There’s going to be a lot of anticipation for this as a show that served as a gateway into anime for a lot of people. Tokyo Mew Mew is getting a new anime adaptation – and even its creators are surprised by this. Coming at the 20th anniversary of the manga and the 65th anniversary of the Nakayoshi magazine, the series doesn’t have any details yet but will be coming with a new cast and production team. Auditions are open in Japan for Ichigo already.
The original TV series ran for 52 episodes back in 2002.
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The original manga by Reiko Yohida and Mia Ikumi began in 2003 and ran for seven volumes as published by Tokyopop. Kodansha Comics has released them more recently in omnibus editions in both print and digital.
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Plot Concept: UNLEASH THE FULL POWER OF MEW MEW! On her first date with the cutest boy in school, Ichigo is exposed to a mysterious ray that meshes her DNA with that of the endangered Iriomote wildcat. She soon discovers that she has developed superhuman abilities and enhanced agility. Her new powers are put to the test when she leads a team with four other girls, each endowed with special abilities of their own. Together, they must now protect the Earth from an alien menace known as Deep Blue. This omnibus edition contains volumes 1 and 2 of Tokyo Mew Mew. Includes special extras after the story!