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Presents information and photos of the main members of the voice cast: David Kaye , Tara Strong , Corey Burton , Bumper Robinson , Jeff Bennett , Bill Fagerbakke , Tom Kenny , Cree Summer , Townsend Coleman , and Phil LaMarr .

Soul Eater began as a manga series written and illustrated by Atsushi Ōkubo . The manga initially began as three separate one-shots serialized between June 24, 2003 and November 26, 2003 across two manga magazines published by Square Enix : first in the summer 2003 special edition of Gangan Powered , [3] followed by the autumn 2003 special edition of the same magazine, and finally in Gangan Wing . [ citation needed ] The manga was serialized in Square Enix's Monthly Shōnen Gangan manga magazine between the June 2004 issue sold on May 12, 2004 and the September 2013 issue sold on August 12, 2013. [6] Square Enix compiled the series into 25 tankōbon volumes released under their Gangan Comics imprint in Japan between June 22, 2004 [7] and December 12, 2013. The manga has been licensed by Yen Press for distribution in English in North America . The manga was initially serialized in Yen Press' Yen Plus anthology magazine; the first issue went on sale on July 29, 2008. [8] The first English volume of the manga was sold on October 27, 2009. [9]

Izana meets Arecia who tells him that only Class Zero can destroy the empire's crystal jammer , and entrusts the COMM system to Izana. Izana rides his chocobo Chichiri after she saves him, but as his consciousness falters he falls off and as Militesi soldiers approach him, he shouts for Ace. Ace comes to his rescue along with his fellow classmates Queen and Nine , and Izana passes the COMM system to him. Attempting to fulfill his promise to the dying Izana, Ace turns away but at last turns back. Reading the anguished expression on Ace's face, Izana realizes Ace isn't as cold as he thought. Glad, he makes peace with dying and tells Ace, "Don't look back... Move forward. Keep you eyes on the enemies beyond. And one day, topple Milites and save this country."

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The Mediator -class was a heavy warship that was built and fielded by the Mon Calamari . It was only eclipsed in New Republic service by their Star Defenders and Super Star Destroyers .

As the obsession with the Necronomicon grew over the years, a number of books emerged to fill the demand, most notably the Simon Necronomicon . This purports to be a Sumerian grimoire, translated from a Greek manuscript of shady provenance. Simon has recently published a fascinating account of the publication of his Necronomicon, Dead Names . The Chaosium Necronomicon is an anthology of fiction about the Necronomicon and several fictional Necronomicons, including a lovingly crafted pastiche by the late science fiction writer Lin Carter. A recent entry is Donald Tyson's Necronomicon , which is firmly rooted in Lovecraft's universe. Less satisfying is Al Azif , which is simply a couple of hundred pages of illegible script in an unknown language.

Carter was a prolific penman. He claimed that after something like twenty-five books appeared bearing his name, after The Wizard of Lemuria was published in March 1965 before it was revised and reissued in 1969 as Thongor and the Wizard of Lemuria ; that means he averaged about six books published per year during that four-year period. [9] [a] From 1966 to 1968 he also wrote two dozen times as "Our Man in Fandom", a nearly-monthly column in If , edited by Frederik Pohl . [6]

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