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Barabanba
Barabanba 2 1 (1988).jpg
Cover of Barabanba 2 #1 (1988), published by Scola Inc,
バラバンバ
Genre Erotica, sci-fi, comedy
Manga
Author Go Nagai
Publisher Japan Scola Inc. (Kodansha)
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Scola
Original run 1983-10-131984-08-09
Volumes 2
Original video animation
Chonoryoku Shōjo Barabanba
Studio Japan Japan Home Video
Released 1985-06-21
Runtime 30 minutes
Episodes 1
Manga
Barabanba 2
Author Go Nagai
Publisher Japan Scola Inc. (Kodansha)
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Comic Burger
Original run 1987-04-141987-11-15
Volumes 2
Anime and Manga Portal

Barabanba (バラバンバ ?) is an erotic manga created by Go Nagai. It was originally published by Scola Inc. (a former sub-company of Kodansha) and serialized in the magazine Scola from October 13, 1983 (1983-10-13) to August 9, 1984 (1984-08-09).[1][2]

An OVA version loosely based in the manga was released in June 21, 1985 (1985-06-21) by Japan Home Video[3] (prior to the creation of the label Alice Japan). The animated version has as full name Chonoryoku Shōjo Barabanba (超能力少女バラバンバ Chōnōryoku Shōjo Barabanba ?, loosely translated as Super powerful girl Barabanba) and is one of the first adult-restricted OVA and also the first of Nagai.[1]

A sequel of the manga, featuring the daughter of the original characters, was serialized in the magazine Comic Burger from April 14, 1987 (1987-04-14) to November 15, 1987 (1987-11-15), published by Scola Inc. as well, and it was simply called Barabanba 2 (バラバンバ2 ?).[1][2]

Contents

Story of Barabanba (manga)

Baraba is a corsair of the space that arrives to the Earth, along with her loyal grandpa Dagota (a 300 years old robot), to escape of the pursuers interested in seizing the reward hanging from her head. Their arrival to the planet, however, was not the most comfortable: the crossing of a dimensional barrier creates an imbalance that transforms her into an attractive and naked girl, while Dagota turns into a small monster with tentacles. As soon as she sets foot on the Earth, she is assaulted by Chuta Banba, an impeded high schooler desperately searching for his "first time", with whom Baraba begins a life dedicated to the most unrestrained hedonism.

Manga volumes

The manga of Barabanba and Barabanba 2 have been released in tankōbon in the following order: [4] [5] [6]

  • Barabanba, Kodansha Scola (Scola KC)
Date Vol. ISBN
1984-10-26 1 4091490018
1984-10-26 2 4091490026
  • Barabanba 2, Kodansha Scola (Burger KC)
Date Vol. ISBN
1987-12-17 1 4063046133
1988-05-23 2 4063046222
  • Barabanba 2, Scola (Burger SC)
Date Vol. ISBN
1988-07-28 1 4882750155
1988-07-28 2 4882750163
  • Barabanba, Scola (Burger SC)
Date Vol. ISBN
1990-07-16 Mazoku Hen 4796240578
1990-08-16 Inma Hen 4091490026

Picture book

In September 10, 1985 (1985-09-10) a picture book of the OVA was released by Nihonbungeisha under the label Film Comics with ISBN 4537005505. [7] It uses captures from the OVA and has an interview with Go Nagai.[2][8 ]

References

  1. ^ a b c "Barabanba" (in Italian). Japan: d/visual. http://www.d-world.jp/dv/gonagai.php?action=barabanba. Retrieved 2009-06-09.  
  2. ^ a b c "Barabanba" (in Japanese). Japan: The world of Go Nagai. http://www.mazingerz.com/BALABA/BALABA.html. Retrieved 2009-06-09.  
  3. ^ "Barabanba - Alice Japan official website" (in Japanese). Japan: Alice Japan. http://www.alicejapan.co.jp/item.php?item_id=6fc5ed8cff9c8a081fb725e33ef6d12a. Retrieved 2009-06-09.  
  4. ^ "Book list 1981-1985 (Go Nagai)" (in Japanese). Nagai Go Special Corner. Japan: eBOOK Initiative Japan Co. Ltd.. http://www.ebookjapan.jp/shop/nagaigo/books_03.asp. Retrieved 2009-06-09.  
  5. ^ "Book list 1981-1985 (Go Nagai)" (in Japanese). Nagai Go Special Corner. Japan: eBOOK Initiative Japan Co. Ltd.. http://www.ebookjapan.jp/shop/nagaigo/books_04.asp. Retrieved 2009-06-09.  
  6. ^ "Go Nagai tankōbon chronology" (in Japanese). Japan: The world of Go Nagai. http://www.mazingerz.com/comic.html. Retrieved 2009-06-09.  
  7. ^ "Chonoryoku Shōjo Barabanba (Picture book) product description" (in Japanese). Japan: Seven and Y Corp.. http://www.7andy.jp/books/detail/-/accd/08010153. Retrieved 2009-06-09.  
  8. ^ "Interviews 1980s" (in Japanese). Japan: Go-mania. http://members2.jcom.home.ne.jp/yashiki_yashiki/int2.html. Retrieved 2009-06-09.  

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