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Healin' Good ♡ Precure


The trademark registration of the next Precure series is revealed. "Healin' Good ♡ Precure" is the name of the 17th Precure series. It will start in February 2020.

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The New Title is Feelin' Good

It's easy to realize that “Healin 'Good” is a reminder of “Feelin' Good”. Well, I feel like it ’s a misleading or misreading.

Former Case

There is also a title that make misreading in previous Pretty Cure series. The 8th series “SUITE PRECURE ♪” can be read as “SWEET PRECURE ♪”. It is enough to think that SWEET is correct if you don't know English well.

The followings can be read from this title logo.

Title

Well, we can know the title of the 17th series Pretty Cure.

Themes?

You can see that healing may be the theme. However, Pretty Cure has healed instead of defeating the opponents. In other words, the "healing" flows through the entire PreCure series, and it is difficult to understand the meaning of raising the "healing" to an individual theme. What does healing means? aroma? music? or massage? Since massage is a kind of direct contact with the body, it may be aroma or music. But music concept is used in a Suite Precure, so the rest is aroma ... is it a space fairy opening an aroma store? Mmm...

Pink and Green

The title logo is composed of pink and green.

Pink is the complementary color of green. Green has often been treated as an opposite's color in precure. In Star Twinkle PreCure, as Mihossi Green dressed up as Lala's Halloween costume, the name of Green can be taken as a sign of Green Precure Restoration. Since pink and green are complementary colors, the pink and green precures might be compatible.

Mysterious heart shapes

The heart in the title logo has three small hearts on the large heart. There is no way to guess what this means. It might be taken as the number of fairy fingers, but what can be told is that it is not a dog or cat motif because the number of fingers is different from them.

Plants?

In the Japanese character “グ” and “ど” have shapes of leaves. The color is green and the concept is healing ... Plant is a symbol of something?

Conclusion

We still don't know so much about 2020's precure series from this title logo.