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Princess Knight (リボンの騎士) =Tezuka World= (6)

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This time, will taking up Princess Knight (リボンの騎士). This Tezuka's work also has many fans in the wrold.
Princess Knight (リボンの騎士, Ribbon no Kishi) is a Japanese manga that ran through four serializations from 1954 to 1968, as well as a 1967 Japanese children's animated series called Ribbon no Kishi.
This time, will taking up Princess Knight (リボンの騎士). This Tezuka's work also has many fans in the wrold.

Princess Knight (リボンの騎士, Ribbon no Kishi) is a Japanese manga that ran through four serializations from 1954 to 1968, as well as a 1967 Japanese children's animated series called Ribbon no Kishi. It was dubbed into English and brought over to Western audiences in 1970, where it was called Choppy and the Princess. In 1973, this series was dubbed in Portuguese and premiered in Brazil, where it still has many fans. The original Japanese animation was created by Osamu Tezuka, the "father of manga", who is probably best known in the West as the creator of Tetsuwan Atom, aka Astro Boy. Princess Knight had a similar animation and character design style as Astro Boy, and was targeted towards the same age range. The series was one of the earliest anime produced in color. It also had a profound influence on the women who would eventually come to revolutionize the genre of shojo manga.



Princess Knight was released in 2001 in the United States in a bilingual (English/Japanese) edition by Kodansha International, however the edition is out of print and can be hard to find. It has since been licensed by Viz Media. A preview of the manga was released in the July issue of Viz Media's shojo magazine, Shojo Beat.
A manga revival of the story, titled Sapphire: Princess Knight, by Natsuko Takahashi and Pink Hanamori has been announced and will be launched in the May 2008 issue of Nakayoshi.

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For the most part the story of both the manga and the serializations is the same, with only the second serialization (known as Twin Knight) and to some extent the fourth serialization being significantly different.

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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.
By A.S. on 1 Oct., 2008
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