The Qwaser of Stigmata: With Yôko Hikasa, Aya Hirano, Kana Hanazawa, Tôru Ohkawa. When tomo and her adopted sister Mafuyu Oribe rescue a strange wounded man, they have no idea what they're getting involved with or what the consequences will be.
The Qwaser of Stigmata ( Japanese: 聖痕のクェイサー, Hepburn: Seikon no Kueisā) is a manga and anime series authored by Hiroyuki Yoshino featuring art by Kenetsu Satō. The series is notable for its violence, fan service, and the use of vital energy coming from women's breasts (referred to as Soma) as a central plot device.
The Magnesium Qwaser's wrath is child's play compared to Mafuyu's rage! Later, Mafuyu discovers that housing Sasha is easier said than done! Play The Qwaser of Stigmata.
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The Qwaser of Stigmata (聖痕のクェイサー Seikon no Kweisā?) is an action ecchi series authored by Hiroyuki Yoshino featuring art by Kenetsu Satō. It is notable for its violence, fanservice, and the use of breast milk as a central plot device. The manga is serialized in the shōnen manga magazine Monthly...
Alexander Nikolaevith Hell is an Iron Qwaser, one of many opposing factions of super-warriors who can each draw upon the power of an element and wield it as an almost unstoppable array of weapons. Unfortunately for Mafuyu, Qwasers require a special liquid diet to manifest their powers, one provided by their Maria, a women chosen to serve as the Qwaser's partner.
The Qwaser of Stigmata (聖痕のクェイサー Seikon no Kueisā?) is an ongoing manga series authored by Hiroyuki Yoshino and featuring art by Kenetsu Satō. It is notable for its heavy violence and use of fanservice, and in particular, the use of breast milk as an actual plot device.
The Qwaser of Stigmata (2010) In St. Mikhailov Academy, Oribe Mafuyu meets a silver-haired boy called Alexander. He is a Qwaser, a being who can manipulate iron and draws his power from breast milk. A mystery surrounding an Icon transforms the academy into the setting for conflict between the various different Qwaser.
The Qwaser of Stigmata. TV 2010. Country: Japanese. Release: 2010-01-09. Status: Finished Airing. Duration: 24 min. Synopsis: At St. Mihailov Academy, a series of serial murders have taken place with all the victims being young women.