Rozen Maiden (2008)
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Rozen Maiden (2008)

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Synonyms: Rozen Maiden II, Rozen Maiden Tales
Japanese: ローゼンメイデン


Type: Manga
Volumes: 10
Chapters: 68
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 17, 2008 to Jan 23, 2014
Genres: Drama Drama, Fantasy Fantasy, Supernatural Supernatural
Theme: Psychological Psychological
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Serialization: Young Jump
Authors: PEACH‐PIT (Story & Art)


Score: 7.911 (scored by 24832,483 users)
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Ranked: #8772
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Popularity: #1935
Members: 7,595
Favorites: 256

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In the original timeline of Rozen Maiden, shut-in Jun Sakurada chose to wind up the sentient Rozen Maiden doll Shinku and help her participate in the Alice Game, a contest between the dolls. But if Jun had chosen not to wind her up, his life would have been very different.

In an alternate universe, Jun has grown up and is in college, but he is gloomy and still bears the scars of his hikikomori past. While working at a bookstore, he finds a weekly book series called "How to Make a Girl," which includes a spring to wind a doll. When he arrives home that night, the next volume in the series is waiting in his apartment, along with a case for the doll and some parts to make the fifth Rozen Maiden, Shinku. But once he has most of the pieces, the books stop coming, and he receives a letter revealing publication has stopped. The letter also states that to get the rest of the doll parts, he will have to retrieve them from a place called the N-Field.

As if things weren't strange enough already, he begins to receive emails from his younger self, asking for his help in defeating the malicious seventh doll, Kirakishou. So with an incomplete doll, Jun enters the N-Field, unaware of the events that will unfold.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]


The original story was put on hiatus after the sudden illness and hospitalization in the Peach Pit duo, and subsequently cancelled by Gentosha. It was then picked up by Shueisha, as an alternative setting story, and title changed to katakana writing.

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Animenger (All reviews)
I noticed that there didn't seem to be any reviews for this particular sequel. Being the huge fan of this series that I am, I decided to take it upon myself to go ahead make one. With that in mind, I'll go right into it.

Story: 10
In order to read and understand this, you have to have read the first Rozen Maiden series and understand that this series is still ongoing. This story is a direct continuation of the first series. While it may seem a bit different and confusing at first, it actually picks up right where the first left off. As for the quality read more


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