Hiroshi Miyamoto, the director behind many of the familiar CG sequences in PreCure, is moving on to pastures new. The artist and designer has new goals in mind as he leaves his post at Toei. Get the news after the jump!
With 61 magical girls to its name, PreCure (also known as Glitter Force) can be hard to keep tabs on. Fortunately, a new app gives fans a full encyclopedia of the characters in the long-running anime franchise. Find out more about it after the jump!
The out-of-this-world new season of PreCure is getting another alien character! DanMachi and SSSS.GRIDMAN star Soma Saito joins the cast in this week's episode, with more from his character to follow. Who is he? Find out more after the jump!
Now in its 16th year, PreCure is a beloved show for parents and kids alike. So Bandai is rolling out matching shirts for kids and grown-ups! Take a look at the new items after the jump.
Fans of Glitter Force—AKA the Saban localization of the Smile Precure! anime—can look forward to more in the not-so-distant future. Next up is Glitter Force Doki Doki, which is the English version of 2013-2014 series Dokidoki! Precure, and Netflix has it listed for an August 18 debut. Read on for more.
Are you already deep into (or completely through) the second season of Netflix's PreCure localization Glitter Force? It made its debut on the streaming service over the weekend, and the YouTube channel has been promoting the return with a bunch of clips.
Netflix's streaming plans for August 2016 have been published. Of note, Glitter Force season 2, the continuation of Saban's localized version of 2012's Smile PreCure! ,joins the offering on August 26th. On the flip side, Death Note (2006), Naruto Shippûden the Movie: Bonds (2008) and Naruto Shippuden: The Movie (2007) are out on the 31st. More after the jump.
With Glitter Force (the localized Smile Precure) running on Netflix, the series' YouTube channel has posted another music video for "Believe In You," performed by pop group Blush. If you enjoyed "Run (All Together)," check out latest after the jump.
With Glitter Force (that's Smile Precure to you otaku!) running on Netflix. the series' YouTube channel has posted the music video for "Run (All Together)" performed by pop group Blush. Get a look after the jump.
Netflix's Glitter Force is a dubbed version of the shoujo series Smile PreCure! and it's got an all-new soundtrack from girl group Blush as well as an all-new voice cast for a wider American audience. Hit the jump for more!
Saban's localization of the Smile PreCure! anime, Glitter Force, is getting ready to make its English debut on Netflix. The 20-episode first season hits the streaming service worldwide, excluding Asia, on December 18, and you can see a preview in the first-look trailer after the jump.
Intrepid fans have spotted entries for Glitter Force and The Seven Deadly Sins on Netflix's U.S. and Japan launch pages, respectively. Could this mean that these anime will be available to English-speaking audiences in the near future? Hit the jump to speculate.
Saban Brands has been advertising a new "girls action" TV show in trade magazines under the title of Glitter Force, and the artwork used is from Smile PreCure!, a 2012 TV anime from Toei. Hit the jump to learn more.