Princess Resurrection (2007– )

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |  Animation, Action, Comedy


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Hiro is killed saving a beautiful woman who is actually part of the demonic royal family and makes him her servant by resurrecting him.


6.6/10
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30 December 2018 | Irishchatter
5
| Some of the Characters were likeable and some weren't. Also the story didn't interest me to be amused by the whole anime itself
I was also disappointed with the English dub version, I only watched it painfully for the first episode and then switched it for the sub in the next episode. Although the Japanese voice actors were better, I just felt that the whole thing didn't interest me enough to fully like it. I mean it really had potential like I have never seen a actual princess in an anime be so badass! However it was so disappointing like they added such pointless characters like the whingy boy, his dopey sister maid and that other little girl maid robot that keeps saying "Haga" for no absoulete reason. I would absouletely love if she didn't exist as a character in this so that she doesn't annoy me with that painfully atrocious word ever again! Although it's too late as its still lingering in my head for so many days, even typing this review lol!

I'm only giving it 5/10 for the princess character but with everyone else, they should've been redone again so that the writers can create better replaceable characters instead in this anime as well as the manga...

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Genres

Animation | Action | Comedy | Horror

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Release Date:

12 April 2007

Language

Japanese, English


Country of Origin

Japan

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