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To Love-Ru

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To Love-Ru

Cover of the first manga volume.

To LOVE -(To LOVEru -Toraburu-)

Genre

Harem comedy, Sci-fi

Manga

Written by

Saki Hasemi

Illustrated by

Kentaro Yabuki

Published by

Shueisha

Demographic

Shnen

Magazine

Weekly Shnen Jump

Original run

April 24, 2006 August 31, 2009

Volumes

18 (List of volumes)

Anime television series

Directed by

Takao Kato

Studio

Xebec

Licensed by

NA

Sentai Filmworks

Network

TBS, MBS, CBC, BS-i, AT-X

English network

US

Anime Network

Original run

April 3, 2008 September 25, 2008

Episodes

26 (List of episodes)

Game

To Love-Ru -Trouble- Waku Waku! Rinkangakk-hen

Developer

Marvelous Interactive

Publisher

Marvelous Interactive

Genre

2D and 3D visual novel & mini games

Rating

CERO: Ages 12 and over (B)

Platform

Nintendo DS

Released

August 28, 2008

Game

To Love-Ru -Trouble- Doki Doki! Rinkaigakk-hen

Developer

Marvelous Interactive

Publisher

Marvelous Interactive

Genre

2D visual novel

Rating

CERO: Ages 12 and over (B)

Platform

PlayStation Portable

Released

October 2, 2008

Original video animation

Directed by

Takao Kato

Studio

Xebec

Released

April 3, 2009 April 2, 2010

Runtime

25 minutes each

Episodes

6 (List of episodes)

Anime television series

Motto To Love-Ru

Directed by

Atsushi Ootsuki

Studio

Xebec

Licensed by

NA

Sentai Filmworks

Network

Tokyo MX TV, Chiba TV, Sun TV, TV Aichi

English network

US

Anime Network

Original run

October 6, 2010 December 21, 2010

Episodes

12 (List of episodes)

Manga

To Love-Ru Darkness

Written by

Saki Hasemi

Illustrated by

Kentaro Yabuki

Published by

Shueisha

Demographic

Shnen

Magazine

Jump Square

Original run

October 4, 2010 ongoing

Volumes

6 (List of volumes)

Original video animation

To Love-Ru Darkness

Directed by

Atsushi Ootsuki

Studio

Xebec

Released

August 17, 2012 December 2, 2012

Runtime

25 minutes each

Episodes

2 (List of episodes)

Anime television series

To Love-Ru Darkness

Directed by

Atsushi Ootsuki

Studio

Xebec

Licensed by

NA

Sentai Filmworks

Network

Tokyo MX

Original run

October 6, 2012 December 27, 2012

Episodes

12 (List of episodes)

Anime and Manga Portal

To Love-Ru ( Toraburu?) is a Japanese manga series written by Saki Hasemi, and illustrated by Kentaro Yabuki, creator of Black Cat. The manga was serialized in Shueisha's manga magazine Weekly Shnen Jump between April 24, 2006 and August 31, 2009; 18 tankbon volumes have been published in Japan. A drama CD was released in February 2008 with an original story. A 26-episode anime series adaptation by Xebec aired in Japan between April and September 2008. Six original video animation episodes were produced by Xebec between April 2009 and April 2010. A 12episode second season by Xebec titled Motto To-Love Ru aired between October and December 2010. A video game was released on the Nintendo DS in August 2008, and another game for the PlayStation Portable was released in October 2008. A continuation of the manga called To Love-Ru Darkness began serialization in Shueisha's Jump Square magazine on October 4, 2010. An anime TV series adaptation for To-Love Ru Darkness produced by Xebec began airing in October 2012. The title, (Toraburu?), is the English gairaigo(loan word) "trouble" and "rabu" (?) is the English loan word "love". The title is a pun on the words "love trouble", which describes the harem aspect of the series.
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1 Plot 2 Media

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2.1 Manga 2.2 Drama CD 2.3 Anime 2.4 Video games

3 Reception 4 References 5 External links

[edit]Plot

See also: List of To Love-Ru characters The story of To Love-Ru revolves around Rito Yki, a high-school student who cannot confess to the girl of his dreams, Haruna Sairenji. One day when coming home and sulking in the bathtub, a mysterious, nude girl appears out of nowhere. Her name is Lala and she comes from the planet Deviluke, where she is the heir to the throne. Her father wants her to return to her home planet so she can marry one of the husband candidates. But she decides that she wants to marry Rito in order to stay on Earth. Commander Zastin has been ordered to bring Lala back and has already battled Rito. He reports to the emperor that Rito would be suited to marry Lala, after hearing Rito, who was actually defending himself instead of Lala, say that marriage is impossible unless it is with the person you love. Lala truly falls in love with Rito and decides that she wants to marry Rito after hearing what he said. Her father decides that, if Rito is able to protect Lala from her fiancs, then he can marry her. However, if Rito cannot protect Lala from her other fiancs and meet the king's expectations, Lala's father will kill Rito and destroy the Earth.
[edit]Media [edit]Manga

See also: List of To Love-Ru chapters To Love-Ru began as a manga series written by Saki Hasemi with illustrations by Kentaro Yabuki. The manga was serialized in Shueisha's manga magazine Weekly Shnen Jump between April 24, 2006 and August 31, 2009. Eighteen tankbon volumes were released by Shueisha in Japan between November 11, 2006 and April 2, 2010.[1] A sequel named To Love-Ru Darkness (ToLOVE-- ToLOVEru Dkunesu-?) began serialization on October 4, 2010 in Jump Square.[2] The first volume for Darkness was released on March 4, 2011, and four volumes have been published as of March 2, 2012.
[edit]Drama

CD

A drama CD for To Love-Ru was released on February 29, 2008 with an original story, featuring the voice cast used in the anime, along with character songs.
[edit]Anime

See also: List of To Love-Ru episodes An anime series adaptation produced by Xebec and directed by Takao Kato aired in Japan between April 3 and September 25, 2008, and contains twenty-six episodes. The anime

uses characters and general themes from the original manga, it captures various chapters and events from the manga in no specific order. The anime's opening theme is "Forever We Can Make It!" by Thyme, the first ending theme for episodes one through thirteen is "Lucky Tune" ( Rakk Chn?) by Anna, and the second ending theme is "Kiss no Yukue" (kiss ?), also by Anna. The anime is licensed in North America by Sentai Filmworks and distributed by Section23 Films. The complete collection part one containing the first half-season was released on December 15, 2009. Following the release of part two on February 16, 2010, the series began playing on the Anime Network in March 2010.[3] Three original video animation (OVA) episodes produced by Xebec and directed by Takao Kato were shipped starting on April 3, 2009 with pre-ordered copies of the manga's 13th, 14th and 15th volumes.[4] An additional three OVA episodes were released with the bundled version of the 16th, 17th and 18th volumes.[5] The opening theme for the OVAs is "Yatte Koi Daisuki" and the ending theme is "Apple panic"; both songs are by Haruka Tomatsuand Sayuri Yahagi. A second season titled Motto To Love-Ru[6] produced by Xebec and directed by Atsushi Ootsuki aired 12 episodes between October 6 and December 21, 2010. The opening theme for the second season is "Loop-the-Loop" by Kotoko and the ending theme is "Baby Baby Love" by Haruka Tomatsu. Sentai Filmworks have also licensed the second season and will release the complete series set in spring 2012. [7] An anime TV series adaptation of To Love-Ru Darkness has been produced by Xebec and directed by Atsushi Ootsuki,[8] and an OVA episode produced by Xebec was released with the manga's fifth volume on one DVD on August 17, 2012.[9] The opening theme for To Love-Ru Darkness is "Rakuen Project" (PROJECT?) by Ray and the ending theme is "Foul Play ni Kurari" (?) by Kanon Wakeshima.
[edit]Video

games

Two To Love-Ru video games have been released.[10] The first is a 2D and 3D visual novel on the Nintendo DS entitled To Love-Ru: Exciting Outdoor School Version (To LOVE -- ! To Love-Ru -Trouble- Waku Waku! Rinkangakkhen?) which was released on August 28, 2008.[10] The second is a 2D adventure visual novel on the PlayStation Portable entitled To Love-Ru: Exciting Beach School Version (To LOVE-- ! To Love-Ru -Trouble- Doki Doki! Rinkaigakkhen?) which was released on October 2, 2008.[11]
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