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Orfina changes under CMX

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3:51 am, Jul 24 2007
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From CMX's website:
"A young girl must fulfill her destiny, with the future of a kingdom in the balance! When the forces of Granza attack Fana's homeland, she flees to nearby Cordia."

I don't know how many people have read Kitsune Tennouji's ORFINA series but as the proud owner of the manga series in Japanese print, I find CMX's summary to be... in conflict with what I've read.

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4:35 am, Jul 24 2007
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The only thing I'll say is that CMX doesn't exactly have the best history of good stuff. You ever try reading their version of Tenjou Tenge? Horrible stuff...

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9:39 am, Jul 24 2007
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Well, their parent company IS DC Comics... so I guess company politics played a part in it?

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