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Yume no Shiro: Mahou Tsukai Series

Yume no Shiro: Mahou Tsukai Series

Alternative Titles

English: Castle of Dreams: Stories from the Kare Kano Creator
Synonyms: Castle of Dreams, Mori no Naka, Inside the Forest, I'm a Mermaid, Watashi wa Ningyo
Japanese: 夢の城 -魔法使いシリーズ-

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 3
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 10, 1995 to Sep 24, 1998
Authors: Tsuda, Masami (Story & Art)
Serialization: LaLa

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Score: 7.161 (scored by 281 users)
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Ranked: #72372
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Popularity: #11020
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Synopsis

Yume no Shiro is a one volume work by Masami Tsuda and consists of 3 short stories. Masami Tsuda is famous for Kareshi Kanojo no Jijou. These stories were drawn while KareKano was still running. It's all about love couples. Also, there is a thread running through all three stories. That's a magician who helps the people. Who are the people he helps?

1. Mori no Naka (Inside the Forest)
2. Watashi wa Ningyo (I'm a Mermaid)
3. Yume no Shiro (The Castle of Dreams)

(Source: MU)

Background

Yume no Shiro: Mahou Tsukai Series was published in English as Castle of Dreams: Stories from the Kare Kano Creator by Tokyopop on January 13, 2009.

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Aug 25, 2017
lavenderturd (All reviews)
I loved this manga one-off so much. I'm pretty nostalgic for remembering this manga for sure, I've read and reread it over and over because the stories were so well told and classical in the writing. Obvious influences from classical tales were infused with the writers own style with is so good.

I loved this manga one-off so much. I'm pretty nostalgic for remembering this manga for sure, I've read and reread it over and over because the stories were so well told and classical in the writing. Obvious influences from classical tales were infused with read more

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