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Witch Craft Works Fantasy Manga Gets Anime

posted on 2012-11-05 03:17 EST
Ryū Mizunagi's story of boy protected by classmate who is a powerful witch

The 25th issue of Kodansha's good! Afternoon magazine is announcing on Wednesday that an anime adaptation of Ryū Mizunagi's Witch Craft Works manga has been green-lit.

The story centers around Honoka Takamiya, a boy whose classmate Ayaka Kagari is talented in sports, excels in classes, and is attractive on top of everything. She also happens to be most powerful witch on earth. Her purpose in life is to protect Takamiya at all costs.

Mizunagi launched the manga last year, and Kodansha is publishing the fourth compiled book volume on Wednesday. The 25th good! Afternoon issue is also when the magazine switches from a bimonthly schedule to a monthly one.

[Via Manga News]


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