Otenba Peach-hime

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Otenba Peach-hime
Princess Peach artwork for Otenba Peach-hime, 1993
Publisher Shogakukan
Artist(s) Sayuri Jo
Volumes 30

Otenba Peach-hime (Japanese: おてんばピーチ Otenba Pīchi-hime), roughly Tomboy Princess Peach in English, was a manga gag strip by Sayuri Jo (now UeShigeru ☆ Sayuri) which was published by Shogakukan (小学館) in its Shōgaku Sannensei (小学三年生, "Elementary School Third Grade") magazine from 1992 to 1994, and in two issues of its Shōgaku Ninensei (小学二年生, "Elementary School Second Grade") magazine in 1993. It was published in a total of 30 magazines.

As the name suggests, it stars a young version of Princess Peach. Other characters such as Mario, Luigi, Bowser, Pauline and Wendy O. Koopa also appear.

One series of comics titled "こーんな別荘がほしかった" ("I wanted such a villa!") features Princess Peach using her tree house to trick her friends, such as inviting them to a shower where the "water" is cicada urine, a bedroom where the blanket is full of caterpillars, a restaurant that drops bird food, and a hammock where she has painted sap to trap Wario for Wendy O. Koopa. According to the cover, the tree is remodeled after the Tree Zone from Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins.[external link 1]

Issues published in[edit]

  • Shogaku Ninensei: 1993-02, 1993-03
  • Shogaku Sannensei: 1992-06, 1992-07, 1992-08, 1992-09, 1992-10, 1992-11, 1992-12, 1993-01, 1993-02, 1993-03, 1993-04, 1993-06, 1993-08, 1993-09, 1993-10, 1993-11, 1993-12, 1994-02, 1994-03, 1994-04, 1994-05, 1994-06, 1994-07, 1994-08, 1994-09, 1994-10, 1994-11, 1994-12


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