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The series was renewed for serialization in the same magazine in Unpopular idol and junior high school student Saki Uno discovers that her mother, Sayori, used to be a "magical girl", but, as a result of back problems, found it necessary to pass her position down to Saki. With the help of a Yakuza-like mascot character named Kokoro-chan, Saki is able to transform into "Magical Girl Ore" to fight the cute-faced demons who threaten to kidnap her crush, Mohiro. Unfortunately, her magical girl form is that of a large, healthy, athletic, muscular man in a small, cute, girlish uniform, which is causing endless embarrassment to Saki. The situation becomes even more complicated when Mohiro becomes attracted to Saki's manly "Ore" form, and Saki's idol partner Sakuyo reveals her own attraction to Saki. Crunchyroll co-produced the series and is streamed the anime worldwide, except in Japan and Greater China.

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By ordering or viewing, you agree to our Terms. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Get free delivery with Amazon Prime. Episodes 12 1. Magical Girl Site. Subtitles Subtitles. Audio Languages Audio Languages. Aya Asagiri has nowhere to call her own. Bullied at school and abused by her brother at home, she spends every day wishing for death. One day, Aya happens upon a mysterious website called the Magical Girl Site. The site offers to give Aya a magical stick and make her a magical girl.

When she arrives at school the next morning, she finds a strange gun-shaped stick in her foot locker Watch with Prime. Tsuyuno Yatsumura is another magical girl who was given a stick by the Magical Girl Site. Tsuyuno's stick can stop time. She used it to retaliate against Sarina Shizukume. Tsuyuno warns Aya.

Using the stick shortens your lifespan, and that someone is killing magical girls for their sticks, and that someone is closing in. The Princess and the Poisoned Apple. The identity of the Magical Hunter who has been killing magical girls turns out to be a magical girl called Rina Shioi. Aya and Tsuyuno search for a healer to wake Rina up, but the new magical girl they meet is someone unexpected.

The Successor and the Transfer Student. The new magical girl Nijimi Anazawa wants Rina dead, but Aya and Tsuyuno still have no way to wake Rina up from her coma. Despite this setback, Aya's life seems to be getting better after meeting Tsuyuno. Then one day, her class gets a new transfer student. It's none other than Nijimi! Aya panics, but Tsuyuno isn't there to help her. Revenge and Resolve. After losing her best friend and getting hurt, Sarina Shizukume becomes a magical girl herself and vows to get revenge against Aya.

Meanwhile, Aya looks for Tsuyuno and discovers she's in critical condition. Haunted by her past, Tsuyuno stops Aya from calling for an ambulance. After Aya learns Tsuyuno's secret, she cannot hold back her tears. Tsuyuno is moved by Aya's tears and resolve. Aya and Tsuyuno are sent to the hospital unconscious after their deadly battle with Sarina.

Joint Strategy. Aya and the others learn that there are multiple Magical Girl Sites, each with its own administrator, and that the information Rina has on Tempest is fake. They decide to join forces with Kosame and the magical girls from a different site in order to discover the truth behind the sites and survive. But that requires teaming up with Nijimi who is still after Rina's life. Last Summer. The group has come to the beach on Aya's suggestion to try to enjoy a little downtime, but Aya actually had an ulterior motive behind the trip.

Aya tells Tsuyuno how grateful she is for everything she's done, and the two girls make a promise to each other. However, when they return to the beach house, they find that Nijimi's panty stick has been stolen! God Won't Abandon Me. The one who stole Nijimi's stick is Aya's brother Kaname. Unable to tell anybody, Aya visits Sayuki's house with Tsuyuno and the others. Meanwhile, Kaname has set a new plan in motion after taking advantage of Nijimi's feelings in order to steal her stick.

Kaname has already killed and will not hesitate to kill again. Kaname heads towards Aya to kill all the magical girls and take their sticks. Nijimi died protecting her allies from Kaname.

Aya blames herself and locks herself in her room. However, Aya has changed since meeting Tsuyuno. She is going to be stronger. Tsuyuno's words help Aya get back on her feet. Watching over her is someone unexpected. A fully determined Aya appears before her friends again at Nijimi's funeral. The Rebel Girls. The magical girls' plan is to wait for a site administrator to deliver a stick to a new magical girl in order to capture them, force them to reveal the site's secrets, and to find out a way to survive.

They use their abilities to their fullest, and the moment finally arrives. Aya, Tsuyuno, and Rina lie in wait at the target's junior high when the administrator appears. We are not Unfortunate. It seems the administrator's identity is a human girl.

Tsuyuno dies protecting Aya and her friends, but she is brought back to life as a new administrator candidate. Tsuyuno is ordered to kill Aya so she can become an official administrator. Having lost her old memories, Tsuyuno attacks Aya with supernatural strength.

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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. This really isn't a series everyone will like. It deals with some sensitive topics and the cruelty is hard to watch. I can understand some people thinking they take it too far in the first episode, but it's setting up the pain and suffering the main character has been dealing with.

It's painful to watch, but it's interesting character journey to see her have to deal with the bullying and abuse in her own way without the help of an adult. I started with the manga, so I know where the story is going and this adaptation is very close to the manga.

It's a darker anime for sure, but it keeps you interested. Up to episode 3 now and I'm really impressed with how the anime is catching up to the manga. Once you get past the darkness of the first episode, watching Aya develop and seeing different characters show multiple sides is pretty fun! It's been a while since I enjoyed an anime so much to the point where I bought all the available manga and stayed on the lookout for merch. The anime does a lot of things differently from the manga cutting some scenes and characters , but overall it still came out really good.

As other reviewers have pointed out, this show isn't for everyone. However if you are able to keep watching past that, the show introduces us to a wide cast of lovable protagonists that I found myself getting attached to.

The cons that took away a bit from my experience were very few and far between, such as a few animation errors and some subtitles that seemed off or didn't make much sense. All in all I would say that my experience was positive, and I think 4 stars is fair. Give this series a try if you can deal with all the dark subject matter it covers.

For those who clearly haven't read the manga. The anime has barely touched on it's theme of hope and such even in the depths of despair. This isn't the darkest the series will get but this is barely the beginning of the series.

I reccomend at least watching the next episode before dropping since it gives you a better idea of the series going so far. My first introduction into the series was Puella MAhou Shojo Madoka Magica which is an amazing anime that covers many themes of morality, lose, conventions, and learned helplessness with Buddhist undertones.

I began to watch Magical Girl Site on a whim and I am currently reading the manga the two are pretty in sync at this point and I praise this manga for not trying to hide many of its themes. The main theme in this series versus Madoka Magica is that this series focuses on the interconnectivity of the despair the girls face, and interweaves them without focusing too heavily on individual development. There are a few scenes that were uncomfortable to watch but nonetheless add to the plot and the theme of finding niche happiness in a broken world.

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Sister Nana and Weiss Winterprison got chat-logs of Fav and Cranberry accidentally after a sad event. They was shocked by that content, and disclose that logs to magical girls.

Even at that time, I didn't know exactly how big of an effect Madoka Magica was going to have on the popularity of dark magical girl shows, launching a full-blown sub-genre in just a few short years. If you're a fan of magical girls in increasingly dark and sometimes voyeuristic situations, then hopefully this list has your number. Madoka Magica It's not that magical girl stories hadn't ended in tragedy before Madoka Magica. Madoka Magica just brought this niche interest to prominence for a wider audience, by killing off one of its leads in a gruesome fashion by the third episode and revealing its mascot as the team's main antagonist. The series also wasn't afraid to graphically illustrate its cast's emotional suffering, cementing it as a staple that would inform imitators for years to come.

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Before this series, they made Kumika no Mikaku, which is a rom-com about an alien girl experiencing human cuisine for the first time. Because at this point, in order to rehash our own food, we have to introduce them to aliens or just have a Restaurant to Another World. Hiiragi Utena is enthralled by the three magical girls in her town. Now begins the fight of Magical Girls and the Forces of Evil! What can I say? This is less of a review and more of a first impression as this manga is relatively new and currently only has seven translated chapters out. The whole feel of the manga reminds me of old superhero shows like the Power Rangers and PowerPuff Girls. I came into this manga, thinking that it was just going to be a yuri about magical girls, and I had no thought about anything else, so it was a pleasant surprise. I say that because of Venalita. By the way, I really like Tres Magenta and Azul!

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The setting for this arc takes place in Umemizaki Private Academy. Umemizaki Middle School , Class 2-F. A bizarre girls-only classroom composed of only 15 people. It was made in order to raise proper Magical Girls , a special class sponsored by the Magical Kingdom.

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In the fantastical world of cosplay, there are quite a few creations that come out looking just as beautiful as the character the cosplayer is portraying. And when it comes explicitly to those paying tribute to heroines within the Magical Girl genre, some of the results are genuinely among the best of the best. From crime-fighting heroes of the moon to the card-capturing kind, they've all been given some fan-made costume love over the years.

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