Continuing in Japan's long-cherished tradition of making April Fools' Day gags out of things fans would actually want to see, Toei Animation's annual contribution to the April 1st festivities is a movie poster advertising a fictional team-up film that combines Dragon Ball Super and PreCure Super Stars!. Hit the jump to check it out.
It is officially confirmed today on March 17 that the PreCure franchise's next feature film will be a crossover between its first TV series Futari wa PreCure and the ongoing 15th series Hugtto! PreCure. A 30-second teaser introduces the encounter between Cure Black and Cure White from the former and Cure Yell from the latter. See the miracle collaboration after the jump!
Kodansha's kid's magazine Tanoshii Youchien (literally means Pleasant Kindergarten) celebrates its 62nd anniversary this year. Its next April 2018 issue will come with a special alarm clock with the nine-type voices of the three girls from the ongoing 15th PreCure TV series Hugtto! PreCure. Watch a CM for the item to check out how they wake you up after the jump!
Marvelous' official YouTube channel has posted a 110-second music video for Kanako Miyamoto's "We can!! Hugtto! PreCure," the OP theme song for the ongoing 15th PreCure TV series Hugtto! PreCure. Meanwhile, the PreCure franchise's official YouTube channel has also released the anime's creditless OP and ED movies. Watch the clips from the latest PreCure series after the jump!
The official website for Toei Animation's ongoing 15th PreCure TV series Hugtto! PreCure announced today that the human form of the hamster fairy Harryham Harry is voiced by 41-year-old Jun Fukuyama (Shoukichi Naruko in Yowamushi Pedal), instead of the fairy form's Junko Noda. His human form was already appeared in the OP movie, but he didn't show it in the first episode yet. Hit the jump for more details.
It is officially confirmed today that 41-year-old Yukari Tamura, who is definitely one of the most popular anime voice actresses today in Japan, joins the next 15th PreCure TV series Hugtto! PreCure as a female villain named Lulu, alongside Shinichiro Miki, Masanori Machida, Sayaka Ohara, and Fukushi Ochiai. Hit the jump for more cast information.
It's almost time for a new team, and the Pink Cures are stepping up to pass the baton! Toei has shared a video of Cure Whip and Cure Yell making the change preceding the premiere of Hugtto! PreCure. Check it out after the jump!
Hana Nono/Cure Yell, the protagonist of the next 15th PreCure TV series Hugtto! PreCure, is confirmed to make a cameo appearance in the final 49th episode of the ongoing 14th series Kirakira PreCure a la Mode to be aired in Japan tomorrow. Ichika Usami/Cure Whip from Kirakira also appeared in the final episode of the previous 13th series Maho Girls PreCure! in January 2017. Hit the jump for more information.
For its highly anticipated premiere on February 4, the official website for Toei Animation's next 15th PreCure TV series Hugtto! PreCure announced its five main voice cast, main staff members, and OP/ED theme song artists today. Check out the latest information after the jump!
The official website for Toei Animation's next 15th PreCure TV series Hugtto! PreCure renewal opened today, revealing its key visual and character visuals of its three PreCure girls: Hana Nono/Cure Yell, Saaya Yakushiji/Cure Ange, and Homare Kagayaki/Cure Étoile. Check out the latest information after the jump!