Item description for Di Gi Charat Theater: Dejiko's Summer Vacation by Koge-Donbo...
What happens when an alien hybrid cat-eared girl with aspirations of becoming the next idol super star lands on earth? Well first of all, she discovers that she needs money. And in order to pay for their high living expenses, Di Gi Charat (a.k.a. Dejiko) and her pal Puchiko have to work. Fortunately for them, an anime retail chain called Gamers has openings! As a new employee, Dejiko becomes quite popular with the customers. But what happens when Rabi-en-Rose, her self-proclaimed rival, seeks to steal the show? And what about Piyoko and the Black Gema Gema Gang, a group of neighboring aliens who seek to kidnap her? These things can only mean one thing for Dejiko: non-stop adventure! Join Dejiko as she spends her summer break tricking Piyoko, blowing up the Black Gema Gema Gang, and switching bodies with Rabi-en-Rose! Also includes extras not available in the original Japanese release: The History of Di Gi Charat, Twenty Questions with Koge-Donbo, Comments from the Artist, Gema Gema 4 panel comics, and Dejiko's Words of Wisdom (Haiku and short phrases from Japanese fans for the Di Gi Charat 2002 weekly calendar, written in Japanese, Romanji, and English).
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.48" Width: 5.66" Height: 0.44" Weight: 0.43 lbs.
Release Date Nov 25, 2003
Publisher Broccoli Books
ISBN 1932480072 ISBN13 9781932480078
Availability 0 units.
More About Koge-Donbo
Koge Donbo is the creator of Di Gi Charat. With each volume he is assisted by a number of cartoonists. He lives in Tokyo.
Reviews - What do customers think about Di Gi Charat Theater: Dejiko's Summer Vacation?
Dejiko's Summer Vacation Oct 11, 2004
Deijiko's Summer Vacation Julia Dougher The book has an information part. It has two stories in the book. It shows how to read the book at the back of the book. It shows toys and other stuff at the back of the book. At the beginning of the book there is a part that tells you about the characters. The story is for all ages. The story is very good. It is very interesting. It is very cute. You might like it but I like it. The drawings are very good but the story is pretty much funny, too. There are different stories of the book. It is a good book to read. If you buy this book, I hope you will like the book. By Koge-Donbo
Excellent first release! Dec 6, 2003
After several releases by other publishers (Viz and I.C. Entertainemt), Di Gi Charat gets the treatment from the company that created the wacky characters in Japan - and boy do the Broccoli Books people treat it with loving care. The translations sparkle and there are lots of extras included like Di Gi Charat poetry from fans!
There are several stories in this manga, all done by different artists. Lots of cute art and storylines.
I was surprised to see that sound effects are also translated. I never really noticed how much of a difference it makes, but it really does make one.
I'm looking forward to the next Di Gi Charat book!