What does Magikano bring to the harem comedy genre? Absolutely nothing, of course. This is a collection of gags in search of a plotline, and when it finally does find a story to tell, the change in tone is so abrupt that you end up wishing it had stayed pointless and stupid. As a slapstick comedy, it runs out of ideas too soon and gets mired in cliche; as a showcase of bishoujo fanservice, the characters stop being interesting after the first couple of girls; finally, as a fantasy tale of witchcraft and wizardry, it starts out with too thin of a backstory and becomes needlessly complex at the end. In other words, the series is unable to excuse itself with the "it gets better" clause, because it starts out mediocre and only gets worse.
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