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DearS (ディアーズ, Diāzu) is a Japanese manga series co-written and illustrated by Banri Sendo and Shibuko Ebara, credited under their pen name Peach-Pit. It was serialized monthly by MediaWorks in their magazines Dengeki Comic Gao! from October 2001 to September 2005 and Dengeki Maoh from October to November 2005 and was later published into ten volumes by the company. The manga was licensed and translated into English by Tokyopop. A 13-episode anime was adapted by MSJ and a PlayStation 2 video game was produced by MediaWorks.
DearS (Dub) Episode 4
DearS was adapted into a twelve episode television and single original video animation anime by MSJ with co-production by Bandai Visual, Geneon Entertainment, Lantis and TeaM DearS. The series was directed by Iku Suzuki. The series was broadcast on Chiba TV, TV Kanagawa, TV Saitama, Tokyo MX TV, TV Santerebi, TV Aichi and TVQ Kyushu from July 10 to September 26, 2004. Four DVD compilation volumes were released from August 2, 2005 to February 21, 2006. The anime's opening theme is "Love Slave" (ラブスレイブ) by Under17 and the ending theme is "Happy Cosmos" by Poppins. The anime has been re-licensed by Discotek Media.
Seitz's video game roles include Eternal Sonata, Mortal Kombat, Castlevania, BlazBlue, League of Legends, Xenoblade Chronicles X, Octopath Traveler, Fire Emblem Three Houses, Skullgirls, Tekken and Ys. On the other side of the mic, Seitz adapted and directed the English dubs of Girls Bravo, Kamichu, Tales of Phantasia OVA, and Carole & Tuesday, in addition to adapting over 100 episodes of other series, including Aggretsuko, Zegapain, Hell Girl, and Romeo x Juliet.
DearS (ディアーズ) is an anime based on the Japanese manga series co-written and illustrated by Banri Sendo and Shibuko Ebara, under the pen name Peach-Pit. It consists of 13 episodes adapted by MSJ and aired between July 10, 2004 and September 26, 2004. 041b061a72