15 Cartoons Like Barbie: Fairytopia (2005)

ElinaTM, portrayed by BarbieTM in this sequel to FairytopiaTM, embarks on a journey to MermaidiaTM to rescue her good friend NaluTM, the merman Prince. It has been determined that Prince NaluTM must be held captive to discover the whereabouts of a unique fruit that, once consumed, will transform LavernaTM into the most powerful fairy in all of FairytopiaTM, even more powerful than the Enchantress.

ElinaTM is responsible for stopping them, but she can’t do it alone. She will require the assistance of NoriTM, a mermaid with a strong will who is wary of strangers and has no interest in having anything to do with ElinaTM. ElinaTM will face additional difficulties in the future, even though winning NoriTM over is not a simple task.

Similar Cartoons to Barbie: Fairytopia (2005)

1. Sailor Moon Crystal (2014)


Usagi Tsukino was a typical second-year middle school student when one day, she had an encounter with a black cat that altered the course of her life forever. Luna is the name of the talking cat who has a crescent moon tattooed on her forehead. She also has the ability to communicate verbally. Usagi learns from Luna that she is the destined protector of justice and that she possesses the ability to transform into Sailor Moon. Usagi now has new responsibility,…

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2. Sofia the First (2012)


The animated fantasy children's television series Sofia the First is produced in the United States. The show's plot revolves around a little farm girl named Sofia (Ariel Winter), who is elevated to the position of the princess after her mother weds the King of Enchancia. Each episode focuses on her exploits and relationships with various people and creatures, including her animal companions. She can interact with them through an amulet that either blesses or curses her, depending on how good…

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3. Tinker Bell (2008)


Discover the hidden realm of Pixie Hollow and listen to Tinker Bell speak for the very first time as the incredible backstory of Disney's most well-known fairy is unveiled for the very first time in the film Tinker Bell. Have you ever pondered the source of the radiance found in nature, such as what or who bestows light and color on it as the years pass? Tinker Bell and her four fairy friends use the power of faith, trust, and…

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4. Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005)


A whole new generation of children's animation was birthed because to the success of the animated children's show Avatar: The Last Airbender, which has a total of three seasons and a sequel series under its belt. Avatar: The Last Airbender, which ran on Nickelodeon from 2005 to 2008 and was produced by the studio Nickelodeon, was given a total of five prizes for its soundtrack, humour, themes, art direction, characters, and cultural references. The show also earned an award for…

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5. The Pirate Fairy (2014)


Zarina is a brilliant and ambitious dust-keeper fairy who is intrigued by Blue Pixie Dust and the unlimited possibilities it offers. The Pirate Fairy is an exciting adventure that originates from the world of Peter Pan and tells the story of Zarina. Zarina is forced to abandon Pixie Hollow and join up with the treacherous pirates of Skull Rock after her wacky ideas bring her into trouble. The pirates give her command of their ship and make her captain of…

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6. Sailor Moon


Naoko Takeuchi is the author and illustrator of the Sailor Moon manga series, which was originally published in Japan. It was initially published in Kodansha's young adult manga magazine Nakayoshi between the years 1991 and 1997; the individual chapters were collected and released in a total of 18 volumes when the story was completed. The story follows the exploits of young woman named Usagi Tsukino, also known as Sailor Moon, as she searches for a mystical relic known as the…

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7. W.I.T.C.H.


The animated television series W.I.T.C.H. was created by French and American animators, and it is based on the Italian comics of the same name. Will Vandom, Irma Lair, Taranee Cook, Cornelia Hale, and Hay Lin are five regular girls who become bestowed with various magical and elemental skills and become the Guardians of the Veil, just like they did in the comics. However, after the Council of Kandrakar successfully removed the Veil for good in the second season, they were…

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8. Winx Club


Iginio Straffi is the mind behind the creation of the animated fantasy series Winx Club. It is a collaborative effort between Rainbow, a studio that is owned by both Viacom and Straffi, RAI, and Nickelodeon (also owned by Viacom). Additionally, the series has resulted in the production of three full-length movies as well as many spin-offs, one of which is a live-action adaption geared toward young adults. In 2010, Nickelodeon began co-developing new seasons of the series Winx Club, which…

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9. Regal Academy (2016)


Iginio Straffi and Joanne Lee are both responsible for the creation of the animated series Regal Academy, which is set in Italy. Rainbow Studio, which is owned jointly by Viacom and Straffi, is responsible for the production of the series. Regal Academy was shown all around the world on Nickelodeon stations owned by Viacom, while in Italy, the show was shown on the Rai YoYo channel. On May 22, 2016, it made its debut on Rai YoYo, and on August…

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10. Barbie: A Fairy Secret (2011)


The computer-animated fairy tale film Barbie: A Fairy Secret was released in 2011 and was directed by William Lau. It was produced by Mattel Entertainment (under the banner of Barbie Entertainment) in collaboration with Rainmaker Entertainment. The film was first made available to public on DVD on March 15, 2011, and made its debut on Nickelodeon the following month on April 17, 2011. This is the nineteenth instalment in the Barbie film series, and it features the voices of Diana…

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11. Miraculous:Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir (2015)


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12. Winx Club: The Mystery of the Abyss


The television series Winx Club served as the inspiration for the Italian computer-animated feature Winx Club: The Mystery of Abyss, which was released in 2014. It is the third film to be based on the show, with the previous two being "The Secret of Lost Kingdom" in 2007 and "Magical Adventure" in 2010. Iginio Straffi, the originator of the series, served in multiple capacities for this project, including directing, producing, and writing the screenplay alongside Giovanni Masi. After the initial…

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13. Fairy Tail (2009)


Lucy Heartfilia, a cheerful girl who lives in the enchanted Kingdom of Fiore, has one wish: to become member of the famous Fairy Tail, which is one of the numerous magical wizard guilds that are dispersed around the continent. She meets Natsu Dragneel, also known as the "Salamander" of Fairy Tail, by complete fluke, and this leads to her acceptance into the renowned guild. The powerful mages of Fairy Tail have a bit of a propensity for getting into scrapes,…

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14. LoliRock (2014)


The plot of LoliRock revolves around the life of Iris, a young woman who is full of life, has a great voice, and has an unquenchable desire to serve other people. Iris's life is irrevocably altered when she becomes a member of the girl group LoliRock, as she is introduced to brand new world where music, secrets, and supernatural abilities coexist. The fact that these three new acquaintances are destined to become magical princesses and engage in a struggle against…

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15. She-Ra and the Princesses of Power (2018)


She-Ra and the Princesses of Power is American animated television series that is produced by DreamWorks Animation Television and was created by ND Stevenson. The series is available for watching on Netflix. She-Ra and Princesses of Power is a reboot of the 1985 Filmation series She-Ra: Princess of Power, which tells the story of Adora, a young girl who has the ability to transform into the heroic figure She-Ra and who leads a group of other magical princesses in a…