Princess Comet


Princess Comet (コメットさん☆) is a manga series created and illustrated by Mitsuteru Yokoyama, the creator of Tetsujin 28-go and Giant Robo. The Manga is first serialized in Shueisha’s monthly Margaret magazine from July to November 1967, marking as one of Japan’s first Magical Girl series produced. An anime adaptation of the drama series titled Cosmic Baton Girl Princess Comet was animated by Nippon Animation, directed by Mamoru Kanbe of Cardcaptor Sakura and written by Akira Okeya of Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team. Character designs were done by Kazuaki Makida, who later contributed to the characters designs of Mermaid Melody: Pichi Pichi Pitch. The series premiered on TV Osaka and TV Tokyo from April 1, 2001 to January 27, 2002, with a total of 43 episodes.

Comet (12 years old in human years) is the princess of the Harmonica Star country and was to meet the prince of the Tambourine Star country at a ball where he’d pick a bride. But he isn’t there and so Comet is sent to Earth to find him. He’ll be known by the starlight in his eyes. She finds the Earth and she loves the people she meets there. Meanwhile, Princess Meteor of the Castanet Star country also arrives on Earth in search of the prince. Comet’s companion is a little puppy with a star at the end of his tail named Rubba Ball. Of course, Comet was not the first to visit the Earth and love it, another before her did as well and married. Her pet (a white cat with bunny ears and a tiny heart on her tail named Bunny) continued life as a kind of fairy in the forest. Comet’s power is drawn from the stars of her home and is channeled through her baton; she also wears a special pendant from where Rubba Ball immerges, and with which she can detect and find the prince.

Comet-san is a sweet and funny children’s anime that can enchant kids and grownups alike. The animation is bright, the music is brisk, the voice acting is enthusiastic, and the story moves along at a steady pace. The characters learn about themselves and grow as the story progresses and there is an appropriately satisfying ending.

Opening Theme
#01: “Kimi ni Smile” by Nayu Niibori
#02: “Hoshi no Parade” by Shizuka Nakayama
Ending Theme
#01: “Twinkle Star” by Saeko Chiba
#02: “Comet Song” by Sayuri Tanaka
[June 27, 2001] Princess Comet OST 1
[July 25, 2001] Princess Comet Character Song Collection I
[Oct 30, 2001]  OP2&ED2: Hoshi no Parade / Comet Song
[Nov 29, 2001] Princess Comet Character Song Collection II
[Dec 29, 2001] Princess Comet OST 2
[/princess-comet-best-song-compilation/] Princess Comet Best Song Compilation

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