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Sailor Moon

The major characters of the Sailor Moon anime
美少女戦士セーラームーン
(Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn)
Genre Adventure, Magical girl, Romance
Manga: Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon
Author Naoko Takeuchi
Publisher Flag of Japan Kodansha
English publisher Flag of the United States Tokyopop
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Flag of Japan Nakayoshi and Run Run
Flag of the United States Mixxzine and Smile
Original run February 1992March 1997
Volumes 18
TV anime: Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Sailor Moon, Sailor Moon R, Sailor Moon S, Sailor Moon Supers, Sailor Stars)
Director Jun’ichi Satoh, Kunihiko Ikuhara, Takuya Igarashi
Studio Toei Animation
Network Flag of Japan TV Asahi
Original run March 7, 1992February 8, 1997
Episodes 200
Films
  • Sailor Moon R: The Movie
  • Sailor Moon S: The Movie
  • Sailor Moon Supers: The Movie
Stage musical series
Sailor Moon musicals (SeraMyu): 25 stage shows based on the Sailor Moon franchise were released between 1993 and 2005.
Live-action series
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon: a 49 episode live action series directed by Ryuta Tasaki ran from October 4, 2003, to September 25, 2004. There were also two direct-to-video releases: a sequel (Special Act), and a prequel (Act Zero).
Video games
Quite a few Sailor Moon video games have been released, mainly in Japan, with very few ever being translated into other languages.
Related series
  • Codename: Sailor V

The protagonist of Sailor Moon, Usagi Tsukino, lives as an ordinary middle school girl until she is found by a talking cat named Luna. Through Luna, Usagi learns that the world is about to be attacked by a Dark Kingdom that had appeared once before, long ago, and destroyed the kingdom of the moon. Her dormant powers are then awakened to defend the Earth against the coming onslaught, and she is led to a number of friends who join her in the battle.

Usagi fights using the identity of Sailor Moon, and as the story progresses she learns more and more about the enemies which face her and the evil force that is sending them. Gradually she discovers the truth about her own past life, her destined true love, and the possibilities for the future of the Solar System.

The plot spans five major story arcs, each of them represented in both the manga and anime, usually under different names:

  1. the Dark Kingdom arc (Sailor Moon)
  2. the Black Moon arc (Sailor Moon R)
  3. the Infinity arc (Sailor Moon S)
  4. the Dream arc (Sailor Moon Supers)
  5. the Stars arc (Sailor Stars)
Usagi Tsukino (月野 うさぎ Tsukino Usagi)
The main character of the series, called Serena in the English anime (nicknamed Bunny in the English manga). Usagi, a carefree schoolgirl with an enormous capacity for love, transforms into the heroine called Sailor Moon. At the beginning of the series she is portrayed as an immature crybaby who hates having to fight evil and wants nothing more than to be a normal girl. As she progresses, however, she embraces the chance to use her power to protect those she cares about.
Mamoru Chiba (地場 衛 Chiba Mamoru)
A student somewhat older than Usagi, called Darien in the English adaptations of the series. As a young child he experienced a terrible car accident that robbed him of his parents and of his knowledge of who he is. During the series he has some precognitive ability, including dreams that inspire him to take on the guise of Tuxedo Mask and fight alongside the Sailor Senshi. After an initially confrontational relationship, he and Usagi remember their past lives together and fall in love again.
Ami Mizuno (水野 亜美 Mizuno Ami)
A quiet bookworm in Usagi’s class, called Amy in the English adaptations of the series. Highly intelligent, with a rumored IQ of 300,she can transform into Sailor Mercury, acquiring power over all phases of water. Ami’s shy exterior masks a passion for knowledge and for taking care of the people around her. She hopes to become a doctor one day, like her mother, and tends to be the practical one in the group. Secretly, she is also a fan of pop culture and romance novels, and becomes embarrassed whenever this is pointed out.
Rei Hino (火野 レイ Hino Rei)
An elegant miko (shrine maiden), called Raye in the English versions. Because of her work as a Shinto priestess, Rei can sense and dispel evil even in civilian form. When she transforms into Sailor Mars she can also manipulate fire. She is very serious and focused, but although easily annoyed by Usagi’s flightiness, cares about her very much. Rei is portrayed as boy-crazy in the early anime, but is uninterested in romance in both the manga and live-action series. She attends a private Catholic school, separate from the other girls.
Makoto Kino (木野 まこと Kino Makoto)
A tomboy who transfers into Usagi’s school, called Lita in the English versions. Very tall and strong for a Japanese schoolgirl, she can transform into Sailor Jupiter, attacking with lightning and with some control over plants. Both Makoto’s parents died in a plane crash years ago, so she lives alone and takes care of herself. She cultivates her physical strength as well as more domestic interests, including housekeeping, cooking, and gardening. She wants to marry young and to own a flower-and-cake shop.
Minako Aino (愛野 美奈子 Aino Minako)
A perky dreamer who acted on her own as Sailor V for some time. Called Mina in the English versions, she has a companion cat called Artemis who works alongside Luna in guiding the Sailor Senshi. Minako transforms into Sailor Venus, Soldier of Love, and leads Sailor Moon’s four inner guardians. She also dreams of becoming a famous singer and idol and attends auditions whenever she can. At the start of the live-action series, she is already these things, but has poor health and separates herself from the other Senshi.
Chibiusa (ちびうさ )
The future daughter of Usagi and Mamoru, Chibiusa travels from the 30th century to seek help to save her parents, then later to train with Sailor Moon to become a soldier. She learns to transform into Sailor Chibi Moon. At times she has an adversarial relationship with her mother in the 20th century, as she considers herself more mature than Usagi, but as the series progresses they develop a deep bond. Chibiusa wants to grow up to become a lady like her mother. In the English adaptations, she is called Rini, and her alter ego is called Sailor Mini Moon.
Setsuna Meioh (冥王 せつな Meiō Setsuna)
A mysterious woman, called Trista in the English anime. She appears first as Sailor Pluto, the Guardian of Time, who has the task of protecting the Space-Time Door from unauthorized travelers. It is only later that she appears on Earth, living as a college student. She has a distant personality and can be very stern, but can also be quite friendly and helps the younger Sailor Senshi when she can. After so long at the gate of time she carries a deep sense of loneliness, although she is close friends with Chibiusa.
Michiru Kaioh (海王 みちる Kaiō Michiru)
A talented violinist with some precognition, called Michelle in the English anime. A year older than most of the other Sailor Senshi, she can transform into Sailor Neptune, channeling the power of the ocean. She worked alone for some time before finding her partner, Sailor Uranus, with whom she fell in love. Michiru is elegant and personable, already well-known for her music as well as her painting, but has given up her own dreams for the life of a Senshi. She is fully devoted to this duty and willing to make any sacrifice for it.
Haruka Tenoh (天王 はるか Ten’ō Haruka)
A good-natured, masculine-acting girl, called Amara in the English anime. Haruka, of an age with her partner, Michiru, transforms into Sailor Uranus, Soldier of the Sky. Before becoming a Sailor Senshi, she dreamt of being a racer, and is skilled at driving. She tends to dress and, in the anime, speak like a man. She is so friendly and genial that nearly everyone she meets is attracted to her. When it comes to fighting the enemy, however, she distrusts outside help and prefers to work solely with Sailor Neptune and, later, Pluto and Saturn.
Hotaru Tomoe (土萠 ほたる Tomoe Hotaru)
A sweet, lonely young girl whose name remains unchanged in English (though pronounced slightly differently). Daughter of a possessed mad scientist, she is sickly and weak as the result of a terrible lab accident in her youth. After overcoming the darkness that has surrounded her family, she is able to become the Soldier of Silence, Sailor Saturn. She wields forces of destruction so powerful that she is rarely called upon to use them, and unlike the others, her Senshi and civilian personae seem somewhat disconnected. She is often pensive, and as a human has the inexplicable power to heal others.

Tokyo Mew Mew

The first volume of Tokyo Mew Mew, published in Japan by Kodansha on February 6, 2001
東京ミュウミュウ
(Tōkyō Myū Myū)
Genre Magical girl, Romance
Manga
Author Reiko Yoshida
Illustrator Mia Ikumi
Publisher Flag of Japan Kodansha
English publisher Flag of Canada Flag of the United States Tokyopop
Flag of Singapore Chuang Yi
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Nakayoshi
Original run September 2000February 2003
Volumes 7
TV anime
Director Noriyuki Abe
Studio Studio Pierrot
Network Flag of Japan TV Aichi, TV Tokyo
Original run April 6, 2002March 29, 2003
Episodes 52
Manga: Tokyo Mew Mew à la Mode
Author Mia Ikumi
Publisher Flag of Japan Kodansha
English publisher Flag of the United States Flag of Canada Tokyopop
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Nakayoshi
Original run November 2003April 2004
Volumes 2
Game: Hamepane Tōkyō Myū Myū
Developer Winkysoft
Publisher Takara
Genre Puzzle game
Platform Game Boy Advance
Released Flag of Japan July 11, 2002
Game
Developer Winkysoft
Publisher Takara
Genre Role-playing game
Platform PlayStation
Released Flag of Japan December 5, 2002
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At the start of the series, a young girl named Ichigo Momomiya attends an endangered species exhibit with her ‘crush’ and future boyfriend, Masaya Aoyama. After an earthquake, Ichigo and four other girls are bathed in a strange light. A cat appears before Ichigo, then merges with her. The next day she begins acting like a cat and, after meeting Ryou Shirogane and Keiichiro Akasaka, learns that she was infused with the DNA of the Iriomote Cat. Ryou and Keiichiro explain that this allows her to transform into Mew Ichigo, a powerful heroic cat girl. She is ordered to defeat chimera animas—alien parasites—which infect animals and turn them into monsters. Ryou and Keiichiro instruct Ichigo to find the four other girls from the exhibit—the remaining Mew Mews. They are Mint Aizawa, a spoiled, wealthy girl who is infused with the genes of the Ultramarine Lorikeet; Lettuce Midorikawa, a meek girl who endures constant bullying and absorbs the genes of the Finless Porpoise; young Pudding Fong, who receives the genes of the Golden Lion Tamarin; and Zakuro Fujiwara, a professional model infused with the genes of the Gray Wolf.

The five Mew Mews battle the chimera animas and their alien controllers, Kish, Pie and Tart. Kish claims to be in love with Ichigo; he tries to gain her love despite the fact that he is trying to eliminate the other Mew Mews. Two more aliens, Pie and Tart, later join Kish in trying to destroy the Mew Mews.

As the fighting intensifies, the Mew Mews are tasked with finding “mew aqua,” a material created from pure water that contains immense power for combating the alien attacks. During a battle with Kish at an aquarium, Ichigo is in danger of losing when the mysterious Blue Knight appears and rescues her. He returns periodically throughout the series, protecting Ichigo from various dangers; it is later revealed that the Blue Knight is in fact Masaya. Shortly after this discovery, Masaya collapses and transforms again, into Deep Blue—the alien leader who wants to destroy humanity. After explaining to Ichigo that Masaya was a false form for temporary use, Deep Blue attacks the Mew Mews. Masaya’s personality briefly reappears and he uses a nearby mew aqua drop to destroy Deep Blue, killing himself in the process. Crying over his body, Ichigo pours her power into Masaya to save his life, losing her own in the process. Masaya kisses her, changing her back to a human, and revives her. Ryou gives Pie the remaining mew aqua to save the aliens’ world, after which Kish, Pie and Tart say their goodbyes and return to their own world.

Ichigo Momomiya

Ichigo Momomiya (桃宮 いちご Momomiya Ichigo?) is the series’ main protagonist and the leader of the Mew Mews. Ichigo is merged with the DNA of the Iriomote Cat, giving her the ability to transform into Mew Ichigo, a powerful heroic cat girl. The transformation also causes her to exhibit various feline mannerisms in her human form.[8] As Ichigo’s power increases, the cat DNA inside her grows stronger, causing her Mew Ichigo cat ears and tail to appear when she is excited. Eventually it grows strong enough to turn her into a small black cat; to change back, she must be kissed by someone—human or animal.[14][15][16]

At the start of the series, Ichigo has a crush on Masaya Aoyama, but she believes he is oblivious to her feelings, he later returns them and they begin dating.[8] A mysterious protected named the Blue Knight appears midway through the series as her protector, who is later revealed to be Masaya.[17] Throughout the series, the alien Kish makes repeated advances towards Ichigo, which Ichigo repeatedly rejects.[8][11][18] In the final battle with Deep Blue, revealed to also be Masaya, Kish dies trying to protect Ichigo. Though she can not accept his final declaration of love, she cries over his death and holds him as he dies.[19] After Masaya kills himself and Deep Blue, Ichigo saves him by transferring her own life force into him, killing herself. The mew aqua in Masaya’s body is able to revive her.[19][20] At the end of the series, the other Mew Mews hold a mock wedding for Ichigo and Masaya before Masaya goes off to study abroad in England.[20] In Tokyo Mew Mew a La Mode, it is revealed that Ichigo decided to join Masaya in England having lost all of her Mew Power. When they begin to manifest again, she returns to Japan aid in the battle against the Saint Rose Crusaders.[21] In the anime adaptation, her voice actress is Saki Nakajima. In the Mew Mew Power English adaptation her name is changed to Zoey Hanson and she is voiced by Amanda Brown.[22]

 

 Mint Aizawa

Mint Aizawa (藍沢 みんと Aizawa Minto?) is the second Mew Mew to be introduced in the series. Infused with the genes of an Ultramarine Lorikeet, Mint grows a pair of bird wings on her back and a bird’s tail when she transforms into Mew Mint.[8] Initially depicted as spoiled, snobbish, and self-centered because of her wealth, as the series progresses she is shown to be a very empathetic person who cares deeply about her friends. Mint idolizes fellow Mew Mew, Zakuro Fujiwara.[8][11] In the anime adaptation, the first meeting of the future Mew Mews is removed, so the circumstances of Mint’s first appearance are slightly modified.[23] Mint’s anime depiction is voiced by Yumi Kakazu. In the Mew Mew Power English adaptation her name is changed to Corina Bucksworth and she is voiced by Andi Whaley.[24]

 

 Lettuce Midorikawa

Lettuce Midorikawa (碧川 れたす Midorikawa Retasu?) is the third member of the Mews Mews formally introduced to the readers. Infused with the DNA of a Finless Porpoise, Lettuce’s legs can change into a porpoise’s tail while she is underwater, greatly improving her swimming ability.[25] Lettuce is portrayed as a very shy character lacking in self-confidence and the subject of frequent bullying. She is afraid of her Mew Mew powers at first, causing them to go out of control until she is calmed by Ichigo and Mint.[8] Other characters in the series consider Lettuce to be a kind and selfless person.[8][25] As Lettuce spends more times with her fellow Mew Mews, their regular encouragement helps her to become a more confident person.[9] In the anime series, her voice actress is Kumi Sakuma. In the Mew Mew Power English adaptation her name is changed to Bridget Verdant and she is voiced by Bella Hudson.[26]

 

 Pudding Fong

Pudding Fong (黄 歩鈴 Fon Purin?) is the fourth Mew Mew introduced to the readers.[8] Infused with the DNA of a Golden Lion Tamarin, Pudding grows a monkey tail and ears while transformed, and fights with a pair of rings. Though her age is never stated, Pudding is said to be the youngest of the Mew Mews. She is full of energy and loves having fun, to the point Mint considers her very immature and the other Mew Mews agree that her monkey DNA is a perfect match for her personality.[11] Despite her childlike nature, Pudding is raising four younger siblings and managing the family finances, while their father is training in the mountains.[18] The manga never mentions Pudding’s mother, while the anime adaptation states that she died.[27] Midway through the series, Pudding is captured by their enemy Tart and held hostage. Rather than fearing him, she befriends him.[28] In the final battle, she is reluctant to fight Tart, but does when he affirms they have no choice. After he is defeated, she cries over him. At the end of the series, Pudding kisses Tart and tells him she does not want it to be goodbye and he says he may return to see her. In the anime adaptation, the relationship between Pudding and Tart is somewhat expanded and their the circumstances of their initial friendship changes. Instead of being saved by the Mew Mews, Tart himself saves Pudding from the underground cavern when he realizes she is suffocating from a lack of oxygen. She is voiced by Hisayo Mochizuki. In the Mew Mew Power English adaptation, her name is changed to Kikki Benjamin and she is voiced by Kether Donahue.

 

Zakuro Fujiwara

Zakuro Fujiwara (藤原 ざくろ Fujiwara Zakuro?) is the last of the main Mew Mews introduced. As with the others, she first appears at the endangered animal exhibit without being named.[8] Zakuro tends to be a loner, and initially refuses to join the other Mew Mews. She changes her mind after they come to her aid when she is targeted by Kish. Infused with the DNA of a Gray Wolf, Zakuro has a wolf tail and ears while in her Mew Mew form. Zakuro is presented as a mature character, who works as a professional model. As her biggest fan Mint effuses, Zakuro has “long, glossy, raven hair” with “dark, intelligent, yet sensitive eyes” and “long, strong and thin legs”.[11] In the anime adaptation, Zakuro’s background is more developed and she is said to be estranged from her family, having left home two years before.[31][29] Junko Noda provides her voice in the anime. In the Mew Mew Power English adaptation, her name is changed to Renée Roberts and her voice is supplied by Mollie Weaver.[32]

 

 Berry Shirayuki

Berry Shirayuki (白雪 ベリー Shirayuki Berii?) is introduced in Tokyo Mew Mew a la Mode as the sequel series’ main protagonist, the sixth Mew Mew, and the temporary leader of the Mew Mews while Ichigo is studying abroad.[12][33] She becomes the first Mew Mew to be infused with the DNA of two endangered species: the Andes Mountain Cat and the Amami Black Rabbit.[21] Like Ichigo, she is given a robot companion, Ucha, who gives her guidance and transforms into the wand Berry uses to fight.[13][21] As the “second strongest” Mew Mew, Berry becomes the primary target of the series antagonists, the Saint Rose Crusaders. Throughout a la Mode, Berry comes to realize that she is in love with her close childhood friend Tasuku, causing her some confusion until she is able to come to terms with her feelings.[ Together, they use their warm feelings of love to release the city’s citizens from the Saint Rose Crusaders hypnotism and to change the hearts to the Crusaders.[ At the end of the series, Berry and Tasuku are still a couple, the “lovebirds” of the café, work side-by-side as the cafe’s new door-to-door delivery service and celebrate being in love.

 

 

 

Wedding Peach
愛天使伝説ウェディング・ピーチ
(Ai Tenshi Densetsu Wedingu Pīchi)
Genre Magical girl, Romance
Manga
Author Sukehiro Tomita
Nao Yazawa
Publisher Flag of Japan Shogakukan
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Ciao
Original run 19941996
Volumes 6
TV anime
Director Kunihiko Yuyama
Studio KSS
Network Flag of Japan TV Tokyo, NAS
Original run 5 April 199527 March 1996
Episodes 51
OVA: Wedding Peach DX
Director Kunihiko Yuyama
Studio KSS
Licensor Flag of the United States ADV Films
Flag of Italy Dynamic Italia
Flag of Germany ACOG
Episodes 4
Released 1996
Game
Publisher KSS
Platform Super Famicom
Released Flag of Japan 1995-09-25
Game: Jama-P Panic!
Publisher KSS
Genre puzzle
Platform Game Boy
Released Flag of Japan 1995-12-08
Game: Wedding Peach: Doki Doki Oiro-naoshi Fashion Dai-sakusen
Publisher KSS
Platform Playstation
Released Flag of Japan 1996-09-27
Manga: Wedding Peach: Young Love
Author Nao Yazawa
Publisher Flag of Japan Shogakukan
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Shōgaku Sannensei
Original run 2004 – ongoing
Volumes 1
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The story follows Momoko Hanasaki, a junior high school girl who is in trouble between the Angel World and the Devil World. It all starts when Aphrodite tells Momoko that she is the legendary Love Angel Wedding Peach, and that she will take the place of her mother, Sakura, in finding and protecting the “Saint Something Four”, after a devil named Pluie tries to steal Momoko’s mother’s ring. Now she must protect the sanctity of love from Raindevila and her minions.

Her friends, the other Love Angels, are Yuri Tanima (Angel Lily) and Hinagiku Tamano (Angel Daisy). She also has Jama-P, who originally was a minion of Raindevila. Momoko is in love with Yosuke who is, unknowingly, a half-devil warrior of the Rafaal tribe in the Devil World named Viento; Yosuke’s father, coincidentally, is the one who sent Celeste (Sakura) and himself to Earth in the first place. Yuri is in love with Captain Yanagiba of the soccer team, otherwise known as the angel Limone.

While trying to live the lives of normal Japanese middle school students, the Love Angels must protect the world with love, or live in a world filled with nothing but hate.

Cardcaptor Sakura

Cardcaptor Sakura volume 1 manga cover Japanese edition.
カードキャプターさくら
(Kādokyaputā Sakura)
Genre Magical Girl, Romantic comedy, Action
Manga
Author Clamp
Publisher Flag of Japan Kodansha
English publisher Flag of the United States Flag of Canada Flag of the United Kingdom Tokyopop
Flag of Australia Flag of New Zealand Madman Entertainment
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Nakayoshi
Original run 19962000
Volumes 12
TV anime
Director Morio Asaka
Studio Madhouse
Licensor Flag of Japan Bandai Visual
Flag of Canada Nelvana
Flag of the United States Geneon
Flag of Australia Flag of New Zealand Madman EntertainmentFlag of France IDP
Network Flag of Japan NHK, Animax
Original run April 7, 1998March 21, 2000
Episodes 70
Animated film: Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie
Director Morio Asaka
Composer Takayuki Negishi
Studio Madhouse
Licensor Flag of Japan Bandai Visual
Flag of Canada Nelvana
Flag of the United States GeneonFlag of France IDP
Released Flag of Japan August 21, 1999
Runtime 79 min.
Animated film: Cardcaptor Sakura Movie 2: The Sealed Card
Director Morio Asaka
Composer Takayuki Negishi
Studio Madhouse
Licensor Flag of Japan Bandai Visual
Flag of Canada Nelvana
Flag of the United States GeneonFlag of France IDP
Released Flag of Japan July 15, 2000
Runtime 79 min.
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Plot

Ten-year-old fourth grader Sakura Kinomoto opens a mysterious book in her father’s study and accidentally releases the magical Clow Cards. Created by the half-English half-Chinese sorcerer Clow Reed, the Clow Cards were sealed within the Clow Book upon his death and represent a combination of magic from Clow’s mixed heritage. Each card has its own personality and characteristics and can assume alternate forms when activated.

Cerberus, the guardian Beast of the Seal, awakens and emerges from the book’s cover. Upon learning the cards are gone, he tells Sakura that she must have special powers, and that is now her responsibility to retrieve the missing cards. As she finds the cards, she must battle its magical personification and defeat it in order to seal it away. Cerberus acts as her guide and mentor throughout the quest, while her classmate and best friend Tomoyo Daidouji films her exploits and provides her with costumes, insisting that she must “wear special clothes for special occasions.” Her older brother Toya Kinomoto watches over his sister while pretending that he is unaware of what is going on.

As the series progresses, a rival in the form of Syaoran Li appears. A descendant of the late Clow Reed, creator of the Clow Cards’ and their guardians, Syaoran travels to Japan from Hong Kong to recapture the cards, but finds his goal complicated as he comes to respect Sakura and begins aiding her instead. Once Sakura has captured all of the cards, she must undergo the Final Judgement. Yukito Tsukishiro, Sakura’s crush and the best friend of her brother, is revealed to be the false form of the card’s second guardian Yue, who tests Sakura to determine if she is worthy of becoming the card’s true master. Sakura is aided in the test by Kaho Mizuki, who is later revealed to have been sent by Clow to ensure Sakura is able to pass the test because he chose Sakura to be the new card’s master when he knew he was going to die.

With Sakura as the new master of the Clow Cards, life initially is peaceful until the arrival of a new transfer student from England, Eriol Hiiragizawa, which coincides with new disturbances occurring in Tomoeda. Yue and Cerberus find themselves unable to aid Sakura during a magical attack, and Sakura is unable to use the Clow Cards. Sakura transforms her wand and creates a new activation spell for it, enabling her to then transform one of the Clow Cards into a Sakura Card. As the series progresses, she continues finding herself in situations which cause her to have to transfer the cards, unaware they are being caused by Eriol and two guardian-like creatures, Spinel Sun and Ruby Moon. Yue, who requires the support of another to generate his own energies, begins growing weaker as time passes, though he initially does not tell Sakura that it is because her magic is not yet strong enough. The problem does not effect Cerberus whose power, like the sun, regenerates on its own with no need to draw extra power from other sources.

During these events, Sakura finds herself having to deal with the pain of Yukito’s gentle rejection of her feelings, as he instead loves her brother Toya. Toya, in turn, gives all of his magical abilities to Yue in order to ensure Yukito doesn’t fade away, making Yue promise to protect Sakura in his place as his loss of powers prevents him from knowing when she may be in trouble. Syaoran helps her recover from the hurt, while finding himself falling in love with Sakura but unsure of how to tell her.

When there are only two cards left to be transformed, the Dark and Light which must be converted together, Eriol reveals himself to Sakura. Once she has successfully transformed the cards, he explains that he is half of the reincarnation of Clow Reed, with her father being the other half. Eriol has all of the memories and magic, enabling him to assist Sakura in converting the cards so that they would not lose their magical powers. With the task done, he asks Sakura to split his magic between himself and her father, so that he will no longer be the most powerful magician in the world. He then returns to England.

In the aftermath, Syaoran confesses his love for her, but Sakura is unsure how to respond. When he tells her that he is returning to Hong Kong, Sakura finds herself hurting and upset. After running into several of her friends, she realizes that it is because she loves Syaoran too. She rushes to the airport to tell him and he promises to return when he has taken care of some things. At the end of the series, he meets Sakura a year later having moved to Tomoeda permanently.

Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch
マーメイドメロディーぴちぴちピッチ
(Māmeido Merodī Pichi Pichi Picchi)
Genre Adventure, Comedy, Magical girl, Music, Romance
Manga
Author Michiko Yokote (story)
Pink Hanamori (art)
Publisher Flag of Japan Kodansha
English publisher Flag of the United States Del Rey
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Nakayoshi
Original run September 2003April 2005
Volumes 7
TV anime
Director Yoshitaka Fujimoto
Studio We’ve, Inc.
Licensor Flag of the United States ADV Films (dropped)
Network Flag of Japan TV Aichi
Original run April 05, 2003December 25, 2004
Episodes 91
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Plot

Lucia, Mermaid Princess of the North Pacific Ocean, sets out to land to find the boy she saved from a shipwreck seven years before the beginning of the story, to whom she had entrusted with her pink pearl. She eventually finds the boy: a surfer named Kaito Dōmoto. But as the human form Lucia assumed, named Lucia Nanami, bears very little resemblance to her mermaid form, Kaito cannot recognize her. She cannot tell Kaito who she really is; otherwise, according to mermaid folklore, she would turn into foam. She tries to convince Kaito into figuring out who she really is (since the legend does not say anything about the other person discovering a mermaid’s true identity by himself).

At the same time, Lucia has been told that a group of water creatures or suiyō (水妖) have invaded the marine world and she must gather the six other Mermaid Princesses and their pearls to bring back the legendary goddess, Aqua Regina, to stop them. To fulfill this, she joins forces with Hanon and Rina, Mermaid Princesses who came up to dry land, use their pearls, turn into singing idols, and use their voices as an offensive.

The Mermaid Princesses. Seira, introduced in this season, is the orange mermaid on the upper left.

This is the second season

Story

Sara had forgiven Tarō Mitsuki for the mistakes he made in the past (her hate for him disappeared and her black hair reverted to its orange color). But since she became such a close friend to Gaito and she wanted to share his fate for everything he has done, she decided to entrust her orange pearl to Lucia and join Gaito in his demise. The Marine World may go back to normal, but it has one less Mermaid Princess.

Enter Seira, the new owner of the orange pearl. But she’s not born yet; just a spirit who appears to Lucia in her dreams. In order for Seira to be born, her heart (心, kokoro) must merge with the orange pearl. But even before this happens, her heart is stolen by an angel named Michel. Lucia (together with Hanon and Rina) must retrieve pieces of her heart, even if she will face an almost unbeatable foe.

On the other hand, Kaito and Lucia love each other more, especially that Kaito has finally figured out that she is the mermaid who rescued him seven years before. But they are about to be separated once again when Kaito bounds for Hawaii to continue searching for the truth about his identity. But while in Hawaii, a surfing accident erases all of his memories. He is found and tended by a girl named Michal who has feelings for him. Lucia has to cope with this shock and attempt to let him remember at least some of his memories, especially of her.

Along with Lucia’s romantic troubles, this season also highlights Hanon and Rina’s love stories. Hanon rejects a persistent suitor, but finds newfound love with him after her fixation with her music teacher, Tarō Mitsuki, ends in disappointment. The story also covers Rina’s first experience of love…

Many new villains and villainesses appear, including the return of some older characters. This season also features songs for the villains as well as newer ones for the mermaids.

Full Moon o Sagashite

Cover of the first volume of the English release of Full Moon o Sagashite
満月をさがして
(Furu Mūn o Sagashite)
Genre Magical girl, Romance, Supernatural
Manga
Author Arina Tanemura
Publisher Flag of Japan Shueisha
English publisher Flag of the United States Flag of Canada Viz Media
Flag of Australia Flag of New Zealand Madman Entertainment
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Ribon
Original run January 2002June 2004
Volumes 7
TV anime
Director Toshiyuki Kato
Studio Flag of Japan Studio Deen
Licensor Flag of the United States Viz Media
Network Flag of Japan TV Tokyo
Original run April 06, 2002March 29, 2003
Episodes 52
OVA: Cute Cute Adventure
Director Bob Shirahata
Studio Studio Deen
Episodes 1
Released November 2002
Runtime 10 minutes
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Plot

12-year-old Mitsuki Koyama is a talented singer who dreams of becoming a pop idol, but she is afflicted with sarcoma, which is curable only through a surgery that could cost her vocal cords and her ability to sing. The tumor in her throat also affects her ability to breathe well and sing loudly. On top of that, her grandmother hates music, and is completely opposed to Mitsuki’s wish to audition. Her dreams seem impossible to achieve, until one day she is visited by two shinigami whom only she can see. Without knowing Mitsuki can see and hear them, they discuss how she only has one year left to live.

Realizing she cannot wait any longer to fulfill her dream, she runs away from her house and the shinigami to try to audition for a singing competition. However, the shinigami catch her before she is able to audition. Mitsuki moves one of the shinigami, Takuto, to make a deal with her—if she goes quietly when her one year is up, he will help her become a singer so that she may leave the world without any regrets. He gives her the ability to transform into a healthy 16-year-old self who is not encumbered by a throat tumor. Though there is much competition, she is able to win over the judges with her enthusiasm for singing and her excellent voice. To conceal her true identity, she chooses the stage name Fullmoon.

Mitsuki decided to become a singer two years before the shinigami’s arrival, when she was 10 years old. She made a promise with Eichi Sakurai, a 16-year-old boy she met in her orphanage, that the next time they met, they would both be closer to their dreams. Eichi wanted to become an astronomer and Mitsuki wanted to become a singer. Shortly after, Eichi was adopted and emigrated to America before Mitsuki could express her feelings for him. Mitsuki hopes that by becoming a famous idol, Eichi will be able to hear her sing and realize her feelings for him.

Shortly after her first audition to become a singer, the plot of the manga and anime of this series separate. The two stories share common themes, but events develop differently as the series advances. In addition, several of the characters in the anime have different histories and personalities from their manga counterparts.

She is much beutiful in anime

This is mitsuki when see isn't transformd

This is mitsuki when see isn't transformd

 

This is mitsuki when she is transformd

This is mitsuki when she is transformd

 

Kamikaze Kaitō Jeane

Cover of volume 1 of the original Japanese publication
神風怪盗ジャンヌ
(Kamikaze Kaitō Jannu)
Genre Kaitō, Magical Girl, Romance
Manga
Author Arina Tanemura
Publisher Flag of Japan Shueisha
English publisher Flag of the United States Flag of Canada CMX Manga
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Ribon Magazine
Original run February 1998July 2000
Volumes 7
TV anime
Director Atsunobu Umezawa
Studio Toei Animation
Network Flag of Japan TV Asahi
Flag of Germany RTL II
Flag of Spain K3
Original run February 13, 1999January 29, 2000
Episodes 44
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Plot

Shortly before the year 2000, 16-year-old high-school gymnast Maron Kusakabe is visited by the angel Finn Fish, who gives her a task. God’s power is scattered across the Earth, and if He does not gather enough by the turn of the millenium, He will die. To block Him, the Devil has sent out agents to gather His power, which is the beauty in human hearts, in the form of chess pieces. With Finn’s assistance, Maron transforms into the reincarnation of Jeanne D’Arc in order to hunt Demons hidden within works of art.

When Maron defeats a Demon, the artwork disappears, and to the outside world it is as if she has stolen it, and she becomes known as a kaitō (“phantom-thief”). Maron’s best friend is Miyako, the daughter of a police detective in charge of Jeanne’s case.

As the series progresses, Maron and Miyako fall in love with new classmate Chiaki, who is also secretly a demon hunter, Kaitō Sinbad. Chiaki at first “fakes” falling in love to get closer to Maron, knowing Maron is Jeanne. Later he falls in love truthfully after realizing that Maron’s worth the effort, even if she does “hate” him. Maron, on the other hand, is confused and does not know what “love” means because her parents abandoned her when she was around ten years old because they were having problems getting along, so no one taught her. As a result, she does not know how to respond to Chiaki’s advances. Eventually, she realizes that Chiaki is not a bad guy after all. She is deeply hurt, however, when she learns that Chiaki is her rival, Sinbad, and that he only went after her because he knew she was Jeanne.

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This on <-- side is when she is tranformd that guy is her love and --> girl is when she not transformd

Yes! Pretty Cure 5

Yes! Pretty Cure 5 title logo
Yes! プリキュア5
(Iesu! PuriKyua Faibu)
Genre Action, Comedy, Magical girl
TV anime
Director Toshiaki Komura
Studio Toei Animation
Licensor Flag of Japan Pony Canyon
Network Flag of Japan Animax, TV Asahi, Asahi Broadcasting Corporation
Original run February 4, 2007January 27, 2008
Episodes 49
TV anime: Yes Pretty Cure 5 GoGo!
Studio Toei Animation
Network Flag of Japan TV Asahi, Asahi Broadcasting Corporation
Original run February 3, 2008January 25, 2009
Episodes 48
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Yes! Pretty Cure 5

The original series started broadcasting on February 4, 2007 and ended on January 27, 2008 in Japan. Nozomi Yumehara, a regular student, finds a magical book called the Dream Collet in the library and meets Coco, a creature from the Palmier Kingdom. Nozomi decides to help restore his world, which has been destroyed by an organization called the Nightmare Company, by completing the Dream Collet and finding the 55 Pinkies to make any wish come true. By making her decision to help Coco, she proves she has the heart to be a Pretty Cure and is given her Pinky Catch from a pink butterfly letting her transform into Cure Dream. Meanwhile, the Nightmares are fighting the cures to steal the Dream Collet and defeat Pretty Cure. To help, she must choose a team of four other students to be Pretty Cure so that she may help protect the Dream Collet and save Nuts from his entrapment within. Together with Cure Rouge, Cure Lemonade, Cure Mint and Cure Aqua, they form the Pretty Cure Team.

The movie Kagami no Kuni no Miracle Daibōken! (鏡の国のミラクル大冒険 lit. Great Miraculous Adventure in the Mirror Kingdom) premiered on 10 November, 2007. While Nozomi and her friends are enjoying themselves at Princess Land, an amusement park, Coco and Nuts have been abducted into the Mirror Kingdom. At the same time, Shadow (Voiced by: Romi Park ) is after the Dream Collet so that he can use the power of the Pinkies to rule the Mirror Kingdom. To prevent this from happening, Migirin and Hidarin, who are residents of the Mirror Kingdom, become allies with Pretty Cure to assist in the fight against Shadow and rescuing Coco and Nuts.

This is when they are transformd

This is when they are transformd

 

 Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GoGo!

The sequel Yes! PreCure 5 GoGo! started its run on February 3, 2008. New characters, including a new Pretty Cure warrior, are introduced. The Cure Rose Garden has always been concealed from human eye. Flora, the area’s guardian, watches over it and ensures that the path to the secret area doesn’t appear. However Eternal, an art organization known for amassing treasure and artwork from many worlds, is trying to get to the garden. To do this, they first invade the Palmier Kingdom and four other kingdoms. Flora senses the approaching danger and sends a letter to Nozomi and the Pretty Cure 5. Their new mission is to find the four rulers that have fled from their kingdoms since they hold the Rose Garden Keys.

To perform this mission, Nozomi and the others regain their ability to transform into PreCure Five and a new heroine; Milky Rose, appears.

The sequel’s movie, Okashi no Kuni no Happy Birthday (お菓子の国のハッピーバースデー lit. Happy Birthday in the Land of Sweets) debuted in theaters in Japan on 8 November this year. The second season of Yes! Precure!

Futari wa Pretty Cure

Cure Black (Nagisa) and Cure White (Honoka)
ふたりはプリキュア
(Futari wa Purikyua)
Genre Magical girl, Martial arts
TV anime
Director Daisuke Nishio
Studio Toei Animation
Licensor Flag of Japan Pony Canyon
Network Flag of Japan Animax, TV Asahi, Asahi Broadcasting Corporation
Original run February 1, 2004January 30, 2005
Episodes 49
TV anime: Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart
Director Daisuke Nishio
Studio Toei Animation
Network Flag of Japan TV Asahi
Original run February 6, 2005January 29, 2006
Episodes 47
Animated film: Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart: The Movie
Director Atsuji Shimizu
Studio Toei Animation
Released Flag of Japan April 16, 2005
Runtime 70 min
Animated film: Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart the Movie 2: Yukizora no Tomodachi
Director Atsuji Shimizu
Studio Toei Animation
Released Flag of Japan December 10, 2005
Runtime 80 min
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Pretty Cure

The original Pretty Cure series, directed by Daisuke Nishio (known for Dragon Ball Z and Air Master) premiered on TV Asahi February 1, 2004. The story revolves around two girls, Nagisa Misumi and Honoka Yukishiro, who fight the forces of the Dusk Zone — a dimension of evil that encroached on the Garden of Light. The Zone’s power takes the form of the “Zakenna” (ザケンナー Zakennā?), creatures that infect people or items to turn them evil.

The Dusk Zone’s actions necessitated the escape of two of the Garden of Light’s protectors, odd talkative creatures named Mipple and Mepple. They serve as a source of information and peanut gallery for the series and are usually found within the girls’ transformation devices which resemble mobile phones. Mipple and Mepple, however, do not actually function as mobile phones, but rather as henshin devices. For short periods they can transform into their real selves and interact more easily with each other.

The initial run of the series has Cure White and Cure Black searching for the Prism Stones, and they place them in a heart shaped device known as the Prism Hopish. The Hopish is protected by the Guardian, Wisdom. Once they have discovered all the Prism Stones, its power takes them to the Garden of Light and repairs most of the damage done by the Dusk Zone.

Later in the series Porun, the Prince of the Garden of Light, is added to the mix. He transforms into what looks like an electronic notebook or a sort of gaming system. He has a controller and a mouse. The Guardian places the power of the Prism Stones in Porun and when he gets agitated, he shoots out power from his mouth, granting Pretty Cure their Rainbow Bracelets. These vastly strengthen them physically and supply them with a new attack. Porun has the added ability of premonition. Often in his sleep or just randomly he pops up and tells Pretty Cure something, and they have to figure out what the premonition means. He can contact the Garden of Light and various people from the Garden of Light with the power of the Prism Stones.

 

Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha
魔法少女リリカルなのは
(Mahō Shōjo Ririkaru Nanoha)
Genre Adventure, Magical girl
TV anime
Director Akiyuki Shinbo
Writer Masaki Tsuzuki
Studio Flag of Japan Seven Arcs
Licensor Flag of the United States Flag of Canada Geneon Entertainment
Network Flag of Japan Gifu Broadcasting System, TV Saitama, Mie Television, TV Osaka, Chiba TV, TV Kanagawa
Flag of South Korea Qwiny
Flag of Malaysia NTV7
Flag of the Republic of China Momo Kids
Original run October 1, 2004December 25, 2004
Episodes 13
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 Plot

Nanoha Takamachi is a 3rd grade elementary school girl. She lives with her parents who run a coffee shop, and her older sister and brother who are in high school and university respectively. Nanoha’s regular life changes when she hears a voice calling to her on the way home and ends up rescuing an injured ferret (who is actually a transformed boy called Yūno, an archaeologist from a distant world). She obtains a magical crystal called Raising Heart (レイジングハート Reijingu Hāto?), and gains magical powers.

After their encounter, Nanoha and Yūno have to collect the twenty-one “Jewel Seeds” (ジュエルシード Jueru Shīdo), powerful lost crystals from Yūno’s world that grant wishes and are very dangerous when misused. However, Nanoha and Yūno are not the only ones after the Jewel Seeds. So is Fate Testarossa, a foreign girl with sad eyes…

The second season is named

Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A’s

Story

A’s is set six months after the first series and begins by explaining what has happened in the time between the two series. Fate, Yūno and the rest of the Time-Space Administration Bureau return to help Nanoha combat a group of mysterious knights from another dimension called Velka. The knights serve a wheelchair-bound girl named Hayate, whose health will deteriorate until they complete an artifact called the Book of Darkness at the cost of the magic and spirits of civilians. The thirteen-episode series also introduces another new character, Gil Graham, and explains what happened to Lindy Harlaown’s husband.

Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS (魔法少女リリカルなのはStrikerS Mahō Shōjo Ririkaru Nanoha Sutoraikāzu?) is the third season of the Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha series. The Nanoha anime was, in turn, a spin-off of the Triangle Heart series of games and OVAs, specifically Triangle Heart 3: Sweet Songs Forever. This season aired shortly after the promotional event “Lyrical Party III” scheduled on April 1, 2007.

StrikerS takes place after the epilogue of Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A’s, aired between October and December 2005. While the epilogue connected A’s to a world six years later, StrikerS advances the timeline another four years, where the main characters have gone on to work for the Time-Space Administration Bureau (TSAB) and come upon a new case. The series focuses more on team-based battles and bureaucracy rather than individual rivalry and school life, due to the change in character dynamics.

A special sound stage, under the name of StrikerS Sound stage X will be released in Autumn 2008 on October 29. The story takes place 3 years after the events of StrikerS and continues the story of the 4 recruits of Section 6: Subaru, Teana, Erio and Caro, along with Vivio and the rest of the other Numbers.

Ultimate Girls
UG☆アルティメットガール
(UG☆Arutimetto Gaaru)
Genre Action, Comedy, Magical girl, Science fiction
TV anime
Director Yuji Mutoh
Studio Studio Matrix
Original run January 10, 2005March 28, 2005
Episodes 12
Light novel
Author Seiichi Take
Illustrator Ryusuke Hamamoto
Publisher Flag of Japan Dengeki Bunko
Demographic Male
Published 10 April 2005
Manga
Author Ryūsuke Hamamoto
Publisher MediaWorks
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Flag of Japan Dengeki Comic Gao!
Published October 2005
Volumes 1
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Plot

During one of the many monster attacks on the city where the story takes place, Silk Koharuno and her two friends attempt to get closer to the monster to get a better view. Unfortunately, the city’s protector, UFO-man, comes to the rescue but inadvertently steps on them and crushes the girls to death. Feeling sorry for what he had done, UFO-man blames their deaths on the monster and promises to bring them back to life by lending them his power. However, now they must become the city’s protectors as well.

Uta∽Kata
うた∽かた (詩片)
Genre Fantasy, Romance, Drama
TV anime
Director Keiji Gotoh
Studio Bandai Visual
Network TV Kanagawa
Original run October 3, 2004December 18, 2004
Episodes 12
OVA: Shotō no Futanatsu
Director Keiji Gotoh
Studio Hal Film Maker
Episodes 1
Released April 22, 2005
Manga
Author Keito Kōme
Publisher MediaWorks
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Dengeki Daioh
Volumes 1
Novel
Author Hidefumi Kimura
Illustrator Megumi Kadonosono
Publisher Bandai Visual
Volumes 1
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Plot

On the day before the summer holiday, Ichika Tachibana discovers that the charm attached to her cell phone has somehow wound up inside a mirror in the old school building. A girl named Manatsu Kuroki, inside the mirror, offers to return the charm and phone in exchange for a favor. When Ichika accepts, Manatsu emerges from the mirror, but Ichika finds to her chagrin that the charm’s stones’ have all taken on different colors. Her indignation soon turns to delight as she is transformed by the charm and given an incredibly moving experience in the skies above Kamakura.

After returning to the old classroom, Manatsu asks that Ichika use all the colored stones in the charm and record her experiences and thoughts. Starting with the facade of Manatsu as her text-message pal, Ichika begins to entangle herself in a web of small lies and deceptions.

When Ichika faces various dangers during the summer holiday, she at first uses the Djinn’s power within the stones to resolve them supernaturally. But as the summer draws on, she begins to use the power even though there is no imminent danger. Through each experience with the Djinn she learns about the willfulness of herself and others. Slowly, the power of the Djinn erodes her emotional, physical, and mental strength, and she abuses the power to the point of attempting murder.

Meanwhile, Ichika’s tutors, Sei and Kai, are tormented by Ichika’s ordeal—Sei had gone through the very same thing six years ago. They very much want to prevent Ichika from experiencing the same trials, but are bound to the rules of the ritual; when Sei tried to interfere, he was turned into stone as a penalty. Although Ichika tries to abandon using the Djinn’s power altogether, she finds herself losing control over her actions. Faced with fear, sadness, or anger, she finds that the Djinn grant her power against her will. Not only this, she finds that she cannot discard the charm, as it will fly back to her.

Ichika, in fact, had been subjected to a ritual judgment determined from the time she was conceived. Saya, the final Djinn, would take a young person of fourteen years—the age between the innocence of childhood and the hardness of adulthood—and show him or her the world through the eyes of the Djinn. The individual would experience seven trials that contrasted seven virtues and sins: affection and resentment, temperance and hubris, devotion and rebellion, honesty and treachery, reason and envy, passion and lust, wisdom and machination. When Ichika is thus led to despair in humanity and disgust of herself, Saya binds her to the mirror asks her to decide whether to destroy humanity or herself.

In response, however, Ichika refuses to choose either. Saya declares that as a violation of the rules, and drives her scythe towards Ichika’s body. Sei shatters his stone skin and tries to stop the scythe, but Ichika decides that it is better that she die rather than see him hurt. Manatsu, in defiance, drives herself into the scythe, saving Ichika’s life. Kai returns the life energy that kept him in human form to Sei, and both he and Manatsu revert to their original forms: shards of the old mirror.

When school resumed in the fall, Ichika decided to remain at Kamakura rather than join her parents in Italy. Elsewhere, Saya determined to move on and judge the next teenager.

Shugo Chara!

Promotional image from Shugo Chara!! Doki— showing Amu, her four Guardian Characters, and Amu’s three Character Transformations.
しゅごキャラ!
(Shugo Kyara!)
Genre Magical girl, Romance, Comedy
Manga
Author Peach-Pit
Publisher Flag of Japan Kodansha
English publisher Flag of the United States Del Rey Manga
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Flag of Japan Nakayoshi
Original run February 2006 – ongoing
Volumes 8
TV anime
Director Kenji Yasuda
Studio Satelight
Network Flag of Japan TV Tokyo
Original run October 6, 2007September 27, 2008
Episodes 51
TV anime: Shugo Chara!! Doki—
Director Kenji Yasuda
Studio Satelight
Network Flag of Japan TV Tokyo
Original run October 4, 2008 – ongoing
Episodes TBA
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Plot

The heroine of the story, Amu Hinamori, is a student at Seiyo Elementary.[1] At first glance, her classmates deem her “cool and spicy” and rumors speculate about her personal life. However, her real personality is that of a very shy girl who has trouble showing her true personality. One night, Amu wishes for the courage to show her “would-be” self, and the next morning finds three brightly colored eggs—red, blue, and green—in her bed. At first, she is alarmed, but realizes she must have really wished to change. These eggs hatch into three Guardian Characters: Ran, Miki, and Su. The Guardian Characters aid Amu in discovering who she truly is and help fulfill Amu’s dreams. Amu’s life becomes much more complex as she struggles to deal with her “would-be” selves and the Seiyo Elementary’s Guardians, who recruit Amu as the Joker to search for X Eggs and X Characters, the corrupted forms of peoples’ dreams.

Meanwhile, the Easter Company is extracting people’s eggs in search of a special egg called the Embryo. The Embryo is believed to grant any wish to the one who possesses it. However, the process creates X Eggs and X Characters.

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