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Magical Somera-chan Manga by Ai Mai Mi's Choboraunyopomi Gets Anime

posted on 2015-04-01 11:50 EDT by Egan Loo
Ai Mai Mi's Imazaki helms anime of 4-panel manga about magic user's daily life

An anime adaptation of Choboraunyopomi's four-panel manga Magical Somera-chan (Fushigi na Somera-chan) has been green-lit.

The manga follows the daily life of Somera-chan, a wielder of mysterious magical powers, and those around her. The manga ran in Ichijinsha's Manga Palette Lite magazine until 2011, and Ichijinsha published two volumes.

The anime will be the third one based on Choboraunyopomi's manga, after Ai Mai Mi and Choboraunyopomi Gekijō Dainimaku Ai Mai Mi: Mōsō Catastrophe. Itsuki Imazaki returns from those two earlier anime to direct Fushigi na Somera-chan.

Ichijinsha posted an promotional video titled "April 1st Teaser" on April Fool's Day, but later updated and retitled the video to confirm that Fushigi na Somera-chan is getting an anime.

Text: Urgent report
Text: To all refugees...
Text: From the voices aching for a third season...
Text: Comes an anime adaptation!
Text: Director - Itsuki Imazaki
Text: Choboraunyopomi Theater's new chapter
Text: Fushigi na Somera-chan
Text: An anime plan is beginning!
Text: Please look forward to it!

Source: Comic Natalie


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