Doki Doki! Pretty Cure

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Doki Doki! Pretty Cure
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Katakana ドキドキ!プリキュア
Romaji Dokidoki! Purikyua
Director Koga Gou
Series Composition Yamaguchi Ryota
Character Design Takahashi Akira
Music Takaki Hiroshi
Studio Toei Animation
Network TV Asahi (Japan)
Anione TV (South Korea)
YOYO TV (Taiwan)
MCOT (Thailand)
Netflix (English Dub)
Run February 3, 2013 - January 26, 2014
August 18 2017 - November 10 2017 (English Dub)
Episodes 49
30 (English Dub)
Opening Happy Go Lucky! Doki Doki! Pretty Cure
Glitter Force (English dub)
Ending Beyond The Sky
Love Link
You and I
Love is an answer (English Dub)

Doki Doki! Pretty Cure (ドキドキ!プリキュア, Dokidoki! Purikyua) is the tenth anime series of the Pretty Cure franchise. Directed by Koga Gou and produced by Toei Animation, the series premiered on TV Asahi on February 3, 2013, replacing Smile Pretty Cure! in its timeslot. The Cures' signature motif is poker card suits, while the series' theme is emotions and selflessness.

This series has been dubbed into English by the company Saban as Glitter Force Doki Doki. The first 15 episodes were made available on Netflix on August 18, 2017 in every region except Asia. The other 15 episodes were made available on November 10, 2017.


From the Asahi TV poster:

Mana Aida is a girl who is always eager to do things for the sake of others.
One day, when she was visiting the Clover Tower during her school's orientation program, an enemy named Jikochuu appeared suddenly, and tried to manipulate her inner heart! To fight this enemy, she borrowed power from a fairy named Sharuru, and a magical device called the Lovely Commune to transform into Pretty Cure!
To protect the peace of the world, other legendary Pretty Cure soon joined her in battle! A mysterious baby also appears, making each day a "Heartthrob" experience! The 4 Cures, always holding "love" in their hearts, are battling for the world's fate!

From Toei Animation Website:

Just when Mana Aida, a second-year student at Oogai 1st Middle School, was about to reach the observatory at the top of the Clover Tower in her town, a monster appears. Mana, who jumps into action without thinking, is met by Sharuru, a fairy from the Trump Kingdom. With her help, she transforms into Cure Heart! Together with her childhood friends Rikka and Alice (along with the mysterious Cure Sword from the Trump Kingdom), Mana protects Earth from the invading Jikochuu monsters.


For a list of episodes, see Doki Doki! Pretty Cure episodes



Pretty Cure

Character Voice actor
CureHeart Main.jpg Mana Aida / Cure Heart
(JP) 相田 マナ (Aida Mana)
(EN) Maya Aida
(JP) Nabatame Hitomi
(EN) Debi Derryberry
Mana is the bright and energetic student council president of Oogai First Public Middle School in her second year. She's a person who believes actions speak louder than words, and will often jump in to help others without even thinking about it. Both elders and youngsters around her believe in her leadership capabilities. In Glitter Force Doki Doki, she is called Glitter Heart.
CureDiamond Main.jpg Rikka Hishikawa / Cure Diamond
(JP) 菱川 六花 (Hishikawa Rikka)
(EN) Rachel
(JP) Kotobuki Minako
(EN) Cassandra Lee Morris
Rikka is the student council secretary in Oogai First Public Middle School. She's Mana's childhood friend. She was always protected by her back then, which makes Rikka always believe in Mana, but Rikka always protected Mana when she was a troublemaker. She is also one of the ten best students in national mock exams. In Glitter Force Doki Doki, she is called Glitter Diamond.
CureRosetta Main.jpg Alice Yotsuba / Cure Rosetta
(JP) 四葉 ありす (Yotsuba Arisu)
(EN) Clara Yotsuba
(JP) Fuchigami Mai
(EN) Melissa Fahn
Alice is a student in Nanatsu Hashi Academy for girls, which only rich people can afford because she's the heir to the Yotsuba Zaibatsu. She's childhood friends with Mana and Rikka. She's a kind person, sweet, talented and gentle, but often flaunts wealth involuntarily. In Glitter Force Doki Doki, she is called Glitter Clover.
CureSword Main.jpg Makoto Kenzaki / Cure Sword
(JP) 剣崎 真琴 (Kenzaki Makoto)
(EN) Mackenzie Mack
(JP) Miyamoto Kanako
(EN) Stephanie Sheh
Makoto is the royal guard of the Trump Kingdom in parallel worlds. She came to Japan to find the princess after her nation was invaded and became a super idol and extremely popular fashionista. Cool and always has a strong sense of responsibility, but harbored remorse for feeling that she didn't protect the princess, and doesn't get along well with her new allies. In Glitter Force Doki Doki, she is called Glitter Spade.
CureAce Main.png Aguri Madoka / Cure Ace
(JP) 円 亜久里 (Madoka Aguri)
(EN) Natalie Miller
(JP) Kugimiya Rie
(EN) Erica Lindbeck
Aguri is a mysterious, wise Pretty Cure who initially watched over the other four Pretty Cure to ensure they grow stronger. She reveals herself as Aguri in episode 23. She tried to seal away the Selfish King in the past but failed to do so, causing her mascot Ai to revert to an egg and rendering her powerless. After reuniting with Ai-chan, she is able to transform once again, but with a limit of five minutes. She is no longer bound by the time limit after having gained knowledge of her true identity, from the Eternal Golden Crown, as Marie Ange's light fragment. In Glitter Force Doki Doki, she is called Glitter Ace.


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Differences Between Doki Doki and Glitter Force Doki Doki

  • Like in Glitter Force, some footage is darkened, likely to prevent seizures.
    • Also, like in Glitter Force, the dialogue is often added in scenes that have no dialogue in the original Japanese version.
  • The names of the Cures are Americanized. However, Maya and Clara retain their original surnames of Aida and Yotsuba respectively. The Selfish Trio's names are also unchanged for the most part.
  • Sharuru is renamed Kippie, Raquel is renamed Rory, Daybi is renamed Davi, and Ai is renamed, Dina.
  • When in Glitter Pad form, the mascot's voices become slightly distorted, as if they're coming from a speaker. This effect is not present in the original version.
  • The Trump Kingdom is renamed the kingdom of Splendorius.
  • The name of the Selfish King is changed to King Mercenare.
  • The name Jikochuu is changed to Distain.
  • Some dubbed episodes are combinations of two original episodes. For instance, episode one of Glitter Force Doki Doki is made up of the first two episodes of Doki Doki Pretty Cure.
  • The Lovely Commune is called the Glitter Pad and the Cure Loveads are called Glitter Charms.
  • Okada Joe is now known as Johnny and Princess Marie Ange is now known as Princess Marie Angelica.
  • Thirteen episodes are completely cut from the dub.
    • The combination of other episodes results in Glitter Force Doki Doki having a total of 19 fewer episodes than the original.


  • Doki! Doki! Pretty CureSuite Pretty Cure and Star Twinkle Pretty Cure are all share the same character designer. A book about Takahashi Akira design work at Toei Animation was brought out under the name Takahashi Akira Toei Animation Precure Works. The book features artwork from both shows.
  • The villains are based on the Seven Deadly Sins: Ira (Wrath), Marmo (Greed), Bel (Sloth), Leva (Envy), Gula (Gluttony), Regina and Lust (Lust) and Selfish King and Goma (Pride).
  • Doki Doki! Pretty Cure and Fresh Pretty Cure! both feature a card suit motif. Peach, Passion, and Heart are symbolized by the heart symbol, Berry and Sword are symbolized by the spade symbol, Diamond and Pine are symbolized by the diamond symbol, and Rosetta and the entire Fresh group are symbolized by the clover symbol.
  • Doki Doki! Pretty Cure is the first season to have its official LINE account and stickers.
  • Doki Doki! Pretty Cure is the third Pretty Cure series to get an English dub, the first two being Futari wa Pretty Cure and Smile Pretty Cure!
  • This is the first Pretty Cure season to have Hiroaki Shibata as a producer till the second half of Go! Princess Pretty Cure.
  • This is the last season to have two eyecatches.

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