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Puella Magi Madoka Magica is one of the top shows of 2011 for a reason. Hands down, it redefines the magical girl genre by having its heroes deal with the dark facets of reality, and the heroes themselves having a story to tell, most of which is also dark and tragic. This is a show that makes you think about the meaning of life and the fact that life itself can't be taken for granted.
It may be a cliche, but it still rings true because it is true.
The plotline has excellent brevity and punch to go with solid artistic presentation—perhaps the best of this year—impressive voice acting from its leads, especially from Chiwa Saito, and great background music.
This is a show that you will want to experience again and again. And from somebody that has done just that, you should do it.
Really thought this was going to be a classic magical girl series, well I was mistaken. It surfs a more serious theme around the magical girls, not only throwing magical sparkles to kill witches and such with no other reason but to defeat the bad guys, its pretty nice to look a little twist that makes them think about it to seriously become a magical girl. Some events goes too fast tho, and fights could be more longer, since the environment that appears when a witch is present is pretty "artsy"...Hogami rated 8.00:
well, as far i know it was tagged as "shoujo" series... well can't deny it, but i think even a guy can appreciate it, drawn are kidna unique luckily (is not that i don't like the "usuall" drawn style of the most anime that are around, but sometime drawns are kidna similar, and people can overlap charachters, expecially when they're similar for face line, hair cut etc).
still it suprise me, and i think is something enjoyableAk1r0 rated 10.00:
No -3- in my top list is Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica.
with genius writing which totally destroys the classic Mahou Shoujo genre, this series tells an amazing but heavy emotion story. (just remember that MSMM starts being what it is after episode 3 so take care)
My first Mahou Shojou anime... and what a ride it was! Dark, thought-provoking and still enjoyable, Madoka reminded me of Evangelion with its underlying theme of despair. I would say that it also reminded me of FMA, and especially of the Equivalent Exchange theory. In Madoka, the hope and the miracles all have the same price... a price of pain and despair. And a fate worse than death, at the end of the day, in exchange for a wish. The story is well-written, too! If you haven't already watched it, I definitely recommand it!Kalrathia rated 9.75:
I must finish this series! I don't even know how I could not watch it completely when I started to, maybe I was busy
with tests and school projects...
Anyways, it's a very original and interesting series. I was expecting something very different, perhaps something more... childish. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes good animes.