History Anime / PrettySammy

30th Jun '16 6:53:43 AM fruitstripegum
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* MarketBasedTitle: ''Magical Girl Pretty Sammy TV'' was renamed to ''Magical Project S'' for the United States release because supposedly, the OVA series did so poorly as to seem feasible to attempt distancing away from it.
30th Jun '16 4:56:44 AM fruitstripegum
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* AmazonBrigade: A villainous example with Team Sexy Mrs. (aka Team Lovely Madams) in the TV series.



* AmazonBrigade: A villainous example with Team Sexy Mrs. (aka Team Lovely Madams) in the TV series.
16th Jun '16 4:07:54 PM nombretomado
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The OVA and TV series divulge in a few aspects, most notably how certain ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' alumni are re-cast. The TV series is also much more dedicated to being an AffectionateParody of the MagicalGirl genre with its own unique cast of characters instead of a simple AlternateUniverse short.

The TV series had a strange official release in English: unlike every other iteration of the ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' franchise, the show was released in a subtitles-only format without an English dub. It was also advertised as being intended for very young children (ages 3 and up) and had mild censorship to fit this demographic, despite the fact that their target audience was too young to ''read''. This release is currently out of print.

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The OVA and TV series divulge in a few aspects, most notably how certain ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' ''Tenchi Muyo!'' alumni are re-cast. The TV series is also much more dedicated to being an AffectionateParody of the MagicalGirl genre with its own unique cast of characters instead of a simple AlternateUniverse short.

The TV series had a strange official release in English: unlike every other iteration of the ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' ''Tenchi Muyo!'' franchise, the show was released in a subtitles-only format without an English dub. It was also advertised as being intended for very young children (ages 3 and up) and had mild censorship to fit this demographic, despite the fact that their target audience was too young to ''read''. This release is currently out of print.



* LighterAndSofter: Versus ''TenchiMuyo''. ''Anime/SasamiMagicalGirlsClub'' is a LighterAndSofter version of ''this'' series.

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* LighterAndSofter: Versus ''TenchiMuyo''.''Anime/TenchiMuyo''. ''Anime/SasamiMagicalGirlsClub'' is a LighterAndSofter version of ''this'' series.
5th Dec '15 4:55:30 PM Griffonmender
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* BeneathTheMask Misao Amano , as a mater of fact she inspired the trope

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* BeneathTheMask Misao Amano , as a mater matter of fact she inspired the trope
1st Aug '15 11:31:08 AM ShorinBJ
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* AndTheAdventureContinues: Ending of ''Magical Project S''. Also parodied. [[spoiler: At the end of the episode Tsunami asks Sasami to become a MagicalGirl again (with [[EleventhHourSuperpower an upgraded]] MagicWand) to stop a problem on Mars. TheStinger reveals that the problem was hostile Martians lead by Romio and then shows that Sammy and Misa have arrived to stop her. The very last scene is an attack that leaves a ''giant heart-shaped hole in Mars''.]]

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* AndTheAdventureContinues: Ending of ''Magical Project S''. Also parodied. [[spoiler: At the end of the episode Tsunami asks Sasami to become a MagicalGirl again (with [[EleventhHourSuperpower an upgraded]] MagicWand) to stop a problem on Mars. TheStinger reveals that the problem was hostile Martians lead led by Romio and then shows that Sammy and Misa have arrived to stop her. The very last scene is an attack that leaves a ''giant heart-shaped hole in Mars''.]]
15th Jul '15 2:59:07 AM CCharmanderK
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** In episode 13, when Honoka attempts to explain how she and Ginji met to Sasami, a brief shot appears directly referencing a near identical scene in ''[[Anime/LupinIIIGreenJacket Lupin the Third: Part I]]'', with Ginji replacing Lupin (while wearing Lupin's red jacket from ''Part II'') and Honoka added in as Fujiko (who wasn't there in the referenced shot).
29th Jan '15 6:23:38 PM 102372
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''Pretty Sammy'' is a spin-off series of the ''TenchiMuyo'' universe, taking the existing characters and re-purposing them for a tongue-in-cheek MagicalGirl show. It spans three [=OAVs=] (''Magical Girl Pretty Sammy'') and a 26-episode TV series (''Magical Girl Pretty Sammy TV'', or ''Magical Project S'' in the United States).

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''Pretty Sammy'' is a spin-off series of the ''TenchiMuyo'' ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' universe, taking the existing characters and re-purposing them for a tongue-in-cheek MagicalGirl show. It spans three [=OAVs=] (''Magical Girl Pretty Sammy'') and a 26-episode TV series (''Magical Girl Pretty Sammy TV'', or ''Magical Project S'' in the United States).



The OVA and TV series divulge in a few aspects, most notably how certain Tenchi Muyo alumni are re-cast. The TV series is also much more dedicated to being an AffectionateParody of the MagicalGirl genre with its own unique cast of characters instead of a simple AlternateUniverse short.

The TV series had a strange official release in English: unlike every other iteration of the ''TenchiMuyo'' franchise, the show was released in a subtitles-only format without an English dub. It was also advertised as being intended for very young children (ages 3 and up) and had mild censorship to fit this demographic, despite the fact that their target audience was too young to ''read''. This release is currently out of print.

A three-volume ''Pretty Sammy'' manga series was also released in Japan, but no English version was ever produced. The series is a little odd in that the first half of the first volume is based on ''Magical Girl Pretty Sammy'' while the remaining two and a half volumes are based on ''Magical Project S''. A two-part short story based on the OVA continuity also appeared in an issue of the Tenchi Muyo manga.

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The OVA and TV series divulge in a few aspects, most notably how certain Tenchi Muyo ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' alumni are re-cast. The TV series is also much more dedicated to being an AffectionateParody of the MagicalGirl genre with its own unique cast of characters instead of a simple AlternateUniverse short.

The TV series had a strange official release in English: unlike every other iteration of the ''TenchiMuyo'' ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' franchise, the show was released in a subtitles-only format without an English dub. It was also advertised as being intended for very young children (ages 3 and up) and had mild censorship to fit this demographic, despite the fact that their target audience was too young to ''read''. This release is currently out of print.

A three-volume ''Pretty Sammy'' manga series was also released in Japan, but [[NoExportForYou no English version was ever produced. produced]]. The series is a little odd odd, in that the first half of the first volume is based on ''Magical Girl Pretty Sammy'' Sammy'', while the remaining two and a half two-and-a-half volumes are based on ''Magical Project S''. A two-part short story based on the OVA continuity also appeared in an issue of the Tenchi Muyo ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' manga.



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!!!These !!These shows provide examples of:
18th Jan '15 12:50:19 PM Iwishtologin
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* AbuseIsOkayWhenItIsFemaleOnMale: Ramia often abuses her young brother Rumiya when she is angry. Always PlayedForLaughs [[KarmaHoudini without repercussion]].


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* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: Ramia often abuses her young brother Rumiya when she is angry. Always PlayedForLaughs [[KarmaHoudini without repercussion]].
25th Dec '14 6:34:52 PM Lyner
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* ClarkKenting: Sasami and Sammy look pretty much identical except for their clothing, yet nobody except Washu seems to put two and two together immediately.

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* ClarkKenting: Sasami and Sammy look pretty much identical except for their clothing, yet nobody except Washu seems to put two and two together immediately.[[spoiler: In the end of the final episode, when she's re-recruited in front of everyone, it's revealed that they all knew from the moment they saw her, but since she insisted that she was "Pretty Sammy", not "Sasami", and seemed so embarrassed, they decided to play along. Naturally Sasami is mortified.]]
5th Sep '14 5:13:43 AM MartialArtsMaster
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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: In the TV series the episode, "East Vs. West", is, to put it simply, [[CoolVersusAwesome ninjas vs. cowboys]]. Pretty Sammy is on the side of the ninjas, while Pixy Misa on the side of the cowboys. [[spoiler:The ninjas eventually win after figuring out ways to counter the gunmen, but the ninja leader then decides he was mistaken too since only destruction comes from disputes, and offers to use both ninjas ''and'' westerns in the entertainment land.]]

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* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: In the TV series the episode, "East Vs. West", is, to put it simply, [[CoolVersusAwesome ninjas vs. cowboys]]. Pretty Sammy is on the side of the ninjas, while Pixy Misa on the side of the cowboys. [[spoiler:The ninjas eventually win after figuring out ways to counter the gunmen, cowboys, but the ninja leader then decides he was mistaken too since only destruction comes from disputes, and offers to use both ninjas ''and'' westerns cowboys in the entertainment land.]]
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