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  • In this article, I take a look at Pretty Cure/Precure, a famous magical girl anime that has underperformed outside of Japan. Specifically, we'll examine its rough history in the States as the Netflix dub "Glitter Force" and how Crunchyroll intends to bring it back.

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  • I take a look at the first season of Beastars, a promising new anime licensed by Netflix.

    "Beastars" Season 1 Review

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