|Alternate title : Magic User's Club TV |
Studio : Triangle Staff
Also involved: Bandai Visual Co. (USA)/Honneamise
Licenced by : Media Blasters
Length : 13 Episodes
Year : 1999
Genre : Adventure - Comedy - Fantasy - Magic - Romance
sequel to Mahou Tsukai Tai OAV
Things are much calmer and peaceful now with the aliens gone. However, the large bell is now changed to a Cherry Tree, and the people of the city find it troublesome. Feeling a little responsible, the Magic User's Club try their best to fix the problem. However, there's a mysterious person holding them back.
Added : 2002-08-16
Synopsis by : Himitsu
Last update : 2006-08-02
Last update details : Modify info
Score : 7
Number of reviews : 1
Official #1 : Bandai's Mahou Tsukai Tai Website (japanese)
OP1 : Ami Ozaki - I Wanna Do More
ED1 : Ami Ozaki - Over the Rainbow
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Posted by : Himitsu
Posted on : 2005-04-27
Mahou Tsukai Tai was a fun watch. I took interest to this series because I saw a really nice wallpaper. I was hoping they would focus more on magic, but circling around Sawanaguchi Sae, was something even more refreshing. Sae is your average cheerful yet clumsy heroine. Through the short 13 episodes, you see her gradually grow up becoming more mature.
I feel that this is more of a parody. Things are wacky and just not the "mature" or "cute" comedy in most series. The ending was also what you would expect of a parody animation, things weren't concluded and it started back at the beginning. Nontheless, it contains bundles of laughs, mostly composed of Aburatsubo and Takakura. Aburatsubo, the school idol, would always leeringly tease Takakura (yes, they're both guys). Takakura would have his very frequent dirty fantasies, these are always stimulated from any word really, he would just think that way because he's a pervert =).
Akane: you're so cute Sae, just like a doll, I wanna play with you all day long The character designs are epsecially cute. They know how to make a "prettyboy" a pretty-boy. The long eyelashes remind me of the character designs in Princess Tutu. Sometimes when they close their eyes though, it looks odd. It turns out really thick making it seem like they're extremely content when it's not so. I especially like Jurika's character design, although he looks a bit girly, I LAAAV him... *cough*
Takaura: play...? *nose bleed*
I wonder what particular audience Mahou Tsukai Tai aimed for. I questioned this when noting Takakura Takeo's physical appearance. To be blunt, he was not good looking. This series looked like it was for the girls because of the bright colours and cute character design, but maybe they wanted to appeal to the boys by showing a pathetic-looking male heroine being circled by girls. I mean, what kind of girl would root for the love between Sae and Takakura?
All in all, this series was more laid back and would probably be something in between the main series you're interested in. The animation is exceptional even for today's eyes, it was an entertaining watch, and it made me laugh.
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