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Princess Ai Monogatari

Princess Ai Monogatari

Alternative Titles

English: Princess Ai
Synonyms: Princess Ai: The Prism of Midnight Dawn
Japanese: プリンセス・アイ物語


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 17
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 26, 2004 to Jun 25, 2005
Authors: Kujiradou, Misaho (Art), Love, Courtney (Story)
Serialization: Wings


Score: 6.861 (scored by 824 users)
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Ranked: #114032
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Popularity: #5710
Members: 1,696
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A mysterious and beautiful young woman with a hypnotic singing voice named Ai finds herself waking up lost on the cold, hard streets of Tokyo with no memory of who she is or why she's there. She must go on a journey to search for her identity and salvation in this world and beyond. She must piece together clues about who she is, why she's on earth, and the secret of the seemingly deadly heart-shaped box she carries.


Princess Ai Monogatari was created and co-written by American musician and singer Courtney Love and Stuart Levy, the founder of North American publisher and licensor Tokyopop. Mangaka Ai Yazawa provided character designs. The series is a loose adaptation of Courtney Love's life story.

Tokyopop published the series in English as Princess Ai from July 6, 2004 to February 6, 2006. A sequel titled Princess Ai: The Prism of Midnight Dawn has been published since December 9, 2008.



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Apr 23, 2017
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This manga was made at the time when companies like Marvel, Tokyopop, and others were trying to break into the manga craze with titles like Peach Fuzz and the X-Men manga. They imitated Japanese manga, did not understand manga, nor its appeal to western manga fans. Most of these titles were a cross between manga and comic books that were not really either, revolting both American comic book fans and manga fanatics alike. This left little to no audience willing to purchase these products as they lacked both eastern and western identity, possessing only an awkward, uncanny mash-up of something in between. Thus, most of read more


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