Kazuki Shikimori is a 17-year old junior studying at Aoi Academy, an elite school for the magically gifted. However, unlike enrollment to the school would suggest, his magical prowess is below-average. In fact, he can only use magic eight times in his life, or he will die. But not all is lost: Kazuki's family tree includes the latent genetic material for magical greatness. After that information leaks out, Kazuki suddenly becomes the most popular male student in the school, and girls from powerful magician families begin chasing him to get his genes.
Animated by J.C. Staff, which translates to retarded fan service. The director is also nobody special. Maburaho is yet another ecchi comedy with mostly random humour and events that occasionally tries to offer a bit more in terms of characterization. It ultimately fails but at least it tries; something most of its kind doesn’t even bothers with. So what gives this time? The world in the series finds everyone with the ability to cast magic for a few thousand times during their lives before it runs out. The lead male is your typical harem dork with the unusual ability to use powerful magic a few times in his life, before he dies from it. As soon as it is revealed that he is the descendant of a long line of powerful wizards and that his offsprings will most likely also be powerful wizards, a bunch of girls rush to be impregnated by him as means to become famous and powerful thanks to his kids.And here we are with a very good premise for endless consensus sex with multiple hot girls… before you realize this is a harem show where nothing of the sort happens. The lead once again is a chicken that runs away from the joy of his lifetime. Also, everybody is dead set to attack him for one reason or another when all he wants is to be left alone cowering in a corner. Not only that but he ends up wasting his precious magic on foolish occasions just so he can run away easier or even to save a girl who was after his semen… just so he can continue running away from her. Yeah, that makes sense…The twist comes in the second half of the show where he literally uses up all his magic and dies. In the second half he is a ghost and the girls do their best to revive him in order to … well, you know. This is the part which actually turns the show into something worth watching as each girl is now offered emersion and colorization which is directly relevant to the main story. They become a step higher than your cardboard bimbos.Other than that, the anime is your average harem, following the formula by the book. I can only just say that its excuse for sex is far more direct than in most others of its kind, as the girls literally want to be bedded from the very first moment they meet the guy and that makes even the fan service to rank in the bolder ones of the genre. The production values are average, without any real great backgrounds or music score. The characters look generic and the motions are rather stiff. Even the whole world being full of magicians is just like our own, as if it doesn’t matter how everybody can do supernatural things and some elements would be different. Bad use of its setting. The ending also feels somewhat more conclusive than your typical open-ended one. It will feel like there is closure… but not the sexual one. It will just have managed to complete one major obstacle before opening three others. Weird but memorable. It is far from being a good show and the characters still feel like they are just defined by their hair-colour and a fetish but the twist mid-way and the colorized cast makes it somewhat better. The fan service is also bold for its time too, although it won’t feel that great today. Nice try but not good enough to pass in my book.
Warning Spoilers!!!! Everything about this anime i liked but the reason it is getting 2/10 is a simple fact i love harems but there are some harems that i hate and it seems most animes are now folloing that harem mentality. i want a harem where the main character ends up with someone after he turned into a ghost i looked up if he ever became human again becauase if he didnt i wasnt gonna watch anymore of the anime and i also found out while googling it that he never ended up with any of the girls i hate that if you are gonna make a good anime then do it right it was amazing up untill the ghost thing, then it went downhill on a 90 degree angle like its good, Hes a ghost, it sux from here on out.
(Spoiler Alert) Just as a note, this is my first community review on anime planet. This anime was a great anime... only until the 13th episode... This anime had a rather typical storyline, a school for people to use magic and wizardry type stuff. I had to drop this anime halfway through though because of the stupid twist of events that made Kazuki turn into a ghost for 11 bloody episodes! The entire point of this anime was the stupid jokes that came out of Kazuki interacting with the other characters, but once he turns into a ghost, that all disappears. There can't be any funny jokes with Kuriko since he doesn't have a physical body, and it just leaves the story dead for 11 episodes, although I did skip to the last episode to find out how they wrap the anime up. Overall, it was a very good anime for half of it, which I would recommend watching the first 12 episodes, but other than that, there's no real point of watching this anime.
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