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Jigoku Sensei Nube Wiki
Wiki founding: March 18, 2013
Page count: 29
Last checked: October 22, 2016


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Shōnen searchgray_iconsmall.png
Media:
Anime, Manga, OVA, Film

Hell Teacher Nūbē (地獄先生ぬ〜べ〜, Jigoku Sensei Nūbē?) is a horror-comedy manga created by the collaborative efforts of writer Shō Makura and artist Takeshi Okano in Shueisha's manga anthology book Weekly Shōnen Jump. The series ran for 276 chapters (not including the two pilot chapters where Nūbē was known as Nubo (ぬ〜ぼ〜 Nūbō)) from Issue 38, 1993 through Issue 24, 1999. A 49-episode anime series based on the manga was created by Toei Animation, and aired from 1996–1997 on TV Asahi. The anime resulted in three movies and three OVA episodes. A spinoff story for Izuna Hazuki the itako-girl, Izuna the Spiritual Medium, has been running in Oh Super Jump since July 2007. Furthermore, there is a sequel to the spin off with Izuna titled Reibai Izuna: Ascension started in 2011 and onward. Also recently, May 2014, a Hell Teacher Nube sequel has started with the premise of ten years having passed with Kyoko becoming a teacher at the Dōmori Elementary and Nube returning to the school from Kyushu.

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Hell Teacher Nūbē is a horror-comedy manga created by the collaborative efforts of writer Shō Makura and artist Takeshi Okano in Shueisha's manga anthology book Weekly Shōnen Jump. The series ran for 276 chapters (not including the two pilot chapters where Nūbē was known as Nubo from Issue 38, 1993 through Issue 24, 1999. A 49-episode anime series based on the manga was created by Toei Animation, and aired from 1996–1997 on TV Asahi. The anime resulted in three movies and three OVA episodes. A spinoff story for Izuna Hazuki the itako-girl, Izuna the Spiritual Medium has been running in Oh, Super Jump since July 2007.

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