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Mahou Shoujo Tokushusen Asuka
Mahou Shoujo Tokushusen Asuka

Due to the invasion of Disas—enigmatic creatures of soil from the land of the dead—mankind, who was on the verge of crisis, was saved by the efforts of magical girls who had obtained a mysterious magical power... Three years later, new incidents suddenly occur, tearing apart the normalcy of the girls who had each returned to their normal lives. The saviours of humanity, those magical girls called "The Magical Five" now live each day fighting for their lives, even as they are trifled with by fate...

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Synonyms : Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka
Genres : Drama Seinen Magic
Season : Winter 2019
Rating : Teen +17
Status : Ongoing
Type : TV Series
First Aired : Jan 11, 2019
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ZhonLord Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka is the latest of many spiritual successors to Madoka Magica, and while I would have loved to see this show break new ground and make the next big leap for magical girl shows.... it stumbles at the jump line. It has extraordinary potential, and makes strides in a number of directions, but it never fully commits to what it’s trying to do. What results is a lot of intriguing ideas that are clouded by gratuitous violence, torture porn, stereotypes that bring little new to the table, and a villain group that’s kept so deeply in the dark that there’s nothing to invest in them as antagonists. This show starts off looking like it’s going to seriously tackle PTSD and give it the just representation it deserves, framed in a Magical Girl world where the big invading enemy has already been defeated and everyone is living with the consequences of having survived that war. There’s terrorists wielding a sudden spread of magical weapons that make those groups even more dangerous, the Magical Girls themselves dealing with lost friends and comrades and flashbacks to the horrors that they lived through, bystanders getting caught in the crossfire and coping with it in various ways, all great material and potential! But then it focuses on worldbuilding to the point of cheapening / ignoring character growth or development. It builds up the villains as having “some” big goal in mind, but never hints to what it is beyond late-story character Chisato’s treatment by both her previous life and the Brigade. It arbitrarily preaches how “the world is awful but there are good things in it”. One of two active Brigade members starts talking about turning the world on its head. One of the main cast talks about fighting forever instead of building a life outside of war (as if that’s a good thing to aspire to). It throws in torture that’s blended with BDSM as if that makes the torture acceptable… I could go on. The production values on this show are fantastic, unfortunately – the action intense, character designs excellent, animation detailed even if it does get a little too bloodshed-happy at times, the music fitting and chosen well to suit each scene. But rather than a redeeming factor, it just drives home just how poor the story and characters are. Asuka, the main focus of the show, starts off as a serious victim of PTSD who’s struggling with everything and by the end just… puts her life after war on hold because she has to keep fighting, and the show portrays that as a good thing. Kurumi, the other main-focus Magical Girl, is a psychotic Yandere on par with Gasai Yuno herself – and she’s also portrayed as a positive example of coping with her issues, or at least that her issues are irrelevant – which she is absolutely not. The most stable of the cast are one of the bystanders and Just Cause, who both at least make rational choices based on the world they know and what they want to accomplish. Everyone else… Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka is a show that doesn’t know what it wants to be or do. It has pieces of high-gore shock value, pieces of genuinely thought-provoking concepts, pieces of a story on the horrors a child soldier lives through, and pieces of a shadow group’s rise to power… and those pieces don’t fit together into a coherent whole. By all means give this show a try, but don’t expect much of a payoff or for serious problems to get the respect they deserve.
3 months ago
lordvell Awesome. Ptsd is serious and they graphically reenact why. 9 out 10 " the cliches ha so far
5 months ago
Casshernn After watching the available episodes (1 &2) - I have to admit, it's well structured, and the characters thus far are well thought out. The storyline is solid and I'm personally enjoying the "gruesome" take on Magical Girls, which is a type of anime I'm not very big into - but I'm enjoying this!
5 months ago
silverwinghd Could become good depending how story keeps on going. Shit load of cliches sadly.
5 months ago
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