The Dusk Zone's actions necessitated the escape of two of the Garden of Light's protectors, odd talkative creatures named Mepple and Mipple. The initial run of the series has Cure White and Cure Black searching for the Prism Stones, which they collect in a heart shaped device known as the Prism Hopish. The series motifs are rainbows and hearts, and the Cures' signature motif is the two parts of the Yin-Yang symbol, though it was later omitted in the sequel. On February 25, 2006, 4Kids Entertainment announced broadcasting and distribution rights for Pretty Cure in the United States of America.[1] However, 4Kids Entertainment never aired the show or produced an English version of it. On December 16, 2008, Anime News Network, citing Animation Magazine, reported that Toei Animation made an agreement with the Canadian cable network YTV to air an English-dubbed version of the first Pretty Cure series in Canada. In 2009, Funimation licensed the series for online distribution on the company's website as well as several other Toei titles[6], but Funimation no longer streams the show. It was also recently announced that the YTV version has begun airing on the UK Sky Digital Channel PopGirl. Misumi Nagisa (?????, Misumi Nagisa?) (Natalie "Nat" Blackstone in the English dub): Nagisa is the athletic heroine of the series. Yukishiro Honoka (?????, Yukishiro Honoka?) (Hannah Whitehouse in the English dub): Honoka is the best student in the class, and loves reading books and science. Mepple (????, Meppuru?): He is the chosen protector of the Princess of Hope, and is in Nagisa's care. Pollun (???, Porun?): The Prince of Light who is sent to be with Pretty Cure in the second half of the series.
Poisony (?????, Poizoni?) (Pandora in the English dub): The only female of the Denizens, Poisony is the third of them.
Kiriya (???, Kiriya?) (Kirea in the English dub): The youngest and fourth of the denizens, and Poisony's little brother.
Ilkubo (?????, Irukubo?): The last and strongest of the denizens, emotionless Illkubo can be considered the Dark King's right hand man.
Belzei Gertrude (???????????, Beruzei Gatorudo?): One of the Seeds of Darkness that appears in the second half of the series. Dark King (???????, Jakukingu?): The imprisoned ruler of the Dusk Zone, and also the series' main antagonist. Wisdom (?????, Wizudamu?): Wisdom is the mysterious guardian of the Prism Stones who usually appears when summoned by Pretty Cure and who's name is only mentioned once by Ilkubo. Kubota Shiho (?????, Kubota Shiho?) (Shauna in the English dub): The other friend of Nagisa.
Takenouchi Yoshimi (?????, Takenouchi Yoshimi?) (Yvette Woodgrove in the English dub): The teacher of Verone Academy's Cherry Blossom class. Fujimura Shougo (????, Fujimura Shougo?) (Shawn Ferguson in the English dub): Honoka's childhood friend, whom Nagisa has had a crush on from before the series' start. Kimata (??, Kimata?) (Kossner in the English dub): Shougo's best friend who is also part of the football team. Fujita Akane (?? ???, Fujita Akane?) (Alex in the English dub): Former lacrosse captain when she was a Verone Academy student, she now owns a mobile takoyaki shop that Nagisa, Honoka and their friends frequently visit. Nakagawa Yumiko (, Nakagawa Yumiko?) (Nickie in the English dub): The present captain of the lacrosse team and a senior student.
Pretty Cure Rainbow Bracelets - A power-up received later in the series that lets them use Pretty Cure Rainbow Storm. Garden of Rainbows (???, Niji no Sono?): The term used by residents of the Garden of Light and Dusk Zone that refers to the Earth. Garden of Light (???, Hikari no Sono?): The world where Mepple, Mipple, Porun and Lulun come from. The story revolves around two girls, Misumi Nagisa and Yukishiro Honoka, who fight the forces of the Dusk Zone; a dimension of evil that encroached on the Garden of Light. Nagisa and Honoka have not really spoken to each other, and hardly know the other exists because of their differences. After defeating the first denizen, the girls find a Prism Stone, one of the seven artifacts that protected the Garden of Light from danger, whereas now most of them are in the hands of each of the denizens. Once they have discovered all the Prism Stones, its power takes them to the Garden of Light and repairs most of the damage done by the Dusk Zone.
After fighting with Pretty Cure for a long time, the Seeds of Darkness realize that as soon as the Dark King is back in control, they will cease to exist, and thus plan to take over him and the Prism Stones' powers. At the very end of the series, Mepple and Mipple bid a tearful goodbye to Nagisa and Honoka, who beg the two of them not to go.


Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart follows what happens after the summer break, in the girls' third and last year at Verone Academy.
The series has proven popular enough with Japanese viewers to warrant five spin-off series.
In a TV Asahi opinion poll, Pretty Cure appeared in the 45th position, above other series of the magical girl genre like Cutie Honey, Cardcaptor Sakura, and Magical Angel Creamy Mami. Futari wa Pretty Cure is the very first series in what is, as of 2015, a franchise consisting of ten different series, twelve seasons and 18 different movies. Futari wa Pretty Cure is the only season so far that has only one ending song; all others have two different ending songs. Futari wa Pretty Cure is the only season with only one transformation sequence, while all other seasons have at least two different transformation sequences, including its sequel. It is the only (old) season that has no villain who has been revived in Pretty Cure All Stars DX 2: Kibou no Hikari - Rainbow Jewel o Mamore!. Futari wa Pretty Cure is the first and one of two seasons to have a sequel, with Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart.
A special Audio Drama was created pairing up the characters of Futari wa Pretty Cure with the characters of the then-current Tokusatsu Super Sentai series Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger. Futari wa Pretty Cure and it's sequel is the only season so far where the lead Cure's main color is not pink, but black instead. Black Its bite injects a potent poison, enough to paralyze large bird Pokemon that try to prey on it. They serve as a source of information and peanut gallery for the series and are usually found within Card Communes, transformation devices which resemble mobile phones. For some periods, they can transform into their real selves and interact more easily with each other. The series premiered on March 6, 2009,[4] with Nagisa and Honoka renamed as "Natalie Blackstone" and "Hannah Whitehouse" respectively.[5] The dub is produced by Ocean Studios in Vancouver, BC, Canada, and recorded at Blue Water Studios in Calgary, Alberta.
He is quite arrogant and constantly argues with with his care-taker, but he loves Mipple, and they are often seen having a "lovey-dovey" relationship.
Unlike Mepple, she is reserved and seems to get along well with her care-taker, but she still cares very much for him.
She is much more sly and careful than the others, and usually transforms into a human to gain Pretty Cure's trust first. Despite his wisdom, he often keeps forgetting Nagisa and Honoka's names and referring to them as the Pretty Cure. She is the trio's wisest when she needs to be, and is also the defense of the lacrosse team.
Out of the trio, she is the most hyper one, and can often be heard repeating certain words thrice.
Weaver in the English dub): The vice-Principal of Verone Academy, and tries desperately to be on the principal's good side, following him everywhere. The Dusk Zone's power takes the form of the Zakenna, creatures that infect people or items to turn them evil.
However, when they meet Mepple and Mipple, and are led to each other through them, they are able to use the power of light to transform into Cure Black and Cure White and fight the denizens of the Dusk Zone. Now that they have gotten the first Prism Stone from the hands of danger, they look for the Prism Hopish and its guardian, Wisdom, to keep the stones safe. However, they have to defeat the Dark King himself, using all of their strength to manage that. He transforms into what looks like an electronic notebook, and stays with Nagisa in order to help them fight against the Seeds of Darkness, which are creatures that the Dark King managed to make right before he got destroyed. Eventually, they are able to fuse together and acquire the power of light, which makes them unstoppable in the fight against Pretty Cure. Although they are no longer Pretty Cure, Nagisa and Honoka continue being best friends, and still keep their Card Communes that Mepple and Mipple are now asleep in. Sailor Moon appears in the Top 20[7][8], and was the winner of the "Best Theme Song Award" at the 9th Animation Kobe (2004) for Mayumi Gojo's "Danzen!
The Queen disappears, it is revealed that the Dark King is going through a resurrection, new and even stronger servants of the dark powers appear, and the girls get a new ally; a girl named Kujou Hikari who can transform into Shiny Luminous.
It does, however, change one scene of the animation sequence where the villains from the first half are replaced by the Seeds of Darkness and Mepple, Mipple, and Pollun are added to the final scene.
Maximum values are based on a beneficial nature, 252 EVs, 31 IVs; minimum values are based on a hindering nature, 0 EVs, 0 IVs. White Many people believe that, deep in the forest where Tranquill live, there is a peaceful place where there is no war.


The story revolves around two girls, Misumi Nagisa and Yukishiro Honoka, who fight the forces of the Dusk Zone — a dimension of evil that encroached on the Garden of Light. Once they have collected all of the Prism Stones, their power takes them to the Garden of Light and repairs most of the damage. In July 2008, they began making episodes available through IGN's Direct2Drive service subtitled into English.[2]Toei also made those same episodes available for free internet streaming on the Crunchyroll website.
Although she is bad at school and is immature, she has her own sense of justice and never lets anyone dear to her down. She had a special bond with Kiriya, helping to teach him the virtues of kindness and friendship. He was sent to the Garden Of Rainbows to spy on Nagisa and Honoka but fails because of Honoka's kindness and relationship with him. He wants the Prism Stones to prevent the power to consume all things to consume himself, and to gain immortality to destroy all worlds. She is always seen sitting on her throne with closed eyes, never moving even if she is talking. Though he does not like it, friends call him Fujipi (?P, Fujipi?) (Fergie in the English dub).
In Max Heart, Pretty Cure went to the same place to find a piece of shining earth that "contained great power of hope which was surrounded by six pillars" in Lake Hyoutan. The Princess of Hope, Mipple, and her chosen warrior Mepple are told to go to the Garden of Rainbows where it is said that they will find the legendary warriors, Pretty Cure. When the Seeds of Darkness awaken, they begin working together in order to revive the Dark King. However, Dark King uses all of his strength to suck the fused Seeds of Darkness within him, and also the power of the Prism Stones.
Black 2White 2 No matter where in the world it goes, it knows where its nest is, so it never gets separated from its Trainer. The Dusk Zone's power takes the form of the Zakenna (?????, Zakenna?), creatures that infect people or items to turn them evil. Her alter ego is Cure Black (????????, Kyua Burakku?), with her special abilities lying in her great physical strength and prowess. The friends that she has are very close to her, and she will do everything to protect them. Eventually, they kidnap Wisdom, but he manages to put the power of the Prism Stones inside of Pollun before he is taken away.
The girls try all their might to fight him, and with the help of Pollun and the Queen, are able to defeat him once and for all. X Many people believe that, deep in the forest where Tranquill live, there is a peaceful place where there is no war.
Black 2White 2 Using the feelers on its head and tail, it picks up vibrations in the air to determine its prey’s location and state. The subtitles were produced by "Nippon Golden Network", a Hawaii-based cable network that broadcasts Asian programming, mostly from Japan. Mepple and Mipple had visited the Garden of Rainbows 100 years before the start of the series. Following this, whenever Pollun becomes agitated, he shoots out power, granting Pretty Cure their Rainbow Bracelets. Y No matter where in the world it goes, it knows where its nest is, so it never gets separated from its Trainer. On Crunchyroll, the show appears in low video quality with a slight amount of white noise can be heard throughout.
Her alter ego is Cure White (????????, Kyua Howaito?), with her abilities lying in her vast intelligence and agility.
Y Its bite injects a potent poison, enough to paralyze large bird Pokemon that try to prey on it.



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