GOOD WITCH O/T WEST VOL 06 GN

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May 7, 2008

Title: The Good Witch of the West Volume 6 Author: Noriko Ogiwara Art By: Haruhiko Momokawa ISBN: 978-1-4278-0889-9 Price: $9.99 Price (Canada): $10.99 Format: Manga, 192 pgs. Volume: 6 of 6 Dimensions: 5' x 7.4375' Genre Icon: Fantasy Genre: Drama Rating: T (Teen Age 13+) Product Synopsis: Firiel and Rune...
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Title: The Good Witch of the West Volume 6 Author: Noriko Ogiwara Art By: Haruhiko Momokawa ISBN: 978-1-4278-0889-9 Price: $9.99 Price (Canada): $10.99 Format: Manga, 192 pgs. Volume: 6 of 6 Dimensions: 5' x 7.4375' Genre Icon: Fantasy Genre: Drama Rating: T (Teen Age 13+) Product Synopsis: Firiel and Rune journey to the Wall, the large obstruction in the South that keeps dinosaurs from passing into civilization and bends the light of the stars. But while there, Firiel accidentely manages to pass through the wall and is knocked out. While in the Wall, Firiel sees Brigion soldiers, and reasons that they're about to invade. Firiel goes to Hieraglion to stir up the Queen and court, chastising them for their inaction. Meanwhile, Rune goes to Eusis, and the two enlist in a makeshift army. Sell Sheet Keynote: A shojo Cinderella story that inspired the recently released anime in Japan Key Selling Points: YALSA nominee for 2008 Great Graphic Novels for Teens Volume 1 promoted through TOKYOPOP.com with a manga preview and through TP's October newsblast-generating 500,000 impressions. A true Cinderella story mixed with girl-empowerment, in which heritage and destiny converge to change a young girl's life The anime created by Hal Film Maker based on this property released in Japan in 2006 Appeals to fans of Sailor Moon and Sokora Refugees Blurbs: 'Ogiwara crafts this intricate fantasy with a complex, believable cast of characters. Momokawa's artwork is perfectly suited for the story; whimsical and delicate, with softly flowing lines. This rich and vivid fairy tale will entice children of all ages with its familiar but well-told tale.' -Publishers Weekly