English: Magical Angel Creamy Mami
Synonyms: Incantevole Creamy, Creamy Mami, the Magic Angel
Japanese: 魔法の天使 クリィミーマミ
Jul 1, 1983 to Jun 29, 1984
24 min. per ep.
G - All Ages
7.181 (scored by 1,218 users)
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SynopsisCreamy Mami is about a young girl, Yuu, who after seeing a spaceship is given the power to use magic for one year. She is also given 2 cats, Poji and Nega, to watch over and guide her. Using her magic powers to transform into the idol Creamy Mami, Yuu must work hard at acting, singing, helping her parents at their crepe shop, fighting aliens and bad guys, going to school, plus try to get the affections of her childhood friend Toshio.
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Opening Theme"Delicate ni Sukishite (デリケートに好きして)" by Takako Oota
Ending Theme#1: "Pajama no Mama de (パジャマのままで)" by Takako Oota (eps 1-26, 52)
#2: "Love Sarigenaku (LOVEさりげなく)" by Takako Oota (eps 27-51)
I stumbled across a screenshot of Creamy Mami one day, and thought Mami looked like such a silly character that I needed to know who the heck she was. After googling various images of her, I felt the urge to watch an episode or two.
I finished the whole anime in about two weeks. That's huge for me.
The characters were so unique and lively, sticking to the same personality throughout the series. It was especially exciting to see Morisawa Yuu, the main character, display such childlike and immature qualities, as it seems as though people often depict their characters as "pure," or "perfect," and what not. In this way, the characters were very relatable and fun to watch! My only complaint about the characters they introduced in the series would be that many of the episodes brought forth interesting people - accompanied with complex backstories - that were never to appear again. Even so, the abundance of unique, cute stories that elapsed over the Creamy Mami anime kept me from getting uninterested ^u^ Oftentimes, when animes follow a type of overly-serious plot, the emotional parts seem much less touching.
In contrast, when the sweet, romantic scenes appeared in Creamy Mami, it just felt like the cutest thing!
In general, I probably took to this anime so fast because it's part of my favorite genre: comedy. I love sad animes, but ones that are based on such emotions are often not as funny to me, and I like to experience all sorts of feelings when I get into a story. That was definitely present as I watched Creamy Mami.
I rated Creamy Mami nine stars. This might be seen as over-generous, as the story didn't really develop/change, and much of the magical aspects were never fully explained or advanced. To put it simply, a lot of the interesting ideas felt as though they were never finished, and that was a little disheartening. Even so, I was tempted to give Creamy Mami a 10/10 for reminding me of the importance of innocence and of a simple, straight-forward love story.
In the end, it was never necessary to overload a series with dramatic episodes to make the viewer leave it with a big smile on their face c:
Fancy Lala and Creamy Mami are both Studio Pierrot Magical Girl series about young girls who are given the power to transform into an older girl and become idol singers. Lala is sort of like an updated version of Mami
Both mahou shoujo anime where the protagonist is a little girl who can transform into a pretty, popular singer/idol. The girl also has two magical creatures that follow her everywhere.
In both Creamy & Fancy Lala the idol has a female rival who hates and envy her.
Last but not least, for both anime the original illustrations and character designs are by Akemi Takada.
Fancy Lala is like a boring version of Creamy Mami.
These two anime feature a young girl who can transform into an older, beautiful idol with the help of two magical creatures. The girls in both have certain restrictions on their powers. The style of the anime has a happy feel, but Full Moon includes a touch of tragedy.
Both series has the young girl, who by magic transforms into beautiful teen who eventually becomes an idol sensation. Full Moon is a little darker and more tragic than Creamy Mami, amd Creamy Mami is more of a magic girl than Full Moon, who never performed any magic. Creamy Mami is fun and lighthearted, with some dramatic moments.
Both are Idol Animes with very catchy and nice tunes.
Both feature a light purple haired protagonist that grows up when she's an idol.
Both feature cute stuffed animals that talk.
Both are really heartwarming shows ♥ !
Both are about young girls who get magical powers to become older teens. Both have weird alien "pets." Both were made in the '80s. Both Mami and Persia like older boys and become older people in order to make them fall in love.
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