History Manga / WeddingPeach

19th Aug '17 5:48:46 AM lalalei2001
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* EvilCounterpart: Noise, Cloud, and Blitz in the ''Young Love'' spinoff to Peach, Lily, and Daisy respectively.

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* EvilCounterpart: Noise, Cloud, and Blitz in the ''Young Love'' spinoff to Peach, Lily, and Daisy respectively. Noise is a klutz like Peach, Cloud is a graceful lady like Lily, and Blitz is a tomboy like Daisy.
15th Jul '17 10:34:34 PM gjjones
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'''''Wedding Peach''''' is a MagicalGirl story centered around a wedding [[{{Motifs}} motif]]. A mixed-media project from 1994, it was overseen by Sukehiro Tomita, known for being a major writer on the ''Anime/SailorMoon'' series. The manga, illustrated by Nao Yazawa, ran for 6 volumes. The 51 episode anime was created by {{Creator/KSS}} and Creator/OLMIncorporated, which was the latter's first animated work. Partially due to their shared writer and character designer, the story is often compared to ''Sailor Moon'' moreso than any other MagicalGirl series.

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'''''Wedding Peach''''' is a MagicalGirl story centered around a wedding [[{{Motifs}} motif]]. A mixed-media project from 1994, it was overseen by Sukehiro Tomita, known for being a major writer on the ''Anime/SailorMoon'' series. The manga, illustrated by Nao Yazawa, ran for 6 volumes. The 51 episode anime was created by {{Creator/KSS}} and Creator/OLMIncorporated, which was notably the latter's first animated work.production of the latter. Partially due to their shared writer and character designer, the story is often compared to ''Sailor Moon'' moreso than any other MagicalGirl series.
15th Jul '17 10:33:16 PM gjjones
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'''''Wedding Peach''''' is a MagicalGirl story centered around a wedding [[{{Motifs}} motif]]. A mixed-media project from 1994, it was overseen by Sukehiro Tomita, known for being a major writer on the ''Anime/SailorMoon'' series. The manga, illustrated by Nao Yazawa, ran for 6 volumes. The 51 episode anime was created by {{Creator/KSS}} and Creator/OLMIncorporated. Partially due to their shared writer and character designer, the story is often compared to ''Sailor Moon'' moreso than any other MagicalGirl series.

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'''''Wedding Peach''''' is a MagicalGirl story centered around a wedding [[{{Motifs}} motif]]. A mixed-media project from 1994, it was overseen by Sukehiro Tomita, known for being a major writer on the ''Anime/SailorMoon'' series. The manga, illustrated by Nao Yazawa, ran for 6 volumes. The 51 episode anime was created by {{Creator/KSS}} and Creator/OLMIncorporated.Creator/OLMIncorporated, which was the latter's first animated work. Partially due to their shared writer and character designer, the story is often compared to ''Sailor Moon'' moreso than any other MagicalGirl series.
29th Jun '17 7:13:10 AM Piterpicher
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[[IThoughtThatWas Has nothing to do]] with [[VideoGame/SuperPaperMario Princess Toadstool getting married]].

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[[IThoughtThatWas Has nothing to do]] with [[VideoGame/SuperPaperMario Princess Toadstool Toadstool]] [[VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey getting married]].
22nd Apr '17 7:04:18 PM nombretomado
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[[IThoughtThatWas Has nothing to do]] with [[SuperPaperMario Princess Toadstool getting married]].

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[[IThoughtThatWas Has nothing to do]] with [[SuperPaperMario [[VideoGame/SuperPaperMario Princess Toadstool getting married]].
30th Oct '16 11:47:03 AM gjjones
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: A lot of the manga's plot, despite ultimately being distinct from the anime, was written around its ability to tie into the anime; concepts like the "love wave" were only fully defined after they were formulated for the anime, and right after the first arc the angels' outfits change to reflect their anime designs. WordOfGod states that had the anime never been approved, the manga would have been a short one that ended with the Pluie arc and the reveals of [[spoiler:Yousuke as Viento]] and [[spoiler:Yanagiba as Limone]] would have happened much earlier, hence why the foreshadowing for those is thick and there are traces of the story leading to a more final climax in that particular arc.

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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: A lot of the manga's plot, despite ultimately being distinct from the anime, was written around its ability to tie into the anime; concepts like the "love wave" were only fully defined after they were formulated for the anime, and right after the first arc the angels' outfits change to reflect their anime designs. WordOfGod [[WordOfGod Nao Yazawa herself]] states that had the anime never been approved, the manga would have been a short one that ended with the Pluie arc and the reveals of [[spoiler:Yousuke as Viento]] and [[spoiler:Yanagiba as Limone]] would have happened much earlier, hence why the foreshadowing for those is thick and there are traces of the story leading to a more final climax in that particular arc.
12th Dec '15 4:58:04 PM ChaoticNovelist
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** Momoko's parents [[spoiler:including after he mother came back. They're so lovey-dovey that even a love angel tells them to get a room.]]

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** Momoko's parents [[spoiler:including after he her mother came back. They're so lovey-dovey that even a love angel tells them to get a room.]]
21st Nov '15 5:45:01 AM SilverAnicore
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'''''Wedding Peach''''' is a MagicalGirl story centered around a wedding [[{{Motifs}} motif]]. A mixed-media project, it was overseen by Sukehiro Tomita, known for being a major writer on the ''Anime/SailorMoon'' series. The manga, illustrated by Nao Yazawa, ran for 6 volumes. The 51 episode anime was created by {{Creator/KSS}} and Creator/OLMIncorporated. Partially due to their shared writer and character designer, the story is often compared to ''Sailor Moon'' moreso than any other MagicalGirl series.

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'''''Wedding Peach''''' is a MagicalGirl story centered around a wedding [[{{Motifs}} motif]]. A mixed-media project, project from 1994, it was overseen by Sukehiro Tomita, known for being a major writer on the ''Anime/SailorMoon'' series. The manga, illustrated by Nao Yazawa, ran for 6 volumes. The 51 episode anime was created by {{Creator/KSS}} and Creator/OLMIncorporated. Partially due to their shared writer and character designer, the story is often compared to ''Sailor Moon'' moreso than any other MagicalGirl series.
21st Nov '15 5:43:36 AM SilverAnicore
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* AbortedArc: The manga ran out of pages before it could tell Rain Devila's story.

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* AbortedArc: The manga ran out of pages before it could tell Rain Reine Devila's story.



* WomanScorned: The villains make some women act like this when they are BrainwashedAndCrazy. [[spoiler:Rain [=DeVilla=] becomes the villain due to this trope.]]

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* WomanScorned: The villains make some women act like this when they are BrainwashedAndCrazy. [[spoiler:Rain [=DeVilla=] [[spoiler:Reine Devila becomes the villain due to this trope.]]
21st Nov '15 5:42:42 AM SilverAnicore
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A MagicalGirlWarrior manga and anime mixed-media project, centered around a wedding [[{{Motifs}} motif]] and overseen in both entities by Sukehiro Tomita (known for being a major writer on the ''Anime/SailorMoon'' series). The manga, created by Nao Yazawa, ran for 6 volumes; the anime by {{Creator/KSS}} and Creator/OLMIncorporated ran for 51 episodes. The series, particularly the anime, is often compared to ''Sailor Moon'' moreso than other MagicalGirl series, partially due to their shared writer and character designer.

Middle school girl Momoko Hanasaki dreams of getting married in a beautiful wedding dress someday, but in the meantime has to deal with being clumsy, getting bad grades, her job at the school paper, and supporting her photographer father. Her two best friends, Yuri and Hinagiku, also work on the school paper, and are rivals with her for the affections of the oblivious captain of the soccer team, Yanagiba.

One day, Momoko is awakened as the "Love Angel" Wedding Peach, a warrior in the ancient battle against devils who serve their queen, [[BigBad Rain Devila]], who hopes to rid the world of love and spread hatred among humanity. Accompanied by Yuri and Hinagiku as fellow Love Angels Lily and Daisy and occasionally aided by high-ranking angel Sir Limone, she wields ThePowerOfLove granted to her by the goddess Aphrodite to ensure the happiness of love in the world by finding the mythical [[OldNewBorrowedAndBlue Saint Something Four]] - while working out her own [[BelligerentSexualTension complicated relationship]] with soccer team member Yosuke Fuuma and protecting a [[MementoMacGuffin ring left behind by her late mother]] that the devils seem to have an interest in. And although the fight initially centers around [[MonsterOfTheWeek solving love-related problems around town]] caused by devils, the ongoing war between the Angel and Devil Worlds turns out to have a lot more to do with her than she thinks...

The anime was Creator/OLMIncorporated's first work (by its Team OTA, which would go on to be the main core behind the original ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' anime). It also inspired many aspects of modern magical girl anime such as ''Anime/PrettyCure'', and OLM's resulting popularity in the industry led it to create the ''Pokémon'' anime.

The series never aired on a children's network in the US, but it's not a victim of NoExportForYou; the manga was licensed in full by Creator/VIZMedia (though it's now currently [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes out of print]]) while the anime was licensed and dubbed by Creator/ADVFilms.

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A MagicalGirlWarrior manga and anime mixed-media project, '''''Wedding Peach''''' is a MagicalGirl story centered around a wedding [[{{Motifs}} motif]] and motif]]. A mixed-media project, it was overseen in both entities by Sukehiro Tomita (known Tomita, known for being a major writer on the ''Anime/SailorMoon'' series). series. The manga, created illustrated by Nao Yazawa, ran for 6 volumes; the volumes. The 51 episode anime was created by {{Creator/KSS}} and Creator/OLMIncorporated ran for 51 episodes. The series, particularly Creator/OLMIncorporated. Partially due to their shared writer and character designer, the anime, story is often compared to ''Sailor Moon'' moreso than any other MagicalGirl series, partially due to their shared writer and character designer.

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Momoko Hanasaki dreams of getting married in a beautiful wedding dress someday, but in the meantime has to deal with being clumsy, getting bad grades, her job at the school paper, and supporting her photographer father. Her [[MissingMom single father]] and working at the school paper with her two best friends, Yuri and Hinagiku, also work on the school paper, and are rivals with her for the affections of the oblivious captain of the soccer team, Yanagiba.

Hinagiku.

One day, Momoko is awakened as the "Love Angel" Wedding Peach, a warrior in the ancient battle against devils who serve and their queen, queen [[BigBad Rain Reine Devila]], who hopes to rid the world of love and spread hatred among humanity. Accompanied by Yuri and Hinagiku as fellow Love Angels Lily and Daisy and occasionally aided by high-ranking angel Sir Limone, she wields ThePowerOfLove granted to her by the goddess Aphrodite to Aphrodite.

To
ensure the happiness triumph of love in the world by finding good versus evil, they need to find the mythical [[OldNewBorrowedAndBlue Saint Something Four]] - while working out her their own relationship dramas. Like their rivalry for the affection of the oblivious captain of the soccer team, Yanagiba, Momoko's [[BelligerentSexualTension complicated relationship]] with soccer team member Yosuke Fuuma and Yousuke Fuuma, or protecting a [[MementoMacGuffin ring left behind by her late mother]] that the devils seem to have an interest in. And although in.

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the fight initially centers around [[MonsterOfTheWeek solving love-related problems around town]] caused by devils, the ongoing war between the Angel and Devil Worlds turns out to have a lot more to do with her Momoko than she thinks...

thinks.

The anime was Creator/OLMIncorporated's first work (by its Team OTA, which would go on to be the main core behind the original ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' anime). work. It also inspired many aspects of modern magical girl MagicalGirl anime such as ''Anime/PrettyCure'', and OLM's resulting popularity in the industry led it to create the ''Pokémon'' anime.

''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' anime. The series never aired on a children's network in the US, but it's not a victim of NoExportForYou; the NoExportForYou. The manga was licensed in full by Creator/VIZMedia (though though it's now currently [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes out of print]]) print]] while the anime was licensed and dubbed by Creator/ADVFilms.
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