Magic Maker: Isekai Mahou no Tsukurikata Anime Announced With Teaser Trailer & Visual
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Magic Maker: Isekai Mahou no Tsukurikata Anime Announced With Teaser Trailer & Visual

Magic Maker: How to Create Magic in Another World anime is coming in 2025!

Magic Maker: How to Create Magic in Another World Credit: Kazuki Kaburagi & Kururi / Media Factory / Studio DEEN

An anime adaptation for Magic Maker: Isekai Mahou no Tsukurikata (Magic Maker: How to Create Magic in Another World) has been announced for a 2025 premiere. The first teaser trailer and key visual were revealed, along with information about the fantasy anime's main Japanese voice cast and staff. Megumi Han (Gon in Hunter x Hunter) will voice Sion, and Ai Kakuma (Nefertima in Fluffy Paradise) will voice Marie.

You can check out the first key visual for Magic Maker anime below:

Magic Maker: How to Create Magic in Another World Credit: Kazuki Kaburagi & Kururi / Media Factory / Studio DEEN

Studio DEEN is producing the animation of Magic Maker: Isekai Mahou no Tsukurikata, with Kazuomi Koga (Rent-a-Girlfriend) as the director, Keiichiro Ochi (Go! Go! Loser Ranger!) as series composer, Takayuki Noguchi (The Greatest Demon Lord Is Reborn as a Typical Nobody) as character designer, and Kei Yoshikawa and Kana Hashiguchi as music composers.

What is Magic Maker about?

The anime is based on the Magic Maker: Isekai Mahou no Tsukurikata light novel series written by Kazuki Kaburagi and illustrated by Kururi. It began serialization online in June 2027 before it was acquired by Media Factory, which published two volumes of the series since May 2020.

Magic Maker features the story of two siblings from a minor noble family that includes: Sion, a shy bookworm who loves magic in his past life, and Marie, the outdoorsy elder sister. When Sion one days asks his father about the existence of sorcery, he was met with confusion, and the sibling duo go venture out to discover it .

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The fantasy series also received a manga adaptation with art by Tomozo Nishioka, and it was serialized via the Manga Doa app from June 2021 to February 2023 and was compiled in three tankōbon volumes by Mag Garden.


Source: Press Release

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