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CLAMPs Magic Knight Rayearth Manga Gets New Anime Project

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Teaser and Visuals for New Rayearth Anime Revealed

The official X (formerly Twitter) account for CLAMP‘s Magic Knight Rayearth franchise announced a new anime adaptation project on Tuesday. The post unveiled a visual and a promotional video, featuring footage from the 1994-1995 television anime.

 

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Image via Comic Natalie

Magic Knight Rayearth follows three high school girls named Hikaru, Umi, and Fuu. During a class field trip to Tokyo Tower, they are transported to the fantasy world of Cephiro. They meet the mage Clef, who informs them that the world is dying after the priest Zagato kidnaps Princess Emeraude. Imbued with magical powers as the Magic Knights, Hikaru, Umi, and Fuu must work together to save Cephiro.

The creative circle CLAMP serialized the Magic Knight Rayearth manga in Kodansha‘s Nakayoshi magazine from 1993 to 1996 across six volumes. The manga inspired two television anime seasons: the first from October 1994 to March 1995, and the second, titled Magic Knight Rayearth 2, from April to November 1995. The manga also inspired a three-episode 1997 original video anime project simply titled Rayearth.

Media Blasters initially released the television anime on VHS and DVD in the United States. Discotek Media licensed the anime in 2014 and released it as a complete collection on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in 2017, though the release did not include the Rayearth OVA series.

Source: Magic Knight Rayearth X/Twitter account, Comic Natalie


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