Aoi Horus no Hitomi - Dansou no Joou no Monogatari Japanese
Alt name(s):
  • Oko Horusa: Kobieta, która została faraonem (Polish)
  • Reine d'Égypte
  • The Blue Eye of Horus - The Story of a Queen Dressed as a Man
  • Голубой глаз Гора
  • 碧いホルスの瞳 -男装の女王の物語-
  • 碧蓝的荷鲁斯之眼~男装女王物语~
  • 碧藍的荷魯斯之眼~男裝女王物語~
  • 푸른 호루스의 눈동자 -남장여왕 이야기-
  • 8.15
  • 8.23
  • 94
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  • 22
It's the beginning of a new era in the Egypt of pharaohs, the marriage of the young Hatshepsut to her half-brother Seti ensures his rise to Pharaoh, under the name of Thutmose II. Ambassadors of the gods on Earth, they shine to their people and seem at first glance like the perfect couple. However, under her mask of a perfect wife, Hatshepsut hides a deep rage... She doesn't want to accept the restrictions others try to place on her as a woman, she wants to become the Pharaoh, like her father!

Loosely based on the actual historical figure.
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Please tell us the the disappearance of all the chapters is just a glitch... ?
Yeah, it was a glitch ?.

Last edited 5 mo ago by Acarphinus.

This manga is a really pleasant surprise. The proofreading and QA needs improvement, but the quality of the original shines through. I want to know more about all the characters, and the art is great. Even the details of the costumes and architecture are there.
Why? Is this going to be popular enough to justify the care and attention?
@Rize_Suzumiya Anatolia Story had an Egyptian side plot and Is another isekai that centers around that time period.

Last edited 6 mo ago by Deoxyribo9.

For any manga based on the culture or mythology of any culture, including the Japanese one, there are ten or twelve focusing on European medieval fantasy and Nordic mythology.
Japanese love Europe. It can't be helped.
I'm surprised there isn't more Egyptian references or blatant manga based around the lore in Japan. Outside of this, and Yugioh, I haven't seen anything else which is pretty sad.
Where is the blue eyes white dragon?
this looks interesting. i always love female leads in seinen genre
Shut Up And Take My Money !
This is starting to be very interesting
The girl who was controlling man with his "charms" are more suitable to be a priestess of basthet the goddess with cat head than Isis the goddess of love.

Last edited 9 mo ago by MangaDex.

I really like the evolution of Hatshepsut. While she was initially naive but strong willed, she's slowly learning the political nature of her station and becoming a more reliable leader. I'm looking forward to the political war she's going to start waging soon.
I'm very much enjoying this, it is merciless in how it shows the woman is naive, and it shows the reality of her decisions in a brutal and unforgiving world.
Well, @nanze, not all leaders are born for the role with all the attributes for success. Yet, some leaders are burned in the fires of their mistakes--multiple times. Those that make it out alive often make even better leaders.
Just because a character is based off a historical figure doesn’t mean she can’t be a Mary Sue as presented in this story.

Not that I think she’s a Mary Sue. My issue is for someone we’re supposed to believe will be a better Pharoah than her brother she’s hopelessly naive and way too soft.
Is it really Mary-Sue if Hatshepsut actually took power as a woman, one of only three other female Pharaohs, in Ancient Egypt?
VERY nice art, but the Mary Sue is strong in this one, I will leave it alone.
At that point with all her friends and the elderly dead, there really isn’t any good people left in the harem. So though she might not be able to punish the tyrant, she could just threaten and exterminate the entire harem. Though she should, being so soft she probably won’t even think of this possibility.

Last edited 10 mo ago by MangaDex.

I'm actually mad. MC needs to grow balls
Exterminate the thot
Psycho woman has entered the game...