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One great thing about entering the virtual reality of the Com-Net is that any dream really can come true. When Corrector Yui and the other Correctors explore the realm of Fairy Tale Net, they suddenly find themselves bringing their favorite fairy tales to life.
But when Grosser and his henchmen discover them and threaten to delete the Correctors forever, it's time for the crusaders of justice to mount an attack. Joining their fight is a mysterious and handsome young prince. Who can think about love at a time like this? Why, Yui can, of course!
In a world where computers handle everyone's daily needs, the worst has happened: the computers have taken over! Humanity's only hope is Yui Kasuga, a not-so tech savvy school girl who accidentally discovers a living computer program called I.R and is transported into a computer-generated world. Together with I.R, she must fight Grosser, the evil master control program. A digital mix of Sailor Moon and the morphing adventures of Shadow Girl, Yui insists on fighting the sinister viruses in her custom-made fairy suit!
About the Author
Asamiya is the world-renowned creator of Silent Möbius, Dark Angel, and Steam Detectives, among many others. He also collaborated directly with George Lucas in adapting Star Wars: The Phantom Menace to manga and is now working for the first time in color on his first American Publication, Dark Angel: Phoenix Resurrection for Image Comics.
In the year 2020, computers are everywhere. From digital teachers to cars that drive themselves, computers are an integral part of everyone's lives — everyone's, that is, except Yui Kasuga's. The 14-year-old daydreamer can't tell a Pentium chip from a Dorito! Very shortly, she will be called on to save the world from the mother of all computer viruses ... and she can't even be bothered to stay awake in class!
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