Finally, Yoshizumi herself decided that she would go with a heroine rather than a hero as most of the Ribon readers are girls. In the original story, the title of Marmalade Boy was an indication of the hero Miki's cheerful, sweet, and naive nature. After redoing the concept, she wanted to keep the original title, changing its meaning to what is stated in the first volume, that Yuu "has lots of bitter bits inside" him but people only see his sweet surface.
The ending for the series was also very different from the final version. Ginta and Arimi were not going to be a couple in the original version, nor was Meiko going to be reunited with Namura.
Yoshizumi originally intended for Miki and Yuu to truly be blood siblings, and thus have to break up. Afterwards, Ginta would comfort Miki and promising to wait for her to get over Yuu. Yuu and Meiko would have been shown meeting four years later, having both having failed in their previous relationships. The ending would have been more open ending so readers would have had to wonder what really would happen to everyone. However, as she was writing the third chapter, Yoshizumi became less certain of the ending, as it made Miki and Yuu's parents appear to be awful people for doing such a thing to their children.
She also was concerned how readers would react, and her own feelings of "emptiness" at the sad ending. Her editor agreed that the ending would be bad, so she changed it to the happier one now found in the series. Marmalade Boy first premiered in the May issue of Ribon where it was serialized monthly until its conclusion in the October issue. The first special edition volume was released on March 15, , with new volumes published monthly until the final volume was released on August 11, The series was licensed for an English language release in North America by Tokyopop.
The individual chapters were serialized by the company's manga anthology, Smile , from December through April It was one of the first manga series that Tokyopop released in the original Japanese orientation, in which the book is read from right to left, and with the original sound effects left in place. Shueisha refused to renew the company's license of the series after becoming part-owner of rival publisher Viz Media. While Miki and Yuu make appearances, the new series, set 13 years after the end of the earlier one, focuses on Rikka Matsuura and Saku Koishikawa, Yuu and Miki's respective sister and brother.
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Marmalade Boy was adapted into a series of Japanese light novels by Yumi Kageyama, with Wataru Yoshizumi acting as illustrator. The ten volume series was published under Shueisha's Cobalt Bunko label from July through March Toei Animation adapted Marmalade Boy into a episode anime television series which aired on TV Asahi in to The anime series was licensed for Region 1 DVD release by Tokyopop , which released the series in four box sets.
Tokyopop's license had since expired, leaving the anime out of print,  until May 6, , when Discotek Media announced they have licensed the anime, and would release the series in two DVD sets. The first set episodes has been released on August 29,  , and the second set episodes on November 28, The movie for the anime acts as a prequel to the story.
Taking place as a flashback after Yuu kisses Miki in the nurse's office, he recalls the first time he met Miki, shortly after his parents told him of their impending divorce and spouse swap. He found Miki practicing tennis in the park and spent the rest of the day following her around, eventually finding out she was to be his new stepsister.
According to this movie, Yuu was in love with Miki before the family's meeting. Based on the manga, the game puts players in the role of Miki, who must try to win the heart of one of her three potential suitors from the series: Yuu, Ginta, or Kei. Although the basic premise was the same, it did not feature many of the characters of the anime, and the love triangles were considerably simplified.
Serialized in Tokyopop's Smile back in , then collected in , Wataru Yoshizumi's Marmalade Boy helped introduce English language readers to the kind of situation found in shoujo manga, with its story of a pair of teens brought together when their parents swap spouses. The manga has over 10 million copies in print. Yuzuru Hanyu Figure Skater. Kei Nishikori.
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