Manmaru The Ninja Penguin

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Manmaru The Ninja Penguin
Ninpen Manmaru.jpg
Cover of the first volume of Ninpen Manmaru
忍ペンまん丸
GenreComedy
Manga
Written byMikio Igarashi
Published byEnix
DemographicShōnen
MagazineMonthly Shōnen Gangan
Original runApril 1995April 1999
Volumes11
Anime television series
Directed byTetsuo Yasumi
StudioShin-Ei Animation
Original networkTV Asahi
Original run July 5, 1997 March 28, 1998
Episodes48
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Ninpen Manmaru (忍ペンまん丸) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Mikio Igarashi. It was serialized in the Enix magazine Monthly Shōnen Gangan from 1995 to 1999. A 48-episode anime adaptation was produced by Shin-Ei Animation, directed by Tetsuo Yasumi, and broadcast on TV Asahi between July 5, 1997 and March 28, 1998.[1]

The official English name is Manmaru The Ninja Penguin[2].

Characters[edit]

Anime[edit]

The anime uses two pieces of theme music. "What surprised me" (ボクってまんまる, Bokutte Manmaru) by Yumi Adachi is the series' opening theme while "Kagayakeru Hoshi" (輝ける星, lit. "Stars Shining") by Miho Komatsu is the series' ending theme.

Staff[edit]

  • Written by: Miki Igarashi Us
  • Chief animation director: Sueyoshi Yuuitirou
  • Art Director: Nakamura Takashi
  • Director of Photography: Itou Syuuiti
  • Editing: Okayasu Tadashi
  • Recording Director: Good Kobayashi Takashi
  • Music: Ootani Akihiro, Norio Ido
  • Producer: Kazi Makoto (TV Asahi), Tetsuya Watanabe (Dentsu), Katou Yoshio (SHIN-EI)
  • Director: Yasumi Tetsuo
  • Screenplay: Clear Yamazaki Department, Yasumi Tetsuo, Taeko Okina, Yonemura Shiyouzi, Houzyou Tika, Masaaki Sakurai, Takumi Kusube
  • Animation: String Dream House, Dream Tai Company
  • Original: Last House, the same Yangurujimu
  • Videos: Yangurujimu same
  • Check Video: Hara Yoshi, ORENGE, Kurokawa Shiyouiti
  • Color Design: Sanae Matsutani
  • Special Effects: Doi Mitiaki, Yamamoto Hiroshi, Hara Makiko, Hashizume Satoshi two, Doi Atsushi, Sachiko Harada, Sachie relationship
  • Title: Akira Michikawa
  • Squirrel Mask: Maki Productions
  • Coloring: Imaizumi Hiromi, Yoko Miyamoto, Maruta Noriko, Anzai Naomi, Matsuo Megumi
  • Finish: Lightfoot, Killy Studio, Studio M Trace
  • Production Cooperation: Vega Entertainment
  • Background: Uni Studios
  • Photography: Asahi Production
  • Digital Effects: Hirotaka Humi youngest student Kazumi Akira
  • Editing: Okayasu Tadashi, T. Kojima, Murai Hideaki, Kei Takashi Miyake, Yumiko middle, Hiroshi Kawasaki Akira
  • Developing: Toukyou processing station
  • Effect: Yokoyama Masakazu
  • Recording Studio: APU Studio
  • Voicing: Tanaka Yoshiaki
  • Assistant voicing: Yamamoto Takuo
  • Sound Production: Audio Planning You
  • Sound Production Desk: Hana good food plant
  • Assistant Producer: Itikawa Yoshihiko (SHIN-EI)
  • Literature: Takumi Kusube
  • Production Desk: Kashihara Kenzi
  • Production Progress: Mabuti Yoshikiti, H. Ishida, Huruhata Shiniti, Naoki attached, Yamamoto Haruko, a Takeshi Mita, S. Uchida, Takei Takeshi
  • PR: Kaori Suzuki (Asahi)
  • Production Cooperation: Dentsuu
  • Production: TV Asahi, SHIN-EI

Video Game[edit]

In 1997 a 3D action game based on Ninpen Manmaru was released for the Sega Saturn, developed by TamTam and published by Enix Corporation.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ つるピカハゲ丸くん (1988). allcinema (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved September 29, 2014.
  2. ^ https://www.tv-asahicontents.com/en/program/manmarutheninjapenguin
  3. ^ "Ninpen Manmaru". Sega Retro. Retrieved 2019-08-11.

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