Sola (manga)

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Sola is a Japanese anime series initially written by the Kanon main writer, Naoki Hisaya together with the original character designer Naru Nanao. Sola started as a manga which was featured in the magazine Dengeki Daioh on December 21, 2006 by MediaWorks. As of August 2007, the manga is still being serialized, with Chaki Abeno as the illustrator. A drama CD was later released on December 31, 2006 at Comiket 71. The anime version of the series aired in Japan from April 7, 2007 to June 30, 2007, containing a total of thirteen episodes and two additional episodes currently being released exclusively for the DVD. An extra drama CD together with a video game title for the PlayStation 2 console are also planned.[1] The title, Sola, comes from the Italian/Spanish language solo (which translates literally to alone). The title of series, sounds the same with the Japanese word Sora (, which translates literally as sky).

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  1. "AnimeSuki forum thread". Retrieved 2007-02-11.