Ranma, Shampoo and P-chan have inspired charms, t-shirts and tote
In September, 1987, a few months after wrapping up a six and a half year run of Maison Ikkoku in Big Comic Spirits, Rumiko Takahashi went back to shonen with Ranma 1/2, a martial arts sex comedy that ran almost nine years and sold over 50 million copies in Japan. Now, as it celebrates its 30th anniversary, Cospa is lining up the goods.
The latest offerings include Ranma, Shampoo and P-chan acrylic charms, selling for 864yen as key chains or cell phpne straps. The trio also have new t-shirts, selling for 3,132yen each, with an extra Shampoo full-color at 4,320yen and P-chan tote at 1,944yen.