Shin Shirayuki-hime Densetsu Prétear, Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Recommendations
Both are about a sixteen year old girl who transforms and has the power of the elements. It's magical!
Like Sailor Moon, Pretear is about a normal everyday girl that gets to do extraordiary things to save those she loves. She fights the forces of evil to save her world, and does it with style of course. Like Sailor Moon, Pretear also has it's share of corny romance, funny name calling, nifty costumes, odd enemies.
Female characters who live a double life. Normal girls who attend school, and then later having the ability to transform into a new outfit and become hero's! They're just about always happy :]]
There's a bit more romance in Sailor Moon then there is in Pretear.
Both of these characters also have the help of their friends when they're fighting. Sailor moon has a group of female girls from school and Pretear has a group of Knights from another world.
Both feature magical girls trying to save the world. The only difference is pretear is MUCH shorter than the sailormoon series.
Really the whole feel to it felt like some parts belong in Sailor Moon, especially the ending. The whole magical girl has to save the world from the big bad and everyone lending their help that happens a LOT in the Sailor Moon anime. Not only that, it does help that this is also a magical girl anime in a sense, with the main character wearing her color coded companions instead of fighting next to them.
This is smilar because the story is about a girl who has to save the world from evil.
Both series feature colorful animation, lovely music, and examplify the classic trimmings of the magical girl genre: flashy transformation sequences, pretty outfits, monsters-of-the-day, and an enchanting romance between the schoolgirl heroine and a gorgeous man.
Both have magical girls with transformations who fight demons with the help of their friends. They have a similar taste in comedy and romance.
Prétear and Sailor Moon are two magical girl anime with a very outgoing female protagonist learning she has the potential to use magical powers and save the world from evil. Both series have similar romance stories, a wide range of distinguishable characters, similar comedic scenes, and pretty much the same vibe. They both have the involvement of Junichi Sato, whose fondness for character development is very visible through both series.