Ouran Episodes

Topics: Ouran High School Host Club, Chuang Yi Pages: 22 (9578 words) Published: February 16, 2013
List of Ouran High School Host Club chapters
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[->2][->3]The cover of the first volume of the Ouran High School Host Club[->4] manga released by Hakusensha[->5] on August 5, 2003. Ouran High School Host Club[->6] is a Japanese manga[->7] series written and illustrated by Bisco Hatori[->8]. The series follows Haruhi Fujioka, a scholarship student to the exclusive Ouran High School, and through an accident, is forced to join the school's host club. It focuses on the relationships within and without the club. The manga is serialized monthly in Hakusensha[->9]'s magazine LaLa[->10] running from August 5, 2003 and to September 24, 2010. The untitled chapters have been collected in eighteen tankōbon[->11] volumes in Japan.[1] An English adaption of the series is also published in North America by Viz Media[->12] under their Shojo Beat[->13] label and in Singapore by Chuang Yi[->14] with the title Ouran High Host Club; the Singapore edition is imported under license to Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment[->15].[2]HYPERLINK \l "cite_note-chuang-yi-3"[3]HYPERLINK \l "cite_note-madman-all-4"[4] The series is also published in Singapore in simplified Chinese[->16] by Chuang Yi, in Indonesia by Elex Media Komputindo[->17], in South Korea by Haksanpub[->18], in France by Panini Comics[->19] under the Génération Comics imprint,[5] in Germany by Carlsen Comics[->20], and in Brazil by Panini Comics[->21], and is licensed to be published in Mexico by Grupo Editorial Vid[->22].[6]HYPERLINK \l "cite_note-panini-7"[7] Contents[hide] ·1 List of volumes 2 See also 3 References 4 External links| [edit] List of volumes

No.|Japanese release date|Japanese ISBN|English (North America / Singapore) release date|English (North America / Singapore) ISBN| 1|August 5, 2003[8]|ISBN 978-4-592-17448-6[->23]|July 5, 2005 (NA)[9]August 11, 2006 (SG)[3]|ISBN 978-1-59116-915-4[->24] (NA)ISBN 981-260-617-3[->25] (SG)| ·Chapters 1–3 ·Extra Episode: Honey's Bun-Bun ·Egoistic Club||||| While searching for a quiet place to study, androgynous[->26] scholarship student Haruhi Fujioka[->27] tries Ouran High School's third music room and discovers it is being used by the school's Host Club[->28], headed by Tamaki Suou[->29]. When Haruhi accidentally breaks an expensive vase that was going for auction at the school for $80,000, she is forced to become a member to work off the debt, and only after she has worked for them for a while does Tamaki discover that Haruhi is a girl. Despite this, she is a natural at hosting other girls, she is forced to continue pretending she is a boy[->30]. When the Host Club learn that one of their regular customers is having trouble with her fiancé[->31], they cook up a plan to help involving using Haruhi dressed as a girl to find out the true feelings of the fiancé. At the Host Club's Christmas party, a kiss with a club member is auctioned off, but when vice-president Kyoya Ootori[->32] declares that Haruhi is the kisser, a distressed Tamaki tries to stop it—but instead accidentally pushes Haruhi into kissing the winning girl on the lips. A French otaku[->33] (fangirl), Renge[->34], who is infatuated with Kyoya, appoints herself manager of the Host Club and tries to retool their hosting personas. Kyoya forces the others to put up with it for family by Browse to Save" href="#" in_rurl="http://i.trkjmp.com/click?v=Tkc6MzA5NTM6MTE4OmJ1c2luZXNzOmFmMTI3Zjg0NzBmYmFhYWIxN2RkOTRmNDNjZTExY2YyOnotMTA2My0xNTIyNDplbi53aWtpcGVkaWEub3JnOjI4MTU5OjkyZGE0NmY2Yzc5NDU3ZjE0Nzc4NjZkMzEzMTg4M2Uz"business reasons, but when her meddling cuts into the club's profits, he stops it.||||| 2|November 5, 2003[10]|ISBN 978-4-592-17449-3[->35]|September 26, 2005 (NA)[11]August 11, 2006 (SG)[3]|ISBN 978-1-59116-990-1[->36] (NA)ISBN 981-260-713-7[->37] (SG)| ·Chapters 4–7 ·Love Egoist story 1: "Romantic Egoist" ·Egoistic Club||||| During the school's physical...
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