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  • Author:
    Sukehiro Tomita,Nao Yazawa
  • ISBN:
    1591163234
  • ISBN13:
    978-1591163237
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  • Publisher:
    VIZ Media LLC; Original edition (May 26, 2004)
  • Pages:
    200 pages
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    Comics & Graphic Novels
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Wedding Peach, Vol. 1 (Wedding Peach Series). Nao Yazawa, the creator, admits it to being rushed. And frankly, I like her honesty. I do not see many manga writers that own-up to such things; at most, I see them tip-toe around the subject.

Wedding Peach, Vol. Wedding Peach, Vol. 7: Young Love. 5. Sukehiro Tomita. 4. 2 (Wedding Peach Series).

Nao Yazawa (Illustrator). Book 4 of 7 in the Wedding Peach Series. 6. 5 Paperback – March 24, 2004. Book 5 of 7 in the Wedding Peach Series. by Sukehiro Tomita (Author), Nao Yazawa (Illustrator). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Nao Yazawa (Illustrator).

Wedding Peach is a shōjo manga written by Sukehiro Tomita and illustrated by Nao Yazawa that was originally serialized in Shogakukan's Ciao magazine

Wedding Peach is a shōjo manga written by Sukehiro Tomita and illustrated by Nao Yazawa that was originally serialized in Shogakukan's Ciao magazine. In North America, it was translated and published by VIZ Media in its entirety, consisting of six volumes. 06 book. Sukehiro Tomita, the man who proposed the idea of Wedding Peach, was a script writer for Sailor Moon! Or something like that.

Wedding Peach is a shōjo manga by Nao Yazawa and Sukehiro Tomita that was originally serialized in Shogakukan's Ciao magazine. In North America it is translated and published by VIZ Media in its entirety, comprising six volumes. In North America it is translated and published by VIZ Media in its entirety, comprising six volumes

Wedding Peach Manga: The more Wedding Peach and her friends Yuri and Hinakiku discover about their new-found magical powers, the more Rain DeVilla and her evil . AuthorTomita Sukehiro, Yazawa Nao. ArtistTomita Sukehiro, Yazawa Nao. StatusOngoing.

Wedding Peach Manga: The more Wedding Peach and her friends Yuri and Hinakiku discover about their new-found magical powers, the more Rain DeVilla and her evil henchmen vow to destroy them. In the never-ending battle between love and hate, three young girls are the world's last line of defense against the onslaught of evil. The story follows Momoko Hanasaki, a junior high school girl who is in trouble between the Angel World and the Devil World.

The more Wedding Peach and her friends Yuri and Hinakiku discover about their new-found magical powers, the more Rain DeVilla and her evil henchmen vow to destroy them.

Author(s): Tomita Sukehiro - Yazawa Nao. Genres : Adventure - Fantasy - Romance - Shoujo. The more Wedding Peach and her friends Yuri and Hinakiku discover about their new-found magical powers, the more Rain DeVilla and her evil henchmen vow to destroy them.

Wedding Peach in under 9 minutes! Debuted at my abridging panel at Con-Nichiwa 2012 last week

Wedding Peach in under 9 minutes! Debuted at my abridging panel at Con-Nichiwa 2012 last week. Enjoy! This is a fan made video for fun only! Wedding peach is property of sukehiro tomita, nao yazawa and kss studios, tv tokyo, adv films, and bandai.

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Finding out that her boyfriend is a demon who has sworn to kill Wedding Peach and her Angels, Momoko travels to the demon world for one final battle.

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For those of you new the the series, yes, the manga and anime known as "Wedding Peach" (WP) looks a lot like "Sailor Moon" (SM). Why? Well, not only is it a typical magical girl shoujo (such as "Magical Girl Pretty Sammy" and "Tokyo Mew Mew"), but the producers of Sailor Moon have actually worked on the series. I also find WP different in that it has a more focused storyline (saving love versus saving the whole universe), fewer magical warriors, and one singular body of evil. So, if you enjoy SM or like series but want something more digestable, I highly recommend WP.

As for the sixth volume, I admit, it was rushed. Nao Yazawa, the creator, admits it to being rushed. And frankly, I like her honesty. I do not see many manga writers that own-up to such things; at most, I see them tip-toe around the subject. (Of course, this could just be my experience; if you've read of others that have acted similarly, be thankful.) That being said, the storyline is wrapped up well with a mix of drama, action, and a fitting happily ever after.