Was Ranma Cancelled?

An anime television series was created by Studio Deen and aired weekly between April 15, 1989, and September 16, 1989, on Fuji TV for 18 episodes, before being canceled due to low ratings.

Is Ranma Japanese or Chinese?

Ranma is a Japanese teenage boy who has trained in martial arts since early childhood. As a result of falling into an enchanted spring during a training journey in China, he is cursed to transform into a girl when splashed with cold water, while hot water changes him back into a boy.

How does Ranma break the curse?

Ranma tried some of the instant spring of drowned man mix which only works once. It cured his curse (once).

Why does Ranma have red hair?

Nearing the end of Ranma’s time training in China, Ranma stole and ate a large bowl of porridge, without knowing it was made from Dragon’s Whisker. This whisker causes him to have uncontrollable hair growth when in his true form. This does not happen while in his female form.

What is Jusenkyo in Ranma?

In the world of Ranma ½, Jusenkyo seems to sometimes serve as a “training ground” for martial artists, who seek to train through vaulting and dueling atop the bamboo poles that jut out of the many springs.

Who is Jusenkyo?

This article is a stub. You can help Ranma Wiki by expanding it. Jusenkyō no gaido?) is an unnamed man who works at Jusenkyo and usually warns anyone that comes there that they should not train there or they will fall under a grave curse.

What is the Jusenkyo Guide?

It is maintained by the Jusenkyo Guide . Many sad stories have happened in Jusenkyo, mainly that people and animals have drowned (in Japanese, ‘immersion’ was closer to the actual wording, but it was translated as strictly ‘drowned’) in the various pools hundreds or thousands of years ago.

What are the curses of Jusenkyo?

The Curses of Jusenkyo are all Spring-specific, as each spring is named after a specific transition trait. It appears that there can only be one spring per curse, or that no two have simply coincided. Regardless, the curses are all vastly different from each other and some may even defy common logic.