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Corpse Princess Wiki
Wiki founding: June 29, 2011
Page count: 82
Last checked: July 19, 2017


Genre:
Action Icon - Search.png, Fantasy Icon - Search.png, Horror Icon - Search.png, Supernatural Icon - Search.png
Tags:
Death Icon - Search.png, Girls with Guns Icon - Search.png
Media:
Anime, Manga, OVA, Audio Drama

Shikabane Hime (屍姫, Shikabane Hime, lit. "Corpse Princess") is a manga written and illustrated by Yoshiichi Akahito. It is serialized in Monthly Shōnen Gangan from April 12, 2005. Gainax and Feel partnered together to adapt it into an anime series. The first season, Aka, premiered on AT-X on October 2, 2008. A second season, Kuro, aired between January and March 2009. The anime is licensed for North American distribution and release by Funimation Entertainment.

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The story starts off with a bunch of high school students, taking the dare to go up to this abandoned building that has been half destroyed by a fire. It was rumored to be haunted. Just a rumor, right? Not when real corpses start showing up, and they start feeling things grabbing them, and finally zombies going after them! Shikabane Hime is there to save the day. The immortal girl, “Shikabane Hime,” has the mission to “kill” 108 corpses. It’s a contract she has between herself and the Buddhist monk, Keisei. After 108 corpses, she will finally get her happiness and go to heaven.

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