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Mochizuki, Tomomitsu

Overview
Works: 77 works in 93 publications in 2 languages and 813 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Animated television programs  Film adaptations  Television comedies  Fiction 
Roles: Director, Author
Classifications: PN1992.77.R366, 791.4575
Publication Timeline
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Publications about Tomomitsu Mochizuki
Publications by Tomomitsu Mochizuki
Most widely held works by Tomomitsu Mochizuki
Rumiko Takahashi's Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
5 editions published between 2002 and 2007 in English and Japanese and held by 74 libraries worldwide
The second season of the acclaimed Japanese anime. Follow Ranma, Akane and their families as they encounter dozens of zany characters
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
6 editions published between 2002 and 2007 in Japanese and English and held by 64 libraries worldwide
The story of a boy who turns into a girl, a father who turns into a panda and the strange chinese curse what did it to 'em
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2001 in Japanese and held by 55 libraries worldwide
Martial arts sex comedy featuring Ranma, a teen boy who falls into a magic spring which causes him to become a girl at the touch of a drop of cold water, and back to a boy at the touch of hot
Ranma 1/2 OAV series ( visu )
2 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 47 libraries worldwide
Its not easy being a teenage martial artist named Ranma. His martial artist father Genma takes him at an early age on a decade-long training mission and insists on bringing him to the cursed training ground known as Jusenkyo, where falling into one of many springs instantly turns one into whoever -- or whatever -- drowned there last
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
3 editions published in 2007 in Japanese and held by 47 libraries worldwide
It's not easy being teenage martial artist Ranma Saotome, but it's even worse when your martial artist father, Genma, takes you from home at an early age to go on a decade-long training mission. He doesn't speak a word of Chinese, and yet he insists upon bringing you to the cursed training ground known as Jusenkyo, where falling into one of the many springs there instantly turns you into whoever--or whatever-- drowned there last. And then, the two of you have this little accident. From now on, a splash of cold water will turn your father into a giant panda, while you turn into a red-haired (and problematically well-built) female version of yourself. Hot water will reverse the effect, but only until next time. What's a half-guy, half-girl to do? In this season, we're introduced to Ranma's high school principal, the infamous Gambling King, and Ranma's mom
Rumiko Takahashi's Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2008 in Japanese and held by 44 libraries worldwide
It's not easy being teenage martial artist Ranma, but it's even worse when your martial-artist father Genma takes you from home to go on a decade-long training mission. He doesn't speak a word of Chinese, and yet he insists upon bringing you to the cursed training ground known as Jusenkyo, where falling into one of the many springs there instantly turns you into whoever, or whatever, drowned there last. A splash of cold water will turn your father into a giant panda, while you turn into a red-headed, well-built female version of yourself
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2008 in Japanese and held by 43 libraries worldwide
It's not easy being teenage martial artist Ranma Saotome, but it's even worse when your martial artist father, Genma, takes you from home at an early age to go on a decade-long training mission. He doesn't speak a word of Chinese, and yet he insists upon bringing you to the cursed training ground known as Jusenkyo, where falling into one of the many springs there instantly turns you into whoever--or whatever-- drowned there last. And then, the two of you have this little accident. From now on, a splash of cold water will turn your father into a giant panda, while you turn into a red-haired (and problematically well-built) female version of yourself. Hot water will reverse the effect, but only until next time. What's a half-guy, half-girl to do?
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2002 in Japanese and held by 29 libraries worldwide
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2001 in Japanese and held by 24 libraries worldwide
"A chance encounter in a Chinese Amazon village turns into something more like destiny when Ranma and Genma (as girl, and panda) earn the wrath of a particularly feisty--and beautiful!--warrior. True, they shouldn't have eaten "First Prize" and, true, Ranma shouldn't have humiliated her into declaring a vendetta, but when the code says "kill the girls and marry the boys," what's a girl called Shampoo supposed to do? Some kind of "double jeopardy" ought to apply in Ranma's case, surely, but no. When he's a boy, Shampoo only wants him ... but when he's a girl, Shampoo wants him dead!"--Container
Here is Green Wood ( visu )
2 editions published between 1992 and 2004 in English and Japanese and held by 24 libraries worldwide
When a young boy's fist love marries his brother, his last resort is to move into the dorms of the local school. Unfortunately, the school administration places him in the weirdest house on campus with an unusual roommate, and strange neighbors
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2001 in Japanese and held by 23 libraries worldwide
"Akane may be engaged to Ranma officially, but that doesn't mean there are rules for her heart! Too bad the person she likes is also the person who likes Kasumi, her oldest sister. A chiropractor/acupuncturist/moxibustionist who looks after the health of all Furikan's residents, the intriguingly named "Dr. Tofu" (because his head goes all soft at the sight of Kasumi?) has a big job at best that's been made doubly difficult with martial artist Ranma in his care, especially now that Ranma's pathologically misdirected rival, Ryoga Hibiki, has come to town. What can Ranma possibly have done to have made Ryoga so angry?"--Container
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2001 in Japanese and held by 22 libraries worldwide
"At the time, martial arts training hall or "dojo" owner Soun Tendo thought engaging one of his three daughters to Ranma--the son of longtime friend and training partner Genma Saotome--was a good idea, but that was before "he" turned out to be a "she"! Youngest Tendo daughter Akane (who's always claimed to "hate boys" anyway) is quickly nominated for bridal duty by her older sisters, while an unruly Ranma (who never wants to do anything his dad says on general principle) must come to grips with the mixed blessing of his/her own appeal ... to both boys and girls"--Container
Ranma 1/2. the digital dojo : TV anime season 1 DVD box set ( visu )
2 editions published in 2001 in Japanese and held by 22 libraries worldwide
The story of a martial arts teenage boy, Ranma Saotome and the Chinese curse that turns him into a girl and his father into a panda
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2001 in Japanese and held by 21 libraries worldwide
"While it's true that Ranma's arrival into Akane's life has brought lots of troubles, the fact that Akane's a martial artist too should not be forgotten. Case in point: Kodachi "Black Rose" Kuno--twisted sister to Ranma's sometimes-suitor Tatewaki--a sneaky, devious, dishonest (and those are her good points!) gymnast from a rival school who's set to win at any cost. Once an injury takes out Akane, who'll answer Kodachi's challenge? What other girl is in such great shape? Knows martial arts and looks good in a leotard? Can it be that the one fighting to decide who goes steady with Ranma is ... Ranma!? "--Container
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2002 in Japanese and held by 17 libraries worldwide
"Ranma's stomach is put to the test when Akane demands that he eat the quote-unquote cookies she's whipped up in her "home blecch" class. Once Kodashi (Kuno's twisted sister) starts demanding he eat her cookies, too, Ranma must choose: swallow his pride and eat, or get sliced 'n' diced by both chefs! Back in the drama department, Akane is o'er the moon with joy when she lands the role of Juliet in an upcoming play. Kissing may be such sweet sorrow, but being peeped-on by Happosai at a public bathhouse is somehow so much sadder ..."--Container
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2002 in Japanese and held by 17 libraries worldwide
"It's tough enough turning into a li'l black piglet when splashed with cold water, but imagine a transformed Ryoga being kidnapped by some crazed pair of figure-skaters and offered up as a trophy! Meanwhile, Ranma's got trouble too when some stranger shows up at his door, claiming Ranma as his own, and demanding Ranma marry his daughter so that the two can carry on the "Daikoku School of Martials-Arts Restaurant Takeout." (Someone's going to need to be taken out here, that's for sure.) And that's not even mentioning Ranma's newly revealed, pathological fear ..."--Container
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2002 in Japanese and held by 17 libraries worldwide
"Directionally challenged Ryoga comes back from a trip to discover Ranma's been dousing himself with doses of Cologne, Shampoo's great-grandmother (so she does have a name!). The bakusai tenketsu or "Breaking Point" technique may give Ryoga the edge he needs to defeat his rival, but there's a far worse threat on the horizon ... Akane's cooking! Later, Ranma's summoned to the circus by Mousse, who intends to splash Ranma's intended with water from the same spring that brought on Mousse's avian transformation. Better do as he says, Ranma--Mousse isn't above a little fowl play to get what he wants!"--Container
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2002 in Japanese and held by 17 libraries worldwide
"Of all the troubles, the travails, the terrors and the tragedies the Tendo Dojo has had to endure, this latest arrival is by far the most frightening. Meet Happosai, Soun and Genma's erstwhile master, spry old goat and lecher at large! A fabled "Japanese Jusenkyo" said to be located on the Kuno Estate may help with other problems, but who can think with that midget menace around? There's nothing more Ranma would rather say than "goodbye, girl-type," but without the help of Happosai, Ranma may keep having "girl troubles" for a long, long time ..."--Container
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2002 in Japanese and held by 17 libraries worldwide
"It's more in-law trouble for Ranma when Shampoo's great-grandmama comes to town with just one thing on her mind: Help make an honest woman of her great-granddaughter! Close upon the spry old lady's heels comes one of Shampoo's suitors, as well--the myopic Mousse, master of hidden weapons and (duck!) all things avian. The end of his own "girl" troubles may indeed be waiting for Ranma at the end of a "date" with Shampoo, but will he be able to convince "the Ghoul" (as Ranma calls her great-grandmother) to give up the ghost and cough up the cure?"--Container
Ranma 1/2 ( visu )
1 edition published in 2002 in Japanese and held by 12 libraries worldwide
"Things get wild in Furinkan town when ninja Sasuke decides to run away from his master, Kuno. Can one survive without the other? While Kuno deals with his distressed servant, Ranma finds out Furinkan High School may be haunted, Akane falls in love with the first man she lays eyes on, Ryoga and Mousse team up to beat down Ranma, and we even go back in time to see the youths of Cologne and Happosai!"--Container
 
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Alternative Names
望月智充
Languages
Japanese (26)
English (8)
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