History Anime / FutariWaPrettyCure

27th Nov '17 4:36:02 PM nombretomado
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* JapaneseStockPhrases: You can make a DrinkingGame out of it: Take a shot every time you hear someone say "Even if you say that..." and not finish the sentence, and you'll need a new liver in short order. (Take a shot every time it's clear ''what the speaker means,'' and... you'll die of thirst. There's such a thing as an overly literal translation, after all.) The series is also fond of ThisIsUnforgivable before fight scenes, and "Don't say unnecessary things!" when someone has said... pretty much anything the other person doesn't like.
23rd Oct '17 4:47:37 AM fruitstripegum
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* RecycledSoundtrack: The opening theme is kinda recycled from [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVKGIdacl20 Hatena no Boomerang]], the opening to the anime version of Creator/OsamuTezuka's ''Manga/TheThreeEyedOne'', both songs were composed by Yasuo Kosugi



* RecycledSoundtrack: The opening theme is kinda recycled from [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVKGIdacl20 Hatena no Boomerang]], the opening to the anime version of Creator/OsamuTezuka's ''Manga/TheThreeEyedOne'', both songs were composed by Yasuo Kosugi
22nd Oct '17 4:58:57 PM valar55
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The first series in what would become the ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' franchise, ''Futari wa Pretty Cure'' ("The Two of Us Are Pretty Cure") is a AnimeFirst {{Magical Girl}} show done with a modern, self-aware approach to an old genre.

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The first series in what would become the ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' franchise, ''Futari wa Pretty Cure'' ("The Two of Us Are Pretty Cure") is a an AnimeFirst {{Magical Girl}} show done with a modern, self-aware approach to an old genre.
3rd Aug '17 12:52:28 PM AraleBear
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* SchoolgirlLesbians: Implied with Nagisa's admirers.

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* SchoolgirlLesbians: Implied with Nagisa's admirers. Also this seems to be involved with [[RomanticTwoGirlFriendship Nagisa and Honoka]].
14th Dec '16 11:34:36 AM Xtifr
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The show proved so popular that a direct sequel, '''''Futari wa Pretty Cure [=MaX=] Heart''''', followed immediately afterwards. Following the finale of ''Futari wa'', the Queen of Light is forced to shatter her own essence and scatter the pieces to Earth. Nagisa and Honoka are recruited once more by the Garden of Light, given [[FrillyUpgrade upgraded powers]] and tasked with [[GottaCatchEmAll finding the twelve "Heartiels"]] that make up the Queen's heart. Aiding them is a MysteriousWaif called Hikari who transforms into [[SixthRanger Third Ranger]] Shiny Luminous, and avoids [[SoLastSeason the usual problem with new members]] by acting as more of a SupportPartyMember to Black and White. Opposing them are the remnants of the Dusk Zone, who are seeking a way to revive the Dark King.

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The show proved so popular that a direct sequel, '''''Futari ''Futari wa Pretty Cure [=MaX=] Heart''''', Heart'', followed immediately afterwards. Following the finale of ''Futari wa'', the Queen of Light is forced to shatter her own essence and scatter the pieces to Earth. Nagisa and Honoka are recruited once more by the Garden of Light, given [[FrillyUpgrade upgraded powers]] and tasked with [[GottaCatchEmAll finding the twelve "Heartiels"]] that make up the Queen's heart. Aiding them is a MysteriousWaif called Hikari who transforms into [[SixthRanger Third Ranger]] Shiny Luminous, and avoids [[SoLastSeason the usual problem with new members]] by acting as more of a SupportPartyMember to Black and White. Opposing them are the remnants of the Dusk Zone, who are seeking a way to revive the Dark King.
21st Sep '16 3:48:46 AM TheShugoTV
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* RecycledSoundtrack: The opening theme is kinda recycled from [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVKGIdacl20 Hatena no Boomerang]], the opening to the anime version of Creator/OsamuTezuka's ''Manga/TheThreeEyedOne'', both songs were composed by Yasuo Kosugi
24th Jun '16 8:35:22 PM nombretomado
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FourKidsEntertainment originally had the US license (in the same package deal rumored to also give them ''Manga/OnePiece'' and ''[[Anime/OjamajoDoremi Magical DoReMi]]''), but they dropped the license before they did anything with it for unknown reasons (possibly due to the failures of ''[=DoReMi=]'' and ''[[Manga/TokyoMewMew Mew Mew Power]]''). Creator/{{YTV}} then signed a deal with Toei to air the show in Canada in 2009 where the English dub (produced by Toei/YTV and [[Creator/TheOceanGroup Ocean Studios]]) debuted. Additionally, it has aired in this form in Australia and New Zealand on Cartoon Network; and in the UK on [=PopGirl=]. And if you live in America, you can legally watch the subtitled version from Toei [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/pretty-cure right here]], right now.

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FourKidsEntertainment Creator/FourKidsEntertainment originally had the US license (in the same package deal rumored to also give them ''Manga/OnePiece'' and ''[[Anime/OjamajoDoremi Magical DoReMi]]''), but they dropped the license before they did anything with it for unknown reasons (possibly due to the failures of ''[=DoReMi=]'' and ''[[Manga/TokyoMewMew Mew Mew Power]]''). Creator/{{YTV}} then signed a deal with Toei to air the show in Canada in 2009 where the English dub (produced by Toei/YTV and [[Creator/TheOceanGroup Ocean Studios]]) debuted. Additionally, it has aired in this form in Australia and New Zealand on Cartoon Network; and in the UK on [=PopGirl=]. And if you live in America, you can legally watch the subtitled version from Toei [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/pretty-cure right here]], right now.
11th Apr '16 7:08:48 PM Piando
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''Pretty Cure'' bucks the formula in other ways. The girls are [[ActionGirl very physical when fighting]]: leaping, punching and kicking their foes and reserving magical attacks for the [[FinishingMove final blow]]. Both girls possess [[LightningBruiser super-strength and agility]], making them far more formidable in hand-to-hand combat than the usual magical girl. It's worth noting at this point that the director of ''Pretty Cure'' was Daisuke Nishio, whose resume also includes ''[[{{Dragonball}} Dragonball Z]]''.

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''Pretty Cure'' bucks the formula in other ways. The girls are [[ActionGirl very physical when fighting]]: leaping, punching and kicking their foes and reserving magical attacks for the [[FinishingMove final blow]]. Both girls possess [[LightningBruiser super-strength and agility]], making them far more formidable in hand-to-hand combat than the usual magical girl. It's worth noting at this point that the director of ''Pretty Cure'' was Daisuke Nishio, whose resume also includes ''[[{{Dragonball}} Dragonball Z]]''.
''Anime/DragonBallZ''.
16th Mar '16 1:52:30 PM Willbyr
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*** The lacrosse uniforms in MuvLuv include them as well; must be a Japanese thing.

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*** The lacrosse uniforms in MuvLuv Franchise/MuvLuv include them as well; must be a Japanese thing.
15th Mar '16 9:08:05 AM hamza678
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Amusing tidbit--in interviews, Creator/EiichiroOda mentioned his daughter enjoys this show over [[Manga/OnePiece his own work]].

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Amusing tidbit--in interviews, Creator/EiichiroOda mentioned his daughter enjoys this show over [[Manga/OnePiece his own work]].
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