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!
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 Wedding Peach and Sailor Moon are about girls who can transform into something different, yet they look the same as their original forms! I always start screaming at the other characters for not noticing this until later on in the anime.
Both Sailor Moon and Wedding Peach have a group of school girls fighting evil. Most of the time is spent fighting, but they also have some romance in the show to lighten the mood. Everyone I know who likes one likes the other as well.
It's scary how these 2 are SO alike. With magical powers, going to school, and trying to get that special guy to notice them. These girls must vanquish the evil that threatens their everyday way of life that they love so much. If you liked one you'll deffinitally like the other
Both animes are about female fighters fighting for justice. The way of transforming (make up), the characters' personaily, theme (love and justice), big eyed female characters' figure, actions, and so on are very similar. If you liked one, you will definetly like the other.
Of all the shows that have been influenced by Sailor Moon, Wedding Peach is the one that follows the themes of friendships, starcrossed lovers and reincarnation the closest. Wedding Peach does find its feet later on in the series though, although the structure is highly similar. Fans of one should enjoy the other, for they share many more similarities along the way that I don't want to spoil.
Sailor Moon and Wedding Peach are so alike, it's scary. Same concepts of friendship, a cute little animal to help guide them along away, and of course the main girl comes to love the boy that calls them names and fight with.
Sailor Moon and Wedding peach are about as generic as magical girl anime gets, meaning if you like one, you'll probably like the other. They're similar in a variety of ways, but not so much that the other will bore you. Both animes revolve around a girl who was once an ordinary high school student but is suddenly transformed into a superhero forced to ward of evil. Sailor Moon and Wedding Peach episodes follow a sort of formula. Girls start their day, expecting it to be normal expecting to do normal things. Bad guys show up, girls transform and defeat said evil, aaand the day is saved. The animation styles are also strikingly similar, probably because they were produced around the same time.Anyway, yes. If you're a fan of Sailor Moon or Wedding Peach, please, do yourself a favour and check out the other!
I am watching Wedding Peach right now, and theres so many similarities from Sailor Moon in this :O
But there is unique things that are different which is the only reason im still watching this.
But yes, if you loved Sailor moon, then your more likely going to like this.
Because they both have lovely opening themes, also beautiful heroines, simply amazing attack sequences and cool villans.
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?
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.
Meimi Haneoka is a typical girl with a not-so-typical double life: by day she attends St. Paulia School, and by night she transforms into the phantom thief Saint Tail! Stealing only items that deserve to be stolen, Meimi takes her orders from the nun in training Seira Mimori. But even with the best of intentions, Meimi can't help but have a few enemies; her classmate, Asuka Jr., would love nothing more than to unmask Saint Tail's identity. However, Meimi can't help but be intrigued by her dashing opponent. Thievery galore and young love await the magical Saint Tail!
Saint Tail and Wedding Peach can be appreciated by the same audience because they share a similar atmosphere and were created with the same target audience in mind. Although Saint Tail is a bit more grounded in the sense that the storyline only uses magic as a visual effect, rather than a full on theme or backstory - the themes of friendship and high school romance, and the humour should appeal to the same crowd.
One clear festive evening, Lucia, a mermaid princess, rescues a young boy from drowning. With him, she leaves the source of her beautiful singing voice: a pink pearl necklace. Several years later, Lucia has grown into a young woman, and embarks on a quest to the human world to reclaim her pearl and find her lost love.