It covers the anime series, characters, storylines, and other relevant material to the Pretty Cure series. Pretty Cure is the main term used in the series to describe a group of girls who can transform into warriors. In each season, there is a legend of warriors who will come to aid the world when it is in need, and stop an invasion of evil.
The franchise started in 2004 with Futari wa Pretty Cure. Since then, seventeen Pretty Cure seasons have been developed and aired. The currently airing season is called Healin' Good♥Pretty Cure, and has a nature/animals theme.
Healin' Good♥Pretty Cure
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Episodes and Episode Lists - Every single Pretty Cure series and sequel has an episode list page with original titles, airdates and handy descriptions. The infoboxes on the episode pages themselves also include the main episode staff.
Movies - Anything movie related, specific movies, movie characters, soundtrack and songs can be found here.
Many aspects about Kenjou Akira - including her design, her voice, her personality and her transformation sequence - reference the extravagant Broadway-style musicals performed by the Takarazuka Revue, in which women play all possible roles of the musical.
Her masculine design and personality fit the otokoyaku (男役,otokoyaku?) (literally "male role"), the male part played by actresses in Takarazuka productions. This is especially apparent with her Cure design, with its ornate uniform/suit-like style, the top hat and the princely puffed sleeves and cape.
In her transformation sequence, she stands on an ookaidan (大階段,ookaidan?), the "grand staircase" being a trademark of the musicals since 1927 and usually rolled out in the finale for the actresses to dance on. Her hand motions in the sequence are also typical.