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Nude Spike and Wolf Holo

Type: Image (jpg)

Submitter: [anonymous]

Category: Adult / Hentai

Exhibition Date: 2016-09-03 17:26:07 MST

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Holo (ホロ Horo) is a female deity and the protagonist of the light novel, manga and anime series Spice & Wolf.


There was confusion on whether or not her name is spelled Horo or Holo. Yen Press has said that they were instructed by the Japanese licensor that her name was indeed Holo, and Funimation has also used Holo in the English dub of the anime. Also, in Episode 4 of Season 2, Holo is shown as having signed her name as "Holo."

In the mangas, instead of eating the wheat it is seen that she can simply stick her arm in the wheat to turn it into a massive wolf's paw.
She appears in Episode one of the anime Durarara!! as a cardboard cut out that one of the main characters accidentally walks into. She also appears later in the same series as a toy.

Holo snores in her sleep. However she denies it every time it is brought up.

Holo is an agnostic.

In Season 1, Episode 2, Lawrence bought her a pouch and fitted it with a leather cord to use as a drawstring, so she could have her wheat with her at all times.
Holo's voice actress, Ami Koshimizu, also voiced Kallen Kozuki, one of the main heroine from Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion and Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2. The main lead of this anime, Lelouch Lamperouge/Lelouch vi Britannia/Zero, was voiced by Jun Fukuyama who also voiced Kraft Lawrence.
It is notable that the anime was created after both actors, Jun Fukuyama and Ami Koshimizu, won the 1st Seiyu Awards for their respective roles in Code Geass - Lelouch of the Rebellion.

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