OK... Glitter Force. They changed Smile Pretty Cure! to Glitter Force.Read more >
Hi everyone! I'm HanasakiTsubomi997, a new user on this wiki. If you've already seen my user page, you'd know a few things about me. I've properly introduced myself now, and I think it's time that I gave you my thoughts on the English dub of Smile Pretty Cure!, Glitter Force~
Alright, let's begin with the characters. Unlike the original Japanese show, Glitter Force was split up into two seasons. Emily, better known in Japan as Miyuki Hoshizora, is an energetic and optimistic girl who is somewhat of a klutz. She has an interest in books, especially fairy tales, and is seldom unhappy. She transforms into Glitter Lucky (Cure Happy) and her magical form motif is a heart. Her element is holy light, and she serves as the leader of the Glitter Force.…Read more >
I'm probably one of the few people who's seen the full series, seeing as how the only real information I've found is on its wikipedia article and the articles here have clearly been copied from there (I wrote my own for the villains, hopefully someone else has the time to do one for the Glitter Force, Candy, and Pop), no one even bothered to take note of Ricky, Rufus, and Margie's English names, though admittedly Season 2 was only released in English just last month, so here's my review which might at least tell other people whether they'll want to see it or not.
Spoilers will be hidden under an expanding table.
I thought it was pretty good. Obviously inspired by Sailor Moon. It's mostly family-friendly too, but at the same time it isn't afr…
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