Romance, School Life, Fantasy, Magic, Shoujo, Shoujo Ai
Utena Tenjou had a tragic childhood—her parents died when she was young, and she would've drowned, had it not been for her prince who came and rescued her. Because of the impact this prince had on her life, Utena strives to be just like him—to grow up to be a prince, not a princess, and to spread nobility, ultimately finding her prince and bringing revolution.
Published: Jun 1996 to 1997
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Best known for her award-winning work “Kanon,” and also a part of the team that created the illustrious “Revolutionary Girl Utena.” Reading Chiho Saito’s works is like watching a gorgeous historical play or being in a spellbinding waltz. Her strong heroines and their love interests alike are visually beautiful and are always tangled in drama. Although dealing in romance, her storytelling is quite sophisticated and intricate, making her manga engaging reads that will capture the heart of any maiden.See all 11 titles