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Magic Knight RayEarth

Magic Knight RayEarth

Magic Knight RayEarth


Magic Knight Rayearth is a mistagged artist name. Please, fix your tags, here is the correct artist name: 松尾早人 Please do yourself, and last.fm, a favor and fix your tags placing only the proper artist name in your music "Artist" tag field. Magic Knight Rayearth (魔法騎士レイアース Majikku Naito Reiāsu?) is a manga series created by Clamp, a mangaka team made up by Satsuki Igarashi, Ageha Ohkawa, Tsubaki Nekoi and Mokona. Rayearth combines elements from the magical girl and mecha anime genres with parallel world fantasy. Read more on Last.fm
Magic Knight Rayearth is a mistagged artist name. Please, fix your tags, here is the correct artist name: 松尾早人 Please do yourself, and last.fm, a favor and fix your tags placing only the proper artist name in your music "Artist" tag field. Magic Knight Rayearth (魔法騎士レイアース Majikku Naito Reiāsu?) is a manga series created by Clamp, a mangaka team made up by Satsuki Igarashi, Ageha Ohkawa, Tsubaki Nekoi and Mokona. Rayearth combines elements from the magical girl and mecha anime genres with parallel world fantasy. The manga was adapted into an anime series in 1994 and a OVA in 1997. -TV SERIES- The anime series aired first on Japan's Yomiuri TV on October 17, 1994 and ended on November 27, 1995. It was directed by Toshihiro Hirano and co-produced by Yomiuri TV and Tokyo Movie Shinsha (now TMS Entertainment). The anime actually had 2 seasons, lasting 49 episodes altogether. Music: Hayato Matsuo Music supervision: Koichi Sugiyama Music producer: Hiroki Horio Music production: Polydor, Sugiyama Kobo -OVA- A three-part OVA was released in Japan a few years after the end of the manga and the TV series.

The OVA was named simply Rayearth and its story was quite different from the original. The characters are all the same, but the relationships, places and events changed radically. Here we find that Hikaru, Umi and Fuu are already friends who go to the same school and will soon be leaving for high school. Suddenly, a strange fairy (which turns out to be Mokona, the creature from the original series) appears in front of them.

At the same time, strange monsters and wizards start to appear in the city of Tokyo. One of them is Clef, who tries to guide the three girls in order to let them become the Magic Knights, awaken their Mashin and fight against the evil wizards from Cephiro, who are trying to invade the human world. -THEME SONGS- Three opening themes were used in the series and one in the OVA RayEarth: _Opening Themes_ Episodes #1-20 Kanji: 「ゆずれない願い」 Romanization: "Yuzurenai Negai" Translation: "Unyielding Wish" Artist: Naomi Tamura Episodes #21-42/ II#1-21 Kanji: 「キライになれない」 Romanization: "Kirai ni Narenai" Translation: "I Can't Hate You" Artist: Ayumi Nakamura Episodes #43-49/ II#22-28 Kanji:「光と影を抱きしめたまま」 Romanization: "Hikari to Kage o Dakishimeta Mama" Translation: "Still Embracing Light and Darkness" Artist: Naomi Tamura OVA Kanji/Romanization/Translation: "All You Need is Love" Artist: Naomi Tamura _Ending Themes_ Episodes #1-20 Kanji:「明日への勇気」 Romanization: "Asu e no Yuuki" Translation: "The Courage Leading to Tomorrow" Artist: Keiko Yoshinari Episodes #21-42 Kanji:「ら・ら・ば・い~優しく抱かせて~」 Romanization: "Rarabai ~ Yasashiku Dakasete ~" Translation: "Lullaby - Softly, Tenderly -" Artist: Minako Honda Episodes #43-49 Kanji:「いつか輝く」 Romanization: "Itsuka Kagayaku" Translation: "Someday Shining" Artist: Keiko Yoshinari Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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