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Alternative Titles

English: My-HiME
Synonyms: Dancing Princess, Mai HiME, My HiME, My Princess, Princess Mai
Japanese: 舞-HiME


Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 44
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 11, 2004 to Jul 7, 2005
Genres: ActionAction, DramaDrama, EcchiEcchi, Sci-FiSci-Fi, ShounenShounen, HaremHarem
Authors: Kimura, Noboru (Story), Satou, Kenetsu (Art)
Serialization: Shounen Champion


Score: 6.871 (scored by 34343,434 users)
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Ranked: #90522
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Popularity: #2145
Members: 6,626
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Yuuichi Tate is overjoyed: He gets to go to a brand new high school. Of course, then he just happens to find out the school he choose is under frequent attack by strange creatures called ''Orphans'', and the school set up a special task force of female members called ''HiME''s, using various elements as their powers, to battle these invaders. That's not all, though. Each member of the HiME task force has their own, unique ''Key'', another person whom, upon being discovered, can team up with the HiME to create a ''Child'', a combative unit specifically needed to effectively battle these Orphans. And with Yuuichi's luck, he just happens to find out he's not just the ''Key'' for one of the HiMEs, but for two... Two highly competitive, rival schoolgirls. And that's only the start of the trouble.

(Source: Tokyopop)


Mai-HiME was published in English as My-Hime by Tokyopop from November 2006 to January 2008.

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May 10, 2009
torched19 (All reviews)
I just re-read this manga last week and it was still amazing, originally the anime came out first for this series. Thing about this series is that the manga and anime are completely different so you don't feel that your going through the same thing on paper all over again.

Unlike the anime, the manga focuses on Yuuichi Tate while the anime focuses on Mai Tokhia. Being a guy I found that I could relate more to the manga then to the anime regardless the anime did bring in good insights to Yuuichi Tate when called upon, it just felt that the anime read more
Aug 17, 2016
LilGreasyKid (All reviews)
With a name like “Mai-HIME,” you would have thought this series would fulfill all of the reader’s wildest dreams about princesses. I came in expecting to get my very own princess in a neat little box. I was disappointed. Well, to save you the disappointment I suffered, please enjoy this review.

I came into this series expecting a decent harem-fighter. What I got was that, a little bit more and at the same time, a lot less.

You see, Mai-HIME’s central problem lies in its awkward pacing. Some of the earlier, less important fights last a few chapters, while later fights with significant build-up (*coughmaingirlshowdowncough*) read more
Dec 3, 2018
hexashadow13 (All reviews)
This manga is decent enough in terms of action and overarching plot. The action is decently well developed in terms of power and mechanics, though it moves quickly enough and is over too quickly to really begin adding any complexity. The plot in regards to the conflict with the orphans keeps things moving well enough, but it is quite a bit generic. In terms of characters there's a pretty large set for how short the manga was, and though I think that it does create a lot of good characters, beyond the main three most only get trifles in terms of development, and though their short side stories read more
Aug 18, 2008
NanashiMoriko (All reviews)
At the time of writing I have read 3 volumes.

I have to say that I was scared by the start of this manga. I loved the anime and this was so different and fan-servicey that it scared me. I persevered and so far I am glad I did. The fan service has died down and the plots are coming together.

It seems like the plots are coming one after the other rather than one arc. That kinda gives me the feeling that they weren't sure where they were going. But apart from that feeling of uncertainty it seems to be going ok.

The characters (if I stop read more

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