Ribbon no Kishi (1963)
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Ribbon no Kishi (1963)

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Synonyms: Princess Knight
Japanese: リボンの騎士


Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 3, 1962 to Sep 3, 1966
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, DramaDrama, FantasyFantasy, MagicMagic, RomanceRomance, ShoujoShoujo, Gender BenderGender Bender
Authors: Tezuka, Osamu (Story & Art)
Serialization: Nakayoshi


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Ranked: #51512
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A remake of the original Ribbon no Kishi, and the much more well-known version of the story.

Taking place in a medieval fairy-tale setting, Princess Knight is the story of young Princess Sapphire who must pretend to be a male prince so she can inherit the throne (as women are not eligible to do so). This deception begins as soon as she is born, as her father the King announces his baby is a boy instead of a girl. The reason for this is that the next-in-line to the throne, Duke Duralumon, is an evil man who would repress the people if he were to become king, and because of this the King will go to any length to prevent him from taking over.

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May 13, 2020
cavc94 (All reviews)
This is the third Tezuka's manga that I read and it was the only disappointing so far. The drawing is excellent and it is very appropiate for the fairytal that Ribbon no Kishi is. On the other hand the story is not that good. Tezuka is constantly introducing new sitations and characters but it feels improvised. He could finish it in so many chapters and it wouldn't make any difference at all. Nevertheless there are some interesting ideas about gender equality and gender roles. An achievement in the 60's Japan I guess. Also most of the characters are simple but great. I think the only read more

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