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The Pink Princess is the main character in the Global Studios tokusatsu television show The Pink Princess: Warrior of Little Olde Tokyo. The series was created as a sequel to The Steel Samurai: Warrior of Neo Olde Tokyo by Sal Manella, a director at Global Studios and the creator of The Steel Samurai, who came up with the concept of the Pink Princess when he saw Maya Fey's Fey clan acolyte clothing.

Character historyEdit

Pink Princess

Pink Princess: Warrior of Little Olde Tokyo.

The character proved to be a hit, with the Pink Princess winning the second annual Hero of Heroes Grand Prix, just beating the popular Jammin' Ninja. At some point in the character's history, she married the Steel Samurai and the two have a child, the Iron Infant. All three characters appeared in the touring live stage show, with the Pink Princess normally being played by a woman named Mindy. However, before their show at the Cohdopian Embassy's Theatrum Neutralis, Mindy was unable to perform, and so a last minute replacement was found in the form of Wendy Oldbag.


  • Her Japanese name, "Himesaman", may come from "hime" (姫), meaning "princess" (the kanji is present on her outfit), the polite honorific "-sama" (様), and "man" (i.e., "human").