Time Stranger Kyoko
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Time Stranger Kyoko

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English: Time Stranger Kyoko
Synonyms: Jikuu Ihoujin Kyoko
Japanese: 時空異邦人KYOKO


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 13
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 3, 2000 to Aug 3, 2001
Genres: AdventureAdventure, FantasyFantasy, RomanceRomance, ShoujoShoujo
Authors: Tanemura, Arina (Story & Art)
Serialization: Ribon Magazine


Score: 7.211 (scored by 44644,464 users)
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Ranked: #50452
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Popularity: #1626
Members: 8,374
Favorites: 88
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From the creator of Full Moon wo Sagashite comes a story set in the 30th century, when the whole world is ruled under one kingdom named Earth. Princess Kyouko is about to turn 16 years old, and a large celebration will be held throughout the country. Unknown to the people, the princess has secretly been living among them as Kyouko Suomi, a headstrong and selfish junior high student. Kyouko has never appeared at any of the kingdom's past ceremonies, and doesn't plan to attend this ceremony either, for doing so will end her youthful school life.

However, her father, the king of Earth, offers her another option—Kyouko must find the 12 telepaths who can use the God Stones in order to wake up her twin sister, Princess Ui, who has been asleep since her birth. If Kyouko succeeds, the king will allow her to live however she likes, and will pass on her duties to her sister. Accepting this offer, Kyouko is given the first of the God Stones, the Time-Space Stone, and will need to find the remaining God Stones and their users, with the help of her two bodyguards Sakataki and Hizuki Jin.

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Time Stranger Kyoko was published in English by VIZ Media under the Shojo Beat imprint from July 1, 2008 to January 6, 2009.

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Feb 5, 2009
Mijoo-Chan (All reviews)
it's not the best she's written. it started out good and than suddenly it just ended. it's not very detailed about the other characters.
Apr 1, 2015
ShojoManiac (All reviews)
Alright, here’s the issue with Time Stranger Kyoko: it’s too short. It’s simple really, but this “it’s too short” issue brings up more issues.

First, let me bring your attention to the cover used on MAL. You see that beautiful, colorful image that features those 12 characters? Yeah? Well, guess what? You won’t know shite about them at all except for the three in the center—Kyoko and her two knights—and even then, barely. You want to know the background about that elf girl? Too bad, you won’t. You see that Jeanne lookalike? There’s no story to her, sorry. And yeah, all those hot guys there? You’ll read more
Jun 16, 2012
ClockLock (All reviews)
Story - 7
It started out good, but then it was kinda...rushed. Manga would have been better if there were more chapters.

Art - 6
I didn`t really like the eyes, they were just too huge for me. Characters` faces are too much like each other. But other than that, the art is beautiful.

Character - 5
Characters aren`t developed much, and there was almost nothing about strangers like Yami, Toba, Rin...

Enjoyment - 7
The monologues were just great. It was touching and cute, so I enjoyed it.

Overall: 6
Manga`s nice, but it could have been WAY better than that.
Jun 22, 2012
Xai16 (All reviews)
It was too predictable, I could always tell who would make a couple, what the next problem was going to be, etc. It was just so cliche and as a love-comedy, it wasn't even remotely funny. The characters were so bland, some even annoying, and I curse my curiosity for making me read it to the end.

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