Puella magi Madoka Magica is a Japanese anime television series created by Magic Quartet. This series was originally made in 2011. There are 3 series till now and have many episodes inside them there are two different games which word made according to this movie and a novel is also written on this.
The name of these games is Namco Bandai Games and Namco Bandai Games, nitro pulse. The novel’s name was Nitroplus books.
The first movie which was named as Anime films beginning was directed by Akiyuki Shinbo and Yukihiro Miyamoto. It was written by Gen Urobuchi. This was the first movie which was released on October 6 2012 and the time which was done is 130 minutes.
The second movie of Anime films eternal was released on October 13, 2012, and the director and the writer were the same which were in the first movie and the runtime was 110 minutes.
The third movie was named Anime film rebellion. The director and the writer of this movie were also the same this was released on October 26 2013 and the runtime was 116 minutes.
The fourth movie which was named a Manga Puella magi Madoka Magica the movie rebellion. Was written and directed by the same person which was mentioned above in the first movie it was originally run from November 12, 2013, to January 10, 2014. In this, there were three volumes.
Puella magi Madoka magic revealed to the big announcement on its 10th-anniversary event which was held on 25th April the production of the movie 4 which was Puella Magi Madoka magic the movie Walpurgis No Kaiten and new project titled Puella Magi Madoka Magica scene 0 for the magi record game.
Till now there are not any such announcement which was made by the makers about the release date.
The director and the writer of the 4th season will be the same who has written and directed this movie from the first movie. This movie will be the sequel to the last 3 movies. There will be a collection of music which will be included in the mobile games and a story by various artists as well as the vocal track by j pop artist trysail.
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