Rozen Maiden

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Rozen Maiden is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Peach-Pit.wikipedia
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The anime adaptions resulted in several audio disc releases and three video games.
Rozen Maiden is a manga series by Peach-Pit.

Asami Sanada

Jun is a middle school student who withdrew from society after he was outed and bullied for being a dress designer. Since then, he becomes irritated whenever something related to school is brought up and sinks into a depression when pressured on the topic. His interactions with the Rozen Maidens and their masters changes his outlook on life and he works up the courage to return to society. He has an older sister named Nori Sakurada . Jun is voiced by Asami Sanada and English dubbed by Mona Marshall in the first three series, and Shannon Emerick in Zurückspulen.
She is best known as the voices of Vita in the Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha series, Jun Sakurada in the Rozen Maiden series, Kurumi Tokisaki in the Date A Live series, Sawako Yamanaka in the K-On! series, and her debut role as Dejiko in Di Gi Charat.

Karen Strassman

Mia Bradly
is the first Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Meimei . She is the most ambitious of her sisters and wishes to become Alice to earn Rozen's love. Suigintou possesses black wings which she uses for mobility and offensive purposes. Her master is Megu Kakizaki, an ill girl with a cynical personality. Megu sees Suigintou as an angel of death who will end her suffering. Suigintou is voiced by Rie Tanaka and English dubbed by Karen Strassman in the first three series, and Jessica Calvello in Zurückspulen. Megu is voiced by Shiho Kawaragi and English dubbed by Erika Weinstein in the first three series, and Emily Neves in Zurückspulen.
Some of her major roles are Kallen Stadtfeld in the Code Geass series, Miyuki Takara in Lucky Star, Nina Fortner in Monster, Rider in Studio Deen's Fate/stay night, Suigintou the first Rozen Maiden doll in Rozen Maiden, Sawako Yamanaka in K-On!, Sola-Ui Nuada-Re Sophia-Ri in Fate/Zero, Momo Hinamori and Soi Fon in Bleach.

Rie Tanaka

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is the first Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Meimei . She is the most ambitious of her sisters and wishes to become Alice to earn Rozen's love. Suigintou possesses black wings which she uses for mobility and offensive purposes. Her master is Megu Kakizaki, an ill girl with a cynical personality. Megu sees Suigintou as an angel of death who will end her suffering. Suigintou is voiced by Rie Tanaka and English dubbed by Karen Strassman in the first three series, and Jessica Calvello in Zurückspulen. Megu is voiced by Shiho Kawaragi and English dubbed by Erika Weinstein in the first three series, and Emily Neves in Zurückspulen.
Notable among her numerous roles in anime are Lacus Clyne in Mobile Suit Gundam Seed and Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny, Chi in Chobits, Minna-Dietlinde Wilcke in Strike Witches and Suigintou in the anime adaptation of Rozen Maiden.

Mona Marshall

Miki Moran
Jun is a middle school student who withdrew from society after he was outed and bullied for being a dress designer. Since then, he becomes irritated whenever something related to school is brought up and sinks into a depression when pressured on the topic. His interactions with the Rozen Maidens and their masters changes his outlook on life and he works up the courage to return to society. He has an older sister named Nori Sakurada . Jun is voiced by Asami Sanada and English dubbed by Mona Marshall in the first three series, and Shannon Emerick in Zurückspulen. In an alternate world without Rozen Maidens, Jun eventually returns to society and is a friendless university student who works at a bookstore. His interactions with Shinku gives him the opportunity to befriend his co-worker, Saitou, which leads him to join a theatrics club. At the end of the series, he becomes Kirakisho's master. The adult Jun is voiced by Ryōta Ōsaka in Japanese, and English dubbed by Mona Marshall while Corey Hartzog voices his adult form in Zurückspulen.

Nomad (company)

Nomad
Tokyo Broadcasting System were the producers for the anime with Nomad as the animation studio for the first three series and Studio Deen for Zurückspulen.
Rozen Maiden (2004)

Ryōta Ōsaka

In an alternate world without Rozen Maidens, Jun eventually returns to society and is a friendless university student who works at a bookstore. His interactions with Shinku gives him the opportunity to befriend his co-worker, Saitou, which leads him to join a theatrics club. At the end of the series, he becomes Kirakisho's master. The adult Jun is voiced by Ryōta Ōsaka in Japanese, and English dubbed by Mona Marshall while Corey Hartzog voices his adult form in Zurückspulen.
Rozen Maiden: Zurückspulen – Jun Sakurada

Natsuko Kuwatani

is the third Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Sui Dream . She is a tsundere; she openly insults others but does care about them. Suiseiseki speaks with the copula desu and always speaks in third person. She has no intention of participating in the Alice Game and only wishes to live happily with her twin sister, Souseiseki. Suiseiseki's ability is to supply nourishment to souls and memories and is able to summon plants for offensive purposes with her watering can. Jun becomes her master during the events of the series. Suiseiseki is voiced by Natsuko Kuwatani and English dubbed by Rebecca Forstadt in the first three series, and Brittney Karbowski in Zurückspulen.
Her major roles are in anime shows and they include Yue Ayase in Negima, Fiore in Chrono Crusade, Alph in Nanoha, Michiru in Magikano, Suiseiseki in Rozen Maiden, Yae Shinatsuhiko in Yozakura Quartet and Sae Kawano in Yurumates.

Cristina Vee

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is the second Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Pizzicato . She is sociable, energetic, eccentric and habitually ends her sentences with lit. "Possibly" . She was initially a loyal participant of the Alice game but is convinced for a peaceful lifestyle instead. For battle, she plays her violin and manipulates the sound waves to cause destruction. Her master is Mitsu Kusabue, a doll clothing designer. Mitsu greatly adores the Rozen Maidens which scares the dolls. Kanaria is voiced by Yumi Shimura and English dubbed by Cristina Vee in the first three series, and Monica Rial in Zurückspulen. Mitsu is voiced by Akiko Kawase and English dubbed by Philece Sampler.
Her first major role was Kanaria in Rozen Maiden.

Rika Morinaga

is the fourth Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Lempicka . She speaks in as masculine manner and has a strong sense of duty towards her master and role as a Rozen Maiden. Souseiseki's ability is to cut souls and memories with her scissors. Her master is Kazuha Yuibishi, a rich man who is haunted by his twin brother's death. Kazuha disproved of his brother's marriage forcing the latter elope and drown in a ferry accident; as such, he intends to use Souseiseki to make his brother's widow suffer. After Souseiseki reveals Kazuha's hatred comes from grief she uses her abilities to leave him at peace. During the series, Souseiseki's Rosa Mystica is taken by Suigintou and her body by Kirakisho. Souseiseki is later, revived and becomes Jun's Rozen Maiden. Afterwards, Souseiseki willingly gives Suigintou her Rosa Mystica. Souseiseki is voiced by Rika Morinaga and English dubbed by Julie Ann Taylor in the first three series, and Kara Greenberg in Zurückspulen. In the anime series by Nomad, Souseiseki's master is an elderly man who substitutes her for his dead son though he overcomes his grief afterwards.
She is best known for her role as Souseiseki in Rozen Maiden and Makoto "Mako-chan" in Minami-ke.

Miyuki Sawashiro

Labra
is the fifth Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Hollie . She has a southern belle personality and treats Jun as her servant. Shinku treats regular dolls as if they are alive, and is an avid fan of the fictional puppet show Detective Kun Kun . Shinku wishes to complete the Alice Game without killing her siblings. For battles, she is able to create and control rose petals. She is voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro and English dubbed by Mela Lee in the first three series, and Luci Christian in Zurückspulen.
She has voiced in a number of Japanese anime dubs including as Petit Charat/Puchiko in Di Gi Charat, Mint in Galaxy Angel, Beelzebub in Beelzebub, Celty Sturluson in Durarara!!, Kurapika in Hunter x Hunter, Sinon in Sword Art Online, Ayane Yano in Kimi ni Todoke, Fujiko Mine in later installments of Lupin the Third, Queen in Mysterious Joker, Jun Sasada in Natsume's Book of Friends, Shinku in Rozen Maiden, Haruka Nanami in Uta no Prince-sama, Kotoha Isone in Yozakura Quartet, Kanbaru Suruga in Bakemonogatari, Jun Kanzato in Persona: Trinity Soul, Lag Seeing in Tegami Bachi.

Weekly Young Jump

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It was serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Young Jump between April 2008 and January 2014.
In 2008 Rozen Maiden from Monthly Comic Birz was set to restart in the Weekly Young Jump magazine.

Mela Lee

is the fifth Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Hollie . She has a southern belle personality and treats Jun as her servant. Shinku treats regular dolls as if they are alive, and is an avid fan of the fictional puppet show Detective Kun Kun . Shinku wishes to complete the Alice Game without killing her siblings. For battles, she is able to create and control rose petals. She is voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro and English dubbed by Mela Lee in the first three series, and Luci Christian in Zurückspulen.
In anime, she voices lead characters Rin Tosaka, in Fate/stay night as well as its reboot Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works and current film trilogy opener Heaven's Feel; Yuki Cross in Vampire Knight; Shinku the fifth Rozen Maiden doll in Rozen Maiden; and Erica Karisawa in the Durarara!! series, which was broadcast on Adult Swim.

Monthly Birz

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It was serialized in Monthly Comic Birz between the September 2002 and July 2007 issues.
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Dorothy Elias-Fahn

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is the sixth Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Berrybell . She has a childlike personality and dislikes being alone. She often ends her sentences with "na no" and occasionally speaks in French. For battle, Hinaichigo is able to summon and control strawberry vines. Her master was Tomoe Kashiwaba, Jun's classmate who delivers his school work during his withdrawal. When Hinaichigo's naivety endangers Tomoe's life, Shinku defeats Hinaichigo in the Alice Game and has her become a servant instead of taking her Rosa Mystica. During the series, Hinaichigo is absorbed by Kirakisho and gives her Rosa Mystica to Shinku. Hinaichigo is voiced by Sakura Nogawa and English dubbed by Sherry Lynn in the first three series, and Hilary Haag in Zurückspulen. Tomoe is voiced by Masayo Kurata and English dubbed by Dorothy Elias-Fahn in the first three series, and Juliet Simmons in Zurückspulen.
Some of her prominent lead roles include Meryl Stryfe in Trigun, Kamiya Kaoru in Rurouni Kenshin, Naru Narusegawa in Love Hina, Tomoe Kashiwaba in Rozen Maiden, Nina Purpleton in Mobile Suit Gundam 0083 and Chizuru Minamoto in Kanokon.

Masayo Kurata

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is the sixth Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Berrybell . She has a childlike personality and dislikes being alone. She often ends her sentences with "na no" and occasionally speaks in French. For battle, Hinaichigo is able to summon and control strawberry vines. Her master was Tomoe Kashiwaba, Jun's classmate who delivers his school work during his withdrawal. When Hinaichigo's naivety endangers Tomoe's life, Shinku defeats Hinaichigo in the Alice Game and has her become a servant instead of taking her Rosa Mystica. During the series, Hinaichigo is absorbed by Kirakisho and gives her Rosa Mystica to Shinku. Hinaichigo is voiced by Sakura Nogawa and English dubbed by Sherry Lynn in the first three series, and Hilary Haag in Zurückspulen. Tomoe is voiced by Masayo Kurata and English dubbed by Dorothy Elias-Fahn in the first three series, and Juliet Simmons in Zurückspulen.
Some of her major roles are Koyomi from Girls Bravo, Shinobu Maehara in Love Hina, Tomoe Kashiwaba in Rozen Maiden, Karinka from Steel Angel Kurumi, and Subaru Mikage in Comic Party.

Studio Deen

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Tokyo Broadcasting System were the producers for the anime with Nomad as the animation studio for the first three series and Studio Deen for Zurückspulen.
Rozen Maiden: Zurückspulen (2013)

Yumi Shimura

is the second Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Pizzicato . She is sociable, energetic, eccentric and habitually ends her sentences with lit. "Possibly" . She was initially a loyal participant of the Alice game but is convinced for a peaceful lifestyle instead. For battle, she plays her violin and manipulates the sound waves to cause destruction. Her master is Mitsu Kusabue, a doll clothing designer. Mitsu greatly adores the Rozen Maidens which scares the dolls. Kanaria is voiced by Yumi Shimura and English dubbed by Cristina Vee in the first three series, and Monica Rial in Zurückspulen. Mitsu is voiced by Akiko Kawase and English dubbed by Philece Sampler.
Rozen Maiden: Träumend (2005 TV series), Kanaria

Monica Rial

Monica Jean Rial
is the second Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Pizzicato . She is sociable, energetic, eccentric and habitually ends her sentences with lit. "Possibly" . She was initially a loyal participant of the Alice game but is convinced for a peaceful lifestyle instead. For battle, she plays her violin and manipulates the sound waves to cause destruction. Her master is Mitsu Kusabue, a doll clothing designer. Mitsu greatly adores the Rozen Maidens which scares the dolls. Kanaria is voiced by Yumi Shimura and English dubbed by Cristina Vee in the first three series, and Monica Rial in Zurückspulen. Mitsu is voiced by Akiko Kawase and English dubbed by Philece Sampler.

Keith Silverstein

David Roach
Laplace's Demon is a humanoid with a rabbit's head who dwells in the N-field. He is the referee to the Alice Game, possibly omniscient, and often assists the protagonists through riddles or as a directional guide. He is voiced in Träumend and Ouvertüre by Kyousei Tsukui with English dubbing by Keith Silverstein. In Zurückspulen, he is voiced by Satoshi Mikami and English dubbed by David Wald.
Most of his voice over career has been for anime, such as voicing Gantetsu and Kimimaro Kaguya in the Naruto series, dubbing Detective Kun-Kun in Rozen Maiden and Captain Gantu in Stitch! and providing the voices of Kazuo Aida in Honey and Clover, Vector the Crocodile in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series and Johan Liebert in Monster for which he received critical praise.

Emily Neves

is the first Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Meimei . She is the most ambitious of her sisters and wishes to become Alice to earn Rozen's love. Suigintou possesses black wings which she uses for mobility and offensive purposes. Her master is Megu Kakizaki, an ill girl with a cynical personality. Megu sees Suigintou as an angel of death who will end her suffering. Suigintou is voiced by Rie Tanaka and English dubbed by Karen Strassman in the first three series, and Jessica Calvello in Zurückspulen. Megu is voiced by Shiho Kawaragi and English dubbed by Erika Weinstein in the first three series, and Emily Neves in Zurückspulen.

Shiho Kawaragi

Kaname Yuzuki
is the first Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Meimei . She is the most ambitious of her sisters and wishes to become Alice to earn Rozen's love. Suigintou possesses black wings which she uses for mobility and offensive purposes. Her master is Megu Kakizaki, an ill girl with a cynical personality. Megu sees Suigintou as an angel of death who will end her suffering. Suigintou is voiced by Rie Tanaka and English dubbed by Karen Strassman in the first three series, and Jessica Calvello in Zurückspulen. Megu is voiced by Shiho Kawaragi and English dubbed by Erika Weinstein in the first three series, and Emily Neves in Zurückspulen.
Rozen Maiden Ouvertüre as Megu Kakizaki

Sherry Lynn

is the sixth Rozen Maiden and is accompanied by the artificial spirit Berrybell . She has a childlike personality and dislikes being alone. She often ends her sentences with "na no" and occasionally speaks in French. For battle, Hinaichigo is able to summon and control strawberry vines. Her master was Tomoe Kashiwaba, Jun's classmate who delivers his school work during his withdrawal. When Hinaichigo's naivety endangers Tomoe's life, Shinku defeats Hinaichigo in the Alice Game and has her become a servant instead of taking her Rosa Mystica. During the series, Hinaichigo is absorbed by Kirakisho and gives her Rosa Mystica to Shinku. Hinaichigo is voiced by Sakura Nogawa and English dubbed by Sherry Lynn in the first three series, and Hilary Haag in Zurückspulen. Tomoe is voiced by Masayo Kurata and English dubbed by Dorothy Elias-Fahn in the first three series, and Juliet Simmons in Zurückspulen.
Rozen Maiden - Hinaichigo

Satoshi Mikami

Laplace's Demon is a humanoid with a rabbit's head who dwells in the N-field. He is the referee to the Alice Game, possibly omniscient, and often assists the protagonists through riddles or as a directional guide. He is voiced in Träumend and Ouvertüre by Kyousei Tsukui with English dubbing by Keith Silverstein. In Zurückspulen, he is voiced by Satoshi Mikami and English dubbed by David Wald.
Rozen Maiden (2013) – Laplace's Demon

Saori Gotō

Bara-Suishou and Enju are characters who appear in the Rozen Maiden: Träumend anime and audio drama. Enju is Rozen's apprentice and the creator of Bara-Suishou, an imitation of a Rozen Maiden. Enju plots a battle between Bara-Suishou and the Rozen Maidens in order to prove his superiority over Rozen. Once Bara-Suishou gathered six Rosa Mysticas, her body overloads, killing her and Enju. Bara-Suishou is voiced by Saori Gotō and English dubbed by Tara Platt. Enju is voiced by Daisuke Ono and English dubbed by Jason C. Miller.