Tenkuu no Escaflowne
Vision of Escaflowne
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Tenkuu no Escaflowne

Alternative Titles

Japanese: 天空のエスカフローネ
English: Vision of Escaflowne
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 34
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 1994 to Jan 1998
Genres: Action Action, Drama Drama, Fantasy Fantasy, Romance Romance
Themes: Isekai Isekai, Mecha Mecha
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: Shounen Ace
Authors: Katsu, Aki (Story & Art)

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Score: 6.201 (scored by 858858 users)
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Ranked: #151562
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Popularity: #6809
Members: 2,210
Favorites: 18

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Synopsis

When high school girl Hoshino Hitomi dabbles with tarot cards she suddenly finds herself on a strange world called Gaea. With her new found friend, Van Fanel, the young prince of the devastated kingdom of Fanelia, Hitomi becomes involved in the battle against the Zaibach forces, an evil empire bent on conquering the planet.

(Source: Tokyopop)

Background

Tenkuu no Escaflowne was published in English as Vision of Escaflowne by Tokyopop from July 8, 2003 to September 14, 2004.

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Mar 27, 2008
Mixed Feelings
For those of you expecting a manga version of the anime series, I'd suggest you throw that idea out right now. Other than a shared setting and some similar elements (the Escaflowne, the main character's names), this is an entirely different story.

While the TV series of Escaflowne combined both shonen and shojo elements, this manga is decidedly shonen. The mecha are bigger (Escaflowne itself is about 10 stories tall), female fanservice is everywhere (Hitomi ends up naked no less than three times in the first volume alone) and the story and protagonists are more like the characters in InuYasha than the TV series, and ...
Jun 26, 2013
Before I say anything, let me make it clear that this manga series started about two years before the anime came out. The last volume has comments/interviews from both Katsu Aki and the creators, Hajime Yatate and Shoji Kawamori of Studio Nue, which of course proves the creators were involved with this, and talked to Katsu often. It is also confirmed from the beginning of each volume that the manga is based off of the original concept of Escaflowne, which is why it is vastly different from the anime series. So yes, this is a different Escaflowne, and you are prompted to leave the anime's ...

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