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Princess Ai: Destitution

Princess Ai Destitution Ai is the only royal princess of Ai Land a magical kingdom caught in the midst of a horrific revolution When Princess Ai makes a hasty escape from her war torn land she finds herself in modern day T

  • Title: Princess Ai: Destitution
  • Author: Courtney Love D.J. Milky (Stu Levy) Misaho Kujiradō
  • ISBN: 9781591826699
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ai is the only royal princess of Ai Land, a magical kingdom caught in the midst of a horrific revolution When Princess Ai makes a hasty escape from her war torn land, she finds herself in modern day Tokyo Confused and in shock, Ai wanders the streets in this strange new land to unravel the secrets that could tear her and her kingdom apart The first volume of PrincessAi is the only royal princess of Ai Land, a magical kingdom caught in the midst of a horrific revolution When Princess Ai makes a hasty escape from her war torn land, she finds herself in modern day Tokyo Confused and in shock, Ai wanders the streets in this strange new land to unravel the secrets that could tear her and her kingdom apart The first volume of Princess Ai is a journey to the heights of fame and fortune found in this world and beyond

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    1. A beautiful blonde in ripped fishnets and not much else finds herself in a strange city, a strange world. She has lost her memory. She can only remember her name, Princess Ai (Ai means Love) and that she can sing. She meets a shaggy-haired guitar-player who works in a library and is kind to cats and other strays. They share a "bond" and he lets her sleep in his bed while he takes the couch. A gentleman! Ai is also a "good girl" she doesn't let anyone touch her even though she immediately lands a [...]

    2. Before I say anything about the actual graphic novel, let me explain the phrase MarySue. MarySue is a commonly used phrase in fandoms where an author has made herself the main character and that character becomes everything the author believes they are or wishes they were.This manga is Courtney Love's MarySue.Princess Ai (Ai meaning Love in Japanese so there's no pretense of who this is suppose to be) ends up in modern day Tokyo with little memory of who she is where she proceeds to sing with a [...]

    3. The main character's name is Ai. Ai is a Japanese name meaning 'Love'. The author's name is Courtney Love.Oh sure, I'll be reading this--but for lulz and lulz alone.--So. I read it.I'm not impressed. The story revolves around Ai, a princess from Ai-Land (yeah) wakes up in the middle of Toyko with no idea who she is or where she's from. The only clue as to her past is a strange mysterious heart shaped box.While I got some significant red flags from Ai regarding whether or not she was a Mary Sue, [...]

    4. A mediocre story. The story is very typical teenage girl day dream stuff. Had some funny moments and some really fantastic art in the way of fashion design but I've read better manga. The end leaves you confused. You may like it as a beginner manga though.

    5. This was fairly disapointing. The only reason I gave it 2 stars is because the art is absolutely georgous. Otherwise this is just another attempt to create a flawless character who is oh so great and everybody loves them. A typical MarySue story.Ai wakes up in Tokyo with no memory of who she is and where she is from. She gets a job singing and everyone immediately falls in love with her and she becomes famous pretty quickly. She mets the ˝perfect˝ guy called Kent who plays guitar.Ai has an ˝a [...]

    6. When I learned that Courtney Love - one of my favorite musicians & inspirational people of all-time - co-created this manga - which I also enjoy reading (such as Cardcaptor Sakura and Soul Eater) - I became so excited!The story is so mysterious and interesting -- it makes me want to continue reading the next two volumes, in order to find out more about Ai's past and all that! The art looks beautiful, the characters are likable, it has music, good humor, and Gothic Lolita-like fashion.Some of [...]

    7. I really enjoyed this book, yes the references to Courtney herself and her life are very blatant but it didn't really bother me as I'm a Courtney fan. I think that maybe the references could have been a little bit more subtly added I don't think it really detracts from the story as I think if Courtney wasn't credited as a creator you may not think that it's linked to her. I recommend it and I'm excited to start the second.

    8. Thought the cover was cute and I was bored so I picked it up using my employee discount. I don't know why the heck I didn't look at the summary or why it didn't click that it was Courtney Love. What I could read of the book was just garbage. It felt familiar in a sour taste in your mouth kind of way. After about 8 pages I was glad I didn't pay full price. It bothers me to not finish a book, but this is the exception. Is this how she really sees herself?

    9. The artwork is very, very, very, very lovely. Even though the story is a bit of a huge cliche, I still enjoy reading this trilogy.^_^

    10. ~3/5(This review is for the whole series.)I was really hoping to love this series, but was oddly not too impressed.Ai is a princess from another world, and she shows up on Earth with no memory, and slowly starts gaining it back by the end of the series, when she has to go back to her own world to save it. The ending was a bit cheesy, and a little open-ended, but it was okay. The character development was just okay—I did like the main romance, but otherwise we didn’t get enough complexity.I d [...]

    11. Manga and anime can promote something and still be decent. For instance, I like Yugioh despite the fact that it only exists to promote the card game because the story works for me. This book seems to be a medium for Courtney Love to promote her song writing and clothing style (neither of which is completely impressive to me). There are numerous parts to the story that are either weird or just corny (Ai-Land?). The biggest thing I dislike is the story element that seems to be appearing more latel [...]

    12. When I found out it was created by America's Sweetheart Courtney Love, I had to have this. Who doesn't love this bitch!?Ai wakes up in a garbage dump (you can imagine Courtney doing the same) and she can't remember a thing. She carries around this heart shaped box necklace and its locked. Hmm? She tries to figure out who she is and where she came from. Will this Courtney Love character figure anything out while selling herself?This is a little jumpy and bizarre but I love it. Complete genius.

    13. This story is romantic and about new discoveries. Princess Ai has a angelic appearance, sometimes has a fierce temper but has a sweet, caring heart. She meets sweet, friendly Kent. Ai discovers about her family and her wings.

    14. I liked this book. The characters are okay but I don't think any are remarkable. The art work is nice but I don't think I'll be rushing to buy book 2.

    15. SOoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo SICK!! I LOVE this manga! The action, the romance, the fantasy, the culio fashion sense, the wicked graphic scene! JUST TOOOO MUCH!!

    16. Oh gosh, this one's left me at a loss for words. What can I really say about this so far? Tropes and a slightly annoying jab at a slightly annoying (and somewhat stereotyped) gay love rival aside, I've really enjoyed what I read in this first volume of Princess Ai. I try not to overthink things too much here, and that's led me to really have fun with this. Hell, I'm not even sure who I'd recommend it to specifically; I think if you're interested, you should give this a try. Even if you don't get [...]

    17. I really wanted to hate this short manga serieson a couple of occassions, I've asked fellow manga-fans whether its wrong that I love Princess Ai. The story is written by three authors, one including Courtney Love, who isn't exactly as popular as she is famous, and I really did believe that this would be an incredibly weak story made just to make some extra bucks. I'm not exactly a fan of Love, and it just seemed like a money-making gimmick, jumping on the cult trend for Japanese manga in the wes [...]

    18. A young, amnesiac girl known only as Princess Ai is mysteriously transported to Tokyo, Japan. With only a heart-shaped box to clue her in on her past, Ai makes her living as a rock star at Club Cupid. She falls in love with a sensitive musician, Kent, much to the distaste of Kent's gay, possessive roommate, Hikaru. But Hikaru is the least of Ai's worries when gun-toting talent agents and demons seeking to take control of Ai's homeland, Ai-Land, are hot on her trailI'm not sure I can articulate e [...]

    19. Princess Ai was an enjoyable novel about a young girl who wakes up in a back alley in Tokyo with no recollection of her past!She quickly becomes acquainted with college student named Kent. Kent helps Ai on her 'mission' of self discovery. Ai then lands a job in the club Cupid(o) where she sings. She continues to visit the library where Kent works each day. In one of her 'reading sessions' at the library she finds a mysterious book and she soon realises she is not from this world but a place call [...]

    20. If you like Courtney Love and her story, This is a Book for you. Its about a Girl who is practically beamed down to Japan (Where Courtney Love supposedly lived and Worked as a Stripper while she was a Teenage Girl) and She doesnt know who she is and is carrying a Heart Shaped Box (Like The Nirvana Song- Heart Shaped Box). She then gets a Job singing at a Stip Club and meets a Gun Toting Music Producer who wants to sign her to his Bosses Label. She however meets a guy by accident named Kent (UhYo [...]

    21. This series is somewhat bizarre to be honest.Subtle is not something that has approached it in any form. Pretentiousness on the other hand.To be brief, 'Ai' wakes up in an alley with no memory or belongings but a 'heart-shaped box'. (Really, really? I mean, you're not even trying to hide it now.) She becomes a rockstar with magic singing, grows wings and people worship her as a goddess because this is a heavy-handed self insert fantasy.Honestly, the entire story is ridiculously childish and read [...]

    22. (Ik heb deze manga in het Nederlands gelezen. Het voelt zo vreemd)Het verhaal is intrigerend, de hoofdpersoon is likeable, het liefdesverhaal tussen Ai en Kent is leuk en de tekeningen zijn prachtig. Het grootste minpunt is echter de huisgenoot van Kent. Hikaru is zo verschrikkelijk irritant en cliché dat het pijn doet. Hij is "de homo", jeweetwel, degene die telkens kattig doet tegen Ai omdat hij denkt dat zij Kent "van hem wil stelen" en die verder niks aan het verhaal toevoegt. Also, hij hee [...]

    23. 2010 bookcrossing journal:Well, continuing on into my wierd journey of 2010 into manga land. This is a kind of collaberation, created by Courtney Love, DJ Milky whoever on earth he is, and the illustrator Misaho Kujiradou.It isn't particularly anything new or amazing, a standard story, and almost a kind of teenage/child princess fantasy but with undertones of bondage and an almost naive portrayal of strip club industries. Princess Ai wakes up in Tokyo with amnesia - no idea why she is here, who [...]

    24. Ai just woke up in an alley, not knowing anything but her name and that she was sent somewhere down to Earth to find something.Not knowing much about the human world and out on the streets since day one, Ai tries to make her way by working at a Hostess Club called Club Cupid. But even though they pay well she still has no place to rest.After finding Ai asleep, laying in the bushes outside his work, a boy she ran into before named Kent carries her to his apartment and promises to let her stay unt [...]

    25. I find it ironic that this manga I'd be interested in is cowritten by Courtney Love, who saying I'm not a big fan of would be an understatement. Her influences from her own life really show in it (also an understatement). I mean, the character's name (Ai = Love herself), the character's love interest (Kent = Kurt) and a heart-shaped box? But I was able to ignore her contribution and still like this series, at least a little. So, am I a bit of a hypocrite? Yes, maybe I am, whatever, but I've alwa [...]

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