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Iono-sama Fanatics
Iono the Fanatics volume 1 cover.jpg
Iono-sama Fanatics volume 1 cover.
いおの様ファナティクス
(Iono-sama Fanatikusu)
Genre Romantic comedy, Yuri
Manga
Author Miyabi Fujieda
Publisher Japan MediaWorks
English publisher United States Infinity Studios
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Dengeki Teioh
Original run April 26, 2004November 26, 2006
Volumes 2
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Iono-sama Fanatics (いおの様ファナティクス Iono-sama Fanatikusu ?, translated by the author as Iono the Fanatics) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Miyabi Fujieda. The manga was serialized between the first and last issues of the now-defunct Dengeki Teioh, a special edition version of Dengeki Daioh, from April 26, 2004 until November 26, 2006, and was published by MediaWorks. The series contains twelve chapters released in two bound volumes originally published under MediaWorks Dengeki Comics EX label. The manga has been licensed for English language distribution by Infinity Studios.[1] The first volume in English was released on June 15, 2007.

Plot

The series is about Iono, the queen of a small European kingdom with a fetish for black-haired women, who comes to Japan to recruit "sobame" (側女 ?),[2] which can mean both "lady-in-waiting" and "concubine" in Japanese.

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