Princess Mononoke Comic List

A complete list of all Princess Mononoke Comic Volumes by Hayao Miyazaki, published by Viz Media, along with links to buy on Amazon.

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Princess Mononoke Film Comic, Vol. 1 (1)

Raised by wolves and calling the forest her home, a young girl by the name of Princess Mononoke is the only one who can save the planet!

It was the Age of Iron: a time when mankind was just starting to understand its ability to exploit the earth and all its natural resources. But a war was brewing–a war between a village of iron miners and the animal gods of the surrounding forest.

Marked with the curse of a rampaging boar god, young Ashitaka sets off on a journey to cure his mysterious affliction. Little does he know that the fate of the entire world is now resting on his shoulders!

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Princess Mononoke Film Comic, Vol. 2 (2)

From behind the walls of an iron-mining town called Tatara, Lady Eboshi is determined to rid all obstacles to development. Much to her aggravation, however, there’s one person who has vowed to stop her: the princess of beasts and ancient gods–Princess Mononoke!!

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Princess Mononoke Film Comic, Vol. 3 (3)

Expelled from Lady Eboshi’s iron town, young Ashitaka comes face to face with Princess Mononoke and the denizens of the surrounding forest. Standing before a tribunal of wolves, apes and boars, Ashitaka must be careful. One misspoken word from his lips might doom the entire human race!

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Princess Mononoke, Vol. 4

A full-blown war has erupted in the forest surrounding the iron town of Tatara. An elder forest god by the name of Lord Okkoto has arrived and is leading an attack against the humans with his tribe of militant boars. Meanwhile, Ashitaka is hoping that his newly formed alliance with the wolf tribe will avoid any further bloodshed.

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Princess Mononoke, Volume 5

The battle continues with no easy resolution in sight. Still fighting to bring peace to both sides, Ashitaka walks a fine line between the two warring factions. First, he has to convince Princess Mononoke to trust him. Secondly, he’s got to reach Lady Eboshi before she single-handedly eliminates the revered god of life and death.

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