Of course, after Sally, came lots of magical girls with lots of different formulas and plots, some of them similar, though…⭐Majokko: Also known as “Little Witch”, it uses the witchy formula, with broomsticks, wands, and such. Examples: , both using the same formula as Sally’s (a member of royalty from a magical world relocating to the mortal world), and both animated by Toei Animation.⭐Phantom Thief: Think of the Gentleman Thief plot, but with a girl instead!
And please: don’t go around saying that every MG is a Sailor Moon ripoff…
As a result of a traffic accident, Limit-chan is reborn as a cyborg and is given three types of supernatural powers.
Based on an original story by Shinji Nagashima and Hiromi Productions, the series featured character designs by Kazuo Komatsubara and scripts by Masaki Tsuji.
It is the sixth of Toei Animation's original majokko (magical girl) anime series, although, as with Cutie Honey, the title character's powers are derived from science rather than magic.
Other staff members from the past series, including character animatio...
However, there is a catch: if she uses too much of them, her life will come to an end.
I did not have included the references and parodies shown in non-MG shows, because I think they weren’t relevant to the researches I made.
I think this post goes for show how much I love the Magical Girl plot, no matter clichéd or overrated it can be!
I was excited to see the adaptation continue, but also wary about a repeat of the first se...― After going light on narrative substance in its first half, WWW.