Magic-Kyun! Renaissance

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Alternative Titles

English: Magic-Kyun! Renaissance
Synonyms: Maji-Kyun! Renaissance
Japanese: マジきゅんっ!ルネッサンス

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 2, 2016 to Dec 25, 2016
Premiered: Fall 2016
Broadcast: Sundays at 22:30 (JST)
Licensors: Ponycan USA
Studios: Sunrise
Source: Original
Genres: MusicMusic, MagicMagic, RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.061 (scored by 1561515,615 users)
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Ranked: #34172
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Popularity: #2572
Members: 42,638
Favorites: 214

Recommendations

Singing idols, reverse harem but with magical abilities. 
report Recommended by MJSpice
Similarities between both anime series: -Reverse Harem -Has Multiple Male Leads w/ 1 Main Female Lead -Characters have certain skills, and abilities. -School setting -Has Magic -Romance -Comedy Kamigami no Asobi is based on mythology. It has gods from a ton of different cultures like Egypt, Norse, Greek, etc. Magic-Kyun! Renaissance is centered around a female lead named Kohana. She attends a prestigious academy where each person possesses a special talent or ability.  
report Recommended by -Aquamarine
Gakuen Alce and Magic-Kyun! are both school based animes that primarily follow one girl, and a group of students with unique abilities. Although it's not solely art and Gakuen Alice is primary school not high school there are a lot of similarities between the Arte of Light and the young Alice users. Both of these bring you on a different adventure and they will both find ways to play with your heart and have you wondering where you're headed after getting through the 'introductory period'  
report Recommended by kawaii1324
Similarities: reverse harem, girl that tries to learn something new and makes friends along the way, Inchijouji = Kazuki most of the characters are quite similar to be honest. Differences: this is about classical music, the girl mc never even thought about playing an instrument but Kohana wanted to do magic.  
report Recommended by Takishima_Shin
Both are musicals, have a girl as main protagonists and a group of guys related/interested on her, and the main scenario is a college. 
report Recommended by Aya_no_Mugen
Both have the same reverse harem, where it involves one girl with a bunch of guys, vying for the girl's affection, however, characterwise, the girl in Magic-Kyun is a bit more matured compared to the girl from Watashi ga Motete, whose is a bit on the immature side.  
report Recommended by Whoahoho
Swap art and magic for pastries and desserts and voila, you're watching Bonjour! (Minus the singing) 
report Recommended by citycat
If you liked the whole "Art turns into magic" thing you will probably like Prism Shows as they both mix performances with fantastic imagery. Also, both have romance, some drama and very colourful art styles.  
report Recommended by Kaho_Iris
they're both kind of reverse harem but with like no romantic interactions, just i think more of admiration i guess. neo Angelique abyss is on the darker side, with fighting and monsters while magic kyun is on the brighter side with bright colours and singing. but they are quite similar as they are both, what i would classify as reverse harem. 
report Recommended by leannaxd
Both anime are reversed harem with a female lead that actually have a personality. Most of the handsome men are in love with her and hints of romance come along the way. Both anime have well-known seiyuus and good art/animation. 
report Recommended by inamikan
Both animes are about gifted students pursuing their passions. main difference: as the title suggests, its more fantasy based with the use of magic. but its used in a different way, meaning its not like a fantasy thats focused on allll magic. the passion they pursue are real life ones like painting, singing, and caligraphy but theyre passion is soo bright it makes it all magically sparkle. 
report Recommended by nidoqueen106
-Both are original anime which have themes of artistry mixed in with beautiful magic imagery. They are also romantic series. 
report Recommended by alpha_shadow
Both anime are considered romance comedies. They both focus on multiple main characters. Both anime take place in a school setting.  
report Recommended by -Aquamarine
Both series focus on romance, and comedy. Magic-Kyun! Renaissance is a reverse harem. Kaichou wa Maid Sama is centered around the romance between Misaki Ayuzawa and Usui Takumi.  
report Recommended by -Aquamarine
The similarities are obvious once you begin watching them; musical, reverse harem, group bonding, and school life are a few similarities that stand out the most. The biggest difference in Starmyu is the absence of a female main character, Starmyu's cast is entirely made up of guys. Other than that their really isn't that big of a difference except the lack of romance replaced in Starmyu by a little bromance but with an all male cast what do you expect.  
report Recommended by bluespirit
Contains Idols, reverse harem, a heroine but not magic. 
report Recommended by Ookami-san28