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Ahiru's transformation into Princess Tutu has fulfilled her life-long fantasy, but her charmed new life is not a ballerina's fairytale. Jealousy rules her new magical kingdom, and an envious Princess Kraehe will continue to thwart Ahiru's efforts to win her broken-hearted prince. Princess Tutu will have to toss her tiara aside and become a soldier to fight for the heart of Ahiru's transformation into Princess Tutu has fulfilled her life-long fantasy, but her charmed new life is not a ballerina's fairytale. Jealousy rules her new magical kingdom, and an envious Princess Kraehe will continue to thwart Ahiru's efforts to win her broken-hearted prince. Princess Tutu will have to toss her tiara aside and become a soldier to fight for the heart of the boy she loves.


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Ahiru's transformation into Princess Tutu has fulfilled her life-long fantasy, but her charmed new life is not a ballerina's fairytale. Jealousy rules her new magical kingdom, and an envious Princess Kraehe will continue to thwart Ahiru's efforts to win her broken-hearted prince. Princess Tutu will have to toss her tiara aside and become a soldier to fight for the heart of Ahiru's transformation into Princess Tutu has fulfilled her life-long fantasy, but her charmed new life is not a ballerina's fairytale. Jealousy rules her new magical kingdom, and an envious Princess Kraehe will continue to thwart Ahiru's efforts to win her broken-hearted prince. Princess Tutu will have to toss her tiara aside and become a soldier to fight for the heart of the boy she loves.

30 review for Princess Tutu: Volume 2

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rain Misoa

    Oh... this manga... I can't even begin to tell you the disappointment I have in this manga. I read the first one thinking that it was going to be amazing since I love the anime so much... but it wasn't. It was... meh. Nothing special and I had my problems with some of the character designs... but at least it was still an okay read. This one? Oh, God... why!? Why would you do this to a series like Princess Tutu? It just makes no sense! The amount of fanservice used, the way the completely obliter Oh... this manga... I can't even begin to tell you the disappointment I have in this manga. I read the first one thinking that it was going to be amazing since I love the anime so much... but it wasn't. It was... meh. Nothing special and I had my problems with some of the character designs... but at least it was still an okay read. This one? Oh, God... why!? Why would you do this to a series like Princess Tutu? It just makes no sense! The amount of fanservice used, the way the completely obliterate one of my favorite characters, and dismiss the other is insulting. I'm not going to rage too much about this volume because a lot of what I said in the first volume could be transferred over to this. However, I will mention the few things that apply to this volume solely. First, the art. I already said it was beautiful and all that and I even said how I HATED Edel's new character design... BUT! I just wanted to say that I was right about her being the villain and that the predictability to this manga is just... pathetic. Ugh! What upsets me most is how the heck the mangaka can apologize for making her in such a way... yet chooses for her to wear such a horrible skimpy outfit? It's so frustrating! Speaking of skimpy outfits, the amount of fanservice in this volume... God, just shoot me now! Okay... I'm not a prude. I am not someone who complains about girls huge boobs taking up my screen whenever I watch an anime. That doesn't bother me really. I am used to it seeing as how a huge percentage of anime creators are men. Do I like it? No. Do I mind? Not really. Like I said, I am not a pride. However, when you take a series like Princess Tutu, that's filled with little girls (the main one being only 13 years old) and have them "transform" with "suggestive" expressions on their faces or have them be completely naked without any good reason other than for the viewer's "enjoyment," I have a HUGE problem with it. Dude, there's a scene that's HIGHLY pornographic even with two girls on top of each other, one of them completely nude. I do NOT enjoy seeing that at all. It's basically child pornography. It's disgusting. If that alone wasn't bad enough, the ending to the manga is so cliche and anti-climatic, you will be screaming why you wasted your time on something like this. It's not satisfying. Nothing changed! That's what upsets me the most! NOTHING CHANGES!!! Everything is the same from when you first start reading the manga. Not to mention they completely toss aside another of my favorite characters, Fakir. It's as if the mangaka said, "Nope! He ruins my ship. Get rid of him!" because it is painfully obvious that the managka would have liked to see Ahiru end up with Mytho in the end of the anime. Painfully obvious. *Groans* What a let down this manga was. The only reason it gets a two is because I liked the art and some story elements were okay. If you are a fan of the anime, don't read this. It's just going to upset you and make you want to burn things. Trust me. If you haven't seen the anime, then read the manga... if child pornography and poor plot development is your thing. If none of this appeals to you, then skip it all together. You won't be missing much. Just watch the anime. It's a lot more satisfying than this. And if you want to see Fakiru happen, watch the promotional video... it's WAY more satisfying than this crap ever will be. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go bleach out my brain.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mary ♥

    4/5 stars In the darkness, even love will become hate I am finally done with this. And I have to say that I liked how it turned out. The ending especially made me smile and have the feels. I will dance, to guide my heart I have to say, though that I liked the anime better for the reasons I will state right now. Reasons the Princess Tutu anime was better (view spoiler)[ ♦The Tale Spinners (I cannot believe that the manga did not mention this at all. It probably was the part of Tutu that I loved the mo 4/5 stars In the darkness, even love will become hate I am finally done with this. And I have to say that I liked how it turned out. The ending especially made me smile and have the feels. I will dance, to guide my heart I have to say, though that I liked the anime better for the reasons I will state right now. Reasons the Princess Tutu anime was better (view spoiler)[ ♦The Tale Spinners (I cannot believe that the manga did not mention this at all. It probably was the part of Tutu that I loved the most, maybe because I loved to see Fakir as a writer) ♦ Edel as a good character, a puppet who, despite not having feelings, wanted to taste the human emotions, and for this reason protected the characters till the very end. (yes, in the manga she is a villain) ♦ Drosselmeyer (this can be included in the Tale Spinners thing though) ♦ More details about the world ♦ The Raven (hide spoiler)] Overall, it was a nice experience to be in this world again :) Recommended only if you've seen the anime and like to see something different. If you haven't, watch the anime first ~Mary

  3. 5 out of 5

    Soobie's heartbroken

    Ma che sciocchezza di storia!! La cosa che meno ho capito di tutti e dieci i capitoli è stata il preside gatto che minacciava tutte le studentesse, dicendo che l'avrebbero dovuto sposare. Eppure sembra essere un personaggio molto amato. E a me stava enormemente sulle scatole. Anche la storia... Sigh! Ho fatto tanto fatica a finirla e... credo di essermi persa tra tutte le trasformazioni. Dicono che l'anime sia molto meglio. Non so. Direi che non m'interessa. Ma che sciocchezza di storia!! La cosa che meno ho capito di tutti e dieci i capitoli è stata il preside gatto che minacciava tutte le studentesse, dicendo che l'avrebbero dovuto sposare. Eppure sembra essere un personaggio molto amato. E a me stava enormemente sulle scatole. Anche la storia... Sigh! Ho fatto tanto fatica a finirla e... credo di essermi persa tra tutte le trasformazioni. Dicono che l'anime sia molto meglio. Non so. Direi che non m'interessa.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Priscilla Luzon

    Me gustó mucho más el anime, y no sabía que precisamente salió antes que el manga. El manga va más rápido, cambian unos personajes por otros, algunos no salen, y Edel es completamente diferente (cosa que no me gustó para nada). Aún así, no está tan mal, tiene un final más optimista y me da gusto haberlo leído como complemento al anime 💖

  5. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    Such a cute ending! It’s definitely different from the anime and a lot shorter. But it’s just as cute and fun.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Adelyn

    I left a rant on the first book but honestly just read watch the anime it’s better lol

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jody Mena

    Very cute! This manga is more interesting than I first thought because it can be read on more than one level. The story is very simplistic, so young people can read it easily as merely a story, and it is also full of metaphors for numerous moral lessons, so older and more observant readers can enjoy it as well. I was a bit unsatisfied with the ending, since Ahiru didn't really end up with her prince, which seemed to be what the story was driving at from the very beginning, but that too could be Very cute! This manga is more interesting than I first thought because it can be read on more than one level. The story is very simplistic, so young people can read it easily as merely a story, and it is also full of metaphors for numerous moral lessons, so older and more observant readers can enjoy it as well. I was a bit unsatisfied with the ending, since Ahiru didn't really end up with her prince, which seemed to be what the story was driving at from the very beginning, but that too could be considered a hidden message about life. I think my favorite character was Mr. Cat, he is such a random and oddball character, easily the funniest of all the comic relief, yet he was worked into the story fairly well! And I loved how every time he appeared, he said 'you have to marry me!' in some form or another - after a while, you come to expect it, and its funny to see how it will be worked into the dialogue. Over all, a very cute story, not my favorite, but pretty good anyway. Read it if you've got some free time.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Yang

    let us just pretend this isn't a thing and the anime is on its own with its greatness. let us just pretend this isn't a thing and the anime is on its own with its greatness.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    Such a disappointment. The anime is thousand times better. Don't read this, better watch the anime. Please. Such a disappointment. The anime is thousand times better. Don't read this, better watch the anime. Please.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Bridgett

    A nice conclusion to a short manga differing a fair bit from the also wonderful anime series.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jade Paler

    One of the only times I would say that the series was *so* much better than the manga.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Della

  13. 4 out of 5

    Maegan

  14. 5 out of 5

    Termy

  15. 4 out of 5

    Esha Mimi

  16. 5 out of 5

    Meredith

  17. 4 out of 5

    Keri

    i would like to read it.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Cristeta Ventura

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sarah M

  20. 4 out of 5

    Issys Weiss

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dana Storlee

  22. 5 out of 5

    Bree

  23. 4 out of 5

    Angie

  24. 4 out of 5

    Livia Langley

  25. 5 out of 5

    tg

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ericka

  27. 5 out of 5

    Gabe

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

  29. 4 out of 5

    Eleacia

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ash Russell

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