School Rumble

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School Rumble is a Japanese shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Jin Kobayashi.wikipedia
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Jin Kobayashi

School Rumble is a Japanese shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Jin Kobayashi.
Jin Kobayashi is a Japanese manga artist, best known for his series School Rumble.

List of School Rumble characters

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A romance comedy centering on relationships between Japanese high school students, School Rumble focuses on a love triangle involving the series' two protagonists, Tenma Tsukamoto and Kenji Harima, and one of their classmates, Oji Karasuma.
The School Rumble manga and anime series features a cast of characters designed by Jin Kobayashi.

Ami Koshimizu

There were a number of cast changes throughout the production; Ami Koshimizu, the voice actress for Tenma, had initially auditioned for the role of Yakumo, and between School Rumbles first and second seasons the voice actors for both Karen Ichijo and Yoko Sasakura were replaced.
She voices in a number of lead roles in Japanese anime including: Nadja Applefield in Ashita no Nadja, Leonmitchelli Galette Des Rois in Dog Days, Yumi Hoshino in KimiKiss: Pure Rouge, Takuto Hasegawa in Magician's Academy, Nanaka Yatsushiro in Myself ; Yourself, Himari Noihara in Omamori Himari, Sailor Jupiter in Sailor Moon Crystal, Nodoka Haramura in Saki, Tenma Tsukamoto in School Rumble, Holo in Spice and Wolf, and Hibiki Hojo (Cure Melody) in Suite PreCure.

Weekly Shōnen Magazine

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First serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from October 22, 2002 to July 23, 2008, all 345 chapters were later collected in 22 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha.
School Rumble (2002-2008, Jin Kobayashi)

Mako (voice actress)

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Mako Sakurai took over Karen's role from Yuuka Nanri, and Aya Hirano replaced Akiko Kurumado as Yoko.
School Rumble: 2nd Semester as Karen Ichijō

Aya Hirano

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Mako Sakurai took over Karen's role from Yuuka Nanri, and Aya Hirano replaced Akiko Kurumado as Yoko.

Yūka Nanri

Yuuka Nanri
Mako Sakurai took over Karen's role from Yuuka Nanri, and Aya Hirano replaced Akiko Kurumado as Yoko.
In 2006 Nanri was asked to voice Karen Ichijō from the second season of the anime School Rumble, but she turned it down to play the main character of the musical ANGEL GATE ~Haru no Yokan~ (ANGEL GATE~春の予感~), and participated in four performances from April 13–16.

Hiroko Tokita

Two light novels written by Hiroko Tokita and illustrated by Kobayashi were published in April 2004 and December 2007; four official guidebooks illustrated by Kobayashi and written by his editors have also been released.
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Magazine Special

Magazine Special published School Rumble Z monthly from August 20, 2008 to May 20, 2009.

Madman Entertainment

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School Rumble, School Rumble: 2nd Semester, and School Rumble: Extra Class were later licensed for an English-language audience by Funimation in North America, Madman Entertainment in Australasia and the first three volumes of season one by Revelation Films in the United Kingdom.
The company now offers online streaming of selected anime episodes, beginning with the first episode of School Rumble.

Del Rey Manga

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Del Rey Manga published the English translation of the first 16 volumes of School Rumble in physical format. Del Rey Manga, in North America, and Tanoshimi in the United Kingdom licensed School Rumble for an English-language release.
School Rumble - by Jin Kobayashi

Media Factory

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The decision by Media Factory to aggressively pursue its intellectual property rights for School Rumble is believed by proponents of fansubs to have had a negative impact on the franchise's release and sales in the North American market.
School Rumble (TV)

Toku (TV network)

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The Funimation Channel began airing the first season of School Rumble on September 1, 2008.
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Tanoshimi

Del Rey Manga, in North America, and Tanoshimi in the United Kingdom licensed School Rumble for an English-language release.
School Rumble - (January 2006)

Shōnen manga

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School Rumble is a Japanese shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Jin Kobayashi.

Tankōbon

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First serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from October 22, 2002 to July 23, 2008, all 345 chapters were later collected in 22 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha.

Kodansha

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First serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from October 22, 2002 to July 23, 2008, all 345 chapters were later collected in 22 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha.

Education in Japan

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A romance comedy centering on relationships between Japanese high school students, School Rumble focuses on a love triangle involving the series' two protagonists, Tenma Tsukamoto and Kenji Harima, and one of their classmates, Oji Karasuma.

Love triangle

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A romance comedy centering on relationships between Japanese high school students, School Rumble focuses on a love triangle involving the series' two protagonists, Tenma Tsukamoto and Kenji Harima, and one of their classmates, Oji Karasuma.

Protagonist

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A romance comedy centering on relationships between Japanese high school students, School Rumble focuses on a love triangle involving the series' two protagonists, Tenma Tsukamoto and Kenji Harima, and one of their classmates, Oji Karasuma.

TV Tokyo

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TV Tokyo broadcast a 26-episode anime program between October 2004 and April 2005.

Anime

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TV Tokyo broadcast a 26-episode anime program between October 2004 and April 2005.

Original video animation

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In December 2005, a two-part original video animation (OVA) entitled School Rumble: Extra Class was released.