Jun Sakurada recieves a strange letter which asks him whether he will wind or not wind. He chooses to wind and soon he shares his home with several living dolls called Rozen Maidens destined to fight each other. Meanwhile, a different Jun Sakurada from an alternate world makes the opposite choice. Years later his decision comes back to haunt him in the form of mysterious text messages from himself asking for help.
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This is quite possibly one of the most cruelest adaptations of an anime to date. The Rozen Maiden series was great the story was amazing and the characters very relatable. But this fell short of that in so many ways the stories main focus was on a much different and quite frankly a less relatable older Jun whose main goal in life was whining. The music and general pitch of the series was at an alltime low it... read more
My review may not be quite as critical as someone who read the manga, as I have not yet. But then, judging it as a show is also a worthwhile thing. It works to compare to manga if it somehow fouls it up bad enough, is a poor transition, and/or most importantly fails to measure up adequately to the strengths that made the manga worth reading, or for that matter, any adaption from some literary source... read more
|Rozen Maiden: Traumend||TV||2005|
|Rozen Maiden: Ouverture||TV Special||2006|
|Rozen Maiden: Detective Kun-Kun||TV Special||2006|
|Rozen Maiden II||2008|
|Shoujo no Tsukurikata||2008|
|Rozen Maiden - Dolls Talk||2011|