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      The Familiar of Zero
      ゼロの使い魔
      (Zero no Tsukaima)
      GenreAdventure, Fantasy, Harem, Romantic comedy
      Light novel
      Written byNoboru Yamaguchi
      Illustrated byEiji Usatsuka
      Published byMedia Factory
      English publisher
      DemographicMale
      ImprintMF Bunko J
      Original runJune 25, 2004 – ongoing
      Volumes20
      Anime television series
      Directed byYoshiaki Iwasaki
      StudioJ.C.Staff
      Licensed by
      Geneon (expired)
      NetworkCTC
      Original runJuly 3, 2006September 25, 2006
      Episodes13 (List of episodes)
      Manga
      Zero's Familiar
      Illustrated byNana Mochizuki
      Published byMedia Factory
      English publisher
      DemographicSeinen
      MagazineMonthly Comic Alive
      Original runAugust 2006October 2009
      Volumes7
      Light novel
      Zero no Tsukaima Gaiden: Tabatha no Bōken
      Written byNoboru Yamaguchi
      Illustrated byEiji Usatsuka
      Published byMedia Factory
      DemographicMale
      ImprintMF Bunko J
      Original runOctober 25, 2006March 25, 2009
      Volumes3
      Game
      Zero no Tsukaima: Shōakuma to Shunpū Concerto
      DeveloperMarvelous Interactive
      PublisherMarvelous Interactive
      GenreVisual novel
      RatingCERO: B
      PlatformPlayStation 2
      ReleasedFebruary 15, 2007
      Anime television series
      Zero no Tsukaima: Futatsuki no Kishi
      Directed byYū Kō
      StudioJ.C.Staff
      NetworkCTC, tvk
      Original runJuly 9, 2007September 24, 2007
      Episodes12 (List of episodes)
      Game
      Zero no Tsukaima: Muma ga Tsumugu Yokaze no Fantasy
      DeveloperMarvelous Interactive
      PublisherMarvelous Interactive
      GenreVisual novel
      RatingCERO: B
      PlatformPlayStation 2
      ReleasedNovember 29, 2007
      Manga
      Zero no Tsukaima Gaiden: Tabatha no Bōken
      Written byTakuto Kon
      Published byMedia Factory
      DemographicSeinen
      MagazineMonthly Comic Alive
      Original runDecember 2007August 2010
      Volumes5
      Anime television series
      Zero no Tsukaima: Princesse no Rondo
      Directed byYū Kō
      StudioJ.C.Staff
      NetworkCTC, tvk
      English network
      Original runJuly 6, 2008September 21, 2008
      Episodes12 (List of episodes)
      Game
      Zero no Tsukaima: Maigo no Period to Ikusen no Symphony
      DeveloperMarvelous Interactive
      PublisherMarvelous Interactive
      GenreVisual novel
      RatingCERO: B
      PlatformPlayStation 2
      ReleasedNovember 27, 2008
      Original video animation
      Zero no Tsukaima: Princesses no Rondo
      Directed byYū Kō
      StudioJ.C.Staff
      ReleasedDecember 24, 2008
      Runtime24 minutes
      Light novel
      Reppū no Kishihime
      Written byNoboru Yamaguchi
      Illustrated byEiji Usatsuka
      Published byMedia Factory
      DemographicMale
      ImprintMF Bunko J
      Original runOctober 23, 2009March 25, 2010
      Volumes2
      Manga
      Zero no Tsukaima Chevalier
      Written byHiga Yukari
      Published byMedia Factory
      DemographicSeinen
      MagazineMonthly Comic Alive
      Original runMarch 2010 – ongoing
      Volumes2
      Anime television series
      Zero no Tsukaima F
      Directed byYoshiaki Iwasaki
      StudioJ.C.Staff
      Licensed by
      NetworkAT-X
      Original runJanuary 7, 2012March 24, 2012
      Episodes12 (List of episodes)
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      The Familiar of Zero (ゼロの使い魔, Zero no Tsukaima) is a fantasy and comedy-oriented series of Japanese light novels written by Noboru Yamaguchi, with illustrations by Eiji Usatsuka. Media Factory published the first volume in June 2004 and 20 volumes have been released as of February 2011. The story features several characters from the second year class of a magic academy in a fictional magical world with the main characters being the inept mage Louise and her familiar from Earth, Saito Hiraga.

      Between 2006 and 2012, the series was adapted by J.C.Staff into four anime television series and an additional original video animation episode. The first anime series was licensed by Geneon Entertainment in English, but the license expired in 2011. A manga version drawn by Nana Mochizuki was serialized in Media Factory's manga magazine Monthly Comic Alive between August 2006 and October 2009. The manga is licensed by Seven Seas Entertainment for release in North America. Three additional spin-off manga were also created, as were three visual novels.