- Career Resurrection: After their career fluctuated with the controversial Tsubusa Chronicle and xxxHolic endings, the negative reception of Blood-C and their newer works which are a hit-or-miss, CLAMP released the sequel of Cardcaptor Sakura in 2016 which earned good sales and a 2018 anime series with the old cast and staff returning.
- Character Outlives Actor: Clear Card Arc has Rika move to another school, which is especially fitting given her Japanese voice actress, Tomoko Kawakami, died years prior to the sequel series.
- I Knew It!: It wasn't hard for many people to figure out Syaoran is drawing powers from the original Sakura Cards after seeing him use them several times, most noticeably when the wind magic he summoned to capture the Blaze bore a striking resemblance to the Windy.
- The Other Darrin: The original series had a case of Dueling Dubs with the English releases, with three voice casts to choose from overall. None of them return for this series, being done in-house by Funimation rather than even attempting to reunite the Nelvana, Animax or Geneon/Bang Zoom casts. Amusingly enough, however, the dub combines this with Mythology Gag — the new voice actors for Sakura and Shaoran are playing the original counterparts of their roles from Tsubasa -RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE-.
- For the Japanese cast, due to the passing of the aforementioned Tomoko Kawakami, Rika is succeeded by Saki Fujita starting from the Clear Card Arc.
- So My Kids Can Watch: Some of the English voice actors in the Clear Card series are signed onto this for this reason after being in violent series like Attack on Titan.
Trivia / Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card