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Chrno Crusade

Chrno Crusade

Alternative Titles

English: Chrno Crusade
Synonyms: Chrno Crusade: Mary Magdalene, Chrono Crusade
Japanese: クロノクルセイド

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 59
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 9, 1998 to May 8, 2004
Authors: Moriyama, Daisuke (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Dragon

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Volumes: /8
Chapters: /59

Synopsis

America in the Roaring 20s. On the surface, it's a positive, peaceful time after the violence of the Great War. But lurking in the shadows is a dark element ready to snatch that peace away. Sister Rosette Christopher, an exorcist working as a part of the Magdala Order, has a duty to fight the demons which appear and cause destruction. But along with her companion Chrno, she usually ends up causing more destruction than the demons themselves! On one particular mission, they meet a young girl with a beautiful voice named Azmaria, who is being targeted by her own stepfather. As Rosette and Chrno work to save her, more is revealed about the relationship between them. There is more to these two than meets the eye.

(Source: ADV)

Background

Chrno Crusade was republished in Japan by Shonen Gahosha in 2010. The new edition featured brand-new book design and artwork, as well as logo changes, correcting the title spelling from "Chrno" to "Chrono," which had initially been a typo.

The series was published by ADV Manga from June 8, 2004 to July 4, 2006. In addition, some of the series chapters were published in its anime and manga magazine Newtype USA.

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Archaeon
Nov 29, 2010
When people think of shounen anime and manga they will undoubtedly think of stories that follow the typical format of never giving up and believing in your friends. Along the way the main characters in these tales may gain various abilities that make them insanely powerful, or gather a bevy of beauties, all of whom have some illogical desire to be with the main character.

There are, however, a few that attempt to do something a little different. The first anime adaptation of Full Metal Alchemist, for example, took a much darker turn than one might normally expect in a shounen tale. Likewise Akira followed its read more
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AironicallyHuman
Oct 1, 2008
The first time I encountered Chrono Crusade (I called it 'Chrno' Crusade for many years!) was when the anime was still being fansubbed. It was random; I saw it was being subbed by a group that was subbing something else I was watching at the time and I decided to give it a go. I ended up following it weekly until the depressing (yet satisfying) conclusion, later going on to buy the lovely R1 slimpack box set. While I didn't give the anime top marks due to the rushed Gonzo 'original story' second half of the anime, I do think of it as a read more
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Nara-Sama
Nov 2, 2011
I have a lot I want to say about Daisuke Moriyama's Manga Chrono Crusade. One of which is that it is one of the BEST Mangas I've read to date. I'll also go as far to say that its much better than its Anime counter part.

I'm getting ahead of myself here so I go back to how I was first introduced to Chrono Crusade. A good friend of mine told me about this series and said it was one of his favorites, so I was interest but I watched the Anime first. The Anime for Chrono Crusade was pretty read more
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the_terrible
Feb 15, 2009
This is mainly a review of Volume 8.

After Volume 7 ended on one hell of a cliffhanger, I knew it was going to be difficult to wait until I had a chance to read the final volume, so I picked the very first opportunity I had. In an earlier review I listed Volume 6 as the best of all the series so far, and now I can say Volume 8 ranks right up there with it.

It would be kind of pointless to go over the story at this point; if you don't know what Chrno Crusade is all about, you need to go back and read more
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