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Mikan no Tsuki

Mikan no Tsuki

Alternative Titles

English: Crescent Moon
Synonyms: An Incomplete Moon
Japanese: 未完の月

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 25
Status: Finished
Published: 1999 to 2001
Authors: Iida, Haruko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Asuka (Monthly)

Statistics

Score: 7.351 (scored by 1161 users)
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Ranked: #48562
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Popularity: #2658
Members: 2,510
Favorites: 70
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Volumes: /6
Chapters: /25

Synopsis

After Mahiru has a haunting recurring dream, she meets the Lunar Race, which consists of the vampire Nozomu, the werewolf Akira, the fox Misoka, and the tengu Mitsuru. They need her help to recover the "Drops of the Moon," the recently-pilfered source of their power.

As the battles to recover the Drops rage on, Mahiru tries to open up the dark, human-hating tengu Mitsuru, and form a bridge between humans and the Lunar Race.

(Source: Tokyopop)

Background

Mikan no Tsuki was published in English as Crescent Moon by Tokyopop from May 4, 2004 to June 3, 2005.

Characters

Suou, Mitsuru
Suou, Mitsuru
Main
Shiraishi, Mahiru
Shiraishi, Mahiru
Main
Yamabuki, Akira
Yamabuki, Akira
Main
Moegi, Nozomu
Moegi, Nozomu
Main
Asagi, Misoka
Asagi, Misoka
Supporting
Shirogane
Shirogane
Supporting


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maybelletea
May 26, 2008
I’m wondering why I haven’t written any reviews for this, seeing as it currently lacks any. Crescent Moon is undoubtedly one of my favorite manga, and to tell you the truth, when I first picked it up and read the first volume, it confused me and didn’t like it at all.

Starting out with the story: Mahiru is a young teenage girl who, after suffering reoccurring dreams, she comes across the Lunar Race, a collection of not-so-seemingly mythical creatures who claim that she is the descendant of the princess, and these bandits need her help in recovering the teardrops of the moon, their lost source read more
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Shunhades
Apr 4, 2009
I think this manga is severly under looked. It's not one of the most popular mangas out there, but it's actually very good.

The story just captured my eyes as I read it. And the story within the story just made me feel sad, yet at the same time I couldn't turn my eyes away from it.

There are funny moments, but also serious moments within the story. I think anyone who reads this could say this is something that was good to read atleast once.
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angelsreview
Nov 14, 2013
The storyline is actually rather good though can get confusing at times. It just sometimes doesn’t fit all together until the end so some may find themselves getting lost. I’m still not fully sold on how the manga ends but it does make a little more sense then it first lets on. We start out with a girl who is unlucky, throw in a boy who isn’t human who wants to kill her instead of be her friend, and a whole race that looks for her help. That’s a lot for even an ordinary girl but for an unlucky one, I’m pretty sure that she read more
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Paraturtle
Jul 28, 2016
Story:
As you'll find during this review, virtually everything about Crescent Moon is pretty moot. It's only slightly above average in all respects, but that makes it for a read that isn't all that bad, nor all that good.

The story doesn't bother to get into incredible detail beyond what it tells you in the simplest of terms, and characters embrace soliloquies left and right. Someone always has something to say even at times that aren't the best time to say it, and other times the things they say or share are completely bogus or required specifically for the story to advance. Certain things happen merely because read more
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