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Mahou Shoujo Ore


Alternative Titles

English: Magical Girl Ore
Japanese: 魔法少女 俺

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 2, 2018 to Jun 18, 2018
Premiered: Spring 2018
Broadcast: Mondays at 22:00 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Pierrot Plus
Source: Web manga
Genres: Comedy, Fantasy, Magic
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.691 (scored by 15,418 users)
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Ranked: #51272
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1699
Members: 57,782
Favorites: 101

Recommendations

Both shows deals with an average highschooler that one day gets magical powers by making a contract with a "magical mascot" and changes of gender during the transformation (the difference being that in Kämpfer is from boy to girl and in Mahou Shoujo Ore is from girl to boy). The main characters have also a love interest who is interested in their transformed form. Both series are also pretty ridiculous. 
report Recommended by Illyricus
Both make fun of the "Magical Girl" anime trope, with good humor and in no way bash the trope despite this. While BKCBL pokes fun at the trope and in a way takes itself (slightly) seriously. MSO completely roasts the trope and is more self-aware of itself. Both center around making the "magical girls" into males, but play it out very differently. Both share boys taking on girly outfits, using girly wands, and crying out girly attack names... the list of tropes goes on... If you enjoyed one anime poking fun at the magical girl trope, you'll probably enjoy the other doing so too.  
report Recommended by SindySugar
They both are about idol groups but they make changes to the genre to turn it into an absurd comedy, in one case using zombies and in the other male-transformated magical girls as idols. 
report Recommended by SenyorQ
- MSO (MC is Girl), OreTwi (MC is boy) - MC get powers only while transformed in his opposite gender. In both shows, MC didn't knew about that before accepting. - MC's best friend (who is in love with him/her) is also given the same power too to help and protect MC. - Both shows are absurd in their own way. OreTwi features twintails (a lot) and MHO breaks all stereotypest with the magical mascot, enemies, among other - Both shows are a non stop comedy. 
report Recommended by fourd444
- comedy with strange supernatural elements (RB: demons, angels, kiss note, ... - MSO: magical girls, demons, gender-bender, ...) - similar artstyle - similar humor/atmosphere - LOVE POWER 
report Recommended by karakatsu
-Both protagonists led a normal life until something happened -the mothers of the prtagonistas were mahou shoujo -they are about magic girls 
report Recommended by Javier_Araneda
Both are parody shows with lots of comedy. While Pop Team Epic is more skit based and parodies multiple animes, games and other forms of media, Mahou Shoujo Ore has a actual story and parodies the magic girl genre.  
report Recommended by Groenboys
This is another Spring 2018 show, both of which involve magical men (in one way or another), both are parodies and very funny. I would recommend watching this show if you want something fun and light hearted to watch 
report Recommended by FantasyHazard
Both are parodies of the Mahou Shoujo genre, although in my opinion Kore Wa Zombie Desu Ka does it better. The jokes left me laughing for hours, and the English dub is done really well. 
report Recommended by AkihiraBaka
Both anime series fall into the same rare category of fanservice-filled shoujo (?) demographic gag comedies. Although Mahou Shoujo Ore is more based in fantasy (because with a Magical Girl concept, how could it not be?), both series have similar humour styles and underlying romantic tension. 
report Recommended by NightMongoose
Animegataris and Magical Girl Ore are satirical parodies of anime. In the case of MGO it's satirizing the magical girl genre of fantasy and shojo tropes while Animegataris parodies the medium in general. Both are comedic parodies of their respective genres and of the mediums.  
report Recommended by ShadowBlazer3000
Mahou Shoujo Ore harkens back to the feel of magical girl parody OVA series from the early and mid 2000s like Dokuro-chan, Dai Mahou Touge (Magical Witch Punie-Chan), and Puni Puni Poemii. All of these shows use hyper-violence (and sometimes fan service) as a source of comedy. Mahou Shoujo Ore adds a little extra bit of spice with gender bending magical girl transformations. If you enjoyed one of the old OVAs, check out Ore; if you liked Ore, check out these old pioneers. 
report Recommended by pluvia33
Mahou Shoujo Ore harkens back to the feel of magical girl parody OVA series from the early and mid 2000s like Dokuro-chan, Dai Mahou Touge (Magical Witch Punie-Chan), and Puni Puni Poemii. All of these shows use hyper-violence (and sometimes fan service) as a source of comedy. Mahou Shoujo Ore adds a little extra bit of spice with gender bending magical girl transformations. If you enjoyed one of the old OVAs, check out Ore; if you liked Ore, check out these old pioneers. 
report Recommended by pluvia33
Mahou Shoujo Ore harkens back to the feel of magical girl parody OVA series from the early and mid 2000s like Dokuro-chan, Dai Mahou Touge (Magical Witch Punie-Chan), and Puni Puni Poemii. All of these shows use hyper-violence (and sometimes fan service) as a source of comedy. Mahou Shoujo Ore adds a little extra bit of spice with gender bending magical girl transformations. If you enjoyed one of the old OVAs, check out Ore; if you liked Ore, check out these old pioneers. 
report Recommended by pluvia33
Both shows are parodies of their genre (One punch man=superhero-genre and Mahou Shoujo Ore=magical girl-genre) Both shows have lots of comedy and quite a few well-build men  
report Recommended by KuroYume-96
The plots aren't similar but they're both ridiculous, hilarious series focusing on comedy, so if that's what you're looking for, try these two. Sakamoto is funnier imo but both are great. 
report Recommended by blushingkillua
If you are a fan of over the top shoujo tropes than you've come to the right place: both of these shows are comedies with random hilarious moments where you have: - Love triangles - Mafia troupe - Muscled men wearing sailor uniforms - The power of love saving the day - Bombs... Explosions. - Idols singing - Cute girl that transforms into an extremely manly man when its necessary. - Yuri and BL trope XD In resume, if you want anime that makes no sense but it will make you laugh, try these! 
report Recommended by Orulyon