Mermaid's Forest/Mermaid's Scar
Yuta has lived for centuries traveling throughout Japan, not daring to stay in one place for too long, searching...searching for a cure for the immortality gained by partaking in the curse of the mermaid's flesh.....
So he travels the land search for the cure told to him by and old woman. The to be cured of immortality he must seek out a mermaid. He is joined by another that has the fate of being immortal, together they travel the world search for this cure and their long travels bring danger love and many other things in their life.
- The Mermaid's Curse Trilogy
- Anime Colony: Mermaid's Scar
- Animetric.com >> Anime Reviews >> Mermaid's Scar / Ningyo no Kizu
- Anime Colony: Mermaid's Forest OVA
- MERMAID SAGA
- mermaid bubble : A Mermaid Saga Site
- Ningyo no Mori
- Mermaid's Scar
Rumiko Takahashi Biography
Rumiko Takahashi was born in 1957 in Niigata Japan. She attended women's college in Tokyo, where she began studying comics with Kazuo Koike, author of Cyring Freeman. In 1978, she won a prize in Shogukukan's annual "New Comic Artist Contest," and in that same year her boy-meets-alien comedy series Lum*Urusei Yatsura began appearing in the weekly manga magazine Shônen Sunday. This phenomenally successful series ran for nine years and sold over 22 million copies. Takashi's later Ranma 1/2 series enjoyed greater popularity.
Takahashi is considers by many to be one of the world's most popular manga artists. With the publications of Volume 34 of Ranma 1/2 series in Japan, Takashi's totla sales passed one hundred million copies of her compiled works.
Takahashi's serial titles include Lum*Urusei Yatsura, Ranma 1/2, One-Pound Gospel, Maison Ikkoku, and Inu Yasha. Additionally, Takahashi has drawn many short stories with have been published in America under the title "Rumic Theater", and several installments of a saga known as her "mermaid" series. Most of Takahashi's major stories have also been animated, and are widely available in translation worldwide. Inu-Yasha is her most recent serial story, first published in Shônen Sunday in 1996.