English: Puella Magi Madoka Magica
Synonyms: Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magika, Magical Girl Madoka Magica
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 7, 2011 to Apr 22, 2011
24 min. per episode
R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
L represents licensing company
Score: 8.641 (scored by 148969 users)
1 indicates a weighted score
No tags found
SynopsisShe has a loving family and best friends, laughs and cries from time to time... Madoka Kaname, an eighth grader of Mitakihara middle school, is one of those who lives such a life. One day, she had a very magical encounter. She doesn't know if it happened by chance or by fate yet. This is a fateful encounter that can change her destiny—this is a beginning of the new story of the magical girls.
(Source: Aniplex of America)
Related AnimeAdaptation: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica, Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
Other: Mahou Shoujo Sonico★Magica
Alternative version: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica Movie 1: Hajimari no Monogatari, Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica Movie 2: Eien no Monogatari
Sequel: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica Movie 3: Hangyaku no Monogatari
Characters & Voice Actors
What does it take for a series to become a masterpiece? Take a look at Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica, and you might find the answer to that question.
I'll start this review by pointing out that I was not expecting much from this show. I didn't really want to watch it, either. The Mahou Shoujo genre has never interested me, so when a friend of mine, who in the past suggested things like Mirai Nikki, Deadman Wonderland, Death Note and Psycho-Pass to me, told me to watch Madoka Magica, I thought he was kidding and I ignored the series for a while. Once a month had passed, my friend insisted, and I ended up watching the first episode with my sister.
Throwing all my prejucide aside, I sat quietly and watched the first episode. I found it oddly entertaining, so I proceeded to watch the 2nd episode, and then the 3rd. After the 3rd episode ended, I was completely hooked. And by the end of the 12th episode (or the last episode, if you prefer), I was blown away. Gen Urobuchi had done it again.
– “Make a contract with me, and become a magical girl!”
The main character, Kaname Madoka, is a normal 8th grader. Albeit very shy, she is happy, and her family and friends love her exactly the way she is. However, her life takes a dramatic turn when, on a trip to the mall, she rescues Kyuubei, a cat-like being that was being chased by a mysterious black-haired girl. Kyuubei, as a reward, offers Madoka and Sayaka (one of Madoka's friends) a unique deal: he'd make any of their wishes come true, and in exchange, they would become Magical Girls. And that is how Madoka, and the viewers, are introduced to a world of magic and witches.
Not much else can be said about the story without spoiling anything. However, I have to point that this is NOT your typical Mahou Shoujo, and it's target audience is NOT little girls. Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica is a very dark anime, please keep that in mind.
The way the plot begins to unveil is simply magnificent. The build-up of tension, the plot twists, the drama, the (really heavy) psychological atmosphere-- all contribute to create a story that will keep you on your toes at all times.
– “If someone says it’s wrong to hope, I will tell them that they’re wrong every time. I could tell them that countless times!”
Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica has a pretty small cast of characters. Because of this, each relevant character grows and changes throughout the series in ways you wouldn't expect. We get to know a lot about the past of some characters, the reasons behind their actions, their feelings, amongst other things, and that makes each character feel unique-- they don't follow any usual patterns.
[Art & Sound]
– "Is she some kind of anime character or something?"
As usual with Shaft (Bakemonogatari, Maria Holic, Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei), Madoka Magica has a very original/weird style of animation. The design of the characters is rather simple and features very light colors. However, the animations are good and fluid, specially during action scenes (more on that in a bit). Buildings, on the other hand, are very futuristic and look pretty cool. The use of glass and fluid decorations makes me think of a very peaceful futuristic world. Nature, on the other hand, doesn't stick out of the norm, but the mixture of green + the futuristic monochromatic buildings is a very neat contrast.
However, this wouldn't be one of Shaft's best works if they didn't add their “touch”. When Kaname Madoka and her friends enter the realm of the witches, one of the coolest styles of animation I have seen in anime to this day steals the spotlight. It's very hard to explain, since it varies from witch to witch, but it's definitly intriguing. And of course, Shaft's signature: weird cam angles during dramatic scenes. Both of these add to the overall chaotic feel of the series, so I have to applaud their use.
Madoka Magica's opening is “Connect”, by ClariS. Although it's nothing out of this world, I feel that it fits the “Mahou Shoujo” theme perfectly. The show has 4 different ending songs, but “Magia”, by Kalafina, is regarded as the “real” ending, since it plays in the most episodes, and denotes the dark nature of the anime. As for the background music, everything fits right into the scenes; whether it's to add intensity to fights or dramatic moments, the music helps and doesn't feel out of place.
– “With kindness comes naïveté. Courage becomes foolhardiness. And dedication has no reward. If you can't accept any of that, you are not fit to be a magical girl.”
Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica has got to be the best anime I have ever watched. The way the producers trick the viewers into thinking that this anime is just another Mahou Shoujo is simply brilliant. The characters are interesting, the art managed to catch my attention, and the music is good, but this series' biggest selling point is definitly the plot. Plot twists, drama, heartbreaking AND heartwarming moments... all of these converge into a brilliant plot with a really good ending.
PS: Do not judge a book by its cover!
[Final score: 10/10] read more
I would like to preface my critique by stating that I am new to watching anime and to reviewing any series as a whole. I enjoy fast-paced action dramas the most, especially those featuring leads with strong personalities. And I have had no experience watching magical girls anime in the past. With that being said, I had heard that Puella Magi Madoka Magica transcends its genre, so I decided to give it a shot.
I went into Puella Magi Madoka Magica hopeful. I desperately wanted to love it, and I was expecting it to really pick up after episode 3 or 4. Yet there was something about the blend of pastel riddled innocence and trippy, Burton-esque darkness that didn’t settle well with me. Admittedly, there was a slight turn for the better, but not enough to instill in me a strong desire to keep watching. Nevertheless, I stuck it out and continued the show, if only because of its huge reputation. To be frank, I didn’t find many of the earlier plot twists very shocking, and I didn’t feel personally invested in the characters.
My perception of this show soon began to change, around episode 8 or 9. Here I was beginning to get frustrated. I found Kyubey’s course of action to be predictable, and almost cheating on the part of the show’s writers. There were so many plot holes, and the science used to explain some of these plot holes was just plain wrong (from a physics, biology, and medical standpoint). Plus, the show presented so many unanswered “what if’s” for me that I was becoming more and more skeptical.
Episode ten was bittersweet. I was impressed with the direction that the show had taken, and was excited to finally get answers to some of my questions. But the further I progressed into this episode, somehow, the more disappointed I got. Without getting into the physics, the events that took place in this episode completely nullify the explanation that Kyubey had given in the previous episode. And what’s more – I had seen this type of plot before. While it might be a revolutionary idea in the magical girls genre, it certainly wasn’t my first time seeing these sorts of events play out. There was nothing I could distinctly say I had never seen before.
Overall, I would classify the story as fairly entertaining, but not high quality. Those willing to overlook gaping issues in the show’s logic will likely find more enjoyment in it than I did.
Here is where I believe Puella Magi Madoka Magica is most lacking. Madoka is a flat, and to be honest, boring character that did absolutely nothing for me. She is not interesting, and the fact that this show is so Madoka-centric was a little off-putting.
The other characters start off in a very stereotypical fashion and don’t really get that much more interesting. Though it might be argued that they change perspectives throughout the story, I found the character development to be either too predictable or too unrealistic. There seemed to be no happy medium. Call me heartless, but I had a very hard time connecting to any of the characters personally. They were all likeable enough, but there was no motivation for strong attachment. Of all the girls, I would have to say that Homura is probably the most exciting, given the sacrifices she makes. I could sympathize with her the most, even if her actions seemed a little unreasonable.
And while many people seem to like Kyubey, I have a few issues with him as well. First and foremost, I could not (and still cannot) fully see him as a villain, probably because he reminds me too much of a rejected Pokémon to be seen as that formidable of a threat. Plus, his lack of true malice and total indifference as a facilitator doesn’t make him seem like a true “villain.” But what really bothers me most are Kyubey’s monologues. If you’re going to have a character centered on logic rather than emotion, make damn sure that the character’s dialogue is, in fact, logical.
The art and sound of Puella Magi Madoka Magica were probably its best features. The contrast between the animation style of the witches and that of the magical girls is outstanding as a means of symbolizing dark vs. light. Although it was definitely unsettling for me at first, it was something I grew to appreciate as an art form the more I watched the series. I do wish the characters were more unique in their designs. While I can understand that certain animators have their own individual styles, I would have liked to see more variety. Most of the characters were only distinguishable by their hairstyles and eye color, since they all wore the same school uniform when not in their transformed states. (With that being said, the costume design for each magical girl and the transformation animation were both on par).
The soundtrack certainly complimented the visuals, though the opening and ending themes weren’t anything to write home about.
Puella Magi Madoka Magica was far from the masterpiece that it is claimed to be. Though it certainly breaks away from the magical girls mold, it did not live up to the raving reviews that praised its name. Yet even with all of my criticism it definitely wasn’t a total waste of time. I would not classify Puella Magi Madoka Magica as a favorite, but it’s certainly well worth a watch.
Young people fight battles against powerful beings they don't understand, for reasons they don't understand. suffering steadily increases as the story progresses. Surreal landscapes are experienced.
They both masterfully deconstruct some of the most popular tropes for their respective genre and have a lot of other things in common as well, such as the mindfuck factor. Both have easily become cult, blockbuster anime of iconic value for the whole industry. Perhaps if you liked Eva, chances are very high that you're going to like Puella Magi too, unless you absolutely hate moe/mahou shoujo.
Similarities between these two are simply innumerable. Symbolism, violence, growing tension, aim for the utter genre deconstruction — that's just the top of an iceberg. A close look at the storyline and character personalities suggests that Madoka creators were deliberately (and more than successfully) making a «mahou shoujo Evangelion». UPD. Well, looks like they didn't content themselves with just yet another NGE. There's MUCH more to MSMM than that…
Both are deconstruction of its genre with apocalyptic story line. All character has psychological depth and struggles, and develops as story goes on.
And, both does have dreams. But, there is no hope.
Both NGE and Madoka★Magica are dark, thought-provoking deconstructions of their respective genres ("mecha" for NGE and "mahou shoujo" for Madoka). Both involve deep character and story analyses that concentrate on elements in their respective genres and evolve past the prerequisite stereotypes into something groundbreaking. All-in-all, both of these shows will change the way one views anime in the future~
Both have 14 years adolescents which leave their normal life to enter in some supernatural fight which claims to threaten the world. They are the only hope for the humanity now.
Both characters are unique and their feelings are well expressed in both animes.
Both animes surpass all of the same main genre in a more adult, complex, more emotive and human form.
Seems that Madoka got some inspiration in NGE too since the end and some death scenes feels similar. NGE is more philosophical and have 'gorer' scenes although.
The action scenes of both are great and both have great soundtrack behind.
Even if you aren't a great fan of both main genres (Magic and Mecha) you may appreciate them, like I did.
Both are very good anime that deal with the deconstruction of a popular genre. While Evangelion first seems like a typical mecha anime and Madoka seems like a typical Mahou Shoujo, they end up being quite different from what the viewer expects. They both take a very depressing turn early on and contain plenty of symbolism. Each deals with young children who are forced to fight to protect the world and how they deal with this responsibility.
They are both about a main character who is very reluctant to push forward, or do anything for that matter.
As each show progresses, the main character is pushed towards something neither wants to do. The outer influences on the characters play more into their suffering rather than convincing to do their roles. So if you like a hesitant main character, do watch Madoka.
There is more to them than meets the eye.
While Neon Genesis Evangelion may seem like boring mecha "monster of the week" show, Madoka Magica may appear as fluffy and naive mahou shoujo. Well, if you think that, you have been trolled successfully. Evangelion and Madoka are both stories that focus on characters' psyche and the way they (can't) handle problems that would have been extremely difficult even for adults... And they are kids.
Madoka and Shinji are quite similar protagonists, mainly in thei desire to be recognized and useful.
Even supporting characters in both anime are really well fleshed out.
All in all, if you want to watch good anime that stretches borders of it's own genre, watch Madoka or Evangelion. In my opinion, you should see both.
If you're looking for amazing shows that deconstruct and utterly subvert the mecha and mahou shoujo genres, look no further than NGE and MSMM. Because it doesn't get any better than these. Under the guise of ostensibly happy-go-lucky settings, both shows take a dramatic serious turn as they explore the psyches of children who are thrust into life-threatening situations, and why they are unsuited for being there. Very dark themes are prevalent and developed very thoroughly in both. And suffice it to say, the directors for both these series have the balls to execute a truly unorthodox, wonderful ending (in the case of Evangelion, I'm referring to the movie). Both are absolutely must watch.
A deeper look at the character's psyche is present in both shows and both are also subversions of their respective genres (Eva for mecha, Madoka for magical girl).
Both are dark genre deconstructions that make it perfectly clear that children are not suited to risking their lives in battle.
To be honest, I thought no one has noticed the odd similarity between the two, to my surprise there are a TON who have.
Both shows are frequently cited as top-notch deconstructions of their respective genres. They directly deal with psychological concepts (NGE does this to a broader extent while Madoka is more laid back) and they thematically and characteristically parallel each other.
On the surface, they use self-deprecating protagonists who inexplicably happen to be vessels of massive change, but a deeper look reveals more subtleties and nuances to both series.
NGE chooses to convey its numerous themes/references expressed in recurrent dialectics while Madoka prefers to do it in a more subtle way.
A huge part of both series heavily rely on viewer interpretation, especially in the case of NGE.
Both anime are dark deconstructions of popular genres. Evangelion deconstructs the mecha genre and takes a hard, psychological look at what it means for children to fight in a war. Madoka similarly takes on the magical girl genre, with each episode becoming more and more disturbing as the charming scenario is slowly revealed to be far more dark than anyone realized.
- They are both dark deconstructions of anime genres that are typically aimed at a younger audience (magical girl for Madoka and mecha for Evangelion)
- There is occasional surrealism (though in the case of Evangelion, it's not so much 'surrealism' as it is 'mind screw')
- They are both hugely popular cult classics among anime fans
- Both contain heavy psychological themes
Just as Eva is a deconstruction of the giant robot genre, Madoka is a deconstruction of the magical girl genre. Both are anime that are intentionally made to appear innocent and cliche on the surface to draw in unsuspecting viewers. Once they have your attention, however, they show their true colors.
I thought I would never see anything as mindbendingly, horrifyingly wonderful as The End of Evangelion... and then along came Madoka. If you enjoyed Evangelion for its psychological themes and brutal, thought-provoking ending, do yourself a favor and watch Madoka Magica.
Madoka Magica is commonly called 'the Evangelion of mahou shoujo', and reasonably so. Both are dark deconstructions of their respective genres that deal heavily with psychology, and human nature. Both feature haunting, beautiful musical scores that are highly expressive. They also both contain much symbolism, much of which is based on religious (mostly Christian) backgrounds, though there's much more in Evangelion. They also both have beautiful and sometimes blood-curdling artwork.
The lead characters (Madoka and Shinji) share some similarities as well.
*Both are highly recommended.
Both of which have a very dark plot and teens who are sent to deal with supernatural creatures.
Both are much darker deconstructions of typical anime genres (Mecha/Magical Girl) and focus around messed up kids going insane.
Being a magical girl and using your powers to fight evil. Or piloting a giant mecha and protecting the Earth from an alien onslaught. Doesn't it sound like fun? Well, it's not really all that fun for the kids in these series.
Shouldering a very heavy responsibility - the fate of the world - and the emotional trauma that can come from that. Being different from the other children, and not necessarily in a good way; and how their newfound powers can affect the people around them. These are some of the themes explored in both works. Moreover, they also explore the fundementals of human nature and whether humanity and dreams are worth sacrifice.
Both series are dark, thought-provoking deconstructions of their respective genres. Completely redefining their genre, they have set the norm for what other shows aspire to become - revolutionary masterpieces.
Apart from what everyone said about the way both are deconstructions of their respective genres, what really made me compare Madoka to Evangelion was how the protagonists are being tricked by more powerful forces (NERV and Kyuubey) and when they discover the real purposes of what they're doing their minds can't take it. The approach of NERV and Kyuubey is pretty similar. Plus, I couldn't help but compare Rei to Homura and Asuka to Kyouko.
Not at all similar to Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica in terms of plot or animation style, but does share strong similarities in the sense of both series being "deconstruction" anime, to an extent.
Both have the same "everything is a lie" kind of story.
"With great power comes great responsibility".
Like Evangelion, Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica examines the psychological nature of being granted power at an early time in life. Like Evangelion, Madoka offers thought provoking dialogue and superb characterization.
Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica is to Magical Girls as
Evangelion is to Mecha
Both series redo their genre. Eva added psychological aspects to the mecha genre, took chliche's away and made it something unique.
Madoka did the same with magical girl genre. It added more dark vibe to it, and it's of course more serious than other shows similar to it.
These are two heavily psychological & philosophical genre deconstructions filled with controversial & polarizing characters and storylines, despair, death, etc., moreso than is typical for the mecha and mahou shoujo genres. Madoka Magica was clearly influenced by Evangelion - there are even individual scenes parallel each other. The protagonists for each series have a few similar personality traits. People who are sick of typical mahou shoujo and mecha tropes will probably enjoy these shows.
Both series beautifully deconstruct their respective genres and gives the audience an extreme dosage of mindfuck.
Both shows are a deconstruction of the genre they're part of (Madoka deconstructs the magical girl genre while Evangelion deconstructs the mecha genre). Both shows are really dark and have a lot of philosophical elements to them.
Both are excellent and relentless deconstructions on anime. Mecha and shonen for EVA and magic girls for MSMM. Both get progressively weirder and both have strong developed casts.
Much like Evangelion did to the mecha genre, Madoka Magica takes the magical girl genre and deconstructs it brutally complete with depressed heroes and morally ambiguous leaders.
Both are great analytic deconstructions with really awesome character development
like neon genesis evangelion, puella magi madoka magica is also a deconstruction of a very popular genre, the magical girl genre they both also have excellent plots with plenty of twists and they both have main characters that react realistically to stressful situation.
Both Anime focus around girls giving up something for a fight and the souls that are attached. They also have anime styles that don't stick to the norm.
While Black Rock Shooter lacks the magical girl theme of Puella Magi Madoka Magica, there are still similarities to be found in certain areas. In their plots, both concern other dimensions or alternative realities that offer a nod to the genres of "dementia" and "psychological". In both BRS and PMMM, epic battles are fought in these other zones, and they are portrayed with a dark and unique art and animation style that varies considerably from the bright palette that is used for the slice-of-life and drama scenes that comprise most of the rest of the series. In addition to this, friendship (and its strength) proves to be a strong theme common to both titles, and it becomes even more heavily evident in the latter half of them. PMMM's art creates a more childlike appearance than BRS, but it, too, explores darker themes of human emotion, desires, and actions, giving the both of them a greater depth than they appear to have, on the surface.
Melodramatic middle school girls' complex
Similar setting, similar animation.
School girls, drama, alternative world where battle against evil occur. MSMM is more magical and psychological while BRS is more slice of life.
Fantasy world, colorful characters, meets the dark side
An alternate world which endures your grief and a world where you can exchange your life for a wish.
Both stories talk about friendship and that the main characters always attempt to help others without helping themselves. While the best friend of the main character would be in the side line being confused and fights against her.
The difference in the ending is that BRS has a more violence ending compared to puella magi.
these two are both just as dark and twisted as another
Similar focus on a dark story - but BRS manages to be darker, and more violent. The drama is felt more in BRS than Madoka, but both are equally well done.
I find the alternate words presented in both Madoka and Black Rock Shooter very similar in style. Additionally, in both animes the plot revolves around friendship of two girls. Both protagonists are innocent girls, who never had contact with the dark side of life at the beginning.
It's hard to explain what the similarities are... But the way they are written, drawn and animated have very similar qualities. Both anime's involve deep emotional stories that are griping. The main themes of always believing in yourself and your friends is also similar. (But they both still have a fair amount of action as well) The most striking similarity however is that the main characters use their timid yet very hopeful and bright personalities to fight the INCREDIBLY sad circumstances that they have to face.
Both series star an innocent, caring middle-school-aged girl who wants to make everyone happy. Neither Mato nor Madoka know their true power and feel that they are incredibly helpless. A lot of tears are shed in both stories, as the girls try to overcome great conflict, mostly internal.
Both stories focus on pre-teenage girls and their hardships as they start to mature/gain knowledge about life. The main characters suffer psychological stress from common things such as: friendship troubles, love troubles, etc. While it appears to be a light story at first, both start to develop depth and delve into the darker themes of reality.
It's hard to exactly write about what is so similar between the two, but they are both psychologically thrilling, main characters are females, and they both go through immense hardships. Both are generally innocent and moe girls whom are forced to learn what the world/universe really is. Both have great friends who help them on their journies.
same fantastic atmosphere and both are about psychology of little girls
GIRLS... both psyochological stories too
Similar atmosphere, it seems a naive anime, but it's way more darker (Madoka is really harder then how it seems).
The way the color is used in both anime is uncommon and well appreciated.
Both have similar trama and characters... You only have to see it. But in my opinion BRS is better tan Madoka Magica.
Same sort of fight perspective for friendship and hardcore twists in the storyline. also girls that fight for the sake of the world they know and some dramatic storytelling with brutal acts.
Both are essentially really, REALLY dark Magical Girl animes with SUPER heavy themes. If you're familiar with the TV Trope "Breaking The Cutie", that's basically what the MC of both anime go through. The're's a lot of great action in both series, great animation, PHENOMENAL scores, and some incredible, and memorable characters. If you liked Madoka, you'll probably like BRS, and if you liked BRS, you'll probably like Madoka. They're very similar, just that one is slightly darker than the other.
"Someone out there is fighting for you."
Both Black Rock Shooter and Madoka Magica have this similar moral to them. However, they both also have cool battles and hints of yuri in them. And who doesn't like cool battles and hints of yuri? Sure both of these shows get a little messy in the end, but when they're good, they're really good.
Both shows combine moe character designs with dark themes, psychological aspects and action.
Both anime are about girls who can enter a very special and surreal area, with a simple wish.
The artstyles are a bit different from eachother, but both are very unique.
Story line is focused on emotional developement of the characters; Both anime are abstract and some may think: "a bit crazy"; Centered around little girls; Both got quality ;)
The graphics and soundtracks make the entire series amazing works of art! Not to mention the story lines are amazing and slightly demented.
They will deceive you with their appearances, and trigger your emotions with surprising plot twists, and an extraordinary sequence of events. Both about girls that are fighting for a better world . Both have very unconventional art styles .
Both series is Action filled, Drama Anime (an unusual genre combo I could say).
Both series' Main Protagonist is bounded by fate, but hesitating on what decision that should make.
Both series' Main Protagonist by caring friends.
Opening Theme"Connect (コネクト)" by ClariS (eps 1-9, 11)
Ending Theme#1: "Mata Ashita (また あした)" by Aoi Yuuki (eps 1-2)
#2: "Magia" by Kalafina (eps 3-8, 11)
#3: "and I'm home" by Ai Nonaka and Eri Kitamura (ep 9)
#4: "Connect (コネクト)" by ClariS (eps 10, 12)
Which fansubbers do you like the best? Click + to approve of their subs for this show. Click - if you don't think they did such a great job.
Related ClubsI ♥ Yuri & Shoujo Ai, Homura Akemi Fanclub! , Pedobey ／人◕◞౪◟◕‵人＼, Goddere, Club otakú weeaboo grachioso divertido rico grande rosa intocable inamovible genial perfecto que no teme esta noche del instituto mayor Boku no Kiseki, NENDOROID, Dere Girls Alliance, The Gentleman's club., Anime Revolution Vancouver, Netflix Junkies, ClariS, Anime and Manga Talk, Supernatural GIRLS! club, PETJA, WORLDS MOST PoPULAR ANiMES, Purple Eyes Fanclub, Ｇｅｏｃｉｔｉｅｓ Ｆａｎ Ｗｅｂ Ｏｎ－Ｌｉｎｅ, Armitage's Dimension Radio, Saito Chiwa FC, Unlimited Musket WorksOtaku no Namida * Otaku's Tears, Cute and Sexy Anime Fanclub, ❀ Card Garden ❀, Anime/Manga Central , Manga-Anime Guardians (M.A.G), The Derailers, !Anime Horror & Psychological Squad!, Overrated or Underrated Animes and Mangas, The Noble Heroines, Seinen Magical Girl Fanclub, I shot every last bit of Kyuubey:D, 亲友クラブ, No Hair Ties? No problems!, Lord Kyuubey, we will obey., Tsundere is Not Annoying , I'm pretty sure Kyubey is the evilest thing I know, Gen Urobuchi FC, AniTR Fansub, Love Cards, Magical Card Shop, Manchester Anime Legion, feminist anime collection club, VACCC AKA Virginia Cosplay Convention Club, †=†=†=†=†=†=†=†=†=†=†=† ___________Готы___________ †=†=†=†=†=†=†=†=†=†=†=†, The Time Travelers Club, ♫~Anime Mascots & Odd Animals and Creatures~♫, Polski FC Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica, Legion of Anime, SweetKotomi's Cute Girls: Island Paradise, M⑨echan, Let's Talk Anime, Daisuki Appreciation Club, The Morning Rescue Fanclub, ♥♥♥ The Emotional "feels" Anime Collection club! ♥♥♥, Worlds Apart, Madoka Magica is Overrated, Missile Punch, Anime America Club, Anime Lovers, Animanga Lovers, Freedom Anime club , Weekly Anime Club, Veronin is the greatest user on MAL with the best taste and everybody who disagrees with him is a horrible person who deserves a painful death. , Dark Legends fan club!, Marketplace Germany, The Fellowship for Comprehensive Appreciation of Anime, Ani-Manga, Lolicore, Watch Anime Together Club Headquarters, Studio SHAFT, !~~tsubasalover's Friendships~~!, GL Addicts!, Kawaii All, ~The Yuki Kajiura Fanclub~, The 'Magical Girls' Lovers club, Yuuki Aoi fanclub, Mahou Shoujou Tokimeki, Ryoko Shintani Fanclub, Ani'More Cafê, Homura x Madoka, RedBlade, Oxford Anime Vision, Recommendation Club, Kingdom of Insanity, The Hideaway, Sayaka x Kyouko, Love how Madoka cried in every episode except 12!?, Manga Anime League (MAL), Kill witches, get bitches, Sentai Mahou Shoujo Club ~戦隊魔法少女サークル, Supernatural & Magical Highschool Role-Playing (RP) Club, CLOSED, VIC ANIME CLUB, Shirokitsune, ⋆★Mahou Shoujo Fanclub★⋆, Realm of Cards (R.O.C) ☆ ★ CLOSED FOR NOW, ✧Royal♔Medley✧, DARK AND BRUTAL ANIME CLUB, Mahou Shoujo Appreciation, ★ Kyouko Sakura FC! ★, Tomoe Mami Fanclub, Heroes of Justice Fanclub, Sad Anime's Fan Club, Magical Girl Fans Unite!!, Aoki Ume Fanclub, URI Anime Club, Crazy Cards Club, Sayaka Miki Fanclub, Shaft head tilts, The Aristocrats , Drill Hair Characters Club, Blow your mind., Anime Crazy Club, ⋆★Magical Girl Fanclub★⋆, Kalafina Fan Club, Studio Imagination , Rikugou.org, Anime Subversion-Deconstruction Fanclub/Group (A.S.D.F.G.), Otaku Void, The Nonaka Ai Association, Church of Madoka, Cristina Vee and Christine Marie Cabanos Fan Club, MAL TEAM OF HATRED , English Dub Fanclub, The Yuri Council, Mahou Shoujo Fans Club, Mahou Shoujo Anime Fan Club(Magical Girls), Kitamura Eri Fanclub, Cogito Ergo Sum - Philosophy In Anime and Manga, Female Badass!, Masters of the Bow & Arrow, ♥ The pinku and sweet girl, Madoka Kaname ♥, Haru-chan's Maid Cafe, Cardinal Leger Anime Club 2013-14, DraconisMarch: video rants, reviews, and reactions, R rated animes, Cute Girls Doing Cute Things, - Sad Moments & Scenes - , Ultimate Secret Brotherhood (U.S.B.) [Memorial Mode], Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica, SHAFT~'<3, LOLI DEFENSE ARMY, Homura Akemi Fanclub, Boyah Forums, Hurt & Heal (H&H), KEIKO Fans!!, Jakerams has good taste. see all
Recently Watched By