Magician's Academy revolves around Takuto Hasegawa, who attends a magic academy that is not marked on any map. During a summoning spell exam, he accidentally creates a girl named Tanarotte, who happens to hold enough magical power to destroy his country, but fortunately Tanarotte professes undying loyalty (and love) to her "creator."
Macademi Wasshoi!... I was certainly confused during the first episode, and still so in the second. However, I think this show has a lot going for it. So far, its managed to keep a lot of the energy it premiered with, unlike Kemeko, which kind of lost pace by repeating jokes.
The show is certainly unique. Not for the plot, but for the way it carries out. Sure, there are a lot of stereotypical characters, like the pretty-boy teacher, the ditzy male lead, the quiet girl, and lots of other crazies, but they are fun characters. Personally, the stereotypical pretty-boy is awesome. All of the characters have a unique role to play, setting them apart from the usual archetypes in anime.
I'll try my best to describe the plot without too many spoilers. Mage boy summons something for an exam, and ends up summoning Tanarotte, a little, extremely... "energetic" girl who has the powers of a god. Her cling to our male lead causes problems with other female characters, pretty-boy teacher (who is awesome) has a dog girl maid, and also: here there be DWARVES! Hilarity ensues. The plot is really kind of confusing, so I vote you check it out when you have the time.
Production values are pretty good. The art isn't amazing, but it isn't terrible either. It takes home the bronze at best, and scores 4th at worst. The BGM is decent; not incredibly memorable, but certainly can be fun. The show also has this weird claymation thing going for the "mature" scenes. I'm not sure if this is just a comical way of censorship, or the show just being its unusual self, but I'm not to angry about it. The only gripe I have is with the OP, which needs to be dragged out into the street and shot.
The show is certainly worth watching, if only for its hyperactive charm. I strongly recommend you check it out if you have the time.read more
This anime has a lot to offer in the humor department and has that fast paced outrageous situation feel that we so desperately long for. Following around the main protagonist Takuto, we experience the daily antics of his life after he summons Tanorrette, a possible God or Demon who could throw the world out of balance!
After that there isn't much more to explain. The story has that minisode kind of feel where there is no defined plot other than the fact that Takuto and Tanorette shouldn't be around. The humor in here is excellent, fighting scenes are surprisingly of high quality and the characters are very eccentric.
I give this 8/10, not really an anime for those who seek plot and the romance in here is slightly askew.read more
Zexcs is my fav studio and I found this series underrated... So I write review for it... Sorry if lack something... This is my first review...
This series is pretty enjoyable for the one that love comedy... This because it getting funnier each episode...
It lack plot but it have great character... it have moe addict teacher... machine golem in love (lol)... poor god and demon... maid tsukaima... and many other great character... too bad main character is normal lol...
About the story... Story about Takuto that school in Magician Academy...
It beginning when he summon a tsukaima for him and found out his tsukaima can be either god or demon... After that many lol things happen...
I've been searching again for an anime where i would be glued to the screen and i found one. I completed this entire season in a day which has not happened for a long time.
I suggest reading the synopsis before continuing. The story line is very well thought out. Not a single episode was bad or disappointing. It is filled with scenes that makes you grow "attached" to the characters and their relationship with the main character (takuto).
Did i mention it is very funny? the randomosity always made me laugh and i'm sure it will ,at least, make you grin. The romance is lacking a little bit. I can't explain but there isn't enough "moves" to continue the romantic relationship. The fight scenes were also pretty fun to watch. The only akward problem was those strange clay scenes. It doesn't happen anymore after i believe the 3rd or 4th episode.
The art is good. no real big change
sounds are well put. From explosions and other noises, you will not notice nothing strange with the sound.
The characters are just great. Each has a distinguished personality that keeps making the story intresting. I can't start on how I loved each character. an energetic girl, shy girl/expressive, kind and calm girl, and a boy with a caring finesse. You will like the protagonists, and at one point, hate the antagonist.
I enjoyed this so much. I recommend this to anyone that wants a good laugh and a great story!!read more