, Saiyūki Reload
and Saiyūki Gaiden
and whatever other names for it that I've missed is a retelling of the classic tale Journey to the West
. As is evident, it is popular enough to have many incarnations. Onward to scans!
A set of four little clear cards for Reload
, purchased at Nekocon 7
. I like this set muchly. ^^x
And here two laminated cards from no particular set, along with the back they both share, purchsed at Nekocon 7
One clear card of Cho Hakkai
and a paper art print of sorts featuring Hakkai
as well, both purchased at Nekocon 7
I don't really know what these are, actually. They are of a thin plastic and appear to be designed such that one removes the portion with the character(s) in/on it as well as some other surrounding bits. Zooming in may reveal these tearable edges. I dunno, I just scan things. XD
A set of smaller shitajiki, apparently put out in advance of Gensomaden Saiyuki: The Movie
. We have front and back version of Cho Hakkai
, the smiling one, followed by the same of Sha Gojyo
, the kappa, and lastly the front and back of Son Goku
, the monkey king. I believe there is also a Genjo Sanzo
one, but I don't remember if I purchased it or not. It may turn up as I scan through the backlog.
Here are some unrelated pencil boards of normal size. The first two have front and back scans while the third on until the eighth, inclusive, were either clear and thus had no back to speak of (Besides the front showing through) or had nothing on the back but were not clear. The last has a front and back with content, but I am unsure as to which is which, so guessed, I did, when naming.
Some pages from the Newtype USA May 2003 edition.
A clear folder of the anime-style persuasion, eh?
A set of clear, plastic bookmarks. They're embedded and have to be popped/severed to get out. The part with the bookmarks on it is clear so they provided a background that slips behind them; that is what the first scan is.
Grab the Saiyūki
DVDs at Robert's Anime Corner Store