Mahō no Tenshi Creamy Mami

Title:Mahō no Tenshi Creamy Mami
Creamy Mami
Magical Angel Creamy Mami
魔法の天使 クリィミーマミ
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Notables: Animation - Studio Pierrot
Creamy 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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52-episode TV anime that premiered on July 1, 1983.
Animated by Studio Pierrot.
See related series, Mahou no Tenshi Creamy Mami: Zutto Kitto Motto and Mahou no Princess Minky Momo vs. Mahou no Tenshi Creamy Mami.
OverallArtAnimationCharacter Design MusicSeries StoryEpisode StoryReviewer
Watch 6 5 6 5 5 5 Ggultra2764 [series:3114#1552]
From a historical standpoint, Creamy Mami has its relevance in anime history as it is the earliest anime title made to promote a new idol singer in the form of Mami and Yuu's seiyuu, Takako Ota. But looking at it from an entertainment standpoint, there isn't much to the series that sticks out from other magical girl titles of its ilk as this was a series made in mind mainly for younger female audiences. Much of the show is episodic in its plot developments as they mix around focus on either the advancement of Mami's pop idol career or Yuu coming across random paranormal happenings that she has to contend with using the magic given to her. Some episodes do flesh out the major characters of the series and Yuu is enough of an engaging character to be relatable to younger female audiences, but there isn't much that Creamy Mami offers that will draw in those not of the anime's intended demographic. The visual quality of the series is typical early 1980s quality and the music prominently focuses on the songs sung by Takako Ota to a good degree, though this suffers from a large case of repetition since the anime lazily reuses the same handful of songs that she sings throughout the show and are nothing really memorable. In spite of its historical contributions to anime, Creamy Mami is mostly a footnote in the industry's history as it doesn't offer much else to make it memorable or stick out from other magical girl titles. If you want a magical girl title focused on idol singers, then Fancy Lala and Full Moon wo Sagashite are better quality offerings since they offer more ongoing developments with their plots and characters in comparison to Creamy Mami.

Last updated Sunday, November 01 2015. Created Sunday, November 01 2015.

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