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Fushigi Yugi


[size=16]Fushigi Yugi[/size]


[quote]Genres: adventure, drama, fantasy, romance
Themes: Another world, bishounen, gods, male harem, other world, priestesses
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: Miaka Yūki, an average middle school student caught up in studying for exams, is sucked into an ancient Chinese novel titled “The Universe of Four Gods”. There she discovers that she is in an ancient country in what is now China, Konan, and is to be the Priestess of one of the four gods, Suzaku. As the priestess, her duty is to gather the Seven Seishi of Suzaku, who are to be her protectors. Once they are gathered, the priestess will summon the god Suzaku and bring peace between the warring lands, Konan and Kutou. But it’s harder than it seems. Along the road, many hardships are faced, as Miaka’s best friend Yui Hongo enters the book and becomes her rival, the priestess of Seiryuu in the land of Kutou. Who summons their god first is up to the courage and skill of the priestesses and their seishi, as they meet triumphs and tragedies along the way.
Number of episodes: 52
Vintage: 1995-04-06 to 1996-03-28[/quote]
ANN Info Page

Fushigi Yugi (OAV) Vintage: 1996-10-25
Fushigi Yugi (OAV 2) Vintage: 1997-05-25 to 1998-08-25
Fushigi Yugi Eikoden (OAV) Vintage: 2001-12-21


In-case anyone was wondering Media Blasters rescued this. I may get it depending on video quality as my 8 singles and two OVA releases from Geneon/Pioneer take up some space on my shelf.

Also like to add one of my favorite Anime opening themes.


Oh… oh my…


I loved this series! A definite buy from me.


You know I agree with someone I read complaining about Media Blasters licensing and releasing stuff quick while Zetsubou is floundering around forever, but I am glad to see this rescued, especially since Media Blasters is good about getting stuff online so I can give it a shot first.


We’re not dead yet - Signed Media Blasters

February 17, 2016 10:28pm CST
Subbed and dubbed versions of Fushigi Yugi TV series, Fushigi Yugi OVA, Fushigi Yugi: Eikoden included

August 14, 2016 7:55pm CDT
20 years ago this summer, the first Fushigi Yugi manga ended. The TV anime ended that in March of that year