Futari wa Precure: Max Heart

Pretty Cure Max Heart

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Pretty Cure: MaxHeart, We Are Pretty Cure: Max Heart
Japanese: ふたりはプリキュア ー マックスハート
English: Pretty Cure Max Heart
French: Pretty Cure Max Heart
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Type: TV
Episodes: 47
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 6, 2005 to Jan 29, 2006
Premiered: Winter 2005
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Asahi Broadcasting
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy
Demographic: ShoujoShoujo
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 6.941 (scored by 62926,292 users)
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Ranked: #40212
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Popularity: #4531
Members: 15,176
Favorites: 32

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Shortly after the fall of the Wicked King, the Queen of the Garden of Light lost her memory and came to Earth, in the form of a 12-year-old girl named Hikari Kujou. Now, she—with the help of Nagisa and Honoka, endowed with new costumes and powers—must find the 12 Heartiels, which hold the key to restoring the Queen's lost memories. For together once again, they are Pretty Cure.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Itou, Naoyuki
Episode Director
Zako, Akifumi
Episode Director
Yamayoshi, Yasuo
Episode Director, Storyboard
Kimura, Nobukage
Episode Director


Opening Theme

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DANZEN! Futari wa Precure (MaxHeart Ver) by Mayumi Gojou

Ending Theme

1: "Murimuri?! Ariari!! IN Jaa~nai?! (ムリムリ!?ありあり!!INじゃあな~い?!)" by Mayumi Gojo with Young Flesh (eps 1-36)
2: "Wonder * Winter * Yattaa!! (ワンダーウィンターヤッタ)" by Mayumi Gojou (eps 37-47)

Oct 18, 2014
Nagato-sanAOD (All reviews)
I am PreCure fan. The first series is an especially wonderful TV anime. So, I was very, very disappointed upon getting around to watching Max Heart.

My problems stem from the fact that the show has no real direction. We are treated to a endless number of "Monster of the Day" episodes. In FwPC, we often had a showdown against an enemy general. Here, we don't get that. There really is nothing but MotD episodes. What about character development? That's practically non-existent. Nagisa and Honoka do not grow any at all. Nothing is added to them. In fact, throughout the series, they become flanderized to hilarious read more
Jan 27, 2016
ktulu007 (All reviews)
Last year one of the magical girl anime I looked at was Futari wa Precure, the first in Toei Animation's long-running Precure franchise. It was a strong start with endearing characters, a lot of good moments and strong, surprisingly physical fight scenes. Unlike many magical girl works, Precure believes in having their characters kick and punch instead of just tossing out stock animation special attacks. It also had a pretty strong ending that wrapped everything up. Which makes today's material a little odd. Futari wa Precure Max Heart is a direct sequel with the same characters, one of the only series of its like in read more
Apr 7, 2019
MetaThPr4h (All reviews)
“It was meh”, that's some words I hoped to not have to say after the amazing experience I had so far going through the franchise, even despite the issues I had with the first season of this entry that were saved more than enough by the positives, but Max Heart in my opinion is a sequel that doesn't provide enough freshness to feel necessary to be there.

The biggest change compared to its prequel is the introduction of Hikari, another girl with powers (but not considered a Precure) that fully focuses on supporting abilities for the girls, not being able to properly fight like Honoka and read more
Oct 18, 2014
lkagaminer (All reviews)
This was a disappointment. When I watched Prettycure, I loved it. This however, I didn't like.
It almost seemed like it was 95% of their everyday lives and at the last 5% a monster appeared. It felt very rushed when it finally came to transforming into prettycure.
Their lives and their battles also didn't seem very connected like they were back in prettycure. Kind of if you watched the first part of a T.V. show then watched the second half of another. It just doesn't flow very well. This show seems to have no relation to the original series. I also didn't like how read more


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