Sci-Fi Harry

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Sci-Fi Harry.jpg
Manga cover (vol.1)
Genre Drama, horror
Written by George Iida
Illustrated by Asami Tohjoh
Published by Takeshobo
Original run July 1995November 1995
Volumes 2
Anime television series
Directed by Katsuyuki Kodera
Produced by Kazushi Nomura
Written by Takeo Tsutsui
Music by Yoshihiro Ike
Studio Studio A.P.P.P
Original network TV Asahi
Original run October 5, 2000March 23, 2001
Episodes 20 (List of episodes)
Written by George Iida
Illustrated by Asami Tohjoh
Published by Kadokawa
Original run 2000 – present
Volumes 2
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Sci-Fi HARRY (サイファイハリー, Sai fai harī) is a 1995 manga series by George Iida and Asami Tohjoh which was adapted into an anime series broadcast in Japan in 2000. It was a joint production of TV Asahi Corporation and Nagoya Broadcasting Network. It is a dark psychological horror series that was produced for nighttime broadcast slot.


Harry McQuinn is a school loser until he discovers he has psychic powers. However, whenever Harry uses his powers, someone in the area near him is killed.


  1. "Jellyfish"
  2. "Omen"
  3. "Force"
  4. "Isolation"
  5. "Escape"
  6. "Contact"
  7. "Affinity"
  8. "Heat"
  9. "Recover"
  10. "Day Dream"
  11. "Assassin"
  12. "Vortex"
  13. "Inquisition"
  14. "Greed"
  15. "Trap"
  16. "Suspicion"
  17. "Decoy"
  18. "Experiment"
  19. "Chaos"
  20. "Cosmos"

Theme Songs[edit]

  • Opening: "Mysterious" by Janne da Arc
  • Ending: "Ai wo Shiru ni wa Hayasugita no ka" by LUCA

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