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.
Tokyo MewMew isn't a popular anime, I know. But I love it, its amazing. WARNING-CONTAINS MAJOR SPOILERS Story-Its all around the scene of 'true love'. I cower. I dont like extremly serious with love animes like this, but there were some parts that were just funny-well, with Ryou and Ichigo and Kishhu and Ichigo, yeah that was cute. Maybe its just that I dont find Ayoama enjoyable whatsoever? Nevermind then, maybe its just Zoey and Mark that really ticks me off. Animation-Totally cute and loveable! Adorable eyes, cute hair and accesories. Sound-The songs are catchy and adorable in both English and Japanese. They're voices fit their character enough. Characters-Amazing. Mint can be a little-not even gonna say it-but the others are amazing. Although I feel Lettuce is left out far too much. The show pays little to no attention to her, and she dosent really get many episodes to herself. Its probably why i dont pay much attention to her and rather the others...I guess none of the characters get many episodes focusing on them unless thats Zoey or the whole team together. Screw it 10/10
Alright so it's been a hot minute since I saw this anime when I was a kid (as it was my first anime besides the usual pokemon on cartoonnetwork) but that doesn't mean I'll be blinded by nostalgia. It's the classical magical girl anime storyline with kemonomimi characters named after desserts. That concept alone pulled me in right away as a child while reading the manga. And I still hold true to that! The character designs are cute just like the art, that gives off a very early 2000s anime vibe that I enjoy! The music, I find, can be a bit...badly put together. As a kid I tried to convince myself that the girl's transformation music was totally epic cool but it's really not. As for the story, it can get super repetitive at times and the main love interest is the only bland character to me. Like his only motivation is being a cool dude™ tree-hugger that makes the main magical girl's heart go doki doki Even when he's in his *spoilers* other form(s). I hate to say it but having passed my "subz>dubz!!11!1" days, the 4kids version holds my attention way more, even if only in a funny type of way. The 4kids transformation music is much better as well so it also has that going for it. (Ps. If you plan on watching any version of Tokyo Mew Mew, you ought to know that the original and the 4kids version are so different they're like completely different shows so just keep that in mind,, it's not just a regular english dub. They were cutting and splitting hairs at every crossroads which was the main reason why I never respected it as a kid. But I mean, now that I've gotten older, I get creative liberties and all, I don't care as much about that now so yeah what I said above still stands) In Summary: Best Part of this Anime: Magical girl character designs (I will love to draw them all the time!) Worst Part of this Anime: The bland ass tree hugging gary stu of a love interest like wtf this boy is blander than the early disney movie princes tf
Story: With the distinct feeling of a Sailor Moon anime, Tokyo Mew Mew brings on a variety of characters. With the five girls banding together to fight the forces of evil and saving the world they are transformed into animals with the powers of the elements. A different villain at every turn and new elemental powers. Animation: The animation style was a little more on the cartoony side although the series was drawn very well. Sound: The sounds was of good quality with a catchy theme song. Characters: The characters are not as developed as the characters is Sailor Moon, although there are glimpses of life outside of the Mew Mew group the stories are not really divulged at great length. Although there has been a wonderful emphasis placed on the distinct differences between them. Overall: Another feel-good comedy with family-friendly fights and enough excitement to keep the plot moving right along.
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