Kaibutsu Oujo

Princess Resurrection

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Synonyms: Kaibutsu Ohjo, Monster Princess
Japanese: 怪物王女
English: Princess Resurrection
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Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 13, 2007 to Sep 28, 2007
Premiered: Spring 2007
Broadcast: Fridays at 01:55 (JST)
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, ComedyComedy, HorrorHorror, SupernaturalSupernatural
Theme: VampireVampire
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.001 (scored by 2481924,819 users)
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Ranked: #38242
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Popularity: #2016
Members: 72,194
Favorites: 185

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When Hiro Hiyorimi tries to save a beautiful young woman from certain death, he ends up a dead hero himself! However, since the drop-dead girl is Hime, daughter of the King of the Monsters, his "reward" is to come back as a not-quite-living soldier in her honor guard of horror! That means helping fight off the army of supernatural monstrosities Hime's siblings are unleashing against her in hopes of moving up the ladder of succession.

And if facing off with vampires and zombies isn't bad enough, how can anyone be prepared for the REALLY weird ones, like were-sharks, pandas and killer dumplings? This sure as hell isn't the afterlife Hiro was hoping for, but the really sad part is that Hime is the good girl in all of this... or at least as close to good as you can come when you're on the wrong side of the gates of hell!

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Characters & Voice Actors


Shimizu, Ai


Ohara, Sayaka

Hiyorimi, Sawawa

Minaguchi, Yuko


Yoshida, Mayumi

Ryu Ryu

Katou, Akio


Sakoi, Masayuki
Takakuwa, Hajime
Sound Director
Takahashi, Takeo
Episode Director, Storyboard, Setting
Usui, Fumiaki
Episode Director


Opening Theme

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"BLOOD QUEEN" by Aki Misato

Ending Theme

"Hizamazuite Ashi o Oname (跪いて足をお嘗め/Kneel down and Lick my Feet)" by ALI PROJECT

Aug 19, 2009
Stigs (All reviews)
Welcome to another example of a show that could have been great, should have been great and would have been great if not only for the fact that 95% of the stuff this show is made of completely ruins it.

Usually I leave the writing of reviews to others, but for some reason I really felt it as my personal duty to share my experience with Princess Resurrection; the story of a naive anime watcher that was lured in, saw his hopes scattered everywhere, and now stands guard to prevent other people from going through the same.

[Story 4/10]
The plot used in this series isn't something read more
Jun 12, 2009
DarkGyraen (All reviews)
If anything good came from me watching the 26 episodes of Princess Resurrection, it’s only that I can write this review in good conscience in order to try and prevent other people from wasting their time. In all honesty, there isn’t really any good reason for anyone to spend their time on this show, so don’t! However, I don’t make such statements without reason, so if you’d like to know why I feel that way, continue reading.

Story: There’s a story here, but you’d barely know that. Our main character Hiro is killed 5 minutes into the show when some steel beams read more
Sep 16, 2009
Colonelfancy (All reviews)
When I first came across the Princess Resurrection manga, I bought it out of boredom. The summary on the back didn't impress me, but I was out of things to read at the time. I find myself now on volume six of this series, and when I first was aware of the anime, I really wanted to see it. After watching all 26 episodes, I was split down the middle, but found that it's kind of an enjoyable filler show if you are familiar with the manga.
STORY: As said, most of the anime is filler, but the general basis of the plot is read more
Feb 10, 2008
Zombiee (All reviews)
Monster Princess is about how a guy (Hiro) who saves Hime (Princess Of Resurrection / Monsters) but gets himself killed in the process. Hime gives Hiro a flame of life which means that he can't die by ordinary means. In order for him to live he must stand by Hime and receive the flame of life every few days. Those who recieve the flame are also known as servants as the Royal Family. Hiro is a servent.

It's great. The only bad point that it gets tedious after a while but it has a great storyline and some funny parts too. It's a shame that read more


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