List of Clamp works

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This is a list of some of the works done Clamp, an all-female Japanese manga artist group.

Future works[edit]

Originally a simultaneous joint global collaboration with Dark Horse Comics, the mangettes project has been confirmed to be cancelled and there are now no known upcoming Clamp works.[1]

Unfinished/current works[edit]

Name Volumes Released Serialized in
Clover 4 Ran in the now cancelled Amie magazine.
Legal Drug (合法 ドラッグ Gōhō Drug?) 3 Didn't run in a magazine from 2003-2011. Resumed on November 4, 2011 in Young Ace.[2]
X (X Ekkusu?) 19 Not running in any magazine since March 2003. Social problems in Japan prevent Kadokawa from releasing further chapters.
Gate 7 (ゲート セブン Gēto Sebun?) 4 Originally a oneshot, the actual series began serialization in Jump SQ in 2011.[3] The volumes are set to release by Dark Horse Comics in North America, and other companies worldwide, beginning in summer 2011.[1][4]
xxxHolic 19 A new xxxHolic manga titled XXXHOLiC Rei (XXXHOLiC ◆ 戻 < レイ >?, lit. "xxxHolic Return") was announced at The CLAMP Festival 2012 event. It was scheduled to be published in Kodansha's Young Magazine in February 2013, however a month's delay in the magazine's issue release dates changed this to March 2013.[5][6]

Completed works[edit]

From To English Translated Title
(Japanese Title)
Publisher
Serialized in
Volumes
1989 1996 RG Veda (聖伝 Sei-den RG Veda?) Shinshokan
Wings
10
1990 1991 Man of Many Faces (20面相におねがい!! 20 Mensō ni Onegai!!?) Kadokawa Shoten
Newtype
2
1990 1993 Tokyo Babylon (東京BABYLON Tōkyō BABYLON?) Shinshokan
Wings
7
1992 1993 Clamp School Detectives (CLAMP学園探偵団 Clamp Gakuen Tanteidan?) Kadokawa Shoten
Asuka Comics DX
3
1992 1993 Duklyon: Clamp School Defenders (学園特警デュカリオン Gakuen Tokkei Dyukarion?) Kadokawa Shoten
Newtype
2
1992 1992 Shirahime-Syo: Snow Goddess Tales (白姫抄 Shirahime-Shō?) Kadokawa Shoten
Asuka Comics DX
1
1992 1994 Legend of Chun Hyang (新・春香伝 Shin Shunka-den?) Hakusensha
Serie Mystery-Special
1
1993 1995 Magic Knight Rayearth (魔法騎士レイアース Majikku Naito (Mahō Kishi) Reiāsu?) Kodansha
Nakayoshi
6
1993 1995 Miyuki-chan in Wonderland (不思議の国の美幸ちゃん Fushigi no Kuni no Miyuki-chan?) Kadokawa Shoten
Newtype
1
1993 1995 The One I Love (わたしのすきなひと Watashi no Suki na Hito?) Kadokawa Shoten
Young Rose Comics DX
1
1996 2000 Cardcaptor Sakura (カードキャプター さくら Kādokyaputā Sakura?) Kodansha
Nakayoshi
12
1996 1998 Wish Kadokawa Shoten
Asuka Comics DX
4
1999 2001 Angelic Layer (エンジェリック レイヤー Enjerikku Reiyā?) Kadokawa Shoten
Monthly Shōnen Ace
5
1999 2000 Suki (「すき.だからすき」 "Suki; Dakara Suki"?) Kadokawa Shoten
Asuka Comics
3
2001 2002 Chobits (ちょびっツ Chobittsu?) Kodansha
Young Magazine
8
2004 2004 Clamp no Kiseki (CLAMPノキセキ Clamp no Kiseki?) Kodansha 12
2003 2009 Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle (ツバサ−RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE− Tsubasa Rezaboa Kuronikuru?) Kodansha
Weekly Shōnen Magazine
28
2005 2011 Kobato (こばと.?) Shogakukan/Kadokawa Shoten
Monthly Sunday Gene-X (seven chapters)/Newtype (rest of series)
6

Early works[edit]

From To Name Publisher and Series Volumes Released
Cluster (クラスター CLUSTER?) Shinkigensha 7
December 1989[7] December 1989 Derayd (界境天秤の月 Derayd Kaikyōtenbin no Tsuki Derayd?) Shinkigensha 1
Like Stars Army War (破軍星戦記 Hagun Seisenki?) Fusion Product 1

Short works[edit]

These are short works that were only available in monthly magazines; they were never published in tankōbon form.

Name Date Published Featured In
Tenshi no Bodyguard (天使のボディガード Tenshi no Bodīgādo?) 1989 Kobunsha Val Pretty
Shiawase ni Naritai (しあわせ に なりたい Shiawase ni Naritai?) 1990 Fusion Product Genki Tokuhon
Tenku Senki Shurato Original Memory: Dreamer (天空 戦記 シュラト (オリジナル メモリー)「夢魔 (ドリーマー)」 Tenkū Senki Shurato Orijinaru Memorī: Dorīmā?) 1990 Kadokawa Shoten Newtype Comic Genki no Moto
Koi wa Tenka no Mawarimono (恋は天下のまわりもの Koi wa Tenka no Mawarimono?) 1990 Hakusensha Series
Left Hand (左手 Hidarite?) 1994 Shinshokan South Summer
Sohryuden: Legend of the Dragon Kings (水都の四兄弟 創竜伝·外伝 Suito no Yonkyōdai Sōryūden Gaiden?) 1994 Kadokawa Shoten Monthly Mystery DX
Yumegari (夢狩り Yumegari?) 1996 Kadokawa Shoten Monthly Shōsetsu Asuka
Ano Hi o Shiru Mono wa Saiwai Dearu (あの日を知るものは幸いである Ano Hi o Shiru Mono wa Saiwai Dearu?) 2002 Kodansha Young Magazine Zoukan : Sports Sō
Murikuri (むりくり Murikuri?) 2002 Kodansha Young Magazine
Washizu August 8, 2008[8] Monthly Kindai Mahjong Original

Collaborations[edit]

Name Collaborated With Contribution
Blood-C Production I.G Character design and story
Clamp School Paranormal Investigators (Clamp 学園 怪奇現象 研究会 事件 ファイル Clamp Gakuen Kaiki Genshō Kenkyūkai Jiken Fairu?) Tomiyuki Matsumoto Manga illustrations and script
Code Geass: Akito the Exiled (コードギアス 亡国のアキト Kōdo Giasu: Bōkoku no Akito?) Sunrise Character design
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュ Kōdo Giasu: Hangyaku no Rurūshu?) Sunrise Character design, ending illustrations (season two)
Koi ( Koi?) Takeshi Okazaki Manga script
Mouryou no Hako (魍魎の匣 Mōryō no Hako?) Madhouse Production Character design[9]
Night Head George Iida Novel illustrations (2 Volumes)
Oshiroi Chouchou (おしろい蝶々 Oshiroi Chōchō?) Kamon Nanami·Akira Manga illustrations (1 volume)
Rex: A Dinosaur Story (REX 恐竜 物語 Rekkusu: Kyōryū Monogatari?) Hata Masanori Manga illustrations and script (1 Volume)
Sohryuden: Legend of the Dragon Kings (創竜伝 Sōryūden?) Yoshiki Tanaka Novel illustrations (12 volumes)[10]
Shu no Ketsumyaku (呪の血脈 Shu no Ketsumyaku?) Kamon Nanami Novel illustrations (1 volumes)
Sweet Valerian (animated series) (スウィート·ヴァレリアン Suwīto Varerian?) Madhouse Production Character concept and design[11]
Majokan series (魔女館シリーズ Majokan shiriizu?) Yōko Tsukumo Book illustrations
Tekken 6 (鉄拳6?) Bandai Namco Games Jin Kazama's 3P costume design

Clamp has authored other dōjinshi that are not listed above. Having started as a dōjinshi group, most of Clamp's dōjinshi are from their earlier years. A number of Clamp's earlier works are also not listed above.

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