Looks like we’re getting magical girls getting to kill each other off again! According to the wrap-around jacket for Vol. 7 of Kentarou Satou’s Magical Girl Site manga, the series is getting itself a TV anime adaptation. That adaptation will happen in 2018. It also announced that it will be transferring from the Champion Tap! manga website to the main Weekly Shounen Champion magazine.
According to Seven Seas Entertainment, which licences and distributes the manga in the west, the manga’s story follows:
Asagiri Aya is a young girl who has fallen victim to bullies at her school. Looking for a way to escape her troubles, she looks to the Internet for distraction, when a mysterious website called “Magical Girl Site” appears. Simply viewing the page is all it takes to hurtle Aya headlong into the deadly world of the Magical Girl Apocalypse. There, it’s fight or die, against a seemingly endless array of savagely adorable, frilly-skirted killing machines, each armed with magical powers and an unquenchable thirst for blood and chaos.
Magical Girl Site is actually a spin-off of Magical Girl Apocalypse, which is also by mangaka Kentarou Satou. While the main manga still hasn’t received its own TV anime, this spin-off actually gets one first. More details will be revealed about this new horror anime in the days to come.
Amazon Japan is now accepting pre-orders for the standard version, and it costs 3,200 yen.
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