Minamoto Chizuru asks him to meet her alone in the music room When he arrives, she tells him that she is in love with him and accidentally reveals to him that she is in fact a fox spirit Chizuru constantly and openly flirts with Kouta, even in front of others, embarrassing him greatly Soon after the story begins, a wolf spirit named Nozomu Ezomori transfers into Kouta's school and class From day one, she is all over Kouta, serving to embarrass him more and causing Chizuru to become annoyed at her new competition for Kouta's affection

Mediaedit

Light novelsedit

Kanokon began as a series of light novels written by Katsumi Nishino and illustrated by Koin The series started under the title Kanojo wa Kon, to Kawaiku Seki o Shite 彼女はこん、とかわいく咳をして when the first novel was submitted to Media Factory's annual literary contest MF Bunko J Light Novel Rookie of the Year Award held in 2005 The novel placed as a "good piece of work" with two other titles, which was more or less third place2 The first novel was published on October 25, 2005, and the fifteenth volume was published on December 24, 2010 under Media Factory's MF Bunko J label3 The series is currently on an indefinite hiatus, with no word from the authors as to when the series will be resumed The novels were licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment when they debuted their light novel imprint, but has since been dissolved4

No Title Release date ISBN
01 Kanokon かのこん October 25, 20055 ISBN 978-4-8401-1429-5
02 Kanokon 2: Beginnings' Beginnings かのこん2 ~はじまりはじまり~, Kanokon 2: Hajimari Hajimari January 25, 20066 ISBN 978-4-8401-1488-2
03 Kanokon 3: Yukiyama Family Plan かのこん3 ~ゆきやまかぞくけいかく~, Kanokon 3: Yukiyama-zoku Keikaku April 25, 20067 ISBN 978-4-8401-1534-6
04 Kanokon 4: The Maidens' Secret かのこん4 ~オトメたちのヒミツ~, Kanokon 4: Otome-tachi no Himitsu July 25, 20068 ISBN 978-4-8401-1577-3
05 Kanokon 5: Reclaim Your Love! かのこん5 ~アイをとりもどせ!~, Kanokon 5: Ai o Torimotose! October 25, 20069 ISBN 978-4-8401-1727-2
06 Kanokon 6: The Pied Piper of Nagisa かのこん6 ~ナギサのぱいぱいぷー~, Kanokon 6: Nagisa no Paipaipū January 25, 200710 ISBN 978-4-8401-1785-2
07 Kanokon 7: Farewell, Wolf かのこん7 ~さよなら、オオカミ~, Kanokon 7: Sayonara, Ōkami June 25, 200711 ISBN 978-4-8401-1871-2
08 Kanokon 8: A Secret Between Lovers かのこん8 ~コイビトたちのヒミツ~, Kanokon 8: Koibitotatchi no Himitsu November 22, 200712 ISBN 978-4-8401-2086-9
09 Kanokon 9: A New Awakening かのこん9 ~あらたなるめざめ~, Kanokon 9: Aratanaru Mezame February 25, 200813 ISBN 978-4-8401-2144-6
10 Kanokon 10: Beginning of the End かのこん10 ~おわりのはじまり~, Kanokon 10: Owari no Hajimari May 25, 200814 ISBN 978-4-8401-2320-4
11 Kanokon 11: I Will Save My Love! かのこん11 ~アイはぼくらをすくう!~, Kanokon 11: Ai wa Bokura o Sukū! September 25, 200815 ISBN 978-4-8401-2425-6
12 Kanokon 12: Chizuru's Merry-Go-Round! かのこん12 ~ちずるメリーゴーラウンド!~, Kanokon 12: Chizuru Merī Gō Raundo! January 23, 200916 ISBN 978-4-8401-2639-7
13 Kanokon 13: Maiden Triangle かのこん13 ~オトメとらいあんぐる~, Kanokon 13: Otome Toraianguru September 25, 200917 ISBN 978-4-8401-2836-0
14 Kanokon 14: Heart-Pounding☆Love Lesson かのこん14 ~どきどき☆らぶれっすん~, Kanokon 14: Dokidoki☆Raburessun January 25, 201018 ISBN 978-4-8401-3160-5
15 Kanokon 15 ~Kanojo wa Kon to~ かのこん15 ~カノジョはコンと……~ December 24, 201019 ISBN 978-4-8401-3458-3

Mangaedit

A manga adaptation was serialized in Media Factory's seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Alive between the August 2006 and August 2010 issues20 The manga takes its story from the light novels that preceded it, and is illustrated by Rin Yamaki Nine tankōbon volumes were released in Japan between January 31, 2007 and August 23, 20102122 The manga is licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment, who will release the series in four omnibus volumes23

Drama CDsedit

A drama CD based on the series was released on March 28, 2007 by Media Factory The drama's theme song was "Otoko no Ko Desho" オトコのコでしょ by Marina Kuroki Another drama CD was sold on June 25, 200824

Internet radio showedit

An Internet radio show produced by Media Factory called Kanokon Radio: Kouta's and Chizuru's Bouncing Growth Diary かのこんラジオ 〜耕太とちずるのゆやよん成長日記〜, Kanokon Rajio ~Kōta to Chizuru no Yuya Yon Seichō Nikki~ began airing on March 21, 200725 One episode is broadcast every other week on Friday The show is hosted by Mamiko Noto the voice of Kouta in the anime, and Ayako Kawasumi the voice of Chizuru in the anime26 There are four corners, or parts, to each episode The shows starts with a short radio drama, which moves on to general news about the Kanokon anime and series in general Listeners can send in comments about the show up on the air The show's opening theme is "Strategy" by Ui Miyazaki, and the ending theme is "Sweet Time" by Yui Sakakibara

Animeedit

Main article: List of Kanokon episodes

A twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by Xebec aired in Japan between April 5 and June 21, 2008 on AT-X Six DVD volumes were released by Media Factory between June 25 and November 21, 2008,2728 There are also six specials spread out over three DVDs A box set was later released on January 22, 201029 The anime is licensed in North America by Media Blasters under the title Kanokon: The Girl Who Cried Fox,30 and released the first volume on May 25, 201031 Media Blasters later announced that they will not release volumes 2 and 3 of the series,32 and instead released a box set on March 22, 201133

A two-part OVA, entitled Kanokon: Manatsu no Daishanikusai かのこん ~真夏の大謝肉祭~, lit Kanokon: The Great Midsummer Carnival, was announced34 The first episode aired on AT-X on October 4, 2009, and the second on October 11, 2009 Both episodes were released on DVD between November 25 and December 22, 2009 by Media Factory3536 The OVA is licensed in North America by Media Blasters, as with the anime, and released the series on DVD on June 21, 201137

The anime's opening theme is "Phosphor" by Ui Miyazaki, while the ending theme is "Koi no Honō" 恋の炎, "Flame of Love" sung by Yui Sakakibara The opening theme for the OVA is "Sunlight of the Sordino" 木漏れ日のソルディーノ, Komorebi no Sorudino by Yui Sakakibara, and the ending theme is "Lupinus: Winds of Happiness" ルピナス~幸せの風~, Rupinasu ~Shiwaze no Kaze~ by Ui Miyazaki

Visual noveledit

A visual novel developed for the PlayStation 2 entitled Kanokon Esuii かのこん えすいー, Kanokon Esuī was released on July 31, 2008 and developed by 5pb in limited and regular editions38 The limited edition came bundled with an audio CD containing an image song and an original drama39 The song, "Koi no Miracle Summer Vacation" 恋のミラクル☆サマーバケーション, Koi no Mirakuru☆Samā Bakēshon, lit "Miracle Summer Vacation of Love", is sung by Mamiko Noto, Ayako Kawasumi, and Miyū Takeuchi, the voice actresses of Kouta, Chizuru, and Nozomu, respectively The audio drama is entitled "Natsu no Hi no Hajimari" 夏の日のはじまり, lit "The Beginning of a Summery Day" The game is described by the development team as a "noisy romantic-comedy ADV ドタバタラブコメADV, Dotabata Rabucome ADV40 The game's opening theme is "Happy Succession" sung by Ui Miyazaki, and the single containing the song was released on August 27, 200824 The ending theme is "Eien no Koi" 永遠の恋, lit "Eternal Love" by Yui Sakakibara40

Receptionedit

The first DVD of Kanokon was ranked tenth on the Tohan charts between June 26 and July 2, 2008,41 ranked eighth between July 10 and 16, 200842 The third DVD of Kanokon was ranked sixth on the Tohan charts between August 21 and 27, 200843 The fourth DVD of Kanokon was ranked 21st on the Tohan charts between September 23 and 29, 200844 The fifth DVD of Kanokon was ranked 28th on the Tohan charts between October 21 and 28, 200845 The sixth DVD of Kanokon was ranked 14th on the Tohan charts between November 19 and 25, 200846

Referencesedit

  1. ^ "Kanokon Romantic Comedy Light Novels Adapted for Anime" Anime News Network November 18, 2007 Retrieved 2007-01-02 
  2. ^ "2005 MF Bunko J Light Novel Rookie of the Year Award results" in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved 2007-01-02 
  3. ^ "Light novel list at Xebec's Kanokon website" in Japanese Xebec Retrieved 2007-01-02 
  4. ^ "Seven Seas Entertainment Launches Light Novel Imprint" Anime News Network September 13, 2006 Retrieved October 3, 2012 
  5. ^ かのこん in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  6. ^ かのこん2 ~はじまりはじまり~ in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  7. ^ かのこん3 ~ゆきやまかぞくけいかく~ in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  8. ^ かのこん4 ~オトメたちのヒミツ~ in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  9. ^ かのこん5 ~アイをとりもどせ!~ in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  10. ^ かのこん6~ナギサのぱいぱいぷー~ in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  11. ^ かのこん7~さよなら、オオカミ~ in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  12. ^ かのこん 8 ~コイビトたちのヒミツ~ in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  13. ^ かのこん9 in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  14. ^ かのこん 10 in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  15. ^ かのこん 11 ~アイはぼくらをすくう!~ in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  16. ^ かのこん 12 ~ちずるメリーゴーラウンド!~ in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  17. ^ かのこん13 ~オトメとらいあんぐる~ in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  18. ^ かのこん 14 in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  19. ^ かのこん 15  カノジョはコンと…… in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  20. ^ "Manga final volume's release date in Japan" in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved October 5, 2010 
  21. ^ "Manga volume list at Xebec's Kanokon website" in Japanese Xebec Retrieved 2007-01-02 
  22. ^ "Manga volume list at Media Factory's website" in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved October 5, 2010 
  23. ^ "Seven Seas Licenses Kanokon Romantic Comedy Manga" Anime News Network October 3, 2012 Retrieved October 3, 2012 
  24. ^ a b "Goods section of Kanokon Esuii's official website" in Japanese 5pb Retrieved 2008-05-30 
  25. ^ "Radio section at the anime's official website" in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved 2008-04-06 
  26. ^ "Kanokon Internet radio official website" in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved 2008-04-06 
  27. ^ かのこん 第1巻【通常版】 in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  28. ^ かのこん 第6巻【通常版】 in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  29. ^ "かのこんDVD-BOX" in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  30. ^ "Kanokon TV Anime Listed by Media Blasters Update 3" Anime News Network January 15, 2010 Retrieved January 24, 2010 
  31. ^ "Kanokon: The Girl Who Cried Fox DVD 1: Sexy Like a Fox Hyb" Right Stuf Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  32. ^ "Media Blasters Replaces Kanokon 2/3 DVDs with Box Set" Anime News Network January 14, 2010 Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  33. ^ "Kanokon: Girl Who Cried - Complete Series 2008" Amazoncom Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  34. ^ "New Kanokon Anime Reportedly in Planning Stages" Anime News Network June 29, 2009 Retrieved June 29, 2009 
  35. ^ "OVA かのこん ~真夏の大謝肉祭・上~【DVD】" in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  36. ^ "OVA かのこん ~真夏の大謝肉祭・下~【DVD】" in Japanese Media Factory Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  37. ^ "Media Blasters Adds Kanokon Original Video Anime in June" Anime News Network March 8, 2011 Retrieved April 15, 2011 
  38. ^ "Kanokon Esuii PS2 visual novel news" in Japanese ASCII Media Works 2008-05-30 Retrieved 2008-05-30 
  39. ^ "Limited edition visual novel edition information" in Japanese 5pb Retrieved 2008-05-30 
  40. ^ a b "Kanokon Esuii's official website" in Japanese 5pb Retrieved 2008-05-30 
  41. ^ "Japanese Animation DVD Ranking, June 26–July 2" Anime News Network 2008-07-14 Retrieved 2009-10-08 
  42. ^ "Japanese Animation DVD Ranking, July 10–16" Anime News Network 2008-07-21 Retrieved 2009-10-08 
  43. ^ "Japanese Animation DVD Ranking, August 21–27" Anime News Network 2008-08-28 Retrieved 2009-10-08 
  44. ^ "Japanese Animation DVD Ranking, September 24-October 14" Anime News Network 2008-10-16 Retrieved 2009-10-08 
  45. ^ "Japanese Animation DVD Ranking, October 21–28" Anime News Network 2008-10-30 Retrieved 2009-10-08 
  46. ^ "Japanese Animation DVD Ranking, November 19–25" Anime News Network 2008-11-25 Retrieved 2009-10-08 

External linksedit

  • Anime official website Japanese
  • Xebec's Kanokon website Japanese
  • Visual novel official website Japanese
  • Kanokon anime at Media Blasters
  • Kanokon manga at Seven Seas Entertainment
  • Kanokon anime at Anime News Network's encyclopedia

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