Tag Archives: Maerchen Maedchen
For the spring 2018 season of anime, we were reminded that the anime industry can be an incredibly harsh place. It’s unfortunate, but that isn’t what I want to focus on. Instead, I will be looking back over what I … Continue reading
Good news: episode 10 is an improvement over episode 9 in terms of animation quality. Bad news: this is the last episode we will be getting of Maerchen Maedchen, as the broadcast has been suspended. I don’t know if or … Continue reading
After being absent for a couple of weeks, Maerchen Maedchen returns. In preparation for the next round of the Hexennacht, the Japanese team decide to hold a training camp.
It has only taken us eight episodes to get there, but we are now finally getting to see the Hexennacht. Up first, the Indian school takes on the German school and that is followed by a match between the Japanese … Continue reading
It is almost time for the Hexennacht to take place in episode seven of Maerchen Maedchen, but one of the first teams up is uneasy about their initial opponent.
It’s only taken six episodes, but Maerchen Maedchen now actually has something resembling a proper opening animation rather than scenes taken from the show and put together – it seems there was a reason we had to wait, and that … Continue reading
You know, it feels like time is just flying by recently. It seems like only yesterday that the current season of anime started, but we are now already halfway through. This season has been a pretty spectacular one so far, … Continue reading
The date of the preliminary match between the Japanese and Coalition schools draws nearer in episode 5 of Maerchen Maedchen. Meanwhile, Hazuki comes to terms with the events of the previous episode.
The Hexennacht draws ever closer in episode 4 of Maerchen Maedchen, but Hazuki still has yet to master her magic and Shizuka is having doubts as well.
The Hexennacht draws ever closer in Maerchen Maedchen, but Hazuki has still yet to master her magic. Episode three focuses on her training, and we are also introduced to the leaders of other magic schools from around the world.