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Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie 2: The Sealed Card

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It's been three months since the last two Clow Cards were transformed by Sakura and Syaoran, and Syaoran and Meiling have returned to Hong Kong. Life has moved on as normal for our heroes and heroines, including the exciting news that Sakura has been chosen to be a princess at an upcoming school festival! But trouble arises when Clow Reed's old mansion is destroyed and replaced with a Carnival. And with it, bridges, sign posts and even people begin to disappear. Dark magic is afoot; can Sakura manage to stop it, even if it means losing the one she loves the most?

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related anime

Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Cardcaptor Sakura TV 1998 TBD
Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie Movie 1999 TBD
Cardcaptor Sakura: Leave it to Kero Movie 2003 TBD
Tsubasa Chronicle TV 2005 TBD
Tsubasa Chronicle: Torikago no Kuni no Himegimi Movie 2005 TBD
Tsubasa Chronicle 2nd Series TV 2006 TBD
Tsubasa Chronicle: Tokyo Revelations OVA 2007 TBD
Tsubasa Shunraiki OVA 2009 TBD

related manga

Manga Name Year Relation More Info
Cardcaptor Sakura 1996 TBD
Name Role
Morio ASAKA Director
Takayuki NEGISHI Music
CLAMP Original Manga Creator
Kazuhiko IKEGUCHI Producer
Shinji KOMORI Producer
Tatsuya ONO Producer
Kouichi TSURUNARI Producer
Tsuyoshi YOSHIDA Producer

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Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie 2: The Sealed Card VivisQueen 7/10 May 25, 2008

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Both Aishiteruze Baby and Cardcaptor Sakura seemed to be aimed at a similar audience. Also, the artistry in both animes are quite similars. Some of the characters' personalities are similar as well. If you enjoyed one, I think you will enjoy the other. Aishiteruze Baby might be enjoyed by a bit older audience, but either way, they are both cute, heart-warming animes.

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Oh my God, you've just finished everything CCS there possibly could be. How will you cope with the withdrawal symptoms? By watching Princess Tutu, of course! Just like CCS, it's got an adorable, plucky female lead called Ahiru, a cute magical world filled with wonder which you get to explore, and a story that's both humorous and heart-wrenching all at the same time. Oh, and Tutu has something CCS doesn't have - ballet! If you like magical girl shows like CCS, do NOT miss out on Princess Tutu.

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