Artist reblog: mmn2
(via mmn2)Source: mmn2
Reblogged from the artist MintChoco herself.
Wikipedia presents the plot:
“The series takes place in New Townsville (Tokyo City in the original Japanese version). In order to stop an ecological disaster, Professor Utonium’s son, Ken Kitazawa, uses Chemical Z, a new form of the Professor’s original substance, Chemical X, to destroy a giant glacier. However, the impact of Chemical Z causes several black and white rays of light to appear in the skies above New Townsville. Three ordinary girls, Momoko, Miyako and Kaoru, are engulfed in white lights and become Hyper Blossom, Rolling Bubbles, and Powered Buttercup, respectively.”Source: mmn2
More colour! And where better to find colourful fan art pieces than an anime with its own exclamation point and a Wikipedia page that “may be written from a fan’s point of view, rather than a neutral point of view”: HeartCatch Pretty Cure!
Tomioka Jiro has depicted her Cure Blossom and Cure Marine. Because they would be called that.Source: tomiokajiro.deviantart.com
Please note that I didn’t add that exclamation point — it’s part of the friggin title.
Here are the opening lines of Wikipedia’s story synopsis:
“In each person resides a Heart Flower, which is connected to the great Heart Tree that watches over everyone. Protecting this tree are the Heartcatch PreCures, who defend it against the Desert Apostles, who plan to wilt everything and turn the world into a desert. However, when the current PreCure, Cure Moonlight, is defeated in battle and the Heart Tree loses its flowers, she sends two fairies…”
Do I really have to continue?
Enjoy the picture. I have to go regurgitate a rainbow.Source: teruchan.deviantart.com