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Created by Ken Akamatsu, the A.I. Love You manga series was serialized following the completion of Akamatsu's previous work, Hito Natsu no Kids Game.

First released on the 6th of April 1994 in Japan and finding completion on the 21st of August 1997, an English translation of the series was published by Tokyopop, beginning in February, 2004, and a French translation by Pika Editions.
Following its initial release, the series has proved extremely popular around the world, both commercially and critically, and received numerous industry awards in Japan and North America, as well as praise from critics.

HistoryEdit

Manga VolumesEdit

Chapter List and Story ArcsEdit

  • Introduction Story
  • Random Story
  • Random Story
  • Beach Story (1st)
  • Peter 4 Arc
  • Random Story
  • Random Story
  • Random Story
  • Toeni Arc
  • Stargazing Arc
  • Billy-G Arc
  • Random Story
  • Random Story
  • Christmas Story
  • Aomori Arc (1st)
  • Random Story
  • Forty Arc
  • Boy's Day Story
  • Forty (girl) Story
  • Forty (boy) Story
  • Random Story
  • Beach Story (2nd)
  • Toeni Story
  • Random Story
  • Random Story
  • Random Story
  • Christmas Story (2nd)
  • Aomori Arc (2nd)
  • Forty (boy) Story
  • Sayo Arc
  • Random Story
  • Random Story
  • Cynthia McDougal Arc
  • Beach Story (3rd)
  • Little Mermaid Arc
  • Toeni Story
  • Forty (girl) Story
  • Yayoi Kobe Arc
  • Spider Zero Arc

GalleryEdit

Other AppearancesEdit

Love HinaEdit

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In Love Hina, Ken Akamatsu makes a cameo appearance in the anime OVAs selling copies of the A.I. Love You manga.


See AlsoEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The original Japanese title, A・I が止まらない! (A.I. ga Tomaranai!), is a play on words. While it literally means "A.I. Won’t Stop!" the word "A.I." has several meanings. Besides being the acronym for artificial intelligence, it is also the Japanese word for "love" (愛 ai) and the Japanese transcription of the English word "I" (アイ ai). Tokyopop does their best to recreate this pun with their US release of the series in which this case they added "Love You" to create a pun referring to the statement "I Love You" in A.(I. Love You).
  • The Tokyopop version of the manga went out of print as of August 31, 2009.
Manga
Books 12345678
Other Akamatsuverse
A.I. Love You Cameo ListA.I. Love You Pilgrimages

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