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Erdbeer-Panik! ist eine Reihe japanischer illustrierter Kurzgeschichten von Sakurako Kimino, die sich auf eine Gruppe von Mädchen im Teenageralter konzentrieren, die drei angeschlossene Mädchenschulen auf dem Astraea Hill besuchen. Strawberry Panic ist ein Anime des Studios»MADHOUSE Inc.«mit dem Hauptgenre Romanze. Beschreibung: Aoi Nagisa ist eine Studentin in ihrem ersten. Strawberry Panic 1 | Kimino, Sakurako, Takuminamuchi | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Strawberry Panic: Volume 1 | Kimino, Sakurako, Takuminamuchi | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. Browse pictures from the anime Strawberry Panic on MyAnimeList, the internet's largest anime database. Aoi Nagisa transfers to one of the three affiliated all-girl. FF: Strawberry Panic: Season 2. 34 likes. Eine FF zu der zweiten Staffel von Strawberry Panic! Strawberry Panic! ist ein magischer Anime. Er lässt mich besser fühlen, egal wie schlimm die Dinge sind. Ich glaube genau das ist es was es so magisch macht.
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Hanazono, Shizuma Main. Nabatame, Hitomi Japanese. Aoi, Nagisa Main. Nakahara, Mai Japanese. Suzumi, Tamao Main. Shimizu, Ai Japanese.
Minamoto, Chikaru Supporting. Nakajima, Saki Japanese. Nanto, Yaya Supporting. Kuwatani, Natsuko Japanese. Ootori, Amane Supporting. Kaida, Yuuko Japanese.
Konohana, Hikari Supporting. Matsuki, Miyu Japanese. Rokujou, Miyuki Supporting.
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There are twelve characters the story revolves around, four at each school. The story's main character is Nagisa Aoi, a young girl entering her fourth year at St.
Miator after being transferred from another school. On first entering the campus grounds, she is overcome with joy by the overall appearance of the surrounding area, but her joy is soon turned to sorrow as she accidentally stumbles down a hill, causing her to be lost and disoriented.
While walking around the grounds trying to work out where she is, Nagisa comes across an older student named Shizuma Hanazono, who happens to be Astraea Hill's Etoile , a very important person who acts as a representative between the different schools and has specific duties that she must fulfill.
Nagisa is instantly overcome by Shizuma's beauty, and after Shizuma kisses her on the forehead, Nagisa loses consciousness and awakens in the school's infirmary.
In an adjacent chair is another girl of the same age, Tamao Suzumi, who informs her that they are to be roommates in the dormitory. In the ensuing story, Nagisa is introduced to other students from each of the three schools; some she admires, some she is intimidated by, and some are merely friends encountered while attending St.
The series encompasses the relationships the characters build with each other, climaxing whenever two of the characters start dating.
The central focuses of Strawberry Panic! The story of what happens to the other half of St. Miator's Etoile pairing is explored in the latter portion of the anime.
A hint of astronomical star imagery is seen throughout the series, as well as minor Catholic religious undertones including a St. Mary statue on campus and a large Catholic church in the center of Astraea Hill.
At each of the three schools, there are four main characters, who comprise the original twelve characters created for the short stories when the series began.
Only those twelve appear in the subsequently adapted visual novel version. The Etoile system of Astraea Hill is employed as the internal politics between the schools and governs school operations.
Little is shown as to the influence the teachers and sisters have on the inter-school politics. The system is designed for two Etoiles to be instated at the same time in order to work as a team.
In the anime, Shizuma Hanazono is the sole Etoile,  the other Etoile having died, which is explained in the latter part of the story.
The two Etoiles are seen as figureheads for Astraea Hill. Although Astraea has three schools, both Etoiles must come from the same school. They have certain specific duties, such as greeting new students arriving at Astraea Hill, participating in important school events, and serving as mediator between disputes in student council meetings of the three schools, among others.
They are given a private greenhouse in which to grow flowers for use during school events. In the anime, the competition aspect of the story is toned down.
Still, it facilitates the culmination of the story in the finale, and thus serves an important purpose.
Once the winners have been named, a special ceremony marks the end of the election,  at which the president of the student council from the school that won the election presents two necklaces for the winners to wear during their tenure as Etoiles.
They are both identical except for the colors of the pendants : one is red, the other is blue. The older student receives the blue pendant and the younger of the two is given the red pendant.
Since the first issue of ASCII Media Works ' Dengeki G's Magazine was published, the editors of the magazine have hosted reader participation games whose outcome is directly influenced by the people who read the magazine.
Miator were introduced Nagisa, Shizuma, Tamao, and Chiyo and it was revealed how readers could participate in the project. Each girl entered her respective school and became the main character of that school.
It was explained that the coupling of the main characters could be to an upperclassman, a classmate, or an underclassman, but had to stay within the school they attended.
For example, Nagisa, who attended Miator could not be coupled with another character from either Spica or Lulim at first.
Playing the role of the elder brother, the reader gave advice to the younger sisters who were bewildered by their new lives at each of the schools.
Thus, the readers had the ability to influence the coupling formations which would later be written by Kimino as short stories serialized in Dengeki G's Magazine.
In December , the characters from Spica Hikari, Amane, Yaya, and Tsubomi and Lulim Kizuna, Chikaru, Remon, and Kagome were introduced and in the January issue the first illustrations of the three schools and the Strawberry Dorms were published, drawn by Chitose Maki ; the reader participation game began in this issue.
Before the votes were counted, the first three short stories were written and published in the February issue of Dengeki G's Magazine. When the results of the polls were printed in the March issue, the rules of the game had been changed from the original concept, showing that readers wanted to focus on the relationships between the girls, and in this respect, the readers could vote on who they wanted to be coupled together.
This resulted in a total of 66 different possibilities between the twelve characters in the series. In this issue, it was explained that four events were planned for the stories that followed: Easter, Athletic Carnival, Cultural Festival, and Christmas Bazaar.
The "Etoile" title was born in this issue, which was initially used to crown the best couple voted first by the readers in each of the four events to follow.
It became such that the planning of the schools resulted in them in a triangle position, having the dormitories at the center. The reader's position as the elder brother was canceled in this issue, and the game became a simple popularity vote for coupling.
Due to this new system, Nagisa, Hikari, and Kizuna ceased to be sisters;  surnames were later added to clarify this. After the first story arc of the short stories concluded, it was shown that the number of votes had increased sharply due to the new voting mechanisms.
The Etoile voting was announced in the July issue to take place every month as opposed to every two months which had been the case beforehand.
The deadline for voting was shifted to the middle of every month, and online voting was introduced. In September , the voting for the next Etoile was shifted to be online-only; the voting for the Dormitory Panic arc became mail voting only.
The reader participation game ended after ten rounds of voting in the February issue of Dengeki G's Magazine where it was announced that the series would be continued in other forms, such as the light novels and manga that followed.
The first results of the polls from the reader participation project appeared in the form of the first three short stories which resulted from direct fan involvement in the March issue of Dengeki G's Magazine.
The second arc's stories, which were longer than the earlier pieces, involved taking one of the three main characters, performing coupling for them with one of the other eleven girls and presenting them in various situations.
None of the original stories were ever published again in bound volumes. The stories themselves were more or less vignettes , in which each gave a brief glimpse into what was referred to as a "yuri coupling".
Between May and September , a revised series of the short stories was produced; once per month, five more supplementary short stories were published during this time period, each of which was longer than any of the previous pieces.
Although each individual story had its own title, the stories were under the collective title of "The Girls, who art in heaven ".
After the ending of this short compilation in September , it was decided that the original illustrator, Chitose Maki, would be replaced by Namuchi Takumi for future Strawberry Panic!
The show contained sixty-one episodes, which were divided between three CDs; the first went on sale on March 8, The Strawberry Panic!
The first went on sale on March 27, , featuring Nagisa and Shizuma on the cover, and the second volume came out on October 27, , featuring Nagisa and Tamao on the cover.
Major differences between the anime and manga center around the plot and character interaction. The first volume was released in English on December 23, , the second in March , and the omnibus with two additional chapters in October , published by Seven Seas Entertainment.
The announcement that a Strawberry Panic! Work on writing and illustrating the novels began in May , by the same two people who worked on the manga.
The announcement that the writing was finished appeared in the September issue of the same magazine, although the first novel was published by MediaWorks on their Dengeki Bunko publishing label, on March 10, The first volume had Shizuma and Nagisa on the cover and the second volume, released on August 9, , had Amane and Hikari on the cover.
Seven Seas Entertainment announced on September 13, , that they had licensed the right to release the English translations of the Strawberry Panic!
After several delays, the English version of the first light novel was released in March , and the second volume light novel was released on July 8, An omnibus volume containing the three light novels was released in June The anime series, entitled Strawberry Panic without the exclamation mark , was produced by the Japanese animation studio Madhouse and directed by Masayuki Sakoi.
The series was composed by Tatsuhiko Urahata, and featured two other screenwriters Hideo Takayashiki and Kazuyuki Fudeyasu.
The twenty-six episode anime aired in Japan between April 3 and September 25, ,  and has a central yuri theme.
The anime series is mainly based on the short stories and manga which preceded it. The anime focuses on Nagisa Aoi and, to a slightly lesser extent, Hikari Konohana, and the three girls that they each are or become close to at their respective schools; some admire them or wish to be their friend, and others are vying for their affections.
The series culminates in the election of the new Etoile pairing, although this aspect of the story is downplayed compared to the manga.
Fan service , or giving appealing visuals of the girls nude or in provocative situations, is seen in the anime, but only briefly.
In Japan, eight DVD compilations, in regular and special editions, were released containing three episodes each, between June 23, , and January 25, The special edition includes different versions of the opening and closing themes, and deleted scenes.
The series premiered on Toku in the United States in January The original soundtrack for the anime adaptation was first released on September 6, , by Lantis.
There have been three drama CDs released based on the anime adaptation. It came with a CD containing twelve tracks of small scenes involving the characters in various situations.
A visual novel named Strawberry Panic! Two versions of the game were released, a regular edition and a limited edition which included a drama CD; there is a different cover for each of the versions.
The drama CD contained three tracks, one for students of each school. There are three playable characters, one from each of the schools: Nagisa, Hikari, and Kizuna.
The game features a "boy mode" and a "girl mode". Choosing the male version means that the story is told via emails from the player's younger sister; choosing the female version means that the story is told in the player's own diary.
There are twenty-seven different combinations depending on which girl the player chooses at the start of the game. The game is played over the course of a school semester; the first day of school is on April 1.
In "boy mode", each day concludes with a super deformed image of the heroine the player chose at the onset of the game slumped over her computer in her room; an email message from a girl that she interacted with during the day in on the monitor.
As the heroine sleeps, the object of her affection appears in a thought bubble above her head. In "girl mode", she is seen writing in her diary instead.
The first day in the game requires no interaction from the player. The player gets through the first day by reading the text and getting acquainted with the girls.
The game uses an angel and devil system where miniature angel and devil versions of each girl float beside her when critical decisions have to be made; this is not restricted to the three playable characters.
It also features a "Strawberry chance" system, where the outcome of some scenes changes if the player presses one of the analog sticks fast enough after the message "Chance!
During the reader participation game running in Dengeki G's Magazine , voting polls were first posted in the January issue of Dengeki G's Magazine , which were to determine who would be the subjects in the couplings between the characters of each respective school.
The results were printed in the March issue, after about 1, votes had been cast. Friedman described the stories as, "candy apples without the apples - all sugary, and gooey and sweet, with not much of anything else to support it".
The first DVD was declared rental-worthy by ANN, citing the characters as being "a lot of fun" and the series as being a "very laid-back show" that would work well as a relaxing watch over a weekend.
In terms of attracting a fan base, though, in the end it's all about word-of-mouth. If the material is great, it will stand out on its own and find its audience.
The small format that we're publishing these books in is frankly stunning, and it will definitely attract fans who may not have heard of the property otherwise.
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Hanazono, Shizuma Main. Nabatame, Hitomi Japanese. Aoi, Nagisa Main. Nakahara, Mai Japanese. Suzumi, Tamao Main.
Shimizu, Ai Japanese. Minamoto, Chikaru Supporting.