Miracle Girls - Netflix

Mikage and Tomomi Matsunaga are Miracle Girls: they have a telepathic link with each other and can teleport when they link their little fingers. Tomomi is a sports star and has a boyfriend called Noda. Mikage is the smartest student in the school and is in love with her sempai. He moved to London to study but they still kept in touch, that is until a selfish princess called Marie decides that he should come with her back to Diammas. Back in Japan the twins are having various problems of their own. But they soon realise that there is a link between Marie, an ancient legend, and a girl they know called Emma.

Miracle Girls - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1993-01-08

Miracle Girls - Kappei Yamaguchi - Netflix

Mitsuo Yamaguchi (山口 光雄, Yamaguchi Mitsuo, born May 23, 1965), better known by his stage name of Kappei Yamaguchi (山口 勝平, Yamaguchi Kappei), is a Japanese actor and voice actor from Fukuoka, affiliated with Gokū and 21st Century Fox. He is best known for voicing lead characters in long-running popular anime shows. He voiced the male Ranma Saotome in Ranma ½, Inuyasha in Inuyasha, L in Death Note, Usopp in One Piece and Shinichi Kudo in Detective Conan. Other roles he has done include Jackson Neil in Miracle Girls, Tombo in Kiki's Delivery Service, Yattarō in Kyatto Ninden Teyandee, Ryuichi Sakuma in Gravitation, Hideyoshi Soya in The Law of Ueki, Yamada Hifumi in Danganronpa, and Monta in Eyeshield 21. In overseas dubs, he is the Japanese voice for Kyle Broflovski, Bugs Bunny and Crash Bandicoot. Yamaguchi has appeared in eroge as Kyōya Ushihisa (牛久 京也, Ushihisa Kyōya). He made his first public appearance in North America at Otakon 2008; and was also a guest at Sakura-Con 2009. Yamaguchi's third appearance to date has been at Animazement in 2010. He also made a fourth appearance in Hawaii at Kawaii Kon in 2011. He is married and has two sons.

Miracle Girls - Original video animation (OVA) - Netflix

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Miracle Girls - References - Netflix

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