Magical Girl Raising Project Restart Light Novel to Get an Anime Adaption.
OtakuFeed found out that a stage reading in the Magical Girl Raising Project franchise Revealed that an anime adaptation of Asari Endō’s Magical Girl Raising Project Restart light novel volumes had been Authorized. In addition, Hiroyuki Hashimoto reported on Twitter that he would be coming back from the first Magical Girl Raising Project anime as the supervisor. The franchise’s Twitter account also gave a sneak peek at the various initiatives for “Project restart.”
Asari Endō’s Mahō Shōjo Ikusei Keikaku, light novel series, is placed in a world where a game named The Magical Girl Raising Project permits one in tens of thousands of people to be a “magical girl” — having extraordinary physical powers and looks, as well as extraordinary magical powers that differentiate them from the remainder of the human race. But one day, in a section having 16 magical girls, the administration revealed that it must split the number of magical girls to unravel the issue of magical energy. At first, the 16 magical girls race to gather more “magical candy” than their opponents, but the rules quickly become gnarled, Turning into a fierce battle for survival.
Endō Issued the original light novel series via Takarajimasha’s Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi! Bunko imprint in June 2012, and Takarajimasha issued the 17th volume in April 2022. The second and third light novel volumes, issued in November and December 2012, cover the “Restart” arc. Yen Press began issuing the novel series in English in June 2017.
Nori-Senbei issued the manga adaptation of the “Restart” arc in Kadokawa’s Monthly Comp Ace magazine in 2016, and Kadokawa issued one volume in September 2016.
The first 12-episode Magical Girl Raising Project anime was issued in Japan on the AT-X channel on October 1, 2016, and Crunchyroll Aired the series.
Hashimoto reported in December 2016, a week after the first anime ended, that a sequel had yet to be decided.
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