Kodoani.com – The January issue of Princess magazine, published by Akita Shoten on Monday, announced that the shoujo manga “Ōke no Monshō” (Crest of the Royal Family or Queen of Egypt) by author Chieko Hosokawa will continue to appear in the next issue, scheduled to launch on December 6. The manga suspended publication on December 3 8 years now.
The story mainly revolves around Carol, an archeology student participating in a research trip to Egypt. When a group explores the Egyptian pharaoh’s tomb, she is cursed and sent back 3,000 years into the past, where she meets Pharaoh Memphis and falls in love with him. Carol, thanks to her strong knowledge of history, became the one who helped Egypt prosper and was revered as the “Daughter of the Nile.” However, she faces many plots and challenges from people who are jealous or want to control her.
Chieko Hosokawa began creating manga in Princess magazine in 1976 and has continuously serialized it in the magazine since then. Akita Shoten published the manga’s 69th compiled book volume on June 15. Toei Animation released a VHS “illustrated story” of the manga in 1988, which included music by Joe Hisaishi, voice acting, and some animated segments. image. This manga served as the basis for a stage musical in 2016.
According to: Kodoani.com