Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica, also known as Puella Magi Madoka Magica, is a multimedia franchise focusing on a world in which young girls can make a contract with Kyubey to become Magical Girls - in return, becoming duty-bound to fight Witches. Known for its surprisingly dark tone.
List of works
14-year-old Kaname Madoka was approached by a mysterious creature named Kyubey, who offers her a pact to become a magical girl who fights Witches, creatures born from darkness responsible for murders and suicides in her home city - all the while learning the deeper, darker secrets behind her mission.
Adaptations of the original 2011 anime, released in October 2012, titled Beginnings and Eternal. Most notable for Beginnings' theme song, Luminous and certain design changes, such as adding a fortissimo hair ornament to Miki Sayaka's Magical Girl form.
A novel adaptation of the 2011 anime, released in 2011. Written by the member of Nitro+, Ninomae Hajime, and illustrated by Yuupon.
Follows the story of Kazumi, who found herself amnesiac after she was kidnapped.
The second spin-off manga of Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica, created by Mura Kuroe with draft by Magica Quartet, published by Houbunsha. Released in 2011.
Follows the story of Mikuni Oriko, a Magical Girl with the power of foresight.
Madoka Magica's first mobile game, released in 2011. It met its end of service in 2012.
It featured new costumes and storylines focusing on the anime's cast, as well as four new characters.
A 2012 game released for PlayStation Portable.
Notable for first introducing the main cast's Witch forms.
Madoka Magica's second mobile game, released in 2012. It met its end of service in 2015.
It featured a plethora of cards with costumes for the anime's cast, and later down the line, Momoe Nagisa as well.
Manga Time Kirara Magica (pool #19682)
Madoka Magica's own bimonthly manga magazine, which ran from 2012 to 2017 for 30 volumes.
It featured one-shots, multi-chapter series and interviews.
Madoka Magica's online game, which ran from 2012 to 2015.
Madoka Magica's third movie, and the first continuation of the 2011 anime. Released in 2013.
The series' third major spinoff, released from 2013 to 2017 in Manga Time Kirara Magica.
Set in medieval France, it is focused on the story of a Magical Girl version of Jeanne d'Arc.
The series' fourth major spinoff, released from 2013 to 2014 - originally as a standalone release, then in Manga Time Kirara Forward.
Focusing on Amano Suzune, a Magical Girl who hunts both other Magical Girls and Witches.
First shown during the Madogatari exhibition in 2015, this short "movie" showcased concepts for future installments after Rebellion.
Madoka Magica's mobile gacha game released in 2017, that later got a stage play adaptation in 2018, two manga adaptations in 2018 and 2019, and an anime, which was released from 2019 to 2021.
The game primarily features an original cast, with Tamaki Iroha as its protagonist, though characters from the 2011 anime and other spin-offs also appear.
Continuation to Rebellion announced in 2021. As of May 2023, nothing outside of the initial trailer and key visual is known about the movie.
A spin-off light novel released in the 10th Anniversary Book in 2021.
Focuses on Kiriha Kosane, a 24 year old woman who couldn't have become a Magical Girl, as she lacks both a brain and a soul.
- I just don't get it
- I'm such a fool
- Keep this a secret from everyone in class
- Make a contract
- Mami mogu mogu
- Morning Rescue
- Not afraid anymore
- Tengaron Gentleman
- Too bad! It was just me!
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