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Hime-chan's Ribbon Manga Gets 1-Shot After 21 Years

posted on by Karen Ressler
Original shojo fantasy inspired TV anime, novel, musical, remake

The July issue of Shueisha's Ribon magazine announced on Wednesday that Megumi Mizusawa's Hime-chan no Ribon (Hime-chan's Ribbon) manga will get a new one-shot in the following issue on July 3. The original manga series ran from 1990 to 1994.

The one-shot is part of Ribon magazine's 60th anniversary celebration. It will be 32 pages long.

In the manga, Princess Erika of the parallel-world Magic Kingdom gives a human tomboy named Himeko a magical ribbon that can transform her into any person she sees.

Toei Animation adapted the original manga into a popular 61-episode television anime series from 1992 to 1993. The manga also inspired novel and musical adaptations, as well as a 2009-2010 remake by Shiho Komiyuno (Demashita! PowerPuff Girls Z).

Source: Comic Natalie

Image © Megumi Mizusawa / Shueisha


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