Welcome to Humor Nation. Cardcaptor Sakura is undoubtedly one of the most popular magical girls in the anime world. When it comes to the pantheon of the lovely brave female anime warriors, she is right up there with the Pretty Cure and the Sailor Moon, It could be argued which girl is the best. The story takes place in the city of Tomoeda and centers around the 10 years old Sakura Kinomoto who accidentally releases the magical cards known as the Clow Cards from a book kept in her basement. Each magical card has a unique ability and can also take a form when it is activated. So when she releases the cards, Cerberus who is the guardian of the Clow cards also emerges and he chooses Sakura to be one who’ll get back the missing cards.
The adventure then starts, Sakura battles the magical forms of the cards, defeats them, and seals them back in the card form. Cerberus helps her in retrieving the cards.
So Let’s Take A Look At 10 Differences Between Cardcaptor Sakura Anime And Manga
1. The mysterious split of Clow Reed.
2. The story also takes place in different places.
3. The anime has more number of cards than the Cardcaptor Sakura Manga.
4. The difference in the living situation of Syaoran in Japan.
Sakura’s friend Tomoyo supplies her with fancy battle costumes and video shoots her adventures. The anime is based on the manga series of the same name which was created and illustrated by Clamp. The manga original run was from May 1996 to June 2000. The anime’s original run was from April 7, 1998, to March 21, 2000. The series also spawned two animated films and a sequel titled Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card which focuses on Sakura’s adventures in Junior High School.