Mahou Kishi Rayearth

Japanese name: Mahou Kishi Rayearth [second series]
Japanese name: 魔法騎士レイアース
English name: Magic Knight Rayearth
Dates: April 10, 1995-November 27, 1995
Broadcast time: Monday, 19:30-20:00 (7:30-8:00 pm)
Number of episodes: 29
Animation Studio: Tokyo Movie Shinsha (TMS)
Production Company:
Broadcaster: Yomiuri Television (YTV)
Creator(s): CLAMP (Apapa Mokona, Nanase Okawa, Mikku Nekoi, Satsuki Igarashi) (manga)
Series Director: Toshihiro Hirano
Episode Director(s):
Producer(s):
Planning: Nanase Okawa (series organization)
Storyboard(s):
Layout:
Writer(s):
Art Director: Tsutomu Ishigaki
Character Designer(s): Atsuko Ishida, Masahiro Yamane (monsters)
Animator(s): Keiji Gotoh (director), Madoka Hirayama (director), Tokiko Watanabe (director), Takehiro Nakayama (director), Masahiro Yamane (director), Junko Abe (director), Atsuko Ishida (director), Megumi Kadonosono (director), Shinobu Nishioka (director), Fumitomo Kizaki (director), Satoshi Ishino (director), Akio Kawamura (director), Kumi Sakai (director)
Backgrounds:
Music:
Sound:
Voice Actors
(regular characters):
Hekiru Shiina (Hikaru Shidou), Juhrota Kosugi (Lantis), Konami Yoshida (Umi Ryuuzaki), Minami Takayama (Ascot), Hiroko Kasahara (Fuu Hououji), Takumi Yamazaki (Ferio), Yuri Shiratori (Mokona), Nozomu Sasaki (Clef), Hideyuki Tanaka (Rayearth), Akio Ohtsuka (Windham), Tessho Genda (Ceres), Yuri Amano (Alcione), Minami Takayama (Ascot), Yuko Nagashima (Caldina), Yukimasa Kishino (Lafarga), Megumi Ogata (Eagle), Junichi Kanemaru (Zazu), Kiyoyuki Yanada (Jeo), Chinami Nishimura (Asuka), Aya Hisakawa (Taata), Kikuko Inoue (Tatora), Miki Itou (Nova), Junko Takahata (Debonair)
Genre(s): adventure, comedy, romance, fantasy, magic, giant robots, dimensional travel
Home Video
information:
Japan: DVD (POBV 2005-2010)
United States: DVD (Media Blasters, 6 discs)
Note(s): This series is the sequel to Mahou Kishi Rayearth (1994).

To see what other animated programs were out at the same time as Mahou Kishi Rayearth go to the Chronology of Animation.

Note on finding copies of programs:
Unfortunately I lack the time or resources to help people find copies of anime television programs. I have put together a web List of Online Video and Book Stores that will be useful to find copies in the United States, some other countries, and one Japanese store. There are other similar stores on the Internet around the world that might be able to supply the DVDs, LDs, VCDs, or video tapes that are desired. Check my Japanese Animation Information page for links to Internet resources that may have further information. I am not involved in trading materials from my own collection. I am still waiting to see most of the programs in this List of Anime Television Series and would be happy to find sources for many of them.

Because of these circumstances I will not respond to requests for help to find these types of materials.


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