"Love makes a girl stronger." Saki Uno is working hard as part of the new idol unit, Magical Twin. The one she admires most is Mohiro Mikage, who’s the older brother of her idol unit partner Sakuyo, and he’s also a member of the top idol unit STAR☆PRINCE. She would be willing to do anything for him, and one day, those feelings brought on a miracle. Saki ended up turning into a magical girl when she strongly wished to protect someone... But what she turned into wasn’t exactly what she was expecting...
Magical Girl - Transform
Magical Girl - Ore
Magical Girl - Another
Magical Girl - Versus Cyborg
Magical Girl - On Vacation
Magical Girl - Hot Springs Business
Magical Girl - Lesson
Magical Girl - Another and Another
Magical Girl - Stalking
Magical Girl – Final Battle
Magical Girl - Watashi
I'm in tears, honestly,this anime is perfect for what this anime represents. If it were you standard anime that took itself seriously I would be much stricter but this is a parody and a damn good one.
I have a weird taste in comedy sometimes, but my favorite things are parodies. When this show came out I was in love. Every episode has it's perks in my opinion. When it first was coming out I watched the first three or four episodes over and over because I thought it was adorable and hilarious. It's silly to say, "It was made bad on purpose." It's clearly a comedy and parody of all stereotypical shoujo, idol, and magical girl anime mixed in with harem and reverse harem anime. It makes fun of how dramatic anime is in general. The anime does not take itself seriously... while making it seem as though it does... It had the perfect villian, unique set of characters, simple plot, and perfect sweet twist. It's all I could ask for, so I do recommend this show for those softies looking for a dumb-funny and cute show. Also note that the animation on the last episode was PURPOSELY done badly in some shots for the climax/plot of the show. And it was hilarious.
Guys, this is a PARODY- the fourth wall will be broken. Look at this anime like you would Gintama; it's a parody of many tired tropes in the industry, except instead of shounen tropes, they're shoujo ones. Think of all the classic features in shoujo anime throughout the ages, a heroine that is an underdog, an unrequited love interest, yakuza, magical girls, a gay best friend (maybe?), and now switch them around a bit, and now you have Mahou Shoujo Ore. What I enjoyed the most about it though was that despite it being a satire, the anime does follow a somewhat sensible plot progression with a unique and commiserable villan who adds some emotional depth. It's funny, it can be sweet, it has some character development, and it's just fun to watch.
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