Magic-Kyun! Renaissance

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  • Infiltrates Boys Club. Creates Reverse Harem.
    At the high school for sparkle art, the lone girl on the events committee manages to overcome choking testosterone and forming a reverse harem. Good for her.

    This one was weird. I mean, the characters were pretty basic; you've got the lego brick, her main dude, the socially awkward one, the dad, the playboy, the whiner, the normal one, and the lesbian best friend that no one can figure out why ...
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  • It didn't sparkle for me
    Magic-kyun Renaissance is your typical otome game adapted anime, and in that respect it was merely okay. The art is absolutely wonderful but I felt that some of the characters didn't get as much development. Aigasaki Kohana, the main character, is more active and outgoing than in some other otome adapted animes but she is very much a Mary-Sue. The concept of magical arts is rather flimsy as ...
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  • A little different from your usual otome adaptions
    Magic-Kyun! Renaissance follows Kohana Aigasaki as she transfers to a school where artists have the power to conjure magical sparkles from their artwork. Yes, I realize how that sounds and in some ways it is quite cliche (actually, really cliche).
    But what kept me coming back if the plot was cliche? Why, the characters of course! Kohana as the protagonist isn't idle or quiet or weak, ...
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