Legend of the Angel of Love, Wedding Peach (1995– )

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Animation, Comedy, Fantasy


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Young teenager Momoko Hanasaki is given the power to turn into Wedding Peach, a battle angel charged with protecting love, as well as the Four Sacred Somethings; Four items that hold all ... See full summary »

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  • Brian Jepson and Carla Witt in Legend of the Angel of Love, Wedding Peach (1995)
  • Brian Jepson and Carla Witt in Legend of the Angel of Love, Wedding Peach (1995)
  • Larissa Wolcott and Gray G. Haddock in Legend of the Angel of Love, Wedding Peach (1995)
  • Larissa Wolcott and Gray G. Haddock in Legend of the Angel of Love, Wedding Peach (1995)
  • Brian Jepson and Carla Witt in Legend of the Angel of Love, Wedding Peach (1995)
  • Larissa Wolcott and Gray G. Haddock in Legend of the Angel of Love, Wedding Peach (1995)

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21 August 2008 | Tenchi64589
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| What's not to love about this series?
I'll admit. I didn't see much in this series when first heard about it; of course, after they showed the first episode on the Anime Network, I saw the synopsis and was drawn in.

Many would argue (including me) that this has an eerie resemblance to another great bishojo anime, Sailor Moon; That being said, it doesn't mean that it's a bad series.

Momoko and her friends aren't too far from the aforementioned anime in that they both have a male counterpart to assist them against their foes, they both have a universe that traces back to different worlds, (The Angel world reminds me of the Moon Kingdom.) and as far as I'm concerned, through this series, I think every one of us could learn a thing or two about the power of love and enduring friendship.

Despite the obvious mirroring of these series, Wedding Peach is definitely a must-watch anime.

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