Princess Resurrection (Japanese: 怪物王女, Hepburn: Kaibutsu Ōjo, lit. "Monster Princess") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yasunori Mitsunaga. It was serialized in Kodansha's shōnen manga magazine Monthly Shōnen Sirius from June 2005 to February 2013, with its chapters collected in 20 tankōbon volumes. The manga was licensed in North America by Del Rey Manga and later by Kodansha USA.

Princess Resurrection
First tankōbon volume cover, featuring Lillianne von Phoenix, also known as Hime
怪物王女
(Kaibutsu Ōjo)
Genre
Manga
Written byYasunori Mitsunaga
Published byKodansha
English publisher
MagazineMonthly Shōnen Sirius
DemographicShōnen
Original run25 June 200526 February 2013
Volumes20
Anime television series
Directed byMasayuki Sakoi
Produced by
  • Kozue Kaneniwa
  • Makoto Sato
  • Yukiko Ninokata
  • Yūka Sakurai
  • Jun’ichirō Tanaka
  • Kentarō Hori
  • Takayuki Kanai
Written byKazuyuki Fudeyasu
Music byMikiya Katakura
StudioMadhouse
Licensed by
Original networkTBS, BS-i, CBC, KBS Kyoto
English network
Original run 13 April 2007 28 September 2007
Episodes26 (24 + 2 extra episodes) (List of episodes)
Original video animation
Directed byKeiichiro Kawaguchi
Produced by
  • Kensuke Tateishi
  • Takashi Yamaguchi
  • Riichiro Umezu (1–2)
  • Jō Tsukamoto (3)
Music byMakoto Takou
StudioTatsunoko Productions
Released 9 December 2010 7 October 2011
Episodes3
Manga
Naqua-Den
Written byYasunori Mitsunaga
Published byKodansha
MagazineMonthly Shōnen Sirius
DemographicShōnen
Original run25 February 201226 September 2014
Volumes6
Manga
Princess Resurrection Nightmare
Written byYasunori Mitsunaga
Published byKodansha
English publisher
  • NA: Kodansha USA (digital)
MagazineMonthly Shōnen Sirius
DemographicShōnen
Original run25 November 201726 March 2021
Volumes7

A 26-episode anime television series adaptation produced by Madhouse was broadcast on TBS from April to September 2007. A three-episode original video animation (OVA) adaptation produced by Tatsunoko Production was released from December 2010 to October 2011. The anime television series was licensed in North America by Sentai Filmworks.

A spin-off manga series, Naqua-Den, was serialized in Monthly Shōnen Sirius from February 2012 to September 2014, with its chapters collected in six tankōbon volumes. A sequel series, titled Princess Resurrection Nightmare, was serialized from November 2017 to March 2021, with its chapters collected in seven tankōbon volumes.

Plot edit

Hiro Hiyorimi is a boy who's just moved to "Sasanaki Village" to meet his sister whose recently been employed by a mysterious young woman that prefers to be called "Hime". Hiro encounters Hime by chance when she and her short yet strong gynoid bodyguard, Flandre arrive; sacrificing himself to push Hime out of the way of a speeding car. However, Hiro suddenly finds himself alive, initially confused as he encounters Hime and unconsciously defends her during her fight with a werewolf. Hime explains that she is a member of the royal family of the Monster Realm which co-exists with the Earth-Realm, revealing her family possess the power to temporary revive the dead as half-immortals bound to serve and protect them. Despite her disinterest, Hime is caught in a war of succession among her siblings for the Monster Kingdom's throne. The story then follows Hiro helping Hime fend off her siblings' supernatural assassins as they're joined by a half-werewolf named Riza and the vampire Reiri, Hime's younger sister, Sherwood and her android bodyguard, Francisca as their neighbors.

Media edit

Manga edit

Written and illustrated by Yasunori Mitsunaga, Princess Resurrection was serialized in Kodansha's shōnen manga magazine Monthly Shōnen Sirius from 25 June 2005 to 26 February 2013.[4][5][6] Kodansha collected its chapters in 20 tankōbon volumes, released from 23 January 2006 to 9 April 2013.[7][8]

In North America, the manga licensed by Del Rey Manga in 2006;[9] they released seven volumes from 1 May 2007 to 24 November 2009.[10][11] In June 2016, Kodansha USA announced that they would release the series digitally.[12] The 20 volumes were released from 26 July 2016 to 21 November 2017.[13][14]

The manga was also licensed in France by Pika Edition,[15] and in Germany by Egmont.[16]

A spin-off manga series, titled Naqua-Den [ja] (南Q阿伝, Nakuaden), was serialized in Monthly Shōnen Sirius from 25 February 2012 to 26 September 2014.[17][18][19] Kodansha collected its chapters in six volumes, released from 9 November 2012 to 9 December 2014.[20][21]

A sequel series, titled Princess Resurrection Nightmare (怪物王女ナイトメア, Kaibutsu Ōjo Naitomea), was serialized in Monthly Shōnen Sirius from 25 November 2017 to 26 March 2021.[22][23][24] Kodansha collected its chapters in seven volumes, released from 9 May 2018 to 6 August 2021.[25][26] In September 2018, Kodansha USA announced that they had license the manga for digital release in English.[27] The seven volumes were released from 30 October 2018 to 4 January 2022.[28][29]

Volumes edit

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 23 January 2006[7]978-4-06-373010-41 May 2007 (Del Rey)[10]
26 July 2016 (Kodansha)[13]
978-0-345-49664-5 (Del Rey)
978-1-6823-3318-1 (Kodansha)
2 23 May 2006[30]978-4-06-373025-828 August 2007 (Del Rey)[1]
26 July 2016 (Kodansha)[31]
978-0-345-49682-9 (Del Rey)
978-1-6823-3319-8 (Kodansha)
3 22 December 2006[32]978-4-06-373048-78 April 2008 (Del Rey)[33]
23 August 2016 (Kodansha)[34]
978-0-345-50140-0 (Del Rey)
978-1-6823-3320-4 (Kodansha)
4 6 April 2007[35]978-4-06-373068-526 August 2008 (Del Rey)[36]
6 September 2016 (Kodansha)[37]
978-0-345-50667-2 (Del Rey)
978-1-6823-3321-1 (Kodansha)
5 23 August 2007[38]978-4-06-373079-127 January 2009 (Del Rey)[39]
20 September 2016 (Kodansha)[40]
978-0-345-50668-9 (Del Rey)
978-1-6823-3345-7 (Kodansha)
6 21 December 2007[41]978-4-06-373096-819 May 2009 (Del Rey)[42]
4 October 2016 (Kodansha)[43]
978-0-345-50806-5 (Del Rey)
978-1-6823-3346-4 (Kodansha)
7 23 May 2008[44]978-4-06-373118-724 November 2009 (Del Rey)[11]
10 October 2016 (Kodansha)[45]
978-0-345-51428-8 (Del Rey)
978-1-6823-3347-1 (Kodansha)
8 3 April 2009[46]978-4-06-373143-96 December 2016[47]978-1-6823-3477-5
9 22 May 2009[48]978-4-06-373173-621 February 2017[49]978-1-6823-3478-2
10 20 November 2009[50]978-4-06-373194-121 March 2017[51]978-1-6823-3622-9
11 23 February 2010[52]978-4-06-376207-54 April 2017[53]978-1-6823-3615-1
12 9 July 2010[54]978-4-06-376223-59 April 2017[55]978-1-6823-3658-8
13 9 December 2010[56]978-4-06-376245-79 May 2017[57]978-1-6823-3697-7
14 9 March 2011[58]978-4-06-376258-723 May 2017[59]978-1-6823-3698-4
15 9 June 2011[60]978-4-06-376270-96 June 2017[61]978-1-6823-3699-1
16 7 October 2011[62]978-4-06-376299-025 July 2017[63]978-1-6823-3725-7
17 9 February 2012[64]978-4-06-376319-522 August 2017[65]978-1-6823-3795-0
18 8 June 2012[66]978-4-06-376345-426 September 2017[67]978-1-6823-3796-7
19 9 November 2012[68]978-4-06-376365-224 October 2017[69]978-1-6823-3864-3
20 9 April 2013[70]978-4-06-376391-121 November 2017[14]978-1-6823-3958-9

Anime edit

A 26-episode anime television series adaptation, produced by Madhouse and directed by Masayuki Sakoi, was broadcast on TBS, BS-i, and KBS Kyoto from 13 April to 28 September 2007.[71][72] The opening theme song is "Blood Queen" by Aki Misato and the ending theme is "Hizamazuite Ashi o Oname" (跪いて足をお嘗め, "Bow Down and Lick My Feet") by Ali Project.[72] An original soundtrack album, Princess Resurrection: Original Soundtrack – Sympathy for the Belonephobia [ja] (怪物王女 オリジナル・サウンドトラック Sympathy for the Belonephobia, Kaibutsu Ōjo Orijinaru Saundotorakku Shinpashī fō za Beronefobia), was released on 3 October 2007; with the exception of Blood Queen, each song was produced by a member of Ali Project.[73]

In North America, the series was licensed for English release by ADV Films in 2008.[74] The series was released under the Sentai Filmworks licensing company and label on two DVD sets, in Japanese with English subtitles, on 17 March and 19 May 2009.[75][76] The entire series was later released on a single DVD volume, in Japanese with English subtitles, on 3 August 2010[77] and with an English dub on 17 January 2012.[78][79] It was licensed in Australia and New Zealand by Siren Visual and released on DVD on 23 March 2012;[80] it was later licensed by Madman Entertainment and released on DVD on 2 June 2021.[81] It was licensed in the United Kingdom by Manga Entertainment and released on DVD on 10 September 2012.[82]

Three original video animation (OVA) episodes, produced by Tatsunoko Production, were bundled with the limited-edition of the 13th, 14th and 16th manga volumes, respectively, which were released on 9 December 2010;[83] 9 March;[84] and 7 October 2011, respectively.[85]

Reception edit

In Jason Thompson's online appendix to Manga: The Complete Guide, he describes the series' plot as being "fun and fast-paced", with "imaginative" action scenes. He also appreciated the manga's references to "classic movie monsters".[86]

See also edit

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