Series: Aqua

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Aqua, Vol. 1 by Kozue Amano1
Aqua by Kozue Amano2
Aqua, Vol. 2 by Kozue Amano2

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Series description

This short series is the prequel to the ARIA manga series. These two volumes were published in a different magazine before the story switched to Mag Garden's Comic Blade and received a change in title.

The AQUA series shows the first two seasons that Akari Mizunashi spends on the planet Aqua (formerly known as Mars), in training to become an Undine.

Genre: seinen, slice of life

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