Over at Borderline Hikikomori, Crisu writes about attempting a lecture on mahou shoujo. To this, Damien Kellis of Moe Check! responds with a piece on shoujo versus shounen. Considering that I’ve spent over four hours over the past two weekends working on an unfinished, content-light Cardcaptor Sakura post, I’m thoughtful on which magical girl series I’ve seen and enjoyed (or didn’t enjoy), and why.
Archive for the ‘Petite Princess Yucie’ Category
I still cannot get used to Fredrick’s English voice.
Cube finally gets to visit the castle without being an intruder. He really does care for Yucie. I had a feeling he’d be the one to mention the other candidates.
“I bet I can take over the world even if I’m not an adult. If not, my Mom will.” Glenda’s words sum up all the candidates’ views about the wish they knew Yucie planned. Prince Arrow’s life meant more than anything they would wish for. The only exception would be Beth, but her father and her world are now safe, Arrow in harm and his life in danger for it.
Graduation day is one day Glenda must not be able to adapt her outfit to her own tastes (or perhaps she would prefer not to alter the look of the outfit symbolizing her completion of the Petite Princess Academy).