Negima! User Reviews

Negima! is an anime series in the Negima! franchise
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Where's the Magic? Reviewed by ThePsychoGamer on Jan. 31, 2010. ThePsychoGamer has written 23 reviews. His/her last review was for Negima!. 28 out of 37 users recommend his reviews. 3 out of 3 users found this review helpful.
Intro
      Negima! is an anime about a ten year old wizard in training who in the last part of his training has to teach a roudy group of middle school girls while keeping his magic a secret, douse this sound like a plot to a bad harem? well it is.
 
Story/Review
       Well there's really not much more to the plot, i guess some might debate that the three real battles in the anime might count, but to me, they just felt like side stories, not in the least important to the small plot. As for the story, it seems the main focus is on the fact that Negi is a ten year old teacher instead of the fact that he's a wizard, for most of the anime, it can be safely forgotten that Negi is a wizard for most of the anime. Another problem about the story structure is how fast it reaches the best action scene in the anime. It's about four episode and involves Negi fighting Eva, a vampire cursed to go through middle school for the rest of eternity. The fight never gos above mildly interesting though. All the other fights just seem way to easy to be interesting. As for the humor of the anime, there are a lot of jokes, but most just fall flat, I'd like to compare it to Dane Cook or Wanda Skypes, but unlike those two, this anime has one funny joke, a boob expansion/exploding, The animation style for the most part is average though they really would've dialed down the brightness. The ending is also terrible.
Pros
Midly funny boob joke
 
Cons
cheap ending, little plot, not funny
 
In conclusion
I really don know what else to say about the terrible anime it is just that bad
2/5
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