Little Witch Academia: Mahoujikake no Parade

Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade

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English: Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade
Synonyms: LWA 2, Little Witch Academia 2
Japanese: リトルウィッチアカデミア 魔法仕掛けのパレード


Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 9, 2015
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Trigger
Source: Original
Genres: AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, MagicMagic, FantasyFantasy, SchoolSchool
Duration: 53 min.
Rating: PG - Children


Score: 7.771 (scored by 8435984,359 users)
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Ranked: #8982
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Popularity: #1072
Members: 148,142
Favorites: 343
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You can tell witch training is not going swimmingly for the young sorceresses Akko, Lotte, and Sucy—they face expulsion for screwing up one class too many, and their only way out is if they successfully organize their academy's annual parade through a nearby town. But when they stumble upon the momentous discovery that the objective of the parade is to humiliate witches and commemorate their past subjugation, Akko decides it is time for a change: It is time to show the world how fantastic modern witches truly are! However, with the other girls struggling to keep up with Akko's grandiose ambitions, and everything from mischievous boys to slumbering giants getting in their way, maybe pulling it off will require not only all the magical prowess the pupils of Luna Nova Magical Academy can muster, but also a miracle.

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Ootsuka, Masahiko
Producer, Script
Usa, Yoshiki
Yoshinari, You
Director, Storyboard, Animation Director, Original Creator, Character Design, Key Animation
Watanabe, Jun
Sound Director


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Jul 5, 2015
Link_of_Hyrule (All reviews)

Like most sequels to beloved classics, expectations were quite high for Little Witch Academia 2. Considering that it was practically funded out-of-pocket by fans of the original short film via Kickstarter, anime fans really had every right to demand their money’s worth on this one. With the quality of the original and the hype that was created thereafter in mind, my inner cynicism led me to believe that LWA 2 was set up for failure. However, much to my delight, it can be said without hesitation that LWA 2 recaptures the magic of its predecessor and yet again contains more energy and charm read more
Jul 4, 2015
Tozzy (All reviews)
Trigger has invited us back into the world of Little Witch Academia with a bang in The Enchanted Parade. The second, eagerly-awaited title in the series doubles the screen time and with it brings more action and characters to make its world feel as vibrant as before. Is it as good a film as the first? Maybe not. There’s a certain charm lost that was there the first time around but this is still a loveable, magical tale.

While I was worried in the opening portion of the film that we were substituting too much magic for drama, a satisfying and action-packed conclusion saw the series read more
Jul 5, 2015
lawlmartz (All reviews)
"Never, ever underestimate the importance of having fun." - Randy Pausch


Little Witch Academia was a surprise upstart in the Young Animator's Expo in 2012, and along with fellow member Death Billiards, these two productions started making waves. The fan outpouring was great, and demands fell on the then-brand new studio Trigger to make more! A kickstarter was raised, and incredibly, the $150,000 goal was smashed in 30 days with the help of nearly 8000 backers and a grand total of $625,318!! (This is all pre-Kill La Kill, guys and gals.)

Let's get into some other nice numbers- the score on this anime.

Artwork and Animation: 10

The read more
Jul 4, 2015
HaXXspetten (All reviews)
The original Little Witch Academia was a highly successful work from the 2013 Young Animator Training Project. It was a film praised for its energetic characters, stellar presentation and for quite simply being an incredibly entertaining movie from start to finish.

Fast forward two years to 2015 and it's finally time to rejoin Akko, Lotte and Suzy in the long-awaited sequel film, titled Mahou Shikake no Parade, or The Enchanted Parade in English. After a consistent spree of misbehavior inside the school, the headmaster gives the trio an assignment to take care of in the upcoming witches' commemoration festival taking place in the local town. In read more

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