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Mō Hitotsu no Sekai OVAs

Mahou sensei negima mouhitotsu no sekai

Mou Hitotsu no Sekai

A fourth set of OVAs was announced in the Mahō Sensei Negima: Ala Alba event held on February 11, 2009.[1] The series is officially titled Magical Teacher Negima! ~Another World~(魔法先生ネギま!もうひとつの世界)Mahō Sensei Negima: Mō Hitotsu no Sekai.[2] This OVAs series, covering the Journey to Magic World arc, will be bundled with the manga starting with volume 27 in Summer, 2009.[3] Just like the previous OVA adaption, this series will again be produced by Shaft in cooperation with Studio Pastoral.[2] A theatrical film adaptation is planned to be made if sales are good.[1]

So far, four of the OVA's have been introduced. The first starts off from where we left off with the Ala Alba Ova series. Ala Alba tours England until they are found by Ayaka and co., and end up going back to Wales. There they go to the magic world where clues about Negi's father are said to be found, but a few hitch hikers come along, later revealed to be a few more of his own students. The second has everyone separated and all over the magic world. Negi has to find them and get them back home. In the third OVA, Negi and Kotarou are competing a tournament to earn enough money to save some of Negi's students who have became slaves. The fourth OVA was released August 17,2010 with a fifth announced for November 17, 2010 entitled Magical Girl Yue and follows Yue Ayase after the Ala Alba are scattered across the magic world.

To conclude the Journey to Magic World arc an animated theatrical movie feature called "Anime Final" will be released in Japanese theaters on August 27.

Episodes

# Title Date Released
OAD 1 "Destroyed? Negi Party!" 17 September 2009
Ala Alba tours England until they are found by Ayaka, and end up going back to Wales. There they go to the magic world where clues about Negi's father are said to be found.
OAD 2 "We'll look for my friends!" 17 November 2009
Through the magic of forced transportation, the Ala Alba was scattered across the magic world. Negi has to find them and get them back home.
OAD 3 "The Birth of a new teacher and student duo" 17 May 2010
Negi and Kotarou are competing a tournament to earn enough money to save some of Negi's students who have became slaves
OAD 4 "Road or father, or the way of the teacher?" 17 August 2010
To get more power, Negi and sentenced to two methods from Racan of the disbanded Ala Rubra! One way to light steadily for the father Nagi. Another way was dark and walked the teacher Evangeline.
OAD 5 "♥ Magical Girl Yue" (Extra) 17 November 2010
After the Ala Alba are scattered across the magic world Yue Ayase finds herself at a Magical Academy suffering from a head wound and amnesia. Yue enrolls in the magical school where she steadily improves her magical abilities.

Theme Song Collection

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Theme Song Collection Cover

A Mini-album was released simultaneously with Volume 32 featuring the theme songs from the Mō Hitotsu no Sekai OADs, including "♥ Magical Girl Yue" episode themes.
# Title Artist Episode
1 LOVE Drive Kanda Akemi, Noto Mamiko, Nonaka Ai, Kobayashi Yuu & Satou Rina 1-4 (Opening)
2 Get a Chance! Satou Rina, Inoue Marina, Koyama Rikiya, Shimura Yumi, Yabe Masahito, Ono Daisuke & Matsuoka Yuki 1-4 (Ending)
3 Magical Twinkle Sky Kuwatani Natsuko, Satou Satomi, Taketatsu Ayana & Hanazawa Kana 5 (Opening)
4 Good vibration!! Kuwatani Natsuko, Satou Satomi, Taketatsu Ayana & Hanazawa Kana 5 (Ending)
5 LOVE Drive (off vocal version) Kanda Akemi, Noto Mamiko, Nonaka Ai, Kobayashi Yuu & Satou Rina
6 Get a Chance! (off vocal version) Satou Rina, Inoue Marina, Koyama Rikiya, Shimura Yumi, Yabe Masahito, Ono Daisuke & Matsuoka Yuki
7 Magical Twinkle Sky (off vocal version) Kuwatani Natsuko, Satou Satomi, Taketatsu Ayana & Hanazawa Kana
8 Good vibration!! (off vocal version) Kuwatani Natsuko, Satou Satomi, Taketatsu Ayana & Hanazawa Kana
9 Kamojio SP

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 ?
  2. 2.0 2.1 News article on Neko to Negima! to Seiyū-san blog (Japanese) (2009-03-16). Retrieved on 2009-03-18.
  3. Ken Akamatsu's 2009's diary (Japanese) (2009-02-11). Retrieved on 2009-02-17.

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