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Why is Toru Kouno receiving such an overly warm welcome at his new all boy's school? He has yet to discover the secret system called "Hime (Princess)" in effect at the school. Boys who are chosen have to dress up as a girl in every school event! Little does Kouno know that he would be the chosen one...
Contains the story Tore x Puri (Train x Princess) in volume three.
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This series has some of the best bromance ever, along with well-developed characters that don't fit into cookie-cutter tropes, an easygoing, humorous tone laced with some surprisingly complex character development, and a perfectly well-defined, not too long nor short length to the story. Princess Princess doesn't fit cleanly into a genre: it's neither shoujo, slice of life or shounen-ai, but rather, it draws slight elements from a variety of genres in the best way possible.
... Last updated on June 16th, 2014, 5:20am
Really cute story. The only thing that bugged me was how Akira's eyes change near the end >.> He looked better at the beginning of the manga. I would really have liked for it to continue and see the new princesses ^-^
... Last updated on October 19th, 2013, 4:17pm
This is amazing series! It's a funny and cute male bonding series! At first when I came across this manga I thought it was a Shounen Ai, as I kept reading I was just sitting there thinking "When's the romance going to start" I later realized it was never going to but I don't regret reading this one bit! It's funny, sweet, heartwarming, and good at keeping you relaxed with its steady pace! Never rushed and never slow! If you are looking for a great series to calm down with this is a good story for you!
This series is hilarious! I was pretty ehhhhhhh at first, due to the premise, but it's carried out in such an amazing way I can't help but love it.
Despite any BL tags, I don't really see any of it - and that's actually what I like the most about this manga. Too often there's this whole... sparkly, lovey dovey effect, and it gets old. The boys in Princess Princess are -boys-: girl-liking, down-to-earth, lets-just-get-this-over-with boys. I was a little afraid it was going to devolve into a swoony, sparkly shoujo, but it sets and keeps a firm foundation of hilarious guy-hood.
First Shoujo manga I've read.
Ok so I'm a guy and normally steer well clear of shoujo/josei manga...not to mention anything with the tag shounen-ai/yaoi etc.
But for some unknown reason I picked this series up...and actually enjoyed it. The characters are interesting enough and this being my first true exposure to bishonen characters I found myself doing double takes to confirm that the three main characters are actually males. The plot/theme itself is bizzare yet disturbingly understandable and the comedy is great. I strongly suggest you watch the anime as well if you like this series as it is absolutely hilarious. Hell I've even ordered a copy of it's sequel Princess Princess +. It's that good! Looking forward to it arriving in the mail ^_^
... Last updated on February 27th, 2013, 11:55pm
just for megumi
i actually read this manga because i wanted to see Megumi (The Day of Revolution). anyway, think this is a cool manga. however, this isn't actually my cup of tea. the manga is really funny and the art is quite superb. i was especially interested in seeing Mikoto. hahaha. he's such a comic relief.
... Last updated on May 9th, 2010, 7:00am
Ok, when I first heard of this I was super hesitant. I mean, cross dressing guys in an all boys school is not really my thing, but I had nothing else to read and I'm soooo glad I picked this up!!!! It was hilarious, the artwork was nice, and I just loved the characters! Definately a must read <3
I LOVE it <3 not done it yet... only on the 3rd volume, but its great so far and i can only hope it'll be better~! especially the side story in vol.2 when they visit sakamotos during summer vacation, i couldnt stop laughing >.< Edit: Loved the ending 10/10
... Last updated on September 12th, 2009, 7:41pm
Totally F-ing Amazing
I think this manga is perfection in one of it's greatest forms <3 let's see crossdressing, shonen-ai, bishonen ... hmm sounds pretty damn good so far XDD
Along with the amazing story line and surely interesting characters the art is something to die for i absolutly LOVE this mangaka and seriously use them as insperation for my own art!
I don't give a crap what other people say this manga is a work of pure greatness it has every aspect of what a good manga should hav 1. good plot 2. beautiful art 3. interesting/memorable characters 4. BL (boy love).
Honestly if i were to chose my favorite shonen-ai manga this one would seriously without a doubt tie for first (it would tie with loveless).
In my opinoin you haven't had the full shonen-ai experiance until you've read this manga thought that's just my STRONG(and well edjucated) opinion.
No matter how cute they are, crosdressing guys REALLY aren't my thing. But the manga by this author are, and in the end I gave in and bought them.
While I don't think it's her best work, it's decent and enjoyable, like her past books. I liked it how she implemented characters of her previous books, and how it still made sense! It's a pity that it didn't became a shounen-ai...
All in all, I have to admit that the parts that I enjoyed the most, were her freetalks. About how the concept of the story came, the interactions with Eiki-Eiki, losing weight, and how PiriPiri got a dramacd, anime and Live-drama, I liked them all! Especially the fat beer that represents the mangaka (too bad it lost weight )