Magical Girl Destroyers TV Anime Gets Blue in New Teaser PV

Original series about otaku culture hits Mainichi Broadcasting System in 2023

Wielding a witch's crook with a bulbous blue eyeball protruding from the top of it, Blue prepares to wreak havoc in a scene from the upcoming Magical Girl Destroyers TV anime.


A new teaser trailer has been revealed for Magical Girl Destroyers (known in Japan as Mahou Shoujo Magical Destroyers), an upcoming original TV anime based on artwork by JUN INAGAWA that follows the misadventures of an unlikely group of anti-heroes attempting to reclaim otaku culture from an oppressive organization.


The video (below) focuses on the perspective of Blue (CV: Aimi), a magical girl who speaks in Kansai dialect and who—despite her cool and aloof appearance—possesses a very dirty mind.



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Set in a dystopic near future where otaku culture in Japan has been obliterated by a mysterious organization known as "SSC", Magical Girl Destroyers follows the misdaventures of Otaku Hero—a young revolutionary who loves otaku culture—and Anarchy, Blue, and Pink, a trio of magical girls who admire him. Together they struggle to create "a world where you can say what you like about what you like as much as you like."


A new key visual for the upcoming Magical Girl Destroyers TV anime featuring the main characters Anarchy, Blue, Pink, and Otaku Hero posing against a backdrop of the Tokyo skyline at night and a ruined city during the day. In the background, a man in a business suit with a television for a head is also visible.


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Magical Girl Destroyers is directed by Hiroshi Ikehata and features animation production by Bibury Animation Studios. The series is scheduled to broadcast in Japan on Mainichi Broadcasting System and other stations beginning in 2023.


Source: Comic Natalie


Copyright notice: © Magical Destroyers Committee


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