History Anime / HeartcatchPrettyCure

8th May '17 11:47:18 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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* CainAndAbel: [[spoiler:Yuri Tsukikage and Dark Pretty Cure.]] It ended relatively well, [[spoiler: with Mr. Tsukikage acknowledging that both of them are his daughters and that Dark Pretty Cure is indeed Yuri's little sister]]. [[AlasPoorVillain But not before Cure Moonlight dealt lethal damage to Dark Pretty Cure...]]

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* CainAndAbel: [[spoiler:Yuri Tsukikage and Dark Pretty Cure.]] It ended relatively well, [[spoiler: with Mr. Tsukikage acknowledging that both of them are his daughters and that Dark Pretty Cure is indeed Yuri's little sister]]. [[AlasPoorVillain But not before Cure Moonlight dealt lethal damage to Dark Pretty Cure...]]Cure…]]
* CallBack: In Episode 48, [[spoiler:Salamander and Olivier from TheMovie appear in Sabaaku's StartOfDarkness flashback]].



* ContinuityNod: At the end of TheMovie, [[spoiler:the fairies are shown waving the light sticks first used in the All Stars [=DX2=] movie.]]
** The Miracle Lights have been used as AudienceParticipation in all but a few of the Pretty Cure movies.
** Also, in Episode 48, [[spoiler:Salamander and Olivier from TheMovie appear in Sabaaku's StartOfDarkness flashback.]]



** The novels makes things actually ''even darker'', rounding up the villains further: [[spoiler:Kumojacky, Cobraja and Sasorina's backstories were revealed as of why they become Desert Apostles: Kumojacky was kicked out of his dojo due to violent outburst, Cobraja was expelled from fashion business due to his arrogance and narcissism, Sasorina... had an accident in her career as a child caretaker that killed a child under her care. But that didn't match up with Dune's. Let's see, turns out his father was a super abusive and wanting him dead, killed his mother and his nanny that tried protecting him while he escaped, all while he planned to TakeOverTheWorld, causing Dune to strike a DealWithTheDevil and gains power through his sheer hatred to his father and decided that if his father wanted to take over Earth, he'll destroy it to spite on his father.]] Any wonders that these materials are left out in the actual show?

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** The novels makes things actually ''even darker'', rounding up the villains further: [[spoiler:Kumojacky, Cobraja and Sasorina's backstories were revealed as of why they become Desert Apostles: Kumojacky was kicked out of his dojo due to violent outburst, Cobraja was expelled from fashion business due to his arrogance and narcissism, Sasorina... had an accident in her career as a child caretaker that killed a child under her care. But that didn't match up with Dune's. Let's see, turns out his father was a super abusive {{Abusive Parent|s}} and wanting wanted him dead, killed his mother and his nanny that tried protecting him while he escaped, all while he planned to TakeOverTheWorld, causing Dune to strike a DealWithTheDevil and gains power through his sheer hatred to his father and decided that if his father wanted to take over Earth, he'll destroy it to spite on his father.]] Any wonders wonder that these materials are left out in the actual show?



* EasilyForgiven: [[spoiler: The movie villain, Baron Salamander gets forgiven for all the shit he pulled, including turning his foster son into a mindless monster to reclaim his former power (never mind standard villain stuff, like immediately using said power to try burning France to cinders... which failed). While Dune in the main series gets similar forgiveness in the end, he gets to be purified to the point of becoming an essentially different entity (even if he survives), while Salamander doesn't. However, Salamander had his power source destroyed so his only way is to restart his life like a normal human instead of repeating his shits, with Olivier by his side. On the bright side, he does have a chance to change his viewpoint of "The world rejects me! I'm all alone in this world!" thanks to still having Olivier.]]

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* EasilyForgiven: [[spoiler: The movie villain, Baron Salamander gets forgiven for all the shit he pulled, including turning his foster son into a mindless monster to reclaim his former power (never mind standard villain stuff, like immediately using said power to try burning France to cinders... cinders… which failed). While Dune in the main series gets similar forgiveness in the end, he gets to be purified to the point of becoming an essentially different entity (even if he survives), while Salamander doesn't. However, Salamander had his power source destroyed so his only way is to restart his life like a normal human instead of repeating his shits, crimes, with Olivier by his side. On the bright side, he does have a chance to change his viewpoint of "The world rejects me! I'm all alone in this world!" thanks to still having Olivier.]]



* FacelessMasses: In the opening, some formless, keyhole-shaped people chase Erika and Tsubomi. Itsuki, Kanae, Nanami and a background student are the only ones with definite shapes, but the last two become formless in the next shot.

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* FacelessMasses: In the opening, some formless, keyhole-shaped people chase Erika and Tsubomi. Itsuki, Kanae, Nanami Nanami, and a background student are the only ones with definite shapes, but the last two become formless in the next shot.



* GaiasLament: [[{{Big Bad}} Dune's]] main goal. [[spoiler: He succeeds in episode 45 by wilting the [[{{WorldTree}} Heart Tree]] himself.]]

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* GaiasLament: [[{{Big Bad}} Dune's]] main goal. [[spoiler: He succeeds in episode 45 by wilting the [[{{WorldTree}} [[WorldTree Heart Tree]] himself.]]



* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:Alas, poor Mr. Tsukikage and Dark Pretty Cure...]]

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* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:Alas, poor Mr. Tsukikage and Dark Pretty Cure...]]Cure…]]



* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: In episode 7, the gap between Tsubomi fawning over Itsuki and lamenting that [[UnsettlingGenderReveal Itsuki is really a girl]] is about 3 minutes. Her lamentation was...
-->''My first love... ended in three minutes...''

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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: In episode 7, the gap between Tsubomi fawning over Itsuki and lamenting that [[UnsettlingGenderReveal Itsuki is really a girl]] is about 3 minutes. Her lamentation was...
was…
-->''My first love... love… ended in three minutes...''minutes…'



* LoveConfession: Yuri gets one in episode 42...by a childhood friend [[PrecociousCrush at least 5 years younger than she is]].

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* LoveConfession: Yuri gets one in episode 42...42… by a childhood friend [[PrecociousCrush at least 5 years younger than she is]].



** And then there's episode 28 where they take out an army of [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters Of The Week]]...let that sink in for a few seconds.

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** And then there's episode 28 where they take out an army of [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters Of The Week]]...Week]]… let that sink in for a few seconds.



* PokemonSpeak: Averted, unlike other Pretty Cure MonsterOfTheWeek, the Desertrians in fact uses the same voice to shout the frustrations of the VictimOfTheWeek loudly. And considering that each episodes have different victims...

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* PokemonSpeak: Averted, unlike other Pretty Cure ''Pretty Cure'' MonsterOfTheWeek, the Desertrians in fact uses the same voice to shout the frustrations of the VictimOfTheWeek loudly. And considering that each episodes have different victims...victims…



* RealMenWearPink: Ban-kun is a very scary looking guy with a bad reputation... who also loves drawing weepy shojo manga of Cure Blossom and Cure Marine.

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* RealMenWearPink: Ban-kun is a very scary looking guy with a bad reputation... reputation… who also loves drawing weepy shojo manga of Cure Blossom and Cure Marine.



** Kumojacky looks a lot like Anime/CaptainHarlock..

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** Kumojacky looks a lot like Anime/CaptainHarlock..Anime/CaptainHarlock.



** Cure Sunshine caused a lot of comparisons with [[Series/KamenRiderBlackRX a certain other child of the sun...]] [[http://cdn-ak.f.st-hatena.com/images/fotolife/a/ahousa/20100718/20100718104853_original.jpg For example.]]

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** Cure Sunshine caused a lot of comparisons with [[Series/KamenRiderBlackRX a certain other child of the sun...]] sun…]] [[http://cdn-ak.f.st-hatena.com/images/fotolife/a/ahousa/20100718/20100718104853_original.jpg For example.]]



* TemptingFate: Erika's "Don't worry, if powerful enemies appear, we will smack 'em down!". [[spoiler: Naturally enough, the very next scene has the Pretty Cures tasting a sample of Dune's real power. And then Dune reveals just what kind of monster he is...he probably wouldn't be very out of place in ''Franchise/{{Halo}}''.]]

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* TemptingFate: Erika's "Don't worry, if powerful enemies appear, we will smack 'em down!". down!" [[spoiler: Naturally enough, the very next scene has the Pretty Cures tasting a sample of Dune's real power. And then Dune reveals just what kind of monster he is...is… he probably wouldn't be very out of place in ''Franchise/{{Halo}}''.]]



* ThresholdGuardians: [[spoiler: Kaoruko and that hot guy...er, Coupe-sama acted as proctors for the Pretty Cures' test to receive the Heartcatch Mirage.]]

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* ThresholdGuardians: [[spoiler: Kaoruko and that hot guy...er, guy…er, Coupe-sama acted as proctors for the Pretty Cures' test to receive the Heartcatch Mirage.]]



* UnexplainedRecovery: [[spoiler:Not only do the Desert Generals, whose recoveries ''are'' explained, manage to recover, returning to being normal humans after being purified, but Erika implies that even the Sunackies survived... somehow. [[KilledOffForReal Mr. Tsukikage and Dark Pretty Cure however, aren't so fortunate...]]]]

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* UnexplainedRecovery: [[spoiler:Not only do the Desert Generals, whose recoveries ''are'' explained, manage to recover, returning to being normal humans after being purified, but Erika implies that even the Sunackies survived... survived… somehow. [[KilledOffForReal Mr. Tsukikage and Dark Pretty Cure however, aren't so fortunate...]]]]fortunate…]]]]



* WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue: The final episode shows everyone a year after the events of the series. The ''Heartcatch'' novel gives a proper one for the main heroines: [[spoiler:Yuri moves back to Kyoto with her mom and attends Kyoto College, Itsuki goes to France to study fashion, Tsubomi takes up English so she can join NASA and Erika... just wants to start a High School Fashion Club.]]

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* WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue: The final episode shows everyone a year after the events of the series. The ''Heartcatch'' novel gives a proper one for the main heroines: [[spoiler:Yuri moves back to Kyoto with her mom and attends Kyoto College, Itsuki goes to France to study fashion, Tsubomi takes up English so she can join NASA and Erika... Erika… just wants to start a High School Fashion Club.]]



''[[TheStinger Fuwawawawaa...]]''

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''[[TheStinger Fuwawawawaa...]]''Fuwawawawaa…]]''
7th May '17 8:40:12 PM iBlewupthemoon
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* HypocriticalHumor: Tsubomi lectures Mayuka in episode 44 about lying to gain popularity and then immediately lies that she's just friends with the Pretty Cure. Mayuka sees right through her
11th Apr '17 6:20:42 PM nombretomado
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* ByThePowerOfGreyskull: This time, it's "''Pretty Cure, Open My Heart!''" ''ShugoChara'' anyone?

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* ByThePowerOfGreyskull: This time, it's "''Pretty Cure, Open My Heart!''" ''ShugoChara'' ''Manga/ShugoChara'' anyone?
9th Apr '17 5:17:21 PM nombretomado
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* PunchedAcrossTheRoom: Well, Kumojacky punches Cure Marine across the space platform and ''through'' several stone pillars in episode 46. That's some ''SaintSeiya''-level battle there.

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* PunchedAcrossTheRoom: Well, Kumojacky punches Cure Marine across the space platform and ''through'' several stone pillars in episode 46. That's some ''SaintSeiya''-level ''Manga/SaintSeiya''-level battle there.
24th Mar '17 4:24:51 AM TheomanZero
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* TransformationIsAFreeAction: The TransformationSequence is quite long as per ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' standards. And the villains and monsterOfTheWeek do absolutely nothing to prepare for the fight while it's happening. The barrier protecting the girls justifies them not attacking.

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* TransformationIsAFreeAction: The TransformationSequence is quite long as per ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' standards. And the villains and monsterOfTheWeek MonsterOfTheWeek do absolutely nothing to prepare for the fight while it's happening. The barrier protecting the girls justifies them not attacking.
24th Mar '17 3:46:10 AM TheomanZero
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* BadassCape: The mascots can transform into flight capes, allowing their partners to fly. Cure Moonlight can have this wihtout a mascot.

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* BadassCape: The mascots can transform into flight capes, allowing their partners to fly. Cure Moonlight can have this wihtout without a mascot.
8th Mar '17 6:33:53 PM YourIdeas
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* {{Expy}}:
** Sayaka in episode 3 is into soccer, and looks a lot like Rin from ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5''. Lampshaded in episode 21 when Potpourri is scouting for the third Pretty Cure, and tells her there have been soccer-playing Cures before.
** Prior to the show's premiere, some people thought Tsubomi and Erika resembled [[Anime/FushigiboshiNoFutagoHime Fine and Rein]], mainly because of the theme colors.
** Hiroto from episode 15 looks like a young [[Manga/RurouniKenshin Kenshin]], though the crossed scar is on the opposite cheek.
** Way too many people compare Erika's older sister Momoka to [[Anime/FreshPrettyCure Miki]], right down to her being a fashion model.
29th May '16 5:02:47 AM Doug86
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* ImprobableWeaponUser: Cobraja throws exploding photos, a la [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} a certain Cajun.]]

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* ImprobableWeaponUser: Cobraja throws exploding photos, a la [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen a certain Cajun.]]
5th May '16 2:31:09 PM Mayjaplaya
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** In the OnTheNext episode preview at the end of the first episode, Erika complains that she had already been captured, despite being a protagonist. She then groans in disappointment after Tsubomi questions whether or not she's really a protagonist.
21st Nov '15 11:41:30 AM nombretomado
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** Hiroto from episode 15 looks like a young [[RurouniKenshin Kenshin]], though the crossed scar is on the opposite cheek.

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** Hiroto from episode 15 looks like a young [[RurouniKenshin [[Manga/RurouniKenshin Kenshin]], though the crossed scar is on the opposite cheek.
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