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Princess Tutu

Alternative Titles

Japanese: プリンセスチュチュ
English: Princess Tutu
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Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 10
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 19, 2002 to May 19, 2003
Genres: Drama Drama, Fantasy Fantasy
Themes: Mahou Shoujo Mahou Shoujo, Performing Arts Performing Arts
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Champion RED
Authors: Shinonome, Mizuo (Art), Satou, Junichi (Story), Itou, Ikuko (Story)

Statistics

Score: 6.051 (scored by 15851,585 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #185992
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Popularity: #5791
Members: 3,484
Favorites: 33

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Synopsis

13-year-old ballet student Ahiru is clumsy, good-hearted and sweet... and has a big secret. The mysterious Drosselmayer morphed a young duck into a girl to give her a mission: help a Prince to get the parts of his heart back. With that in mind, she morphs into Princess Tutu, whose magical dances ease the pain and purifies the bad feelings.

(Source: ANN)

Background

Princess Tutu was published in English by ADV Manga on January 18 and October 11, 2005, respectively.

Characters

Neko-sensei
Supporting
Mai
Supporting
Yuma
Supporting

Reviews

May 14, 2010
Princess Tutu is a very nice manga. It's cute, it's got nice characters, and it's got a good plotline. It's one of those magical-girl romance shoujo type things that alot of people like, including me. It's been awhile since I read it, so sorry if I'm alittle off about things. So, yeah. There are magical girls, princes, ect, ect. Not much more to say, it's just a really short but sweet manga, and I reccomend it.
Aug 2, 2022
Mixed Feelings
Since the manga's story is different from the anime's plot, it would be unfair to compare them here, especially since the manga does a good job of standing out on its own as it is. While the plot is predictable, it's enjoyable and the fairy tale ballet concept of the series makes this manga adaptation worth a look for fans of the magical girl genre. The story is simple and sweet, and there is a lot of charm to Princess Tutu's journey to fulfill her dream and save her prince. There wasn't a moment where the story became boring or confusing, but the minimal background ...
Nov 5, 2008
First off, let me say how much I adore Princess Tutu the anime. It is moving, beautiful, and one of my favorites. Which is what prompted me to buy the first volume of its manga adaptation. Regrettably, the manga falls woefully shot of its anime counterpart. The art is horrendous,Aihru looks like a dumpy five year old, and Mytho looks just as bad. The story was completely slaughtered and made into a childish, cheesy mess (instead of dancing with people, Tutu dances/battles such adversaries as giant fish and teddy bears. Sadly I am not kidding). Key characters from the anime such as Drosselmyer, never ...

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