Charlotte. Vol. 1-13 end
|Language and/or Subtitles:||Japanese|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
SummaryIn an alternate reality, a comet named Charlotte passes by Earth once every 75 years spreading dust that causes a small percentage of children to manifest superhuman abilities upon reaching puberty. Yuu Otosaka, who gains the ability to temporarily possess another person for five seconds, hopes to use his power to fraudulently live a carefree high school life, but instead Nao Tomori, who can make herself invisible, exposes Yuu's plan and forces him to transfer to Hoshinoumi Academy and join a student council whose main objective is keeping ability users safe from organizations who seek to exploit their powers.
ContentsI think about others
Melody of despair
Love and flame
A moment of honesty
The sound once heard
At the end of the escape
A chance encounter
A world not here
What I'll become from here on out.
High school students
High schools -- Drama.
Comets -- Drama.
Puberty -- Drama.
Telepathy -- Drama.
Superheroes -- Drama.
Terrorists -- Drama.
Abduction -- Drama.
Science fiction television programs.
Fantasy television programs.
Superhero television programs.
Animated television programs.
Fiction television programs.
|Publisher|| Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia :[2017?]
|Other Titles|| Shārotto
Xia luo te
Maeda, Jun, 1975- screenwriter, composer.
Asai, Yoshiyuki (Television director), television director.
Sugimitsu, Noboru, animator.
Sekiguchi, Kanami, animator.
Uchiyama, Koki, voice actor.
Sakura, Ayane, voice actor.
Mizushima, Takahiro, voice actor.
Uchida, Maaya, 1989- voice actor.
Asakura, Momo, voice actor.
Hikari, Shuyo, composer.
Aniplex (Firm), production company.
P.A. Works (Firm), production company.
Anant-Garde Eyes (Musical group), composer.
Glorious Media Sdn. Bhd., publisher.
Voices, Koki Uchiyama, Ayane Sakura, Takahiro Mizushima, Maaya Uchida, Momo Asakura.
Music, Jun Maeda, Anant-Garde Eyes, Shuyo Hikari.
In English; with optional Chinese, English, and Malay subtitles.
Title from container; statement of responsibily information taken from Wikipedia.
Originally broadcast as thirteen episodes on Japanese television, 2015-2016.
DVD; widescreen (16:9) presentation.
2 videodiscs (approximately 312 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.