Wolf's Rain Manga V1 (JP)

The cover of the original manga first published in Japan.

Wolf's Rain (Urufuzu Rein, ウルフズレイン), is a Japanese manga written by Keiko Nobumoto and illustrated by Toshitsugu Iida. The book is based of the anime by Toshihiro Kawamoto.

The two-volume manga series was originally serialized in Magazine Z, a monthly seinen magazine, with the first chapter premiering in April 2003. Each chapter of the manga series is called a "grope", which is a reference to a Japanese phrase for arriving somewhere after enduring hardships.

See also: List of Chapters

Publication Edit

The two volumes were released in North America by VIZ Media as individual volumes in the summer of 2005.

An exclusive edition of the first volume was released on November 5th, 2004 in Borders and Waldenbooks stores that included a collectible box to hold both volumes and a 3D lenticular card.

The Viz English release is adapted by David Ury, who also acted as translator along side Egan Loo. The series has also been released in German by Heyne, in Italian by Shin Vision and in Polish by Japonica Polonica Fantastica. The two volumes were also published in Cantonese by Tong Li Comics for Hong Kong.

Countries Edit

Country Publisher
North-America VIZ Media
Germany Heyne
Italy Shin Vision
Poland Japonica Polonica Fantastica
South Korea Haksan Publishing
Taiwan & Hong Kong Tong Li Comics

Gallery Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The character Tia is a manga exclusive character.
  • Lady Jaguara is omitted from the manga, though her guards are still present as an antagonizing force.
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