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Wiki founding: April 16, 2016
Page count: 33
Last checked: August 5, 2020


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Media:
Anime, Manga

Fancy Lala, known in Japan as Fancy Lala, the Magic Stage (魔法のステージ・ファンシーララ, Mahō no Sutēji Fanshī Rara), or Fancy Lala for short, is a Japanese magical girl anime series produced by Studio Pierrot in 1998, following an OVA released in 1988. A two-volume manga adaptation by Rurika Kasuga ran in Ribon.

The original designs were created by Akemi Takada, who worked on many of the 80s' Studio Pierrot series. The anime series has been licensed for English release by Bandai Entertainment.

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Miho Shinohara is a care-free third-grader and an aspiring manga artist. One day, she encounters Mogu and Pigu - two lost fairies disguised as stuffed animals. In exchange for staying at her home until they find a way to return to their own world, the fairies give Miho a special sketch pad and pencil that enable her to magically create real objects from what she draws. With the pen, Miho can also transform into Lala, a beautiful teenage girl created from her manga art. As Lala, she is discovered by a talent agency, and so begins her adventures from an ordinary school girl to a model to an idol singer.

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