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==Volumes==
 
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|[[File:Vol1 english cover.jpg|thumb|234x234px]]'''Vol. 1'''
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|[[File:Haguretabi Manga Volume 3.jpg|thumb|222x222px]]'''Vol. 3'''
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[[Category:Manga]]

Revision as of 02:51, 20 April 2020

Sorcerous Stabber Orphen, also known as Orphen, is the manga adaptation of the Wayward Journey light novels written by Yoshinobu Akita and illustrated by Hajime Sawada.

Story

The sorcerer Orphen is on a magic-for-hire mission, and along with his wand-wielding understudy and bone-headed companion, he must retrieve a magical ring from the mansion of a beautiful young woman. This should be no sweat for the seasoned sorcerer, but a sweet-tempered maid with an interest in the black arts will complicate an already sticky situation.

Production

The manga is split into two series: Sorcerous Stabber Orphen, which is six volumes long, and Sorcerous Stabber Orphen MAX, a side story that ran for two volumes. In March 2005, ADV Manga released the first volume in North America. 

Volumes

Manga Volumes

Vol1 english cover.jpg
Vol. 1
Haguretabi Manga Volume 2.jpg
Vol. 2
Haguretabi Manga Volume 3.jpg
Vol. 3
Haguretabi Manga Volume 4.jpg
Vol. 4
Vol. 5 Vol. 6
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