Denpa teki na Kanojo

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Denpa teki na Kanojo
DenpaTekiNaKanojo vol01 Cover.jpg
Cover art for the first volume of Denpa teki na Kanojo
電波的な彼女
Light novel
Written by Kentarō Katayama
Illustrated by Yamato Yamamoto
Published by Shueisha
Demographic Male
Original run September 2004July 2005 [1]
Volumes 3[2]
Original video animation
Directed by Mamoru Kanbe
Written by Hiroyuki Yoshino
Studio Brain's Base
Released 2009
Episodes 2[3] (List of episodes)
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Denpa teki na Kanojo (電波的な彼女?, lit. The Denpa Girl) is a Japanese light novel series by Kentarō Katayama, with illustrations by Yamato Yamamoto. In 2009, a two-episode[citation needed] OVA adaptation was exclusively bundled with the pre-order editions of Kure-nai DVD volumes 3 and 4. Kure-nai is another anime by the same author.[4][5] Under the title Denpa Biyori (電波日和?), the first story in the series won an honorable mention at the Super Dash Novel Rookie of the Year Awards in 2003. The Japanese term denpa originally referred to radio waves, but in slang usage it refers to people who perceive things sane people can't. Three novels were published between 2004 and 2005 with an additional short piece of writing being included with the OVA. As of 2014, the series has yet to be formally concluded.

Plot[edit]

Jū Jūzawa is a delinquent high school boy who just wants to be left alone. One day, he is approached by Ame Ochibana, who claims that she knew him in a previous life, and now wants to serve him as his "knight." At first Jū wants nothing to do with Ame, but after a classmate is murdered, he accepts her help as he looks for the killer.

Anime[edit]

The two OVA episodes are based on the first and third light novel. The second novel does not have an OVA adaptation.

OVA Episode List[edit]

No. Title Original air date
1  
An introduction into the lead characters: delinquent high school student Jū Jūzawa and denpa high school student knight Ame Ochibana. 
2  

References[edit]

  1. ^ See:
  2. ^ "Official Publisher's Site listing novel titles and summaries" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-10-11. 
  3. ^ "Official Publisher's Page for the second DVD" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-10-13. 
  4. ^ "電波的な彼女" (Japanese). Shueisha. Retrieved February 24, 2010.
  5. ^ "MoonPhase's news about the Denpa teki na Kanojo anime" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2007-09-02. 

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