History Manga / CardcaptorSakura

22nd Apr '18 4:10:47 PM AlinhoAlisson
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* ContinuitySnarl: ''Clear Card'' seemingly retcons the events of ''The Sealed Card''. For example, Akiho moves into Eriol's old mansion, whereas in ''The Sealed Card'', it was destroyed and replaced by a theme park. Interestingly, Episode 10 acknowledges the play in the movie ''did'' happen in that universe, complete with screenshots taken directly from the movie itself inserted into a photo album.

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* ContinuitySnarl: ''Clear Card'' seemingly retcons the events of ''The Sealed Card''. For example, Akiho moves into Eriol's old mansion, whereas in ''The Sealed Card'', it was destroyed and replaced by a theme park. Interestingly, Episode 10 the anime acknowledges the play in events of the movie ''did'' happen in that universe, complete related to the play Sakura and Syaoran starred in, with screenshots taken directly Tomoyo commenting it got interrupted due to an Earthquake, though this could be her just trying to hide away any traces of magical involvement from the movie itself inserted into a photo album.Akiho.
12th Apr '18 11:52:42 AM lalalei2001
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Creator/{{Geneon}}, who released a subtitled version of the TV series, took over the dubbing of the second movie, making it far more faithful to the original. The manga was originally licensed by Creator/TokyoPop and is now out of print. It has since been rescue-licensed by Creator/DarkHorseComics.

The series has now been rescued by [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America]], and the first movie was rescued by Creator/DiscotekMedia. In the former's case, the Animax dub was used for the release, while in the movie's case, the Nelvana dub (which was visually uncut) will be retained.

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Creator/{{Geneon}}, who released a subtitled version of the TV series, took over the dubbing of the second movie, making it far more faithful to the original. The manga was originally licensed by Creator/TokyoPop and is now out of print. It has since been rescue-licensed by Creator/DarkHorseComics. \n\n The series has now been rescued by [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America]], and the first movie was rescued by Creator/DiscotekMedia. In the former's case, the Animax dub was used for the release, while in the movie's case, the Nelvana dub (which was visually uncut) will be retained.



* AdaptationExpansion: The anime largely runs the same story but adds extra plot points and characters. The reason the expansion works instead of falling apart is because Nanase Okawa, writer of the manga, wrote and oversaw the anime as well:
** The original manga features nineteen cards. The anime has ''Fifty-two.'' Which is a full standard deck, though some were only shown in the first movie.

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* ActionizedAdaptation: The anime adaptation added many more cards for Sakura to collect, resulting in more fight scenes and cards being used in battle. The movies are also more action-oriented than the manga.
* AdaptationExpansion: The anime largely runs the same story but adds extra plot points and characters. The reason the expansion works instead of falling apart is because Nanase Okawa, writer of the manga, wrote and oversaw the anime as well:
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** The original manga features nineteen cards. The anime has ''Fifty-two.'' Which is a full standard deck, ''fifty-two'', though some were only shown in the first movie.
7th Apr '18 10:07:41 PM AlinhoAlisson
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* EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether: During a flashback of Sonomi's memories with Nadeshiko, we see a pair of female students that heavily resemble Hikaru and Rika, possibly being their mothers.

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* EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether: During a flashback of Sonomi's memories with Nadeshiko, we see a pair of female students that heavily resemble Hikaru Chiharu and Rika, possibly being their mothers.
7th Apr '18 10:07:21 PM AlinhoAlisson
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* EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether: During a flashback of Sonomi's memories with Nadeshiko, we see a pair of female students that heavily resemble Hikaru and Rika, possibly being their mothers.
7th Apr '18 6:33:35 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* CanonDiscontinuity: The second movie, ''The Sealed Card,'' was was rendered non-canon by the ''Clear Card'' sequel manga and anime, which opened with Shaoran returning to Japan for the first time since the end of the first manga/anime to join Sakura in middle school.
** The same thing also decanonised (or at least {{Retcon}}ned) the [[DistantFinale epilogue chapter]] of the original manga, which had Lee returning after three years, where the new series has him returning while Sakura is still in her first year of middle school.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: The second movie, ''The Sealed Card,'' was was rendered non-canon by the ''Clear Card'' sequel manga and anime, which opened with Shaoran Syaoran returning to Japan for the first time since the end of the first manga/anime to join Sakura in middle school.
** The same thing also decanonised (or at least {{Retcon}}ned) the [[DistantFinale epilogue chapter]] of the original manga, which had Lee Syaoran returning after three years, where the new series has him returning while Sakura is still in her first year of middle school.



* LongDistanceRelationship: Happens at the end where [[spoiler:Sakura and Syaoran hook up right before he returns to Hong Kong and she remains in Japan]]. It gets subverted in the manga, where it is revealed that Syaoran [[spoiler: finally moved back to Tomoeda after three long years in Hong Kong, apparently just to be with Sakura at Seijuu Junior High]]. Also subverted in the ''Clear Card'' sequel, where [[spoiler:Shaoran returns during Sakura's first year in middle school]].

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* LongDistanceRelationship: Happens at the end where [[spoiler:Sakura and Syaoran hook up right before he returns to Hong Kong and she remains in Japan]]. It gets subverted in the manga, where it is revealed that Syaoran [[spoiler: finally [[spoiler:finally moved back to Tomoeda after three long years in Hong Kong, apparently just to be with Sakura at Seijuu Junior High]]. Also subverted in the ''Clear Card'' sequel, where [[spoiler:Shaoran [[spoiler:Syaoran returns during Sakura's first year in middle school]].
7th Apr '18 8:08:57 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* LongDistanceRelationship: Happens at the end where [[spoiler:Sakura and Syaoran hook up right before he returns to Hong Kong and she remains in Japan]]. It gets subverted in the manga, where it is revealed that Syaoran [[spoiler: finally moved back to Tomoeda after three long years in Hong Kong, apparently just to be with Sakura at Seijuu Junior High]].
* LongRunnerTechMarchesOn: While the series isn't a LongRunner as such, the ''Clear Card'' series (written 16 years after the original manga anded) picks up less than a year later, but Sakura has gone from having an old-fashioned analogue mobile phone and writing letters, to using a modern smartphone and communicating by email.

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* LongDistanceRelationship: Happens at the end where [[spoiler:Sakura and Syaoran hook up right before he returns to Hong Kong and she remains in Japan]]. It gets subverted in the manga, where it is revealed that Syaoran [[spoiler: finally moved back to Tomoeda after three long years in Hong Kong, apparently just to be with Sakura at Seijuu Junior High]].
High]]. Also subverted in the ''Clear Card'' sequel, where [[spoiler:Shaoran returns during Sakura's first year in middle school]].
* LongRunnerTechMarchesOn: While the series isn't exactly a LongRunner as such, the ''Clear Card'' series (written 16 years after the original manga anded) ended) picks up less than a year later, but Sakura has gone from having an old-fashioned analogue mobile phone and writing letters, to using a modern smartphone and communicating by email.email. Also, judging from the controller Kero plays games on, her games console has gone from a [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]] to either a [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation PS3 or PS4]].
7th Apr '18 8:00:41 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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** The same thing also decanonised (or at least {{Retcon}}ned) the [[DistantFinale epilogue chapter]] of the original manga, which had Lee returning after three years, where the new series has him returning while Sakura is still in her first year of middle school.


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* LongRunnerTechMarchesOn: While the series isn't a LongRunner as such, the ''Clear Card'' series (written 16 years after the original manga anded) picks up less than a year later, but Sakura has gone from having an old-fashioned analogue mobile phone and writing letters, to using a modern smartphone and communicating by email.
7th Apr '18 7:45:57 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* CanonDiscontinuity: The second movie, ''The Sealed Card,'' was was rendered non-canon by the ''Clear Card'' sequel manga and anime, which opened with Shaoran returning to Japan for the first time since the end of the first manga/anime to join Sakura in middle school.
27th Mar '18 8:24:29 PM Thunderforge
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** In [[CardCaptorSakuraSakuraPandaAndACuteShop Episode 5]], a stuffed panda mysteriously disappears and reappears across town. Sakura and Madison spend quite a bit of time under the assumption that a burglar robbed the girl's room and escaped in about 3 seconds. By this point, she'd already captured six Clow Cards, so it's a bit embarrassing for her to not instantly realize that a Clow Card is behind this impossible event.

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** In [[CardCaptorSakuraSakuraPandaAndACuteShop Episode 5]], a stuffed panda mysteriously disappears and reappears across town. Sakura and Madison spend quite a bit of time under the assumption that a burglar robbed the girl's room and escaped in about 3 seconds. By this point, she'd already captured six Clow Cards, so it's a bit embarrassing for her to not instantly realize that a Clow Card is must be behind this impossible event.
27th Mar '18 8:23:11 PM Thunderforge
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** In Episode 3, Sakura knows that the whirlpool that nearly drowned an aquarium worker wasn't due to a drain coming unplugged like the staff said because the water level didn't go down. She has to take another trip to the aquarium before she even considers that it's a Clow Card.
** In Episode 5, a stuffed animal mysteriously disappeared and reappeared across town. They spend quite a bit of time under the assumption that a burglar robbed the girl's room and escaped in about 3 seconds. By this point, she'd already captured six Clow Cards, so it's a bit embarrassing for her to not instantly realize that a Clow Card is behind it.

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** In [[CardCaptorSakuraSakurasHeartRacingFirstDate Episode 3, 3]], Sakura knows right away that the the whirlpool that nearly drowned an aquarium worker wasn't due to a drain coming unplugged like the staff said because the water level didn't go down. She But she has to take another trip to the aquarium before she even considers that it's a Clow Card.
** In [[CardCaptorSakuraSakuraPandaAndACuteShop Episode 5, 5]], a stuffed animal panda mysteriously disappeared disappears and reappeared reappears across town. They Sakura and Madison spend quite a bit of time under the assumption that a burglar robbed the girl's room and escaped in about 3 seconds. By this point, she'd already captured six Clow Cards, so it's a bit embarrassing for her to not instantly realize that a Clow Card is behind it.this impossible event.
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