My Dear Marie
|My Dear Marie|
(Boku no Marī)
|Genre||Drama, Romance, Science fiction|
|Written by||Sakura Takeuchi|
|Magazine||Weekly Young Jump|
|Original run||1994 – 1997|
|Original video animation|
|Directed by||Tomomi Mochizuki|
|Written by||Gō Sakamoto|
|Music by||Hisaaki Hogari|
|Licensed by|| Madman Entertainment
|Released||March 6, 1996|
|Runtime||30 minutes per episode|
My Dear Marie (ぼくのマリー Boku no Marī ) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Sakura Takeuchi. It was serialized in the Shueisha magazine Weekly Young Jump from 1994 to 1997. In 1996, Studio Pierrot adapted the manga into a three-episode original video animation (OVA) anime series.
When the anime was originally released in English language, the English dubbed version was titled separately as Metal Angel Marie, but this name was discontinued for later releases.
My Dear Marie was originally published as part of Weekly Young Jump, but later had at least 10 manga books dedicated to it.
The English-language versions were released by ADV Films. Only three episodes of the anime were ever made.
- The Birth of Marie
- The Appearance of Hibiki Kennou
- Dreaming Android - this episode is a reference to the Philip K. Dick novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
- Manga Max Magazine, Issue 14, January 2000
- Official ADV Films release
- Boku no Marie
- My Dear Marie (anime) at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia
- My Dear Marie (manga) at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia
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