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Ai No Kusabi Novel Subindo

Ai no Kusabi (間の楔, lit. "The Space Between") is a Japanese novel written by Rieko Yoshihara. Originally serialized in the yaoi magazine Shōsetsu June between December 1986 and October 1987, the story was collected into a hardbound novel that was released in Japan in 1990, and eventually expanded on and released in 6 paperback volumes.

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The novel was partially adapted into a two-episode original video animation (OVA) by Anime International Company (AIC), with the first episode released in August 1992 and the second in May 1994. In November 1993, an audio drama entitled Dark Erogenous was released focusing on a time period left unexplored in the original novels. A new twelve-episode OVA adaptation, also from AIC, was scheduled to begin releasing in Japan in the spring of 2010, but was cancelled for financial reasons. The project was picked up again and was released on January 18, 2012.[1] However, the series was once again discontinued after four episodes.

Anime International Company created a two-episode original video animation (OVA) adaptation for the series. The first episode was released in August 1992, and the second in May 1994.[17] Directed by Akira Nishimori and Katsuhito Akiyama, the episodes were based on a screenplay written by Naoko Hasegawa. They featured character designs by Naoyuki Onda and music composed by Toshio Yabuki.[18][19] The plot slightly differed from the novels' storyline, but kept the main story points intact.

Mania's Danielle Van Gorder felt the prose of the first novel was "florid", and criticized the finishing point of the second novel as anticlimactic.[27][28] She found the characterization of Iason in the third novel to be realistic and compelling,[29] and felt the theme of the fourth novel was power.[30] Jonathan Clements compared Yoshihara's writing style to "Ranpo Edogawa's sexually charged mysteries" and felt Ai no Kusabi shared themes with Shōzō Numa's science fiction.[31]

Japanese staffJapanese castDirector:Akira NishimoriKatsuhito AkiyamaScenario:Nahoko Hasegawa (ep 1)Rieko Yoshihara (ep 2)Music:Akimitsu HonmaToshiro YabukiTsutomu OhiraOriginal creator: Rieko Yoshihara (novel)Original Character Design: Katsumi Michihara (novel)Character Design: Naoyuki OndaArt Director:Yasuhiro MorikiYooichi NangooAnimation Director:Kouichi AraiMasahiro YamaneNaoyuki OndaMecha design: Shinji AramakiSound Director: Yoshikazu IwanamiDirector of Photography:Hitoshi Sato (ep 2)Kazuhiro KonishiExecutive producer: Isoshi MiyasakaProducer:Toru MiuraToshihiko SagawaColor Key: Kumiko NakayamaEditing:Toshio HenmiYasue Funami (ep 2)Yoshiyuki Wada (ep 1)Key Animation: Keiji GotohMusic producer: Hisaki TerasawaPhotography: Kazuhiro KonishiProduction manager: Naoto NakamuraSound Effects: Junichi SasakiTheme Song Performance:Shinichi Ishihara (ED)Toshihiko Seki (OP)Kaneto Shiozawa as Iason MinkToshihiko Seki as RikiHideyuki Hori as SidHideyuki Tanaka as KaccheKouji Tsujitani as GaiShigeru Chiba as LukeShigeru Nakahara as KirieSho Hayami as RaoolTsutomu Kashiwakura as KyalHidenari UgakiHidetoshi NakamuraKiyoyuki YanadaKyousei TsukuiJapanese companiesAnimation: AICDistributor: June VideoFilm Developing: Tokyo LaboratoryEnglish staffEnglish companies(none)Licensed by: Digital Manga Publishing (Novel)English cast(none)Italian castItalian staffDubbing Director: Gabriella RaseroDialogues: Gabriella RaseroAndrea Ward as Iason MinkFabio Boccanera as RikiRoberto Del Giudice as GuyGiuliano Giacomelli as SydGiuliano Santi as RourkeLuca Violini as NorrisLuciano Marchitiello as RaulPierluigi Astore as KyrieVittorio Guerrieri as KatzeItalian companiesDistributor: Yamato VideoDubbing: Promovision

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Bio: It's listed as a Shounen-Ai, but its very light. It's based off of a visual novel/Otome game.. so it's very discreet. The main character does kiss a boy once.. But it really let's him get to know each individual character without going crazy on the romance, but it's super cute, and super colorful! The company who made Drammatical Murder, also did the first season of Hamatora.. and they really know how to make anime popping with colors!

can you guys pls let me know where can i get those bl DVD..specially ai no kusabi. coz i myself download from youtube n make into disc..i hope to get original 1 sum day.. pls email to my email address and let me kno where can i get the original 1.TQ my email : 350c69d7ab


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