Magic Knight Rayearth 2 (TV 2)

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[ sequel of Magic Knight Rayearth (TV), adapted from Magic Knight Rayearth II (manga) ]

Alternative title:
Rayearth 2
魔法騎士[マジックナイト]レイアース (Japanese)
마법기사 레이어스 (Korean)
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: Soon after Hikaru, Umi, and Fuu return to Tokyo, the three of them meet at Tokyo Tower to talk. Hikaru says that she wishes they could return to Cephiro and do something good for the land that Princess Emeraude protected so dearly. Umi and Fuu agree. Suddenly, a light appears in the sky and they are transported to Cephiro. Clef explains to them that with no Pillar to keep Cephiro peaceful, it has fallen into chaos. Monsters are multiplying and the land is becoming desolate. All the remaining inhabitants of Cephiro have moved into a magical castle. Clef also tells the girls some alarming news; three other countries, Chizeta, Fahren, and Autozam are trying to invade Cephiro and take over the Pillar system for their own purposes. The girls must stop the invaders as well as the mysterious and evil Lady Debonair, who believes she is the rightful Pillar, all the while desperately hoping and searching for a new Pillar to make Cephiro into the beautiful land it once was.
User Ratings: 627 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 44 votes (sub:22, dub:18, others:4
4 Spanish dubbed
)
 Excellent: 92 votes (sub:57, dub:28, raw:1, ?:1, others:5
3 Spanish dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
)
 Very good: 170 votes (sub:110, dub:38, ?:4, raw:2, edit.dub:1, others:15
9 Spanish dubbed
3 Spanish subtitled
2 Tagalog dubbed
1 Italian dubbed
)
 Good: 174 votes (sub:112, dub:46, raw:2, ?:1, others:13
5 Spanish dubbed
2 French subtitled
2 Polish dubbed
1 Polish subtitled
1 Portuguese dubbed
1 Tagalog dubbed
1 Spanish subtitled
)
 Decent: 83 votes (sub:44, dub:27, edit.dub:2, raw:1, others:9
2 Spanish subtitled
2 Spanish dubbed
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Tagalog dubbed
1 French subtitled
1 Polish subtitled
1 Italian edited dub
)
 So-so: 32 votes (sub:19, dub:7, ?:1, raw:1, others:4
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Polish edited dub
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Italian dubbed
)
 Not really good: 13 votes (sub:8, dub:3, edit.dub:1, others:1
1 Spanish dubbed
)
 Weak: 10 votes (sub:6, dub:3, others:1
1 Portuguese dubbed
)
 Bad: 7 votes (sub:7)
 Awful: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Worst ever: 1 vote (sub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 1436 users, rank: #754 (of 6011)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 7.338 (Good+), std. dev.: 1.6026, rank: #1526 (of 6004)
Weighted mean: 7.275 (Good+), rank: #1531 (of 6004) (seen all: 7.38 / seen some: 6.75 / won't finish: 4.64)
Bayesian estimate: 7.280 (Good+), rank: #1334 (of 4572)
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 29
Episode titles: We have 29
Vintage: 1995-04-10 to 1995-11-27
Opening Theme:
#1: "キライになれない (Kirai ni Narenai)" by Ayumi Nakamura (eps 21-42)
#2: "光と影を抱きしめたまま (Hikari to Kage wo Dakishimeta Mama)" by Naomi Tamura (eps 43-49)
Ending Theme:
#1: "ら・ら・ば・い~優しく抱かせて~ (Lullaby ~Yasashiku Dakasete~)" by Minako Honda (eps 21-42)
#2: "いつか輝く (Itsuka Kagayaku)" by Keiko Yoshinari (eps 43-49)
Links: We have 2
Trivia: We have 11
Comment:
Although known as Magic Knight Rayearth 2 in North America, it was aired almost continuously (with a gap of only four weeks) on Japanese TV as the second season of Magic Knight Rayearth, not as a separate series. Thus, the numbering of episodes starts from #21.
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DVD (Region 1)
    Magic Knight Rayearth - Season Two 15th Anniversary [Remastered] (DVD 1-6) 2010-09-07 (from $25.88)
    Magic Knight Rayearth 2 - Wake (DVD 1) 2003-03-25 (from $2.99)
    Magic Knight Rayearth 2 - Rise (DVD 2) 2003-03-25 (from $17.26)
    Magic Knight Rayearth 2 - Learn (DVD 3) 2003-03-25 (from $2.99)
    Magic Knight Rayearth 2 - Grow (DVD 4) 2003-03-25 (from $2.99)
    Magic Knight Rayearth 2 - Sleep (DVD 5) 2003-03-25 (from $2.99)
    Magic Knight Rayearth 2 - Dream (DVD 6) 2003-03-25 (from $2.99)
    Magic Knight Rayearth 2 - Live (DVD 7) 2003-03-25 (from $17.26)
    Magic Knight Rayearth 2 - Memorial Box (DVD 1-7) 2001-04-24
    Magic Knight Rayearth 2 - Economy Box (DVD 1-7) 2005-08-16
    The World of Magic Knight Rayearth (DVD 1-12) 2006-12-05

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director: Toshihiro Hirano
Series Composition: Nanase Ohkawa
Scenario: Nanase Ohkawa
Storyboard:
Apapa Mokona (OP #2 & ED #2)
Hajime Kamegaki (ep 38)
Hitoyuki Matsui (9 episodes
eps 21, 26, 31, 33, 37, 41, 45, 47, 49
)

Mari Koeda (5 episodes
eps 22, 28, 35, 42, 48
)

Masato Sato (eps 25, 40, 46)
Michitaka Kikuchi (ep 30)
Osamu Nabeshima (eps 36, 47)
Shinji Takagi (ep 23)
Takehiro Nakayama (6 episodes
eps 24, 29, 34, 39, 43-44
)

Toshiya Shinohara (ep 32)
Yukio Okazaki (eps 27, 47)
Episode Director:
Hajime Kamegaki (ep 38)
Hitoyuki Matsui (8 episodes
eps 21, 26, 31, 33, 37, 41, 45, 49
)

Keitaro Motonaga (8 episodes
eps 22, 28, 30, 35, 40, 42, 46, 48
)

Shinji Takagi (ep 23)
Yasuchika Nagaoka (eps 25, 36, 43)
Yorimichi Nakano (4 episodes
eps 24, 29, 34, 44
)

Yukio Okazaki (4 episodes
eps 27, 32, 39, 47
)

Music: Hayato Matsuo
Original creator: CLAMP
Character Design: Atsuko Ishida
Art Director: Tsutomu Ishigaki
Animation Director:
Akio Kawamura (ep 41)
Atsuko Ishida (eps 30, 49)
Fuminori Kizaki (ep 39)
Junko Abe (eps 29, 34)
Keiji Gotoh (4 episodes
eps 21, 26, 31, 36
)

Kumi Sakai (ep 44)
Madoka Hirayama (7 episodes
eps 22, 27, 32, 37, 42, 44, 48
)

Masahiro Yamane (eps 25, 35, 44)
Megumi Kadonosono (eps 36, 45)
Satoshi Ishino (eps 39, 42, 47)
Shinobu Nishioka (4 episodes
eps 37, 40, 44, 46
)

Takehiro Nakayama (4 episodes
eps 24, 28, 33, 43
)

Tokiko Watanabe (ep 23)
Sound Director: Yasuo Uragami
Director of Photography: Takashi Nomura
Animation:
Atsuko Ishida (OP & ED)
Fuminori Kizaki (OP #2)
Keiji Gotoh (OP #2)
Masahiro Yamane (OP & ED)
Osamu Nabeshima (OP #2)
Takehiro Nakayama (OP #2)
Takuya Suzuki (OP #2)
Tatsuya Suzuki (OP #2)
Animation producer:
Keitaro Motonaga (OP #2 & ED #2)
Toshihiro Hirano (ED #1)
Design: Yasuhiro Moriki
Editing:
Akihiro Kawasaki (Okayasu Promotions)
Hajime Okayasu
Hideaki Murai (Okayasu Promotions)
Keiki Miyake (Okayasu Promotions)
Toshihiko Kojima (Okayasu Promotions)
Yumiko Nakaba (Okayasu Promotions)
Key Animation:
Asako Nishida (eps 27, 30, 39)
Atsuko Ishida (ep 35)
Fuminori Kizaki (7 episodes
eps 28, 32, 35, 41, 44-45, 48
)

Hideki Kakita (ep 49)
Hirotoshi Takaya (ep 49)
Keiji Gotoh (7 episodes
eps 26, 31, 36, 41, 45, 48-49
)

Keisuke Watabe (eps 35, 45, 47)
Ken Ootsuka (ep 30)
Kenichirou Katsura (ep 49)
Masahiro Yamane (eps 30, 38, 42)
Masami Obari (ep 30)
Satoshi Ishino (8 episodes
eps 25, 28, 30-31, 35, 41, 44, 49
)

Seiji Handa (ep 30)
Soichiro Matsuda (6 episodes
eps 25, 30, 35, 39, 44, 48
)

Takashi Hashimoto (ep 49)
Takuya Suzuki (8 episodes
eps 24, 30, 32, 35-36, 39, 41, 49
)

Tatsuya Suzuki (8 episodes
eps 24, 30, 32, 35-36, 39, 41, 49
)

Tokuyuki Matsutake (OP 2; eps 10, 29)
Layout: Hiroyuki Onoda
Monster Design: Masahiro Yamane
Music producer: Yuuki Horio
Music Supervision: Koichi Sugiyama
Planning: Naohiko Noda
Production Assistant: Atsushi Yano
Sound Effects: Junichi Sasaki
Theme Song Performance:
Ayumi Nakamura (OP #1)
Hiroko Kasahara (Soyokaze no Sonatine/Zutto)
Keiko Yoshinari (ED #2)
Konami Yoshida (Setsunakute)
Megumi Ogata (Tsumi)
Minako Honda (ED #1)
Naomi Tamura (OP #2)
Hekiru Shiina as Hikaru Shidou
Hiroko Kasahara as Fuu Hououji
Konami Yoshida as Umi Ryuuzaki

Akio Ohtsuka as Windham
Atsuko Takahata as Debonair
Aya Hisakawa as Tarta
Emi Shinohara as Presea
Hideyuki Tanaka as Rayearth
Jun'ichi Kanemaru as Zazu Torque
Juurouta Kosugi as Lantis
Kikuko Inoue as Tatra
Kiyoyuki Yanada as Geo Metro
Kôhei Miyauchi as Chang Ang(eps 26-30)
Megumi Ogata as Eagle Vision
Miki Itou as Nova
Minami Takayama as Ascot
Nozomu Sasaki as Clef
Satomi Koorogi as Sang Yung
Takkou Ishimori as Chang Ang(ep 31)
Takumi Yamazaki as Ferio
Tesshô Genda as Selece
Yukimasa Kishino as Lafarga
Yuko Nagashima as Caldina
Yuri Amano as Alcyone
Yuri Shiratori as
Mokona
Primera

Fushigi Yamada as child A(eps 40-41)
Hiroshi Naka as combatant(ep 42)
Isshin Chiba as Masaru Shidou(ep 21)
Junichi Sugawara as crewmember 2(ep 42)
Juurouta Kosugi as Zagato
Kaneto Shiozawa as Umi's father(ep 21)
Keiji Fujiwara as crewmember 3(ep 42)
Kumiko Nishihara as child B(eps 40-41)
Mari Maruta as child C(eps 40-41)
Masami Kikuchi as Kakeru Shidou(ep 21)
Megumi Ogata as Princess Emeraude
Miki Itou as Umi's mother(ep 21)
Nobuo Tobita as Satoru Shidou(ep 21)
Satomi Koorogi as child D(ep 40)
Yuka Imai as Mira(9 episodes
eps 24, 33-34, 40-41, 46-49
)
Yūko Kobayashi as Kuu Hououji(ep 21)
Yuuichi Nagashima as crewmember 1(ep 42)
Japanese companies
English cast
English staff
ADR Director: Eric P. Sherman
Translation: Rika Takahashi
ADR Script: Clark Cheng (28-49)
Executive producer:
Doug Lu
John Sirabella

ADR Editor: Patrick Rodman
Co-Producer: Kaeko Sakamoto
Editing: Scott Marchfeld
Music Engineer: Lisle Leete
Music producer: Chris Many
Music Sound Effects: Rob Hargreaves
Music Supervision: Kaeko Sakamoto
Production manager: Sam Liebowitz
Production Supervision:
Clark Cheng
Sean Molyneaux
Re-Recording Engineer: Thomas J. Maydeck
Recording engineer: Patrick Rodman
Studio Administration:
Kendra Doherty
Tracy Clark
Theme Song Performance: Sandy Fox (OP & ED)
Ellen Wilkinson as Fuu Hououji
Julie Maddalena as Hikaru Shidou
Wendee Lee as Umi Ryuuzaki

Barbara Goodson as
Alcyone
Sang Yung
David Orozco as Geo Metro
Ian Hawk as Zazu Torque
Jane Alan as Presea
Jerry Gelb as Eagle Vision
John Smallberries as Lafarga
Kaeko Sakamoto as Mokona
Lex Lang as
Lantis
Rayearth
Windam
Melissa Charles as
Tarta
Tatra
Mona Marshall as Ascot
Reba West as Primera
Richard Barnes as Chang Ang
Sandy Fox as Aska
Selece Zan as Caldina
Sonja S. Fox as Lady Debonair
Steve Cannon as Master Mage Clef
Terrence Stone as Selece
Terry Roberts as Ferio

David Umansky as Masaru Shidou(ep 21)
Dorothy Melendrez as Kuu Hououji
Ethan Murray as
Kakeru Shidou
Umi's Father
Lex Lang as
Satoru Shidou
Zagato
Mona Marshall as
Mira(9 episodes
eps 24, 33-34, 40-41, 46-49
)

Umi's Mother
Wendee Lee as Princess Emeraude
English companies
ADR Production: Bang Zoom! Entertainment
Distributor: New Video Group
Editing: RG Video
Licensed by: Media Blasters
Music Recording: Silverstorm Studios
Recording Studio: Monterey Post Studio
French staff
French cast
Claire Tefnin as Fuû Hooji
Julie Basecqz as Umi Ryuzaki
Nathalie Hugo as Hikaru Shido

Alexandre Crépet as Zazu Torque
Beatrice Wegnez as Sierra (Presea's twin sister)
Benoit Dupac as Eagle Vision
Célia Torrens as Alcyone
Christophe Hespel as Lantis
Gregory Praet as Mage Clef
Jean-Marc Delhausse as Geo Metro
Jean-Paul Clerbois as Sang Yung
Lionel Bourguet as Ceres
Marcha Van Boven as Caldina
Micheline Tziamalis as Debonair
Monika Lawinska as Nova
Nathalie Hugo as Mokona
Olivier Cuvelier as
Ferio
Rafaga
Philippe Resimont as Ancêtre Chang Ang
Sophie Servais as
Tarta
Tatra
Stéphane Flamand as Primera
Véronique Fyon as Aska

Delphine Moriau as Mira
Hélène Couvert as Princesse Emeraude
Lionel Bourguet as Zagato
French companies
Distributor: IDP Home Video Music
Dubbing: Mirroring
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Roberto Colucci
Erika Araujo as Lucy(algunos episodios)
Gladys Parra as Marina
Marcela Bordes as Anais

Ana Grinta as Alanis (Alcyone)
Carlos Carrillo as Latis
Erika Araujo as Tata
Gladys Parra as
Aguila
Primavera
María Becerril as Debonair
Rebeca Rambal as Luz (Nova)
Victor Mares Jr. as Guru Clef

Guillermo Romano as Padre de Marina(un episodio)
Juan Cuadra as Windom
Ruben Trujillo as
Geo Metron
Saturno(un episodio)
Victor Mares Jr. as Zas Torque
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
ETC...TV (Chile)
Magic Kids (Argentina)
Megavision (Chile)
TV Azteca (Mexico)
Distributor: Dicitel Television (Latin America)
Dubbing: VDI - Point.360 (Latin America)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director:
Gabriele Calindri (TV edition)
Stefania Patruno (VHS edition)
Translation: Achille Brambilla

Dialogues:
Cristina Robustelli (TV edition)
Elisa Bellia (VHS edition)
Nicola Bartolini Carrassi (TV edition)
Synchronization: Giancarlo Martino
Theme Song Composition: Silvio Amato (TV edition)
Theme Song Lyrics: Alessandra Valeri Manera (TV edition)
Theme Song Performance:
Cristina D'Avena (TV edition)
Stefano Bersola (VHS edition)
Alessandra Karpoff as Luce (Hikaru Shido)(VHS ed.)
Cinzia Massironi as Marina (Umi Ryuzaki)(VHS ed.)
Emanuela Pacotto as Anemone (Fuu Hooji)(VHS ed.)

Davide Garbolino as Clef(VHS ed.)
Diego Sabre as Innova(VHS ed.)
Enrico Bertorelli as Ceres(VHS ed.)
Irene Scalzo as Ascot(VHS ed.)
Loredana Nicosia as Principessa Emeraude(VHS ed.)
Mariagrazia Errigo as Caldina(VHS ed.)
Patrizia Salmoiraghi as Alcyone(VHS ed.)
Patrizio Prata as Ferio(VHS ed.)
Riccardo Lombardo as Rayearth(VHS ed.)
Riccardo Rovatti as Windom(VHS ed.)

Aldo Stella as Imago (Innova)
Caterina Rochira as
Debonair
Madre Di Marina
Claudio Moneta as Geo Metro(VHS ed.)
Dania Cericola as Tatra
Daniela Fava as Anemone (Fuu Hooji)
Davide Garbolino as Guru Clef (Clef)
Debora Magnaghi as
Ascot da bambino
Xera
Elisabetta Spinelli as Luce (Hikaru Shido)
Federica Valenti as
Emeraude
Primera(VHS ed.)
Flavio Arras as Lantis
Gabriele Calindri as Aquila Bianca (Eagle Vision)
Gledis Pace as Primera
Lara Parmiani as Imperatrice Asuka(VHS ed.)
Lisa Mazzotti as San-Yun(VHS ed.)
Loredana Nicosia as Nova(VHS ed.) 
Lorella De Luca as
Alcyone
Tarta(VHS ed.)
Luca Bottale as Rafaga(VHS ed.)
Maddalena Vadacca as Presea
Marcella Silvestri as Piripicchio
Marcello Cortese as Aquila (Eagle Vision)(VHS ed.)
Marco Balzarotti as
Daniel
Zagato(VHS ed.)
Marina Thovez as Debonair(VHS ed.)
Maurizio Scattorin as Rayearth
Monica Bonetto as
Caldina
Zazu Torque(VHS ed.)
Nicola Bartolini Carrassi as Ascot da adulto
Oliviero Corbetta as Zagato
Paolo Torrisi as Jack
Patrizia Scianca as
Kuu, Sorella di Anemone(VHS ed.)
Madre Di Marina(VHS ed.)
Marina (Umi Ryuzaki)
Tatra(VHS ed.)
Riccardo Lombardo as Windam (Windom)
Roberta Gallina Laurenti as Presea / Sierra(VHS ed.)
Sergio Romano' as Mokona
Simone D'Andrea as
Ferio
Johnny
Stefania Patruno as Voce Narrante(VHS ed.)
Tony Fuochi as Feres
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Hiro (from 2009)
Italia 1 (from July 1997)
Italia Teen Television (from November 2003)
Dubbing:
DEA Digital Editing Audio (VHS edition)
DENEB FILM - Milano (TV edition)
Publisher: Yamato Video
Tagalog staff
Tagalog cast
(none)
Aya Bejer as Luce(Hikaru - ABS-CBN dub)
Cynthia Villanueva as Anemone(Fuu - ABS-CBN dub)
Daisy May Carino as Marina(Umi - ABS-CBN dub)

Arnold Abad as Ferio
Charmaine Cordoviz as Eagle Vision(GMA dub)
Erie Resurreccion as Eagle Vision(ABS-CBN dub)
Filipina Pamintuan as Ascot(ABS-CBN dub)
Michael Punzalan as Guru Clif(Guru Clef - ABS-CBN dub)
Montreal Repuyan as Lantis(ABS-CBN dub)
Rowena Benavidez as Tatra(ABS-CBN dub)
Wendy De Leon as
Aska(ABS-CBN dub)
Nova(ABS-CBN dub)
Tagalog companies
Broadcaster:
ABS-CBN
GMA Network
Dubbing: ABS-CBN
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
Dubbing Director: Gilberto Baroli

Theme Song Performance: Larissa Tassi
Cecília Lemes as Lucy
Fátima Noya as Anne
Noeli Santisteban as Marine

Jonas Mello as Rayearth

Alessandra Araújo as Alcion
Carlos Campanile as Rafaga
Cassius Romero as Windom
Cláudia Carli as Mokona
Elcio Sodré as Águila (Eagle)
Fábio Moura as Lantis
Gilberto Baroli as Ceres
Hermes Baroli as Geo
Isabel Cristina de Sá as Princesa Tatra (Princess Tatra)
Jacqueline Rosa as Caldina
Jonas Mello as Narrator
Maralise Tartarine as Sierra
Maralisi as Priscila
Marcelo Campos as Guru Clef
Marli Bortoleto as
Debonair
Princess Aska
Vagner Fagundes as Ascot (Adult)
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster: SBT (Brazil)
Dubbing Studio: Gota Mágica (Brazil)
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