When Miyuki Hoshizora (CV: Misato Fukuen) was a child she found a picture book with ripped pages. She promises the main character to make an end for her. Years later Miyuki and her friends are at a picture book fair and they find an interesting tent which should be showing a film. During the film a girl, Niko (CV: Megumi Hayashibara), jumps out of the screen while chased by two bad characters. The cures fight the bad guys and Niko takes them to a world of picture books, one different from Märchenland. Continue reading
Miyuki Hoshizora (CV: Misato Fukuen) is transferring to Nanairogaoka Public Middle School and as she is heading to her school, she jokingly says there’ll be a fateful meeting at a corner she sees. Indeed it was and she meets the fairy Candy (CV: Ikue Ootani) who has come from Märchenland because she need to collect the scattered power in forms of Cure Decor. Miyuki becomes Cure Happy and together with Candy, her brother Pop (CV: Daisuke Sakaguchi) and the other Cures, they trying to save the world from Pierrot who wants to give the world a Bad End. Continue reading
Princess Himelda Window Cure Queen of the Blue Sky (CV: Megumi Han), or Hime for short, has left the Blue Sky Kingdom to find Cures to save her world from evil. As she’s shy and scared of talking to anyone, she throws her love crystal and it hits Megumi Aino (CV: Megumi Nakajima), who loves helping people. She manages to open up the princess and together with the god Blue (CV: Shouma Yamamoto) and the fairy Ribbon (CV: Naoko Matsui) they start their quest to save earth and the Blue Sky Kingdom from the Terribads. Continue reading
From this month onwards, the posts are bi-weekly, meaning the next post comes in two weeks, not next Sunday. Because of school I just can’t keep up with a weekly posting schedule.
Mana’s mother, Ayumi Aida (CV: Harumi Ueda), finds her wedding dress, a dress Mana’s grandmother, Isuzu Bandou (CV: Kazuko Sugiyama), also used, and Mana (CV: Hitomi Nabatame) asks for it. After talking with her friends about it, a strange force is collecting “junk” – things that people have forgotten about. The wedding dress also almost leaves, but Mana manages to save it. The force that collects the things is Marsh (CV: Shousuke Tanihara) who somehow knows Mana. When Mana doesn’t remember him, he seals everyone in their memories, including the Precure. Now the girls need to find a way out even though they are separated and forced to forget things while they live in their memories. Continue reading
The Trump Kingdom has been taken over by King Selfishness (CV: Houchuu Otsuka) and the princess of Trump Kingdom, Marie Ange (CV: Yuka Imai), and the last surviving Cure, Cure Sword (CV: Kanako Miyamoto), flees to our world through a mirror, but are separated when the princess tries to protect Sword from their enemies.
In our world, Mana Aida (CV: Hitomi Nabatame) – an instinctively good-natured person who loves helping people – become Cure Heart when she encounters her first Selfishness, and her friends Rikka Hishikawa (CV: Minako Kotobuki) and Alice Yotsuba (CV: Mai Fuchigami) join the cures to fight the Selfishness with their best friend. Continue reading
Nagisa Misumi (CV: Youko Honna) and Honoka Yukishiro (CV: Yukana) have defeated the darkness and saved the Garden of Light. But when the Dark King was defeated, the Queen of Light also had to die to keep the balance of the world. The Queen’s life, heart and 12 wills was spread in the Garden of Rainbow (ie, Earth) and collecting them together will resurrect the Queen of Light. Mipple (CV: Akiko Yajima) and Mepple (CV: Tomokazu Seki) as well as Porun (CV: Haruna Ikezawa) return to Nagisa and Honoka to collect the pieces save their respective worlds, and soon find the first piece – the life of the queen – in the form of the girl Hikari Kujou (CV: Rie Tanaka) who remembers nothing of her previous life as the Queen of Light. Continue reading