The sporty Nagisa and the bookish Honoka are ordinary middle school students, but when two strange creatures called Mepple and Mipple force them together to form the magical girl squad Pretty Cure, their differences soon give way to a developing friendship. But being a hero of the Light is not all roses! Will there be enough time for studying, playing lacrosse and cute boys in between their battles against minions of evil?
Life can be tough when you're a teenager. Enter Tsukino Usagi, an average, if somewhat clumsy, junior high student whose voracious appetite for sweets and capacity for tears are offset by her enthusiasm for life. Her normal existence is suddenly turned upside down when a talking cat named Luna comes into her life. Suddenly, Usagi finds herself with the ability to transform into the superhero known as Sailor Moon. Fighting the occasional monster may be the least of her worries, though...
Both anime's are about girls transforming into "superhero's" and defeating evil "monsters" while working with everyday life and relationships
Both series are not only magical girl, but also follow a very similar "monster of the week" formula with stories that focus on similar themes such as friendship between the heroines, middle school romance, and dreams of the future.
if you like one you will like the other
- school theme
- bad guys obsest with world domination bu cant seem toland a fatal blow on teen aged girls.
-repetitive battles ending predictably every episode
- some bad guys turn good for random reasons.
they are basically simlar in every way and with a power ranger like style they are aimed at a younger audience.
Momomiya Ichigo was a normal girl, worried mostly about her crush, Aoyama Masaya. However, just as she was finally able to date him, she was struck by a mysterious beam and everything changed. She is now part of the Mew Project, genetically fused with an endangered species of cat. With her new powers and companions, she must protect the earth from invading aliens.
Obviously, the main connection between TMM and Pretty Cure is that they are both of the magical girl genre, but there are many more similarities between these two anime. The character development is very similar in both, and the action scenes take on very similar layouts. The plot of both shows is also similar in that both teams of protagonists are attempting to stop an outside influence from destroying and/or taking over the world.
The storyline is similiar, fighting aliens to save the world.
the humour used is also very similiar :)
Hanasaki Momoko is a seemingly normal school girl; she enjoys taking photographs, trying on wedding dresses, and having fun with her friends Yuri and Hinagiku (despite the fact that all three have a crush on the same boy!) But one day, Momoko and her friends are attacked by a mysterious man called Pluie who attempts to steal Momoko's ring, a gift from her mother. Another strange man named Limone intervenes, giving Momoko a magical item known as the 'Saint Miroir'. Using this, Momoko is granted the power to transform into the angel of love - Wedding Peach! With Pluie and his minions attempting to destroy all the love in the world, Momoko frequently has to call upon her powers to save the day. Suddenly, her life isn't so normal anymore!
Both anime's are about girls transforming into "superhero's" and defeating evil "monsters" while working with everyday life
Both animes are about female fighters fighting for justice. Although the picture is quite different, it has similar contents: transformation (make up), special items (cards, wedding jewel), theme (love and justice), secial power, etc. If you liked one, you will probably like the other.
Misaki Suzuhara is a young girl who traveled to Tokyo to live with a relative, but ended up becoming involved in the greatest game of all time: Angelic Layer! In this fast-paced competition, players customize dolls and fight them in arenas of all sizes, hoping to gain experience and perhaps win the greatest tournament of them all! With new friends to meet and new enemies to defeat, the best time of Misaki's life seems to be just beginning. Join Misaki as she struggles to be the best, even in the face of overwhelming odds...
Angelic Layer and Pretty Cure are spins on two anime genres: namely "collectible fighting monsters" and "magical girls". Both series may seem typical on the surface but in actuality are non-standard examples of their genres, especially when it comes to action sequences. Battles in Pretty Cure and Angelic Layer are physically punishing as the heroines engage their opponents in hand-to-hand combat, rather than rely on special attacks or mystical artifacts like in other shows.
Both series are aimed at young audiences but neither is pandering or condescending, so older viewers can enjoy them as well.
Inside the hollow Mysterious Planet, there are seven kingdoms, each with its special talents. At the planet's heart, the Kingdom of the Sun illuminates the other kingdoms, but something is wrong -- the Sun's Blessing is failing. It falls to the twin princesses of the Sun Kingdom, Rain and Fine, to search for a way to reinvigorate the Sun. Along the way, they are aided by their magical companion Pumo and by the mystical powers of the Prominence. Are Rain and Fine capable of solving the problem, and of becoming proper princesses as they do so?
Pretty Cure and Fushigiboshi no Futagohime are really similar in many ways. Apart from the same genre, both have two main heroines who are trying to save the world with special powers and both have cute little creatures with the main characters, and as time goes on, the two plots resemble each other more and more.