Magimoji Rurumo


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Magimoji Rurumo

Genres: comedy, magic
Themes: ecchi, witches
Number of episodes: 12
Vintage: 2014-07-09

Plot Summary: Kota Shibaki is a perverted high school student in the Mysterious Discovery Club (MDC). When the MDC finds a witch summoning manual, Kota uses the text to wish for a girl’s panties. Later, when his wish comes true, a witch named Rurumo appears and tells him he has 2 days to live. However, once Rurumo gets to know Kota she decides not to kill him and is demoted to a witch trainee. As a trainee Rurumo cannot use magic unless her contractor, Kota, makes a wish. Furthermore, Kota is given a book of magical tickets to make wishes. Once Kota has used up all the tickets Rurumo will be made a full witch again. However, unbeknownst to Rurumo, when Kota uses up all the magic tickets he will die. As Kota contemplates the dilemma he is in, between helping Rurumo and living, a peculiar relationship blossoms.

Magimoji Rurumo Official JP Homepage
Magimoji Rurumo info on ANN


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[size=16]Magimoji Rurumo Manga by Yowapeda’s Watanabe Gets TV Anime[/size]
posted on 2014-04-24 01:25 EDT
Magical slapstick comedy about pervert & apprentice witch who performs his wishes

[size=16]Magimoji Rurumo Anime by Yowapeda’s Watanabe Previewed in Video[/size]
posted on 2014-06-20 02:10 EDT
Advance promo for “magical slapstick comedy” premiering on July 9


#3

This is the one I’m most interested in this coming season!


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http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2014/07/09-1/video-yurika-endo-performs-ed-song-for-summer-tv-anime-majimoji-rurumo
July 09, 2014 11:20pm CDT
Her 2nd single “Futari no Chronostasis” hits stores August 6


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[size=16]Watch Magimoji Rurumo on CrunchyRoll[/size]

[size=16]Crunchyroll Streams Magimoji Rurumo Anime by Yowapeda’s Watanabe[/size]
posted on 2014-07-11 21:00 EDT
"Magical slapstick comedy" to begin streaming on Friday at 9 ET


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http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2014/07/21-1/majimoji-rurumo-tv-anime-supports-anti-illegal-downloading-campaign-at-summer-Comiket
July 21, 2014 10:50pm CDT
Including photo sessions and talk shows


#7

Ep. 05

God, Rurumo is just soooo moe!

She also seems to be falling for Kota, even though he really is rather inconsiderate in a lot of his actions (being a perv and all)


#8

http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2014/08/13-1/magimoji-rurumo-says-stop-at-comiket
August 13, 2014 3:15pm CDT
Anime has teamed up with the Japan and International Motion Picture Copyright Association, Inc.


#9

So Japan is cracking down on bootlegs, but not ending the fan-comic market?

Maybe a deciphered version in the Breaking News thread on what all is being said here would be helpful. All I am seeing is this show is anti-download, while Game of Thrones loves being the most pirate series.

Simple put, will it affect things like spoof comics/shows like Hayate, Gintama, etc?


#10

Looks like starting with Ep. 07, the simulcast is moving to Wednesdays.
Which gets rid of the 2 day delay this series had.


#11

no telling if it is an experiment to counter piracy, or just a decision by CR at this time. We have come a LONG way that shows are shown in other countries and have a chance to thrive after actually showing in relative time rather than having to wait 3 or more years for something to be translated.

Releases for feature films like marvel movies and disney movies and such were always kind of short between native language and others, and not true for anime. wonder if they finally understand now how the wait was hurting and CAUSING in part the piracy because people wanted to see things that never had a chance to get translated, and with quicker worldwide viewing it means les piracy.

Though as has been shown in studies, piracy wont end, because those wh pirate wouldn’t buy the things anyway. iTunes definitely seems to have proven that point without all the DRM nonsense.

at $1 per son and 8 billion people on the planet, what more could you want than everyone on the planet buying your song and how much profit does 8 billion give after cost to make it? if anime could only reach that conclusin and now that it has a timely fashion to get it out, it needs a cost that will get everyone to buy it and rake int he greater profits with less markup per item.

How many people wouldn’t pay $1 per episode of any anime series to get to download in their preferred DRM-free format and be able to watch on any device they want to, and how much more money would that make the creators of the shows if more people are BUYING more things, without the cost to produce a physical product?

what is the average delay on most CR streams? a week or so? for free users at least a week later, but what was the delay for stream to the “premium” users, only 2 days from original air-date to streaming date?


#12

The move would explain why I saw the coming soon image after I watched it this morning.

And for Ep 6

[details=spoiler]Poor Chase :frowning:

Horrible way to learn that magic doesn’t work on the dead.[/details]


#13

[quote=“The Coffee God”]
Looks like starting with Ep. 07, the simulcast is moving to Wednesdays.
Which gets rid of the 2 day delay this series had.[/quote]

Looks like it got changed back to Friday again.


#14

[quote=“miquelfire”]And for Ep 6

Poor Chase :frowning:
Horrible way to learn that magic doesn’t work on the dead.
[/quote]

Man, for a slapstick comedy series, this episode was rather depressing.


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#16

Ah, young witches in love…are better than old witches in love. Those things are just creepy! :sick:


#17

Spellbound or Hellbound? Magic Contracts Misfire in Magimoji Rurumo

March 07, 2018 10:00am CST
"Cruising the Crunchy-Catalog" checks out the 2014 slapstick supernatural comedy from the author of “Yowamushi Pedal”