Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – gets Special Chapter


tsubasaBy Sean Effendi

This year’s 11th issue of Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine has announced that CLAMP will be drawing a special chapter of Tsubasa: WoRLD CHRoNiCLE for the magainze’s next issue which will release on February 17.


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4 thoughts on “Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – gets Special Chapter

  1. Thanks for the info!

    I really wonder what this will be about, and will this be an actual “full” chapter (at least 15 pages?) or will it be a 4-6 pages long chapter (like the holitsuba specials for example). I guess we will know soon 😉


      • Right bellow “CLAMP” on the scan, I see “4P” written…could it be only 4 pages? @_@

        And something else: do you know if the CCS new books are available for pre order somewhere? I’m used to see books available months before their release dates on amazon, but we are nearing mid feb and there is still no trace of it ^^; I guess I’m stressing it a bit too early, but after the fiasco I went through with the clow cards re-edition (it went out of stock almost instantly! though they announced a few days ago that they would be re-printed in april), I can’t be careful enough!


        • I saw that 4P thing, but I’m not sure if it’s about Tsubasa or that other lady at the bottom of the page. Does it say “grapia”?

          I didn’t see anything about the CCS re-issues, but I also didn’t search for them. Considering that you searched for them, I would assume that there is nothing available yet (which is weird but considering your comment about the clow card book, not completely new). There isn’t a page for them yet in Kodansha’s website and they usually have links to places where you can buy it. You should keep an eye on it.


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