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For the alternate universe counterpart, please see Mira Nova (alternate universe).
For the child-clone counterpart, please see Feara.


Mira Nova
Mira Nova
Biographical Information
Full namePrincess Mira Nova

SpeciesTangean Royal

BirthplaceTangea

OccupationSpace Ranger (Rookie and Co-Pilot)
Princess of Tangea
Physical Description
GenderFemale

Hair colorRed

Eye colorDark Blue

Skin colorLight Blue
Relationships
RelativesKing Nova (father)

AffiliationStar Command
Tangea
Powers and Abilities
PowersTangean mental powers

WeaknessesGrounder and Royal powers cancel each other out when they are in close proximity to each other

EquipmentStar Command-issue

Production Details
First appearanceThe Adventure Begins

Last appearance42

Voiced byNicole Sullivan
“Okay, hello? The princess has a name!”

Mira Nova is one of four Space Rangers on Team Lightyear, and Buzz Lightyear's co-pilot. She is also a princess and heir to the throne of Tangea. She was inspired to join Star Command after Buzz saved her planet from the Evil Emperor Zurg

Physical AppearanceEdit

Mira is a young female Tangean Royal with long red hair, streaked with a paler reddish-orange, and a typical blue complexion. She has large blue eyes and a shapely form.

HistoryEdit

Mira Nova is a tomboyish beautiful princess hailing from the planet Tangea. Raised on Tangea to assume the Royal throne, Mira first caught sight of Star Command, and the Space Rangers themselves, when Buzz Lightyear came to her world to stop Evil Emperor Zurg from taking over with his Hyper-Hornet. This was the first contact she had with a Space Ranger and ever since then, it had been her dream to enlist and serve; that drive ultimately leading her to become a member of Team Lightyear, a position she currently holds.

Her ex-boyfriend is Romac, a Tangean Grounder.

PersonalityEdit

Unlike other Tangean Royals (minus Fop Doppler), Mira Nova is more than eager to hand evil-doers swift, just butt-whoopings. She can be arrogant and cocky, often times clashing with Buzz, her captain. She can be impatient, and she also stutters when speaking; a habit throughout the series. But despite these qualities, she is a solid, decent friend and fighter to her team. She's an excellent shot, and along with that hard head, she won't quit until given the order. She is also confident in her abilities, although a little careless at times. As a Space Ranger, she doesn't like to be called princess.

Mira is also a very stubborn individual.[1]

Unlike most other Tangean Royals, she does not think herself superior to other species, and even had a brief romance with a Tangean Grounder named Romac (much to the displeasure of her father).

AbilitiesEdit

Intangibility: Mira can phase through solid objects (aka "ghosting").

Telepathy: She can also read, control, and presumably plant ideas into peoples' minds.

She showed off her impressive abilities by beating Level 10 in the training deck, defeating 3 giant robots. Even without her ghosting powers she showed a skill level comparable to Buzz's by being able to handle Level 9 with just her ranger skills.

While in direct sunlight exposure, she can undergo what Tangeans call "yellowing"; their form of tanning that causes their skin to turn bright yellow, and this can also result in a sunburn.

Princess Mira Nova isn't your typical princess. She's a hot-head, a real firebrand. As a Tangean Royal from Tangea, she has blue skin, red hair, and can also ghost through walls; hence Tangean for intangibility. Among other powers, Mira is also able to erase people's memories, discern information by picking brains, and can also mind-link with certain individuals who are able to link in turn; Romac is one such individual. It is hinted she has yet to fully discover all her powers, as she has yet to finish all her training.

QuotesEdit

WirewolfEdit

  • "Wha? Is he kidding, that's craz-! Oh, oh, and about that incident on the playground in the third grade? (she hisses) Yeah, gotta let it go."

TriviaEdit

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ReferencesEdit

  1. "Good Ol' Buzz", Ep. 56. Steve Loter (Director) & Bill Motz, Bob Roth (Story Editors) & Leslie Nordman (Writer). Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. Disney Enterprises, Inc./Pixar Animation Studios. November 25, 2000.

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