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Alien 9: Emulators

Alien 9: Emulators

Alternative Titles

English: Alien Nine: Emulators
Japanese: エイリアン9 -エミュレイターズ-

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 7
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 19, 2002 to Dec 19, 2002
Authors: Tomizawa, Hitoshi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Champion RED

Statistics

Score: 6.681 (scored by 515 users)
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Ranked: #114442
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Popularity: #5830
Members: 1,092
Favorites: 4
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Chapters: /7

Synopsis

The girls have finally graduated 6th grade and are now in junior high... but are they really prepared for the challenges that await them? There's a new girl in town and she seems to be hosting an entirely different kind of alien... is she a new ally, or will she be the earth's latest threat?

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Background

Alien 9: Emulators was published in English as Alien Nine: Emulators by Central Park Media on February 4, 2004.

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Iwanami, Hiroshi
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purplwig
Sep 18, 2013
Need more of the cute, odd, and overall strange world of Alien Nine? Then Alien Nine Emulators is for you! If you liked the original manga and want to see the story progress even further, then you need to pick this up.

The story's just as weird, confusing, and quirky as it was before and the art style is still perfectly moe in the most ironic way possible. As a plus, we even get to see one of the main reasons Kumi hates being class president! Now put on your Borg and roller skates, and don't forget your lacrosse net, because you still have read more
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Piegoose
Jun 23, 2016
This is an enjoyable and worth-while additional read for those who liked Alien Nine, but I still can't help but want to separate the two when I think of them. Alien Nine is a wacky story overall, but it feels as if it has a lot of underlying themes going for it. The original manga built up to a theme which I felt strongly to be coming-of-age and getting over one's selfishness to accept a partner in a relationship. The original manga builds this feeling to a good climax and finale, but this addition doesn't feel like an extension to that building plot from the read more
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