School Rumble - Sound School

15 April, 2008

School Rumble (スクールランブル, Sukūru Ramburu?) is a manga serialized in the Weekly Shonen Magazine, created by Jin Kobayashi.[1]

A 26-episode anime adaptation was broadcast on TV Tokyo between October 2004 and April 2005.[2] In December 2005, an OVA was released, containing two special episodes,[3] and a second season titled "School Rumble - Second Term" was broadcast in 2006 between April and September.[4] The next OVA, titled School Rumble 3rd Semester and containing two episodes will be bundled[5] with volumes 21 and 22 of the School Rumble manga, the first of which is to be released on July 17, 2008. Sony PlayStation games were produced in July 2005 and July 2006. The manga is ongoing.

The manga is published in English by Del Rey Manga. Unlike other Del Rey releases, the manga uses the original Japanese naming order (family name followed by the given name) to conserve the puns in the manga.

FUNimation Entertainment released the first volume and starter box set on August 21, 2007.[6] The series features prominently in the ongoing fansub debate, due to the actions of its copyright holder, Media Factory.[7]

School Rumble - Sound School (スクールランブル SOUND SCHOOL, School Rumble - Sound School?) is the first anime soundtrack for the TV series School Rumble, featuring compositions by Toshiyuki Omori. The first pressings of Sound School included a bonus CD-ROM that contained illustrations by School Rumble creator Jin Kobayashi.[5]

Released: January 26, 2005
creator: Jin Kobayashi
compositions by: Toshiyuki Omori

Source: Wikipedia