Category Archives: Magical Girl Raising Project
This is it, the final episode of MahoIku where at this point these magical girls won’t be competing for candies, but to kill each other until there’s one left. In fact, that’s how Fav and his cohorts at the World … Continue reading
This is Cranberry, the Forest Musician who seeks stronger opponents is actually the only survivor of the previous batch of magical girls. So much that Fav offered Cranberry to collaborate on recruiting a new batch just for the hell of … Continue reading
This is Ako Hatada, an ordinary girl whose father is in jail for murdering his wife. Her life was miserable until she met Snow White, which Ako’s life was changed forever…
Looks like there’s no point of running away against Calamity Mary as Ripple appears… …and challenges her to a duel to the death. Honestly, Ripple has a grudge towards Calamity Mary!
Here’s Weiss Winterprison and Sister Nana as they’re about to meet another magical girl… And that’s Swim-Swim and her gang of misfits. Sure that Sister Nana wants to make an alliance with Swim-Swim’s group, but little did they know that … Continue reading
After what happened in Ep. 6, it appears that the events that took place on that episode is nothing but a dream. Well, at least Koyuki Himekawa is freed from the Magical Magical Girl Raising Project smartphone app game!
All right, take a guess on who is Magicaloid 44’s true identity? You might surprise you one bit! This is Makoto Andou, a poor girl who works part-time job in order to sustain herself financially. Come to think of it, … Continue reading
Well, seems that Ripple and Top Speed are being asked by Sister Nana to stop the violence after losing both Nemurin and Ruler. Unfortunately, Ripple is not in a good mood to cooperate with Sister Nana and Weiss Winterprison. In … Continue reading
Hey guys and girls, take a guess on who is Ruler’s true identity? You might surprise you one bit! Well, it turns out that Ruler’s identity is actually an office lady named Sanae Mokuou, who doesn’t like being the subordinate … Continue reading