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Författare: Izumi Tsubaki.
For the drama, see Skip Beat! Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Aichi, TV Hokkaido, TV Osaka, TV Setouchi, TVQ Kyushu Broadcasting Co. Japanese shōjo manga by Yoshiki Nakamura. 16-year-old girl who discovers that her childhood friend and romantic goal, Sho Fuwa, only keeps her around to act as a maid and to earn his living expenses, while he works his way to become the top pop idol in Japan. Furious and heartbroken, she vows revenge by beating him in show business. Pied Piper has licensed the series and has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the series on DVD and Blu-ray with an English dub.
The Kickstarter campaign was successful meeting the goal and the stretch goal needed to produce the Blu-ray release. See also: List of Skip Beat! Kyoko Mogami, a sixteen-year-old girl who loves her childhood friend, Shotaro Fuwa, but is betrayed by him. Having spent a large part of her childhood at Shotaro’s parents’ inn, she learned a great deal about hostelry and other such jobs.
As she storms away, Kyoko doesn’t shed many tears when she learns that Sho wanted her along only to handle housekeeping duties. Instead, her “Pandora’s box” opens and she vows vengeance on Sho. As she is carried away by security, Sho mockingly tells her that if she wants revenge, she had better become a bigger star than he is. Kyoko’s journey climbing up the showbiz ladder at first to gain her revenge but later out of love of acting.
Along the way Kyoko meets many interesting people, troublemakers, foes, and friends alike, as she develops both as a person and as an actress. Main article: List of Skip Beat! In total, five drama CDs have been released as of March 2017. Drama CD was released by Marine Entertainment bearing the catalog number “MMCC-7029” on September 26, 2002. The second entitled BLACK Drama CD was released August 21, 2012 and focuses on the Dark Breath arc. KISS Drama CD Valentine Weapon was released January 19, 2013 and covers Shou’s kiss and Ren’s cheek kiss on Valentine’s Day.
KISS Drama CD Valentine Weapon like the As the BLACK Drama CD and feature the voice actors for the anime. A fourth adaptation featuring Kyouko’s reunion with Corn in Guam was bundled with the first printing of the 40th volume as a limited-edition release, on sale March 20, 2017, with Marina Inoue and Katsuyuki Konishi reprising their respective roles. A fifth adaptation, dramatizing the scene from the Dark Breath arc when Setsuka puts a kiss mark on Cain, was bundled with the Hana to Yume issue that went on sale March 18, 2017. The anime adaptation was directed by Kiyoko Sayama and animated by Hal Film Maker, it began airing in Japan on October 5, 2008 and ended on March 29, 2009. The first opening theme is “Dream Star” by the generous.
Pied Piper has licensed the series for North American release and has launched a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund the series on DVD and Blu-Ray with an English dub. In 2008, a Taiwanese drama of Skip Beat! Extravagant Challenge in English, starring Ivy Chen as Kyōko, Choi Siwon as Tsuruga Ren, and Lee Donghae as Shō Fuwa. The series aired from December 18, 2011 to April 1, 2012 with a total of 15 episodes.
The live-action adaptation also aired in Japan, China, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines. Each episode ran about an hour long and stuck very closely to the plot line of the manga, albeit with some comedic elements added in. The game takes place after the animation of Skip Beat! Kyoko Mogami, needs to choose her next job and develop her relationships with others. The game is imported from Japan and has yet to be translated into English. Ayuna Fujisaki, appeared in Hana to Yume Bunkei Shōjo, vol.
The literary adaptation centered on Kyōko’s guest appearance in a cooking show and used art from the manga as illustration. The Hana to Yume released on April 25, 2015. Also written by Ayuna Fujisaki, it centered on a Love Me job for Kyōko and Kanae at a theme park. The Hana to Yume released on July 25, 2015. Written by Ayuna Fujisaki, the story has Kyōko possessed by a ghost, and features Shō, Reino, and Ren.