Kilala Princess is a Shōjo (Demographic) Manga licensed by Disney and serialized by Tokyo Pop.The basic plot is like Kingdom Hearts for girls. A young girl, Kilala, has always dreamed of being like the Disney Princesses. When she meets Prince Rei, who's looking for the Seventh Princess to save his kingdom, Kilala resolves to help him.To do this, she travels to the lands of the Disney Princesses and works to save their lands from evil.
Art Shift: The Disney Princesses are draw closer to the Disney style, while Kilala and her friends are drawn in a regular manga style. Sometimes the change can be jarring. It's also ironic given how the whole big-eyed Anime look was based on early Disney cartoons.
Attractive Bent-Gender: In the "Cinderella" world, Kilala asks the fairy godmother to temporarily turn her into a boy so she can get into the ball. She makes a pretty cute one, too.
Ascended Fangirl: After admiring the Disney Princesses, Kilala joins their ranks.
Dangerously Genre Savvy: The non-Disney villains are this, attempting to shoot Erica while she's still under mind control, and successfully shooting Kilala as she reunites with Rei.
Darker and Edgier: The last volume of the manga is noticeably darker than the rest of the series.
The manga itself may count in regards to the movies they adapt, with depictions of blood when most of the movies had Bloodless Carnage.
Deconstructed Trope: Being a princess isn't as easy as it looks; Kilala learns different things from each of them. In the final volume she struggles with the responsibilities of running a country, but decides she will be a princess in her own, unique way, while keeping the lessons they taught.
Disney Death: Kilala and oddly enough, some of the Disney villains are subject to this (for example, Ursula gets caught in a blinding flash of light, but is shown moments later to have been just knocked out cold. Since this event happens before Ariel meets Prince Eric, Ursula's survival is really a Foregone Conclusion.)
No Export for You: First, Tokyopop cut the volumes in half, so Japan's Volume 1 is America's Volumes 1 and 2. Then they stopped releasing them after the American Volume 4. There are 5 Japanese volumes.
Magic Land: Paradiso is a subversion, as it's being torn apart by revolutionaries.