Watched the first ep of "Power of Hope – Precure Full Bloom" (Otona Precure 23).
This is the timeskip sequel to "Yes Precure 5" but it's not a kids show anymore. This is the show for people who watched Precure 10+ years ago.
So far it's an interesting take. They chased their dreams and became who they wanted to be… but now the realities of being an adult are starting to rear their head. Nozomi can't help the kid in her class because the problems aren't something a teacher can solve, Rin is passed over at work simply because the other person was better, etc. And somewhere along the line their transformation devices disappeared, maybe because they grew up and out of being Precure…
The gang gets together for drinks, but in the darkness a new menace emerges.>>1038
Anime made me check out more indie stuff. Technically anime is indie, even in Japan, barring a few mainstream hits (ie. PreCure, One Piece).