Oira Sukeban

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Oira Sukeban
Oira Sukeban 7 (1976).jpg
Cover of Oira Sukeban #7 (1976) published by Shogakukan.
おいら女蛮
GenreComedy[1]
Manga
Written byGo Nagai
Published byShogakukan
DemographicShōnen
MagazineWeekly Shōnen Sunday
Original runAugust 4, 1974January 25, 1976
Volumes7
Live-action film
Oira Sukeban: Kessen! Pansutō
Directed byTeruyoshi Ishii
Produced byTsuburaya Eizō
Written byMasaki Tsuji
Music byYoshihiro Kunimoto
Go Nagai (song lyrics)
StudioTaki Corporation
ReleasedJuly 24, 1992
Runtime72 minutes
Original video animation
Directed byYūsaku Saotome
Written byGo Nagai
StudioStudio Signal Club
Licensed by
ReleasedAugust 21, 1992
Runtime43 minutes
Live-action film
Directed byNoboru Iguchi
Produced byYukihiko Yamaguchi
Masaki Takemura
Hiroyuki Yamada
Written byNoboru Iguchi
Music byMasako Ishii
StudioKing Records
Licensed by
ReleasedFebruary 4, 2006
Runtime62 minutes
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Oira Sukeban (Japanese: おいら女蛮), sometimes called Sukeban Boy, is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Go Nagai, serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday from 1974 to 1976.[2] It is a comedy with several erotic touches, where the protagonist Banji Suke (or Sukeban) has to disguise himself as a girl in order to be able to attend an all-female school. As Suke Ban is a rebellious boy, this situation creates several comedic troubles.

The manga was adapted to an OVA in 1992,[citation needed] and was released by ADV Films in the US under the name Delinquent in Drag.[1]

It has also spawned two live-action movies, Oira Sukeban: Kessen! Pansutō (おいら女蛮 決戦!パンス党) in 1992 starring actor Shinji Takeda, and Oira Sukeban (called mostly Sukeban Boy) in 2006 starring AV idol Asami (亜紗美).

Staff of Oira Sukeban: Kessen! Pansutō (1992)[edit]

Staff of Oira Sukeban (Sukeban Boy) (2006)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Tezuka's Dororo, Nagai's Sukeban Boy Films on U.S. DVD". Anime News Network. June 17, 2008. Retrieved January 8, 2015.
  2. ^ "週刊少年サンデー イナズマン(石森章太郎)" (in Japanese). Agency for Cultural Affairs. Retrieved March 14, 2019.

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