The Twin Knights

The Twin Knights A gem from the fifties when the legendary master was most deeply involved in girls comics Twin Knights is than just a sequel to the shojo manga milestone Princess Knight More close addressing issue o

  • Title: The Twin Knights
  • Author: Osamu Tezuka
  • ISBN: 9781939130013
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Twin Knights

    A gem from the fifties when the legendary master was most deeply involved in girls comics, Twin Knights is than just a sequel to the shojo manga milestone Princess Knight More close addressing issue of station as well as gender, this one volume tale has all the antic innocence of the early Tezuka even as it revises the famous works premise, doing away with theA gem from the fifties when the legendary master was most deeply involved in girls comics, Twin Knights is than just a sequel to the shojo manga milestone Princess Knight More close addressing issue of station as well as gender, this one volume tale has all the antic innocence of the early Tezuka even as it revises the famous works premise, doing away with the conceit of boy and girl hearts and invoking the vagaies of chance and power in their place.

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    1. Mi

      Shortly after their birth, Prince Daisy is kidnapped and his twin, Princess Violetta, is raised to play both their roles. The kingdom is unaware that their prince and princess is indeed the same person, but when Princess Violetta is found out, her only hope is to find her long lost brother. She befriends a band of Gypsies, meets a prince and confuses all with her gender as she poses as the Ribbon Knight during her quest to find Prince Daisy.The Twin Knights is the sequel to Princess Knight which [...]

    2. D.M. Dutcher

      This is a sequel to Tezuka's Princess Knight series. Sapphire has married Franz, and has given birth to twins: the prince Daisy and princess Violetta. Unfortunately the kingdom is divided on which twin should inherit the throne to point of violence. When the Prince is chosen at random to inherit the throne, he is kidnapped, and drama ensuesIt's good, but I don't think it works as well as the original series. There are some fine scenes and characters, like how Daisy survived when he was abandoned [...]

    3. Sharon

      "The Twin Knights" is Osamu Tezuka's sequel to "Princess Knight." Princess Sapphire has left her cross-dressing days behind her and is now the queen of Silverland. When she gives birth to twins, a boy and a girl, however, the old story springs back to life. The question of succession becomes an issue and the villains are a duke and duchess, a witch, and a general populace without a clue. The boy twin is abducted and left for dead in the forest where he is taken in and raised by a deer fawn (who [...]

    4. Skjam!

      This is a sequel to the classic Osamu Tezuka work Princess Knight (“Ribon no Kishi” or “The Ribbon Knight” in Japanese), about Sapphire, a princess raised as a boy due to strange circumstances. Queen Sapphire is now married and gives birth to twins, Prince Daisy and Princess Violetta. There’s a question of succession, as the inheritance rules were changed to allow women to ascend the throne of Silverland, but don’t account for twins.The equivalent of a coin flip makes Prince Daisy th [...]

    5. Jocilyn

      60 Year Old Gender Queer manga=incredible!I really enjoyed Twin Knights, though I'm generally not a Tezuka fan. Maybe I will be in the future. The Twin Knights is sequel/continuation of the story started in Princess Knight. I personally enjoyed Twin Knights more, probably because the plot was cuter (though not necessarily more believable) and contained better characters. It seems like this is a little-known or less popular Tezuka manga? I'm not at all sure why that would be; it's my favorite amo [...]

    6. Selena

      Better than Princess Knight, Vol. 01, I think. I also liked all the characters as a whole more than I liked those of its predecessor. It was still comically over the top, too, but the pacing was a little better, I think.

    7. Russell Grant

      Fun sequel to his PRINCESS KNIGHT series, only even more gender bendy. Nothing else to say, other than it ends really abruptly so I suspect he either ran out of ideas or the original publisher dumped it. It does have an ending though, so it's worth checking out if you're a fan.

    8. David Schaafsma

      Manga for girls from the godfather of manga, a sequel to Princess Knight, which I have not yet read, but this stands alone very well and is good on all fronts, really.

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