Akiba Souken, a Japanese news/community site specialized in otaku-related information conducted a web popularity poll for Japanese magical girl anime series between October 25 and November 13. As expected, Shaft's Puella Magi Madoka Magica won the pole with 348 votes. Check the top 20 ranking after the jump.
Umai-Bo is a Japanese savory snack that's often mentioned in anime and manga such as Gintama and Kuroko's Basketball with tweaked names and anime series such as Macross F and Railgun converted their characters into the snack's goofy artwork. The most recent victim, or willing participant depending on your view is Puella Magi Madoka Magica. Watch the video after the jump!
Friendship is a beautiful thing for both men and women, which anime does a great job portraying, however idealized it may be. While many female otaku fantasize over male friendship in anime, there are lots of anime focused on the friendship between girls as well. Polling site Goo Ranking recently asked Japanese men which anime make them roll around in joy when they watch to see displays of friendship between girls. See the result after the jump!
The girls of Puella Magi Madoka Magica already have enough apparel offerings to outfit themselves from head to toe, as there are hats, contact lenses, clothing, tights and even nail film, but they didn't need any of that to be featured in a fashion magazine where they appear as models. See the pages after the jump!
To celebrate the forthcoming release of the third film this October, Aniplex Mobile has released new Puella Magica Madoka Magica stamps for LINE users following the earlier release of Magi stamps. Now you can force your friend into a contract using these new stamps in LINE.. See the full line up after the jump!