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We Were There (僕等がいたBokura ga Ita) is an on-going Japanese romance manga by Yuki Obata, centering around the high school life of freshman girl, Nanami Takahashi. It has been serialized in Betsucomi since 2002. The series went on hiatus in early 2008, but resumed publication in June 2009. The series is licensed for an English language release in North America by Viz Media. It was adapted into a 26-episode television anime series which aired from July 3 to December 25, 2006.
We Were There was adapted into an anime series by ArtLand which premiered in Japan on July 23, 2006. It aired for twenty-six episodes until its conclusion on December 25, 2006. The episodes were released to nine Region 2 DVDvolumes by Pony Canyon, with each volume containing three episodes, except the final volume which contained two. The first volume was released on October 4, 2006 and the last on June 6, 2007.
FilmEditIn May 2011, production on a live-action film adaption of the manga was announced and the film will be released in two parts. The film is being directed by Solanin and stars Ikuta Toma and Yoshitaka Yuriko. It is expected to be released in Japanese theaters in the spring of 2012.
Two CD soundtracks, produced by Marvelous Entertainment, were released by Geneon Entertainment on February 7, 2007 using music from the anime adaptation. Eternity (永遠 Eien) contained twelve tracks, while Locus (軌跡 Kiseki)contained twenty-two.
A fan book, We Were There Official Fan Book (僕等がいた 公式ファンブックBokura ga Ita Koushiki Fan Bukku) containing character profiles, a summary of the story, and commentary on the series from Obata was published by Shogakukan on November 25, 2005. A 36 page post card book was released December 21, 2007.
- All the appearance of the characters in the anime version of Bokura Ga Ita were based on the film.