Natsuhiko Kyogoku's best-selling suspense novel "Loups-Garous - Kihi subeki Okami" ("Loups-Garous: Wolves to be Repelled") was originally published in Japan in 2001. The story incorporates ideas submitted by readers of the magazines "Animage" and "Chara," who where asked to send their image of a possible near future. The novel has sold 130,000 copies so far.
World-hit TV series "Blood+" helmer Junichi Fujisaku directed.
All-girls rock band SCANDAL contributed the music and was an effective part of the story concept. Formed in 2006, SCANDAL is from Osaka, composed of Haruna, Tomomi, Mami and Rina, all high-school students at the time.
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Foreign Language Title: "ルー=ガルー."
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