History Manga / CardCaptorSakura

26th Jul '16 12:10:13 AM OmegaMetroid
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The anime was dubbed by Creator/{{Nelvana}} and Creator/OceanStudios as ''Cardcaptors'' with much {{Bowdlerization}} in the process. The US version changed many details and even episode order to shoehorn secondary protagonist Syaoran Li into the ''main'' character slot (as a co-protagonist with Sakura) in an attempt to make the show appeal more towards young boys. The UK release kept the original episode order, which undid some of the meddling. An alternate dub from Omni Productions aired on Animax stations around the world.

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The anime was dubbed by Creator/{{Nelvana}} and Creator/OceanStudios as ''Cardcaptors'' with much {{Bowdlerization}} in the process.process[[labelnote:*]]Most of which [[ScrewedByTheNetwork was actually done by Kids WB!]], [[MisBlamed not Nelvana]].[[/labelnote]]. The US version changed many details and even episode order to shoehorn secondary protagonist Syaoran Li into the ''main'' character slot (as a co-protagonist with Sakura) in an attempt to make the show appeal more towards young boys. The UK release kept the original episode order, which undid some of the meddling. An alternate dub from Omni Productions aired on Animax stations around the world.
13th Jun '16 7:37:40 AM GlitteringFlowers
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A sequel manga has been announced and will start in June, 2016.

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A sequel manga has been announced and will start started in June, 2016.
2016, and it takes up the story right after the end of the manga itself.
6th Jun '16 11:36:33 PM Amenohi
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* {{Bookends}}: A minor case in the anime's Clow Card arc: Windy is the first card Sakura uses to aid her catch Fly, and also the last card she uses during the final judgement [[to entrap Yue, who by that time wasn't aware it wasn't drawing its powers from the Moon anymore]]. If it counts, Windy is also the first card to be used with Sakura's star rod (though it was not transformed into a Sakura Card until later).

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* {{Bookends}}: A minor case in the anime's Clow Card arc: Windy is the first card Sakura uses to aid her catch Fly, and also the last card she uses during the final judgement [[to [[spoiler:to entrap Yue, who by that time wasn't aware it wasn't drawing its powers from the Moon anymore]]. If it counts, Windy is also the first card to be used with Sakura's star rod (though it was not transformed into a Sakura Card until later).
6th Jun '16 11:30:30 PM Amenohi
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* {{Bookends}}: A minor case in the anime's Clow Card arc: Windy is the first card Sakura uses to aid her catch Fly, and also the last card she uses during the final judgement [[to entrap Yue, who by that time wasn't aware it wasn't drawing its powers from the Moon anymore]]. If it counts, Windy is also the first card to be used with Sakura's star rod (though it was not transformed into a Sakura Card until later).
30th May '16 4:54:25 PM SpaceDrake
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* DependingOnTheArtist: A few elements, but most notable by far was ''Sakura's hair color''. Even among the CLAMP artists, her hair color could vary between strawberry blonde, a light red, a very pale brown and then all the way down to chestnut brown. The anime stuck mostly to a mid-tone brown but could still vary, especially depending on lighting conditions. Fan artists, of course, will happily pick one of the ''many'' published hair colors and run with it and it alone.
30th May '16 4:37:32 PM SpaceDrake
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Compare ''Manga/SailorMoon'', which is the other "major" example most English-speakers think of vis-à-vis {{Magical Girl}}s. Contrast ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', ''Anime/PrincessTutu'', and also ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'', the most notable {{Deconstruction}}s of the ''whole'' genre and concept (and the last of which feels aimed rather squarely at this show in particular).

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Compare ''Manga/SailorMoon'', which is the other "major" example most English-speakers think of vis-à-vis {{Magical Girl}}s. Contrast ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', ''Anime/PrincessTutu'', and also ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'', the most notable {{Deconstruction}}s of the ''whole'' genre and concept (and the last of which feels aimed rather squarely at this show series in particular).
30th May '16 4:37:16 PM SpaceDrake
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One of Creator/{{CLAMP}}'s most iconic manga series, it was adapted into a seventy-episode anime and two movies, which [[AdaptationExpansion added a lot of new elements in the process]]. Alongside ''Manga/SailorMoon'', it is widely considered to be a TropeCodifier for the MagicalGirl genre, whose influences are still felt today.

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One of Creator/{{CLAMP}}'s most iconic manga series, it was adapted into a seventy-episode anime and two movies, which [[AdaptationExpansion added a lot of new elements in the process]]. Alongside ''Manga/SailorMoon'', it is widely considered to be a TropeCodifier for the MagicalGirl genre, whose influences are still felt today.
and its influence remains nigh-universal, particularly in Japan.



Compare ''Manga/SailorMoon'', which is the other "major" example most English-speakers think of vis-à-vis {{Magical Girl}}s. Contrast ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', ''Anime/PrincessTutu'', and also ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'', the most notable {{Deconstruction}}s of the ''whole'' genre and concept.

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Compare ''Manga/SailorMoon'', which is the other "major" example most English-speakers think of vis-à-vis {{Magical Girl}}s. Contrast ''Anime/RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', ''Anime/PrincessTutu'', and also ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'', the most notable {{Deconstruction}}s of the ''whole'' genre and concept.
concept (and the last of which feels aimed rather squarely at this show in particular).
26th Apr '16 9:34:31 PM Unityd3v
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A sequel manga has been announced and will start in June, 2016.
31st Mar '16 1:29:30 AM SamMax
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* BlindIdiotTranslation: NISA's DVD/Blu-Ray sets, while appreciated, have been getting flack for the poor translation of the subtitles, an infamous example being that Sakura calls Syaoran "bestie," which is ''completely'' different from what was intended. This is especially odd, since {{Creator/Geneon}}'s old DVDs had a pretty good translation for their subtitles.

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: NISA's [[Creator/NipponIchi NISA]]'s DVD/Blu-Ray sets, while appreciated, have been getting flack for the poor translation of the subtitles, an infamous example being that Sakura calls Syaoran "bestie," which is ''completely'' different from what was intended. This is especially odd, since {{Creator/Geneon}}'s old DVDs DVD sets had a pretty good translation for their subtitles.subtitles, and they could've just reused that.
31st Mar '16 1:27:13 AM SamMax
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* BlindIdiotTranslation: NISA's DVD/Blu-Ray sets, while appreciated, have been getting flack for the poor translation of the subtitles, an infamous example being that Sakura calls Syaoran "bestie," which is ''completely'' different from what was intended. This is especially odd, since {{Creator/Geneon}}'s old DVDs had a pretty good translation for their subtitles.
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