Tokyo-based film/stage play producing company Odd Entertainment has announced that a stage play based on Shaft's magical girl project Magical Suite Prism Nana is set to be performed at Sunshine Theater in Tokyo eight times from September 13 to 18 in 2017, and revealed its main cast members today. Hit the jump for more details.
Back when Madoka Magica was super-hot, SHAFT introduced original magical girl project Prism Nana, featuring character design is by light novel illustrator Kantoku, known for work on HENNEKO. There's been a series of seven pilot shorts, a soundtrack box for Comiket and a pachinko machine, but little noise since 2013. Now, there's at least a hint of something more. More after the jump.
You'd be excused for forgetting about Magical Suite Prism Nana, the magic girl project from SHAFT, the studio who brought us Madoka Magica. It was last heard from when a collection of collection of music from seven pilots, with remix and new track in a pop up display were offered at Comiket 84. Now, Comiket 86 starting next weekend, the project is back, in at least a small capacity.
SHAFT, the studio who brought us Madoka Magica, offered a collection of collection of music from seven the original magic girl the Magical Suite Prism Nana pilots, with remix and new track in a pop up display box to the recent Comiket 84. The package will be offered again at next weekend's Kyoto International Manga Anime Fair. Check out the promo after the jump.
SHAFT, the studio who brought us Madoka Magica and more recently [email protected], has shared the seventh and final promo pilot video for new mahou shoujo anime project Magical Suite Prism Nana. Original character design is by light novel illustrator Kantoku, known for work on the series on which this season's HENNEKO was based. Get a look after the jump.
Going into the week, Shaft, the folks behind Madoka Magica, posted the sixth of seven planned pilot shorts for their new mahou shoujo project, Magical Suite Prism Nana. However, YouTube yanked their brief beaches animation "as a violation of YouTube's policy on nudity or sexual content." The thing is, it's hardly beyond the pale by anime standards. Get a look after the jump.