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Old 2004-08-16, 04:23   Link #81
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and wats Ojamajo i've never heard of that one.
Ojamajo Doremi is a maho shojo comedy series about a witch girl. ^^

More detail information site about Ojamo Doremi:
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/ency...me.php?id=1190

It's made by TOEI, the same company who did the production of Pretty Cure. This their Doremi site:
http://www.toei-anim.co.jp/tv/doremi/doremi.html

It's been running since 1999 and now entering the 5th series.
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Old 2004-08-19, 19:32   Link #82
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Fans of Pretty Cure rejoice! Coming soon, it's

Pretty Cure on Ice!
http://www.greenland.co.jp/

If anyone is in Kumamoto, Japan check it out. I guess it's just a show at a theme park though.



Nagisa is a perfect match.... Honoka is not too bad either.
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Old 2004-08-20, 08:29   Link #83
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I too am a large fan of mahou shoujo, and I totally agree. This series SEEMS cliche, overdone, and trite from a basic description, but there is something about it that makes me love it, and I don't know what.
That's exactly the same with me.

I had a lot of fun watching the first episode (among friends) so I started to download the series.
Many groups started subbing Pretty Cure and I think I chose the right one: ChiZeTo. The files are at good quality and the subtitles are very good to read. But unfortunately the've stopped subbing.
Does anyone know why?

I've downloaded the fifth episode from Miyuki no Tamari and was not as sattisfied as I'd been with the work of ChiZeTo.

Can anyone recommend me a groups Pretty Cure fansubs with good quality and good to read subtitles?

Does anyone know, why ChiZeTo don't resume work on Pretty Cure? Or are they just working on ep5?
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Old 2004-08-21, 03:14   Link #84
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Can anyone recommend me a groups Pretty Cure fansubs with good quality and good to read subtitles?
Shoujo-Anime are always good check them out ;p
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Old 2004-10-04, 22:58   Link #85
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"Futari wa Precure" main target audience



Makes you think, doesn't it?

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Old 2004-10-04, 23:21   Link #86
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For those of us who don't read japanese could you clarify? Does this mean that Pretty Cure is recommended for a primary audience of boys of age 19-30 and girls of ages 4-9? That sounds totally wacked!
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Old 2004-10-04, 23:40   Link #87
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No. it means that there's ALOT of boys with 18+ who love this girly kiddie anime then girls aged 18+

And there's ALOT of lil girls 4 to 10 who love this anime then lil 4 - 10 years old boys
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Old 2004-10-04, 23:47   Link #88
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For those of us who don't read japanese could you clarify? Does this mean that Pretty Cure is recommended for a primary audience of boys of age 19-30 and girls of ages 4-9? That sounds totally wacked!
Sure.

Representation of colors
Blue: Main target audience (male)
Red: Main target audience (female)

Light Blue: Sub-target audience (male)
Light Red: Sub-target audience (female)


The bar graph
Main target audience (male): ages 19~30
Sub-target audience (male): ages 16~18 & 31~35

Main target audience (female): ages 4~9
Sub-target audience (female): ages 10~12


What you get from this graph:
This anime is made to catered towards young girls....and whether the animators had this mind is open to debate but, it is obvious that male otakus will watch this anime as well.
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Old 2004-10-05, 00:03   Link #89
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Well according to the statistic, i think its true because im also part of side of cute lil girly anime fandom. However, i know im too old to watch anime of this kind, The reason love this anime is because of the character design more then the story it self.

I donno about the others out there cause im an animator and all i do is watching anime for the search of ideas. maybe the majority of the old guys in that stat are all animators. hehe..

the majority of japanese otakus are old males wich a job as Animator or mangaka.
Actualy, ive never met a dude loving this kind of anime. mostly they are into mechas, monsters and black magic stuff but not in cute schoolatic bossoming girls with cute animals and magic transformation with flashy girlly outfits.

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Old 2004-10-05, 02:24   Link #90
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for males 16 to 18 i can understand to pay it out but 19-30! they get up early to watch a saturday morning cartoon!
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Old 2004-10-05, 03:53   Link #91
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Hi. I'm male and I'm 21.

Nothing wrong with that though. And now I just got reminded what I said months ago in this same thread:

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For me, there's nothing wrong about a guy watching kiddy mahou shoujo anime. It's just that other people don't realize that anime is just a TV show, and doesn't necessarily reflect the views and characteristics of the viewer.

Just don't go out in public with Pretty Cure handphones or accessories.
I just found out in some local TV feature that some part of Pretty Cure animation production is actually being made here in Toei Philippines. They never went into details though. I wonder if the Filipinos who worked on it get recognized through the episode's ending credits, but anyway for me that's quite interesting to discover.
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Old 2004-10-05, 14:33   Link #92
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Well according to the statistic, i think its true because im also part of the male side of cute lil girly anime fandom. However, i know im too old to watch anime of this kind, The reason love this anime is because of the character design more then the story it self.

I donno about the others out there cause im an animator and all i do is watching anime for the search of ideas. maybe the majority of the old guys in that stat are all animators. hehe..

the majority of japanese otakus are old males wich a job as Animator or mangaka.
Actualy, ive never met a dude loving this kind of anime. mostly they are into mechas, monsters and black magic stuff but not in cute schoolatic bossoming girls with cute animals and magic transformation with flashy girlly outfits.
One audience not directly targeted, but which is indirectly reached, are parents who watch the episodes with their children. That can bring viewers in the 30-40+ age range to the series, and also put older individuals into a bt download session to get something that's primarily for the kids to enjoy. When the kids see all the cool new anime you can get for them to watch, suddenly watching reruns on cartoon network just doesn't cut it anymore. If interest forces the kids to deal with subs rather than dubs out of necessity, without realizing it they are practicing their reading.
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Old 2004-10-05, 23:08   Link #93
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without realizing it they are practicing their reading.
Also the learn of the japanese and english and the japanese culture. I rarely see kids addicted on watching discovery channel then anime these days.
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Old 2004-10-06, 06:45   Link #94
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Must say I'm liking this anime a lot, and Nagisa reminds me of Ran (Gals)
Stories are simple but quite interesting and I'm crazy for the opening!!
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Old 2004-10-06, 23:34   Link #95
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sorry blue mist its just that i thought no one would get up and watch a saturday cartoon unless they are already up, I mean i can understand parents watching it with their kids and all........ but hey I can't say anything cause i am really out of the target range

Edit: i wasn't talking about ppl on fansubs (didn't think of them)

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Old 2004-10-15, 07:35   Link #96
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Old 2004-10-15, 07:45   Link #97
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There's 1 or 2 episode released every month
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Old 2004-10-15, 07:47   Link #98
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Old 2004-10-15, 21:39   Link #99
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The episodes are weekly. They're up to 30+ now. It's just that every fansub group died as they reached episode 10 or so. One group released 11, and that's it. No further fansubbed PreCure. I hope a group speedsubs episodes 12-30 just so we can see them (and understand them).

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Old 2004-10-16, 03:54   Link #100
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BF has been on a pause, cause Clem has been busy with his own projets...
tho he informed me that he can continue TLing it 'soon'...

the series has alredy ended to my knowledge (I can be wrog tho) with 28 + 1 (29) episodes...
hope we will get subs going again soon...

for Shoujo and MnT I cannot tell why the heck they haven't continued...
they seemed to have stopped when whe stopped, dunno why's that...
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