What would you like to edit?


Alternative Titles

English: Joan
Japanese: ジャンヌ Jeanne


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 11
Status: Finished
Published: Oct , 1995 to Jul , 1996
Genres: HistoricalHistorical
Authors: Yasuhiko, Yoshikazu (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 6.871 (scored by 118118 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #90212
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #16838
Members: 472
Favorites: 1
Ranked #9021Popularity #16838Members 472
Add to List
Volumes: /3
Chapters: /11
buy from amazon
* Your list is public by default.


Set in Medieval France during the Hundred Years War, Joan is the story of Emil, a young woman raised as a man by Baudricourt, the same person who took Joan of Arc under his wing. Guided by visions of La Pucelle (the name given to Jeanne by followers), Emil seeks to unite France under the divine rule of the King. In her quest, Emil goes to the same places Joan had traveled through, and gains her own followers in the process. However, Emil is opposed by the Dauphin Louis, a brute enforcer who fears no divine power and wishes to make his own bid to rule the country.


Jeanne was published in English by ComicsOne as Joan from October 22 to November 1, 2001.


No characters for this manga have been added to this title. Help improve our database by adding characters for this manga here.

More reviewsReviews

Jul 30, 2016
waxesnostalgic (All reviews)
Before I read this, I breezed through the synopsis and thought that this manga was actually about Joan of Arc. However, it isn't a straight retelling of her story. The main character is Emil, a girl named Emily who was raised as a boy to hide her from her father's family, who wanted to kill her. Since she was a child, Emil has seen visions of Joan of Arc. When she is sent by her foster father to go and support the king in his battle, she becomes able to communicate with Joan's spirit. From that time, Emil's story parallels Joan's, as Emil struggles to read more
Oct 1, 2020
ekubosama (All reviews)
The premise looked interesting, but it seems like the only English scanlations of this manga are extremely poor quality, it annoyed me too much so I didn't read much. Also, it's in full color and read left to right. Just some warnings to anyone looking to read this. The art, if it was in better quality, is beautiful though, it would look great in high quality print form. There does seem to be a print version sold on amazon, used versions from the early 2000s, so if you're looking to read Joan/Jeanne I'd say buy it physically.

I can't submit this until I write more sooooo.... read more

Recent News

Recent Forum Discussion

No discussion topic was found.