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Sony Magic Pretty Cure
No. of episodes 50
Animation Studio Toei Animation
Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan
Network TV Asahi (Japan)
Max (United States)


Sony Magic Pretty Cure (ソニーマジックプリキュア Sonī Majikku Purikyua?) is a fanmade Pretty Cure series produced by Toei Animation and Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan. This series was themed after many different beloved and underappreciated Sony Pictures Animation films.


Plot[]

In the vibrant city of Toonville, a magical realm parallel to our own, a group of ordinary girls discovers an extraordinary secret. Each possessing a unique connection to a Sony Pictures Animation movie, they are chosen as the legendary Sony Magic Pretty Cures to protect both worlds from an impending darkness.

As the girls navigate their daily lives, they encounter mysterious creatures known as Shadows that threaten to drain the joy and creativity from Toonville. Guided by a group of well-known Sony Animation characters like Mavis Dracula and Flint Lockwood, they awaken their dormant powers and transform into the Cures, each embodying the spirit and essence of a beloved Sony Pictures Animation film.

United as a team, the Cures embark on a journey to collect powerful artifacts known as Animation Shards, scattered across Toonville. These shards hold the key to restoring balance and harmony between the worlds, but the Cures must face formidable challenges, confront their deepest fears, and unlock the true potential of their abilities.

Along the way, the Cures encounter allies and adversaries from various Sony Pictures Animation movies, forming unlikely alliances and facing off against formidable villains who seek to plunge Toonville into eternal darkness. As they grow stronger, the Cures learn valuable lessons about friendship, courage, and the power of imagination.

As the final battle approaches, the Cures must confront the source of the Shadows, a malevolent force seeking to erase the joy and magic from Toonville forever. With the fate of both worlds hanging in the balance, the Cures unleash their ultimate powers, combining their strengths and the power of their respective movie themes to defeat the darkness and restore Toonville to its full splendor.

In the end, the Cures discover that the power of Sony Pictures Animation movies lies not just in their enchanting stories, but in the hearts of those who believe in the magic of imagination. With the Shadows defeated and Toonville saved, the girls return to their ordinary lives, forever changed by their extraordinary journey as the Sony Magic Pretty Cure team.

Characters[]

Pretty Cure[]

  • Maya Tsukino - Maya is wise and serene, carrying an air of mystery. She acts as the voice of reason within the team, providing guidance and insight. She embodies elegance and grace, much like the characters from the "Hotel Transylvania" franchise. Her Cure form is Cure Dracula.
  • Haruka Mizuki - Haruka is energetic and optimistic, always seeing the bright side of things. She spreads joy and laughter wherever she goes, bringing a sense of warmth and positivity. Her zest for life reflects the whimsical world of "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs." Her Cure form is Cure Swallow.
  • Sakura Hoshino - Sakura is dreamy and imaginative, often lost in her own world of creativity. She has a gentle and nurturing nature, caring deeply for others. She embodies the enchantment of the night sky and possesses a caring and nurturing presence, reflecting the magical essence of the "Smurfs" world. Her Cure form is Cure Smurf.
  • Aria Nakamura - Aria is graceful and compassionate, with a natural talent for music. She uses her melodious voice to heal and inspire others. Aria embraces creativity, innovation, and the importance of family bonds, reflecting the heartwarming story of "The Mitchells vs. The Machines." Her Cure form is Cure Techie.
  • Emi Takahashi - Emi is determined and courageous, a natural leader who never backs down from a challenge. She strives to protect others and embodies bravery and resilience. Inspired by the groundbreaking world of "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse," Emi has a strong sense of heroism. Her Cure form is Cure Spider.
  • Hana Suzuki - Hana is cheerful and outgoing, bringing warmth and happiness to those around her. She values the power of communication and self-expression. Hana spreads joy, positivity, and the importance of embracing one's emotions, reflecting the vibrant and colorful world of "The Emoji Movie." Her Cure form is Cure Emoji.
  • Rei Kimura - Rei is calm and mysterious, possessing a quiet strength. She has the ability to see through illusions and uncover the truth. Rei embraces the spirit of giving, compassion, and the wonder of Christmas, akin to the heartwarming tale of "Arthur Christmas." Her Cure form is Cure Holiday.
  • Kaori Tanaka - Kaori is gentle and empathetic, with a deep connection to nature. She exudes a peaceful and nurturing presence and advocates for the preservation of the environment. Kaori embodies the spirit of adventure and the balance of ecosystems, inspired by the wild and comedic world of "Open Season." Her Cure form is Cure Timber.
  • Sora Yamamoto - Sora is wise and introspective, intrigued by the mysteries of the universe. She possesses a deep understanding of cosmic energy and represents exploration and curiosity. Sora embodies the boundless possibilities of the cosmos, drawing inspiration from the extraterrestrial adventures of "Planet 51." Her Cure form is Cure Astro.
  • Yuki Nakamura - Yuki is calm and compassionate, with a love for animals and the water. She is known for her exceptional surfing skills and her belief in "building bridges, not walls." Yuki embodies the thrill of the ocean, camaraderie, and a strong adherence to her principles, drawing inspiration from "Surf's Up." Her Cure form is Cure Tide.

Mascots[]

  • Smurfette
  • Gene Meh
  • Spider-Ham
  • Steve the Monkey
  • Peter Rabbit
  • Doug the Pug
  • Long the Wish Dragon
  • Vivo
  • Cody
  • Elliot

Villains[]

Supporting Characters[]

  • Mavis Dracula
  • Flint Lockwood
  • Katie Mitchell
  • Miles Morales

Items[]

Locations[]

  • Toonville

Gallery[]

Trivia[]

  • Toonville, one of the main locations of the series, is the exact same Toonville as Golden Toon Pretty Cure, as Golden Toon takes place many years before Sony Pictures Animation was established.
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