Manga[edit | edit source]

Main article: Manga

Written and illustrated by Yukiru Sugisaki, D.N.Angel premiered in Japan in the November 1997 issue of magazine Monthly Asuka.

Anime[edit | edit source]

Main article: Anime

D.N.Angel was adapted into a 26-episode anime series produced by Dentsu and Xebec which aired in Japan on TV Tokyo from April 3 to September 25, 2003.

Music[edit | edit source]

Main category: Music

Five pieces of theme music are used in the anime adaptation, including the opening Byakuya ~True Light~, by Shunichi Miyamoto and the ending themes, Yasashii Gogo and Hajimari no Hi, performed by Minawo. Episode 24 ends with Caged Bird, by Shunichi Miyamoto, while the final episode uses Miyamoto's Michishirube.

Other songs are related to the series, such as drama CD openings and endings, characters songs...

Video Game[edit | edit source]

Main article: Kurenai no Tsubasa

A PlayStation 2 video game, D.N.Angel: Kurenai no Tsubasa (D·N·ANGEL〜紅の翼〜, lit. "D.N.Angel: Crimson Wings"), was published by Takara. The game was released in Japan on September 25, 2003 to coincide with the conclusion of the anime adaptation.

Drama CD[edit | edit source]

Main category: Drama CD

A trilogy of drama CDs called D.N.Angel Wink was released in 1999. There were also two drama CDs released after the anime titled Sweet and Cute.

Novel[edit | edit source]

Main article: Novels

Three novels were released in Japan between September 2000 and September 2001. The titles are Ningyo no Namida (人魚の涙, lit. "Mermaid's Tears"), Yuki no Jyoou (雪の女王, lit. "Snow Queen"), and Garasu no Kutsuri (硝子の靴, lit. "Glass Slipper"). Two novels based on the anime adaptation have also been released in 2003.

Radio Program[edit | edit source]

A series of seven broadcasts aired Japan in 2005 called Decade on Net: Radio D.N.Angel. It was hosted by Miyu Irino and Akira Ishida, who voiced Daisuke Niwa and Satoshi Hiwatari, respectively, in the anime.

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