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Pet (ペット, Petto) is a manga series written and illustrated by Ranjō Miyake. It had an anime adaptation first scheduled for October 2019. This was then rescheduled and began airing January 5, 2020, directed by Takahiro Omori and adaptated by Geno Studio.

A sequel entitled Fish is scheduled for Winter 2020.

PlotEdit

In a world where some have the power to enter people's minds, there is also a danger. The power of controlling memories can be used as a weapon or tool. Mysteries can be erased, minds can be destroyed.

However, this power can backfire and eat up one's heart. To counter it, chains are used to lock and protect each other's weak and dangerous heart. From one's growing fear and disdain, they're consequently called "Pet."

Characters Edit

VolumesEdit

The first iteration of the manga was serialized in Shogakukan's seinen manga magazine, Weekly Big Comic Spirits beginning January 30, 2003 and concluding December 25, 2003.

The five-volume remastered edition was published by Enterbrain beginning October 26, 2009, and completing January 29, 2010.

Volume 1
Original Volume 1 Remastered Volume 1
Japanese release date: January 30, 2003 Released: October 26, 2009
ISBN 978-4091866516 ISBN 978-4-04-726088-7
Volume 1
Remastered Volume 1 cover
Hiroki on both cover images, contains Chapters:

1. Chapter 1

2. Chapter 2

3. Chapter 3

Volume 2
Original Volume 2 Remastered Volume 2
Japanese release date: January 30, 2003 Released: October 26, 2009
ISBN 978-4091866523 ISBN 978-4-04-726089-4
Volume 2
Remastered Volume 2
Tsukasa on both cover images, contains Chapters:
Volume 3
Original Volume 3 Remastered Volume 3
Japanese release date: May 30, 2003 Released: November 26, 2009
ISBN 978-4091866530 ISBN 978-4-04-726126-6
Volume 3
Remastered Volume 3
Satoru on both cover images, contains Chapters:
Volume 4
Original Volume 4 Remastered Volume 4
Japanese release date: September 30, 2003 Released: December 25, 2009
ISBN 978-4091866547 ISBN 978-4-04-726210-2
Volume 4
Remastered Volume 4
Hayashi on the 2003 Volume 4 cover, Katsuragi on the 2009 Volume 4 cover, contains Chapters:
Volume 5 (260 pages)
Original Volume 5 Remastered Volume 5
Japanese release date: December 25, 2003 Released: January 29, 2010
ISBN 978-4091866554 ISBN 978-4-04-726278-2
Volume 5
Remastered Volume 5
Katsuragi on the 2003 Volume 5 cover, Hayashi on the 2009 Volume 5 cover, contains Chapters:

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