Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card

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  • 2018
  • 1 Season

Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card is a Japanese anime television series produced by Madhouse and directed by Morio Asaka. The show features a young girl named Sakura Kinomoto, who discovers that she possesses magical abilities after accidentally releasing a set of magical cards called Clow Cards. The series is a spin-off of the original Cardcaptor Sakura series, which aired from 1998 to 2000.

The story of Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card takes place two years after the events of the original series. Sakura is now in middle school and reuniting with her friends Tomoyo, Syaoran, and others. However, they soon discover that the Clow Cards have turned blank, and new cards have emerged. These new cards, known as Clear Cards, have their own unique abilities and powers, and they can be even more dangerous than the Clow Cards. Together, Sakura and her friends must capture the new cards before they cause harm to the world.

The overall theme of Clear Card is friendship and growth. Sakura and her friends face new challenges, both in the form of new cards and personal struggles. There is a focus on how they deal with these challenges and how they support each other throughout their journey. The show also highlights the importance of communication and honesty in relationships, particularly between Sakura and Syaoran.

The animation style of Clear Card is similar to that of the original series, with bright colors and detailed character designs. The show features magical sequences, where Sakura must capture the Clear Cards using her staff and various spells. These sequences are visually stunning, and showcase the creativity of the show's creators.

The music of Clear Card is composed by Takayuki Negishi, who also worked on the original series. The soundtrack features a mix of upbeat and emotional tracks, each enhancing the mood of the scenes they accompany. The opening theme song is "Clear" by Maaya Sakamoto, while the ending theme is "Jewelry" by Saori Hayami.

The characters in Clear Card are well-developed and have distinct personalities. Sakura is still the optimistic and kind-hearted protagonist, but she also shows growth in her magical abilities and her maturity. Syaoran struggles with his emotions and his own insecurities, leading to conflict between him and Sakura. Tomoyo is a supportive friend and continues to design and create costumes for Sakura's magical girl persona. The new character Akiho Shinomoto adds a mystery and intrigue to the storyline, as she seems to have an unusual connection to the Clear Cards.

Overall, Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card is a fantastic continuation of the Cardcaptor Sakura franchise. The show offers nostalgia for fans of the original series, while also providing a new and exciting storyline. The themes of growth and friendship are heartwarming, and the magical sequences and animation are visually stunning. Clear Card is a must-watch for anyone with an interest in magical girl anime or those who enjoy stories about the power of friendship.

Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (23 episodes). The series first aired on January 7, 2018.

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Seasons
Sakura's Clear Cards
22. Sakura's Clear Cards
June 9, 2018
Sakura has seen the mysterious robed person in her dreams many times. It turns out Akiho has been having the same dreams herself, and she's grown worried over their unsettling contents.
Sakura, the Mirror, and the Key of Memories
21. Sakura, the Mirror, and the Key of Memories
June 2, 2018
Cerberus and Yue meet with Eriol via magic to discuss Sakura's new cards. Eriol has found out that Kaito took something from the magic association he once belonged to, but at that moment, Kaito's magic severs the trio's communication link.
Sakura, Rainbows, and Grandpa
20. Sakura, Rainbows, and Grandpa
May 26, 2018
Sakura is spending her Sunday morning making rolled omelets for the homemade lunches she's taking for her outing with Syaoran.
Sakura and Akiho's Lullaby
19. Sakura and Akiho's Lullaby
May 19, 2018
Sakura is finally about to go and read to children with Yukito, and she invites Akiho, Syaoran, and Tomoyo to come along. Sakura's enthusiasm convinces Akiho to join her for the reading, while Syaoran agrees to contribute a piano accompaniment.
Sakura and the Fire and Water Birds
18. Sakura and the Fire and Water Birds
May 12, 2018
When Sakura senses a card late at night, she heads to Tsukimine Shrine with Kero-chan, Tomoyo, and Syaoran.
Sakura and the Crazy Sweets
17. Sakura and the Crazy Sweets
May 5, 2018
Today is the cooking lesson in home ec class that everyone's been looking forward to. Sakura's morning is thrown into a panic when she forgets her apron, but she and her friends are excited to make roll cakes in class.
Sakura and Meiling's Friend
16. Sakura and Meiling's Friend
April 28, 2018
Sakura manages to capture the card that showed up at Tomoyo's house, but her relief is short-lived. As they're returning home, Sakura and Meiling are suddenly attacked by a mysterious girl in the road!
Sakura's Nostalgic Viewing Party
15. Sakura's Nostalgic Viewing Party
April 21, 2018
Sakura has been invitied to Tomoyo's house, along with Meiling and Akiho. Tomoyo says there's something she wants to show them and leads everyone to her home theater, where she plays the video of a play they were all part of in elementary school.
Sakura, the Shrine, and the Zoo
14. Sakura, the Shrine, and the Zoo
April 14, 2018
Sakura is visiting the Tsukimine Shrine market with Meiling, Akiho, and the rest of their friends. She enjoys a day of browsing the many shops and stalls on the grounds along with Akiho, who's never seen a Japanese shrine before.
Sakura and Welcome Back, Meiling
13. Sakura and Welcome Back, Meiling
April 7, 2018
Sakura is overjoyed to see Syaoran's cousin, Meiling, make an unannounced visit from Hong Kong. Meiling asks to stay at Sakura's house, so they head straight there. Meanwhile, the power Toya lost by giving it to Yukito is gradually starting to return.
Sakura and the Icy Ball-Sports Tournament
12. Sakura and the Icy Ball-Sports Tournament
March 24, 2018
It's the day of the ball-sports tournament everyone's been looking forward to. The athletic Sakura makes a strong showing in the basketball event!
Sakura and the Upside-Down Penguin
11. Sakura and the Upside-Down Penguin
March 16, 2018
Syaoran meets Kaito through a chance encounter on the way home from school. He informs Eriol, whom he's beem secretly keeping in touch with, and they both begin to suspect Kaito is a very powerful...
Sakura and the Sleep Labyrinth
10. Sakura and the Sleep Labyrinth
March 10, 2018
Akiho pays a visit to Sakura's house one evening while her father and brother are both away. They look at Sakura's elementary school pictures and have dinner together, but then Akiho suddenly falls asleep.
Sakura's Thrilling Aquarium Visit
9. Sakura's Thrilling Aquarium Visit
March 3, 2018
Sakura invites Syaoran out for the day with tickets given to her by her father. She's worked hard on the rolled omelets for their lunch, and now they make their way to the aquarium Sakura visited when she captured the Clow Card, Watery.
Sakura, the Clock, and a Hide-and-Seek Game
8. Sakura, the Clock, and a Hide-and-Seek Game
February 24, 2018
Sakura finds out that Akiho has moved into the mansion formerly inhabited by Clow Reed's reincarnation, Eriol. She pays a visit with Tomoyo and meets Kaito, the butler who's been taking care of Akiho since her childhood.
Sakura and a Game of Tag in the Garden
7. Sakura and a Game of Tag in the Garden
February 17, 2018
Sakura and Kero-chan visit Tomoyo's house to test the abilities of the Record card. Tomoyo's mother appears and gives Sakura an enthusiastic welcome, then the girls head outside to test the card.
Sakura, the Rabbit, and the Song of the Moon
6. Sakura, the Rabbit, and the Song of the Moon
February 10, 2018
Sakura continues to face the hooded figure in her dreams. At school, everyone says they want to hear Akiho sing again after being charmed by her voice at their flower-viewing party, so they meet in the music room after classes are over.
Sakura Feels a Pull at the Flower Viewing
5. Sakura Feels a Pull at the Flower Viewing
February 3, 2018
Sakura is having a flower-viewing party with her friends Tomoyo, Syaoran, Chiharu, Naoko, and Yamazaki, as well as the new transfer student Akiho.
Sakura and the Lovely Transfer Student
4. Sakura and the Lovely Transfer Student
January 27, 2018
A new transfer student named Akiho Shinomoto joins Sakura's class. She's just arrived in Japan after living overseas, so her Japanese is still very stiff and formal. Sakura invites her to eat lunch with her group, excited to make a new friend.
Sakura's Heavy Rain Alert
3. Sakura's Heavy Rain Alert
January 20, 2018
It's been raining buckets all day. Sakura and Tomoyo take shelter in a park on the way home from school, and suddenly the Key of Dreams at Sakura's chest begins to shine... Is it the work of a card?
Sakura and the Room with no Exit
2. Sakura and the Room with no Exit
January 14, 2018
It's the new term, and the hot topic at school is clubs! Sakura and Tomoyo decide to join the same clubs they did in elementary school, cheerleading and chorus.
Sakura and the Clear Cards
1. Sakura and the Clear Cards
January 7, 2018
It's April, the cherry trees are in full bloom, and Sakura has entered Tomoeda Middle School. She's reunited with Syaoran, who has returned from Hong Kong, and her new student life has begun.
Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Prologue - Sakura and the Two Bears
101. Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Prologue - Sakura and the Two Bears
February 22, 2018
Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Prologue - Sakura and the Two Bears
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Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card is available for streaming on the NHK website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    January 7, 2018