Princess Minerva
Princess Minerva
Princess Minerva
Princess Minerva
Princess Minerva
Princess Minerva


Our Rating: 1 star
Reader’s Rating: 0 stars

Volumes
Total # of Volumes: 1

1: Princess Minerva

Review:

A Sailor Moon wannabe with aspirations to become a series, Princess Minerva is a throwaway.

A thin, confusing plot, forgettable characters and terrible American voice acting all combine to create 45 minutes of discomfort. Unless you absolutely love anything Sailor Moon, avoid Princess Minerva.

Volume 1: "Princess Minerva" Plot Summary:

Princess Minerva, a selfish, stuck-up teenage girl, wants to live a life of adventure and action. This means entering the local martial arts contest. Her level-headed and faithful servant, Blue Morris, tries in vain to stop her.

Meanwhile, a group of women from different backgrounds (one is a former cleric, the other a warrior, another is an assassin and the last, a bounty hunter) are all looking to become bodyguards to the Princess.

In the wings, trouble lurks in the form of an evil master, Haggun, and his pupil, Dynastar. They want to defeat Minerva and her father, King Wisler, and seize the throne. Things build to the final conflict, and the prerequisite battle takes place.




Series Details

TV PG
Genre: Sword & Sorcery
Format: VHS
Type: OAV
Languages: English Only
Video: 4:3 NTSC Standard Aspect Ratio
Audio: Dolby Digital
American Release Status: Unavailable

Series Staff
(click on linked names to view a listing of all their works)

Creator: Ko Maisaka
Director: Abe Musashi
Character Designer: Tokuhiro Matsubara
Music: Kenji Kawai
Animation Director: Rei Hanji
Animation Studio: Red, TOHO
Japanese Producers:
Ko Maisaka
Run Ishida
Red
Toho
Group TAC

American Producers: ADV Films

Volume 1 Information

Title: Princess Minerva
Running Time: 45
Number of Episodes On This Volume: 1

Episode Titles

1: Princess Minerva








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