Shoujo No Tsukuri Kata
Posted 11/26/08
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Anywho, from wikipedia (it was the best source I could find, lol):


In March 2008, a one-shot manga titled Shōjo no Tsukuri-kata ("How to Make a Girl") appeared in Japan's Weekly Young Jump magazine, briefly telling the story of the making of Shinku.[9] Soon afterwards, Peach-Pit announced that Rozen Maiden would once again be serialized, this time in Weekly Young Jump magazine[10], a fact which was confirmed in the April 17, 2008 issue.

The second manga series—with individual chapters referred to as "tales"—began serialization in issue 20 of Weekly Young Jump. Despite appearing in a weekly magazine, the manga continues to be released in monthly installments, as the original did in Birz. The manga is again titled "Rozen Maiden", and stars an older Jun, now a university student. Jun's workaday life is disrupted when he suddenly finds himself in possession of a weekly magazine titled "How to Make a Girl", which comes with a box containing doll parts. He decides to put together the doll from the parts he has received, and, after receiving mysterious communications from someone claiming to be a past version of him, is soon able to awaken Shinku. The series continues, following Jun's struggles to deal with his new life with Shinku, and elucidating many of the mysteries brought about by the sudden ending of the previous manga series. It should also be noted that this Jun is not the Jun from the first series. This Jun lives in an alternate world where, when he recieved the letter from Hollie, "with the choices "wind" or "don't wind", he chose "don't wind".

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Posted 12/9/08
what the hell? Alternate universe?!
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