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Haibane Renmei (灰羽連盟), also released in certain countries under the title Ailes Grises (French for grey wings) is a 13-episode anime series by Yoshitoshi ABe. In a wider scope, it also refers to a set of dōjinshi created by him, which was later adapted into the series. The series was directed by Tomokazu Tokoro. Animation was made by Studio RADIX. The music was composed by Kō Ōtani. Producer Yasuyuki Ueda also played a great role in the production.
- The Haibane of Old Home ch. 1
The first volume of the dōjinshi. Covers the first half of the anime's first episode.
- The Haibane of Old Home ch. 2
The second volume. Covers the second half of the first episode.
- Haibane Lifestyle Diary
Released shortly before the series' airing, this one contains short comical strips of the characters as well as some of the concept art for the series.
- The Haibane of Old Home - Extra
Released when the series was already airing, this chapter delves into Reki's childhood and, as such, is quite spoiler heavy.
- Under construction - watch out for falling bricks
The official soundtrack album by Kō Ōtani. Contains music from the series as well as two tracks sung in English. The Japanese release also includes the TV edit of the ending theme Blue Flow by Heart of Air.
- Puchinone (Out of Tracks)
A bonus soundtrack CD included with the first pressing of Cog.03. Contains more ambient music from the series plus the bonus track Adore. Even when added up, the two soundtrack albums still lack some of the scores in the anime.
- Seinaru Shoukei (Longing to become a saint)
- Haibane Renmei Graphic Novel
Officially described as a "full-color adaptation of Yoshitoshi Abe's anime series, presented in the "non-westernized" manga format". The first volume was released on 6th September 2006.