Reviewing Magic-Based Animated Shows

The magic genre of popular anime culture feeds into the notion of fantasy worlds where anything is possible. The shows include elements of science fiction in a combination of fantasy that makes the shows appealing to all audiences. Newcomers to the genre review recent and popular releases that are intriguing to them.

Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic

Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic appeared before audiences in October of 2012 initially. It soon became popular and continued to air fifty episodes spanning up to March 2014. According to popular anime guides, the production tells the story of powerful Djinns who rule over individuals locked in their dungeon. Each inmate is given the chance to complete a maze and gain their deepest wish from the Djinns.

Fairy Tail Anime

Fairy Tail is based on a multi-faceted world in which all forms of magic exists and is used each day. The anime rivals the popularity of Sailor Moon and similar anime shows. It includes a wide cast of characters such as monsters and sorcerers. Production of the anime started in 2009 and ended in 2013, and there are one hundred seventy-five episodes.

The Legend of the Legendary Heroes

The anime was short lived and lasted only twenty-four episodes. However, it remains a popular choice among streaming services. The show depicts the story of Ryner Lute and the warrior, Ferris Eris. The two embark upon an adventure to generate world peace by reclaiming magical relics found throughout their journey.

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

The anime series follows the story of Edward and Alphonse Elric. The two brothers who are found guilty of transmutation, the highest crime in alchemy are punished for their crime. After the forbidden act, one brother is stripped of a leg and the other is forced out of his body. It is not until three years after this crime that the brothers discover the Philosopher’s Stone, and the real journey begins.

The increase in the popularity of this anime genre led to the release of a vast collection of Japanese titles. The genre fuses science fiction elements with fantasy and magic. Viewers who want to watch the shows can review the latest magic anime releases on their preferred streaming service.