Cutie Honey The Classic Collection (Hardcover)

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SKU: 9781626928251

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About Cutie Honey The Classic Collection (Hardcover)

Cutie Honey features story and art by Go Nagai.

Cutie Honey, one of the most recognized superheroines in manga history, will finally have her original story in print! Experience the ultimate collection of both volumes of Go Nagai’s 1973 cult classic in one oversized hardcover tome. With a career spanning 50 years, Go Nagai created many immensely popular series including Devilman and Getter Robo, and Cutie Honey–his edgy magical girl aimed at boys–remains one of his most influential works to this day.

Beautiful but unassuming schoolgirl Kisaragi Honey has a secret–she’s actually an android! Through her father’s amazing technology, she can transform into the unstoppable Cutie Honey. It’s a power that the nefarious criminal organization known as Panther Claw will stop at nothing to possess, even if it means destroying that which Honey loves the most. Experience the original saga of Japan’s iconic super-heroine by Go Nagai, the author of Devilman!


  • Publisher: SEVEN SEAS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Action, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Adventure, Fan Service
  • Age Rating: 16+
  • Release Date: 8/28/2018
  • Page Count: 480
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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It’s the original Cutie Honey

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I’m happy to finally have a physical copy of the original story of Cutie Honey along with Devilman. Seven Seas did a fairly good job with the translation it’s easy to read and the color pages are pretty good the story itself has a odd charm to it is pretty straightforward and strange with the fan service, the statue scene in particular, it takes a slightly dark turn near the end with a bit of a cliffhanger but still has a fairly satisfying conclusion. When compared to its recent anime adaption Cutie Honey Universe i’d say this is slightly better by today’s standards it might seem tame, but during the 1970’s in the time it was made it pushed the limits of Japanese censorship to almost controversy. I recommend to anyone who enjoys old school manga or looking for something a bit different from usual magical girl genre.