Wednesday saw the launch of a clean version of the second closing credits sequence for the 20th Precure (Pretty Cure) television anime series, Soaring Sky! Pretty Cure (Hirogaru Sky! Precure). Chihaya Yoshitake’s song “Dear Shine Sky” is played throughout the scene. On July 2, the 22nd episode of the anime debuted the song and a new ending sequence.
On February 5, the anime had its television debut on Asahi Broadcasting Corporation TV, TV Asahi, and 22 affiliates. The anime is being streamed by Crunchyroll as it airs in Japan.
The principal cast includes:
- Akira Sekine as Sora Harewataaru/Cure Sky, the Precure of the heavens
- Ai Kakuma as Mashiro Nijigaoka/Cure Prism, the Precure of light
- Ayumu Murase as Tsubasa Yuunagi/Cure Wing, the first male Precure
- Ayaka Nanase as Ageha Hijiri/Cure Butterfly, a Precure who has recently become an adult at the age of 18 years old
- Aoi Koga as Ellee
Here is a tweet that shows the heroes fall in order to rise:
Heroes have to fall in order to rise, never falter Hero Girl!
— Anime Trending (@AniTrendz) July 4, 2023
The new anime’s motif is “sky,” and its topic is “hero.” Skyland, a celestial world, and Sorashido, a city surrounded by nature, are two locations where the story is set and where Precure females are present. One day, an Underg Empire monster kidnapped Skyland’s young Princess Ellee.
Following the princess into a mysterious hole, Sora Harewataaru, a courageous young woman who desires to be a hero, finds herself in another world at the city of Sorashido. Sora meets Mashiro Nijigaoka, a second-year junior high school student, and ends up moving in with Ellee in Mashiro’s house.
(World Trigger, GeGeGe no Kitar, Precure All Stars) Kouji Ogawa New Stage 2: Eiga Precure All Stars and Kokoro no Tomodachi As the new anime’s series director at Toei Animation, New Stage 3: Eien no Tomodachi) makes a comeback to the franchise.
The series scripts are written by Ryunosuke Kingetsu (Futakoi Alternative, Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight!, Ulysses: Jeanne d’Arc and the Alchemist Knight), and the character designs are done by Atsushi Sait (Love Live! Superstar!!, Black Fox).
Aya Kadoguchi is the lead artist, and Miki Imai is the art designer. The creator of the color key is Kumiko Yanagisawa. The soundtrack is being written by Erika Fukasawa (Just Because!, the assistant on your name.).
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