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Princess Resurrection (怪物王女, Kaibutsu Ōjo; lit. "Monster Princess") is an supernatural manga by Yasunori Mitsunaga that serialised in the Monthly Shōnen Sirius magazine from July 2005 to April 2013. The story portrays a boy (Hiro) who encounters a young woman (Hime) whom he must serve. An anime adaptation of the series, by Madhouse, began airing on April 13, 2007 on TBS, BS-i, KBS Kyoto and its affiliated TV networks. The chief animation director and character designer for the anime series is Kazuya Kuroda and it is directed by Masayuki Sakoi.

The anime series has been licensed by Sentai Filmworks. It was released in 2 13 episode sets in mid-2009. It also played on the Anime Network's VOD feed, and is currently streaming on its online player.

The manga has been licensed by Del Rey Manga in English, Pika Edition in French and Egmont in German. The first seven volumes have been released in English, the first being released on May 1, 2007.

A 3 episode OVA series was produced by Tatsunoko Production and released between December 2010 and October 2011.


Hiro Hiyorimi is a boy who has just moved to the city to meet his sister. While walking down the sidewalk, he is suddenly hit by a car (crushed by construction beams in the anime). On the verge of death, he is seen by a young woman clad in gothic clothes. She then resurrects him, leaving him alive in the hospital morgue. He wakes up confused over what happened, only to encounter the woman again as she eliminates some wolf creatures. She addresses Hiro as "her servant" and introduces herself as "Hime" (Japanese for Princess). The story then follows Hiro as he assists Hime in killing creatures that have been sent by her siblings to attack her.

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