One day while on her first date 11-year old Ichigo, became a super hero. After a mysterious earth quake, she was giving Animal Geens, and became part of the Mew Squad. Together they fight evil aliens, and protect the world.
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Earth is a beautiful planet...rich in natural resources and home to millions of living species. However, over the years 2,500 of these species have become extinct. Humans are taking for granted what Earth has to offer. They have become selfish, destroying nature to build polluted cities. Other planets are not so lucky. Their inhabitants envy the selfish humans and want Earth for themselves. These aliens, led by Deep Blue, use creatures called Predacytes and use their power to merge them with the DNA of animals to make monsters. Enter Elliot Grant and Wesley J. Coolidge, who are aware of Deep Blue's plot and plan to destroy the monsters with a project called The Mew Project. Five young girls (Zoey Hanson, Corina Bucksworth, Bridget Verdant, Kikki Benjamin, and Renee Roberts) are secretly fused with the DNA of a specific endangered animal giving them super powers. These girls will rise up to the threat of Deep Blue and his minions and stand up for every living animal on Earth. Written by Rtkat3

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It's Mew Mew to the Rescue!


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Mew Mew Power  »

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The title was changed several times. Originally going as "Hollywood Mew Mew" then "Mew Mew" finally changed to Mew Mew Power (U.S. working title) See more »

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Cyniclons Sardon: Unlike you, we actually form strategies.
Wesley J. Collridge III, Cyniclons Dren: Well, woop dee do!
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Referenced in Demo Reel: Lost in Translation (Bromance Version) (2012) See more »

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Team Up
(Mew Mew Theme Song) (English Version)
Performed by Bree Sharp
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Mew Mews rule!
31 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Because of me not knowing of FoxBox until Fall 2005, I never knew about this show until a video of a live show of Mew Mew Power from Japan was related to a Tamagotchi video. After I watched it, I then watched a few episodes of the dub and fell in love with it. I also brought the books of Tokyo Mew Mew, which I'm more familiar with. The show centers around 5 girls who are fused with animal genes during an accident and have to save the world from monsters. It is more action-packed than your average Sailor Moon episode, and appeals to kids both young and old, as well as boys and girls. Sadly, the second half of the episodes never got dubbed, even though the show was FoxBox's highest-rated show for a while. I would have liked 4Kids to do what they did with DoReMi by dubbing the rest of the show and putting it on their website.


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