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The Irregular at Magic High School

The Irregular at Magic High School
The first light novel volume of The Irregular at Magic High School published by Dengeki Bunko. It features Tatsuya and Miyuki on the cover.
(Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei)
Genre Action, Romance, Supernatural
Novel series
Written by Tsutomu Satō
Published by
Original run October 12, 2008March 21, 2011
Volumes 6
Light novel
Written by Tsutomu Satō
Illustrated by Kana Ishida
Published by Dengeki Bunko
English publisher
Demographic Male
Original run July 10, 2011 – ongoing
Volumes 18
Anime television series
Directed by Manabu Ono
Music by Taku Iwasaki
Studio Madhouse
Licensed by
Network Tokyo MX, GTV, GYT, MBS, CTC, tvk, TVS, TVA, TVQ, TVh, AT-X, BS11
English network
Original run April 5, 2014September 27, 2014
Episodes 26
Related media
  • Manga adaptions
  • Video game adaptions

The Irregular at Magic High School, known in Japanese as Mahōka Kōkō no Rettōsei (魔法科高校の劣等生, lit. "The Poor Performing Student of a Magic High School"), is a Japanese web novel series by Tsutomu Satō. It was published on Syosetu, an internet web novel, between October 12, 2008 and March 21, 2011. Satō reached a deal with Dengeki Bunko and began releasing his work in a light novel format beginning July 10, 2011. Beginning in 2013, each story arcs received a manga adaption with varying mangaka and publishers. That same year, an anime adaptation by Madhouse was announced and was broadcast between April and September 2014. The Irregular at Magic High School franchise had been localized for English by two companies: The light novels and one of the manga adaptions are licensed by Yen Press while Aniplex of America licensed the anime series. The anime series was simulcasted on four networks, and was later made available on Netflix.

The story takes place in an alternate history where magic exists and is polished with modern technology. It follows Tatsuya and Miyuki Shiba, siblings who enroll into First High magic high school. While keeping their connections to the infamous Yotsuba clan secret, they attempt to live their daily life in peace where Tatsuya is shunned for his apparent ineptness and Miyuki is validated for her skills.

The series has been well received. The light novels appeared on Sugoi Japan's 2015 polls and since 2011, was one of the top selling series with 5.3 million copies sold as of 2014. In addition, its manga and anime adaptions also appeared on top selling charts. English reviewers had been mixed to negative responses towards the anime adaptation. The complex technicality of magic within the series was received warmly but the exposition was criticized for being heavy, unclear, and poorly executed.


  • Plot 1
    • Main characters 1.1
  • Publication and conception 2
    • Volume list 2.1
  • Manga adaptions 3
  • Anime adaptation 4
  • Video game adaptions 5
  • Reception 6
  • Notes and references 7
  • External links 8


The series is set in a world with an alternate history, where magic exists and has been polished with modern technology. However, the ability to use magic is determined by genetics, limiting the amount of magicians in existence. Following the Third World War, the world's superpowers shifted to these four nations: The United States of North America (USNA), New Soviet Union, the Great Asian Alliance, and Japan. In Japan, the magic community are informally overseen by the ten Master Clans in place of the government. Due to the limited amount of magicians, they are treated as commodity and are forced to enter magic related schools and professions. Nine magic high schools exist in Japan; they each specialize in different aspects of magic and are just referred to by their numbers.

The story follows Tatsuya Shiba, a bodyguard to his sister Miyuki Shiba who is also a candidate to succeed the Master Clan, Yotsuba. They enroll into First High School which segregates its students based on their magical abilities. Miyuki is enlisted as a first course student and is viewed as one of the best students, while Tatsuya is in the second course and considered to be magically inept. However, Tatsuya's technical knowledge, combat abilities, and unique magic techniques causes people to view him as an irregular to the school's system.

Main characters

Tatsuya Shiba (司波 達也 Shiba Tatsuya) and Miyuki Shiba (司波 深雪 Shiba Miyuki)

Tatsuya and Miyuki are siblings of the same year and children to Tatsurou Shiba and the late Miya Yotsuba; their parents had a loveless forced marriage, and when their mother died, their father married his mistress, Sayuri Furuha, leaving the siblings to live by themselves. Due to the unconscious influence of his aunt and Yotsuba leader, Maya Yotsuba, while inside his mother's womb, Tatsuya was born with the unique magic to decompose, reconstruct, and detonate matter. Knowing that the Yotsuba will view Tatsuya as a threat and execute him, Miyuki was genetically modified to seal Tatsuya's power and to increase her own power. As further safeguards, Tatsuya received training to be Miyuki's bodyguard, and had most of his emotions magically dulled save for his sisterly love. Regardless, Tatsuya is treated with ire by the members of the Yotsuba clan. During a family vacation in Okinawa, Tatsuya wards off an invasion by the Great Asian Alliance and becomes acquainted with Kazama Harunobu, the major of the 101 Independent Magic-Equipped Battalion, a connection he often uses. At some point during his life, Tatsuya developed an interest in engineering magical technology and commercialized revolutionary technology through his family's company, Four Leaves Technology, under the identity Silver Taurus. He is voiced by Yuichi Nakamura.[1]

Miyuki is a talented magician, and combined with her modifications, considered to be one of the strongest in the world and a candidate to succeed the Yotsuba. Her specialty is freezing magic, and her unique magic allows her to freeze a person's consciousness. In addition, half of her magic casting abilities is usually used to restrain Tatsuya's powers. Before the family vacation in Okinawa, Miyuki treated Tatsuya coldly akin to how the other Yotsuba clan members did. She begins to warm up to him and when Tatsuya saves her life, devotes her existence to him. It evolves to the point she disdains the touch of other males and expresses jealousy towards females around Tatsuya. Genetically different from Tatsuya, Miyuki professes her love to him following their engagement under Maya's orders. She is voiced by Saori Hayami.[1]

In Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi!, both Tatsuya and Miyuki have ranked on their character polls.[2] Outside of the franchise, Tatsuya and Miyuki also appear in Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax.[3]

Tatsuya's group

Tatsuya's group consists of seven classmates whom he spends time with during his daily school life and depends on when situations arises.

  • Erika Chiba[Jp. 1] is the daughter of the head of the Chiba family and a mistress which results in a strained relationship with her family. She has a tomboyish and optimistic personality, and is considered one of the best Chiba swordsman. Her magic is used to enhance her sword and combat techniques. She considers Mizuki to be her best friend and has a crush on Tatsuya. She is voiced by Yumi Uchiyama.[1]
  • Mizuki Shibata[Jp. 2] is a girl with the disposition called crystal eyes which allows her to see the components of magic invisible to most people. Her ability mentally strains her, requiring her to wear glasses to control her vision. She has a timid, calm, and feminine personality. She is voiced by Satomi Sato.[1]
  • Leonhard Saijo[Jp. 3], commonly refereed to as Leo, is the grandson of a Fortress Series modified magician. His grandfather was one of the few spared from the Fortress Series' instabilities, which causes early death or psychosis. Leo inherited his grandfather's physical augmentations and fears he may also have inherited the Fortress Series' faults. During combat, Leo uses magic to fortify objects or his own body to augment his combat abilities. He is voiced by Takuma Terashima.[1]
  • Mikihiko Yoshida[Jp. 4] is a fallen prodigy of the Yoshida family which is known for their magic involving spirits. An unknown accident caused a decrease to Mikihiko's ability to utilize magic. His involvement with Tatsuya restores his confidence, allowing him to regain his magical talents. He is voiced by Atsushi Tamaru.[1]
  • Honoka Mitsui[Jp. 5] is a descendant to a group of extinct magician refereed to as the Elements. The Elements specialized in one of the six elements of magic and, due to genetic modifications in the past, have loyalty and obedience written into their genes. Honoka uses light magic, and her Element's loyalty are directed towards Tatsuya. She is voiced by Sora Amamiya.[1]
  • Shizuku Kitayama[Jp. 6] is Honoka's best friend and daughter to an extremely wealthy man. Shizuku is a mature and tactful person who rarely shows emotion. She inherited her mother's talent for magic and specializes in oscillation magic. She is voiced by Yuiko Tatsumi.[1]
  • Minami Sakurai[Jp. 7] is the niece of Hoonami Sakurai, Miya Yotsuba's guardian. Both Minami and Hoonami were created in Yotsuba's lab to serve the clan, and specialize in barrier type magic. Minami is Miyuki's junior and serves as her maid and second bodyguard.
The Student Council and Disciplinary Committee

The student council is the select few students which provides a liaison between the teachers and students. Meanwhile, the Disciplinary Committee consists of students and are essentially rule enforcers. The third less notable committee is the Extracurricular Activities Federation who ensures that school clubs don't come into conflict with each other. The three committees are closely related and work together to preserve the peace on campus.

Mayumi Saegusa[Jp. 8] is the student council president during the Shiba siblings first year at school. She puts on a coy and innocent facade but is actually mischievous and highly intelligent and perceptive. Mayumi is talented as a sniper and her form of offensive magic involves firing dry ice as projectiles. During the course of the story, she manipulates Miyuki into joining the student council, and Tatsuya into the Disciplinary Committee. She develops an attraction to Tatsuya and places him in awkward situations for fun. After enrolling into Magic University, her twin sisters, Kasumi and Izumi Saegusa, enroll into First High. Mayumi is voiced by Kana Hanazawa.[1]

Two people worked alongside Mayumi during the year. The first is Mari Watanabe[Jp. 9] who is the leader of the Disciplinary Committee. Mari has a tomboyish personality but becomes completely feminine in front of her boyfriend, Chiba Naotsugu, who is also Erika's half brother. For combat, she uses a whip like blade and uses magic to manipulate toxic chemicals. Second is Jumonji Katsuto[Jp. 10], the leader of the Extracurricular Activities Federation. Jumonji is the next head for the Katsuto clan and inherited the clans barrier magic Phalanx; an impenetrable and perpetual barrier used for defensive and offensive purposes. Both the Saegusa and Katsuto are members of the Master Clan, forcing Mayumi and Jumonji to be politically involved in the magician community outside of school. Mari is voiced by Marina Inoue while Jumonji by Junichi Suwabe.[1]

During the Shiba siblings second year, Jumonji is succeeded by Hanzo Hattori Gyobushoujo[Jp. 11], one of the strongest magic students. Mayumi is succeeded by Azusa Nakajou[Jp. 12], a timid and youthful looking girl. Azusa has an interest in magic engineering and suspects Tatsuya is Taurus Silver. She is able to use a unique magic named after her, Azusa Dream, to forcefully calm down crowds. Mari is succeeded by Kanon Chiyoda[Jp. 13], an impulsive and good-natured girl. She is engaged to Isori Kei[Jp. 14], an androgynous and timid boy, and loves him dearly. Hanzo is voiced by Ryohei Kimura, Azusa is voiced by Saki Ogasawara, Kanon is voiced by Saori Onishi and Isori is voiced by Sōma Saitō.[1][4]

Other characters
  • Masaki Ichijo[Jp. 15] is a first-year student from Third High School and a successor to the Ichijo Master Clan. His combat magic includes manipulating air, water molecules, and his unique magic allows him to evaporate water within a living being's body. He is often accompanied by his best friend, Shinkuro Kichijoji[Jp. 16], who is credited as discovering one of the sixteen codes fundamental to magic. Shinkuro feels indebted to the Ichijo family for adopting him after his parents' death and promises to serve them forever. After losing the nine school competition, they both seek to improve themselves to overcome Tatsuya. Masaki is voiced by Yoshitsugu Matsuoka while Shinkuro by Ayumu Murase.[1]
  • Haruka Ono[Jp. 17] is an agent for the Ministry of Public Safety and infiltrates the school as a counselor. She takes both her duties seriously and frequently assists Tatsuya in gathering information. In addition, Haruka disposition enhances her concealment magic; she also trains under Yakumo Kokonoe to enhance her hiding abilities. She is voiced by Sakura Tange.[5]
  • Yakumo Kokonoe[Jp. 18] is a master of ninjutsu, a minority and an older form of magic. He chooses to isolate himself from magician politics and spends most of his time gathering information and training his disciples.He is voiced by Ryōtarō Okiayu[6]
  • Pixy[Jp. 19] is a Humanoid Home Helper, an android designed to serve humans. She was created and owned by First High's robotics club. During the Visitor Arc, she is used as a vessel for a supernatural sentient being dubbed as parasites. The parasite began identifying itself as Pixy, and due to Honoka's presence, has been instilled feelings of love towards Tatsuya. She is voiced by Nao Tōyama.[7]
  • Zhou Gongjin[Jp. 20] is the middle man who orchestrated all major conflicts in the series. He is part of an unknown organization and wishes to destroy the magic community from the Great Asian Alliance and Japan. He is voiced by Kōji Yusa.[8]
  • Angelina Kudo Shields[Jp. 21] is the leader of the USNA's magician army force known as Stars. Her military identity is Angie Sirius, and is considered one of the thirteen publicly declared strategic magicians. She is voiced by Yōko Hikasa.[9]

Publication and conception

The story was conceived around Tatsuya Shiba who's ability defied standardized testing, causing people to view him as a poor performing student or an irregular. Satō revealed that his scripting process for the Enrollment Arc and Visitor Arc were based on character behavior; the other story arcs were based on scenes the author wants to happen and scripts the story to reach that point. Satō professes that, unlike other writers, he does not feel his characters are alive or have a will of their own when scripting them.

Tsutomu Satō published his work on the online web novel website, Syosetu, between October 12, 2008 and March 21, 2011.[10] At some point during his publication on Syosetu, Satō sent an original work to Dengeki Bunko under a pseudonym. The original work's setting shared similarities to The Irregular at Magic High School causing an editor to deduce his identity and offer him a publication deal. On March 11, 2011, the author announced his work is going to be published as a light novel under the Dengeki Bunko imprint.[11] The author expressed some regret turning free content into paid commodity and cited his financial needs as the reason. The illustrations accompanying the light novels were done by Kana Ishida.[12] The first light novel volume was unable to accommodate the first story arc; deciding against cutting content from the web novel, it was split into two volumes and released a month later. On March 9, 2015, Yen Press announced its licensing of the light novels for English localization through Twitter.[13] Yen Press' first volume is slated for April 2016.[14]

Volume list

No. Translated title Japanese English
Release ISBN Release ISBN
1 Enrollment Arc (I)[Jp. 22] July 10, 2011[12] April 19, 2016[14]
The siblings, Tatsuya and Miyuki Shiba, begin their first day at First High School, one of the nine magic high schools in Japan; the school segregates its students as first course or second course based on magic practicality. Miyuki is considered a prodigy within first course, and is recruited as a member of the Student Council, while Tatsuya faces the scorn and prejudice alongside peers in second course. A scuffle caused by a first course student reveals Tatsuya's ability to predict magic before it is cast causing him to be recruited by the Disciplinary Committee with Miyuki's endorsement; in order to defend Miyuki's honor, Tatsuya displays his combat abilities to the Student Council, proving his competency as an enforcer. Shortly after, Tatsuya intervenes in a scuffle between the kendo and kenjutsu club and overwhelms the latter with his physical abilities.
2 Enrollment Arc (II)[Jp. 23] August 10, 2011[15]
Tatsuya garners the attention of an anti-magician faction called Blanche who send a classmate named Sayaka Mibu to solicit him. After declining her invitation, Blanche infiltrates First High to steal its research. Tatsuya and friends foil their attempt, and attacks their headquarters in return. Learning that the head of Blanche used mind controlling magic on its student collaborators, which includes Sayaka, Tatsuya was able to appeal their actions, absolving them of any punishment.
3 Nine Schools Competition Arc (I)[Jp. 24] November 10, 2011[16]
Plot 3
4 Nine Schools Competition Arc (II)[Jp. 25] December 10, 2011[17]
Plot 4
5 Summer Holiday Arc +1[Jp. 26] April 10, 2012[18]
Plot 5
6 Yokohama Disturbance Arc (I)[Jp. 27] July 10, 2012[19]
Plot 6
7 Yokohama Disturbance Arc (II)[Jp. 28] September 10, 2012[20]
Plot 7
8 Recollection Arc[Jp. 29] December 10, 2012[21]
Plot 8
9 Visitor Arc (I)[Jp. 30] March 10, 2013[22]
Plot 9
10 Visitor Arc (II)[Jp. 31] June 7, 2013[23]
Plot 10
11 Visitor Arc (III)[Jp. 32] August 10, 2013[24]
Plot 11
12 Double Seven Arc[Jp. 33] October 10, 2013[25]
Plot 12
13 Steeplechase Arc[Jp. 34] April 10, 2014[26]
Plot 13
14 Ancient City Insurrection Arc (I)[Jp. 35] September 10, 2014[27]
Plot 14
15 Ancient City Insurrection Arc (II)[Jp. 36] January 10, 2015[28]
Plot 15
16 Yotsuba Succession Arc[Jp. 37] May 9, 2015[29]
Plot 16
17 Master Clan Conference Arc (I)[Jp. 38] August 8, 2015[30]
Plot 17
18 Master Clan Conference Arc (II)[Jp. 39] November 10, 2015[31]
Plot 18

Manga adaptions

The Irregular at Magic High School was adapted into a manga series with storyboards by Fumino Hayashi and illustrations by Tsutomu Satō; it was serialized between GFantasy‍ '​s January 2012 and October 2013 issues.[32][33] Square Enix collected the individual chapters into four tankōbon volumes released between September 2012 to December 2013.[34][35] After the conclusion of the first manga adaption, it was immediately followed up with two more adaptions in GFantasy‍ '​s November 2013 issue; the two adaptions were subtitled Nine Schools Competition Arc and Yokohama Disturbance Arc, and are based on the same story arcs presented in the light novels.[36] The Nine Schools Competition Arc is illustrated by Tsuna Kitaumi and is currently ongoing. It was collected into four tankōbon volumes released between April 2014 and October 2015.[37][38] Meanwhile, the Yokohama Disturbance Arc is illustrated by Gin Amau and ended in the October 2015 issue.[39] It was collected into five tankōbon volumes released between April 2014 to November 2015.[40][41] A manga adaptation subtitled and based on the Recollection Arc was serialized between Dengeki Daioh‍ '​s April 2014 and September 2015 issue.[42][43] It is illustrated by Waki Ikawa and was collected and published in three tankōbon volumes under the Dengeki Comics Next imprint.[44] In the final chapter of the Yokohama Arc Amau announced he will adapt the Visitor Arc, the next part of the story.[45]

A spin-off manga titled The Honor Student at Magic High School (魔法科高校の優等生 Mahōka Kōkō no Yūtōsei) by Yu Mori is premiered in Dengeki Daioh‍ '​s June 2012 issue.[46] It is currently ongoing, and was collected into five tankōbon under the Dengeki Comics Next imprint.[47] Yen Press licensed the series' tankōbon volumes for a North American release with the first volume slated for November 2015.[48][49]

Anime adaptation

An anime adaptation of the light novel was announced during the Dengeki Bunko Fall Festival on October 6, 2013.[50] It is directed by Manabu Ono, animated by Madhouse.[50] It premiered on Tokyo Metropolitan Television, Gunma TV, and Tochigi TV on April 6, 2014;[51] nine other networks and three streaming services broadcast the series afterwards.[52] The final episode premiered on September 28.[51] The individual episodes were later encapsulated into ten DVD and Blu-ray volumes released between July 2014 and April 2015.[53][54]

In March 2014, Aniplex of America announced its acquisition for streaming rights to the anime series;[55] much later they unveiled their plans to release the series into three Blu-ray volumes which segregate the episodes by story arcs.[56] Four networks simulcasted the series with English subtitles: these include the Aniplex Channel, Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Daisuki.[57] In June 2014, the Australasia distributor, Hanabee Entertainment, announced its licensing of the series for streaming and home media release.[58][59] Months later, Netflix made the series available on their network.[60] Other notable English localization of the anime series include Animax Asia which began broadcasting the series in July 2015.[61]

Three related media to the anime were created. The first is a super deformed short series titled Get to Know Magic Studies![Jp. 40] by Aniplex.[62] These shorts were uploaded on Aniplex's YouTube channel, and was later English subtitled and uploaded on Aniplex of America's channel.[63] An internet radio show titled The Irregular at Magic High School Web Radio Full Bloom! Bloom Broadcasting Committee[Jp. 41], premiered on March 23, 2014 and is hosted by Sora Amamiya and Yuiko Tatsumi, the voice actresses for Honoka Mitsui and Shizuku Kitayama respectively;[64] the radio show episodes was later made available for purchase on CD.[65] The third is a radio drama DVD which was released in December 2014 and is based on the light novel's Recollection Arc.[66][67]

Video game adaptions

Three video game adaptions have been made for the franchise. The first is The Irregular at Magic High School: Out of Order by Bandai Namco Entertainment. It is a 3D fighting game for the PlayStation Vita and was released on December 25, 2014.[68] The second game is The Irregular at Magic High School: School Magicus Battle[Jp. 42], a Japanese role-playing game by Mobage. It was made available for Android, iOS, and feature phone in June 9, 2014.[69] The third game is The Irregular at Magic High School: Lost Zero, developed by BeXide and published by Square Enix. It was made available for the Android and iOS on September 4, 2014.[70]


The light novels have been well received. They were ranked were seventh in Sugoi Japan 2015 polls and since 2011, was one of the top selling light novel series in Japan.[71][72][73] As of 2014, 5.3 million copies of the light novel have been sold.[74] In addition, its manga and anime adaptions also appeared on top selling charts.[75][76]

Anime News Network had four editors review the first episode of the anime:[77] Carl Kimlinger saw potential in its take on a typical anime premise, praising Tatsuya as the lead protagonist and its handling of mysteries surrounding the plot; Theron Martin, although hopeful because of its male lead and plot concept, expressed criticism towards the indistinguishable animation and constant exposition for the viewers; and Rebecca Silverman felt that it was bland and nothing special. The fourth reviewer, Hope Chapman, expressed immediate dislike towards the series. She criticized it for lacking anything to engage the viewers and for being a lazy adaptation of a light novel, concluding her review with "I can't even remember the last time I saw something with not a single redeeming factor or thing to recommend about it at all."[77] Silverman reviewed the series future episodes.[78][79] Plotwise, she praised the Enrollment Arc‍ '​s underline on standardized testing, criticized the Nine Schools Competition Arc for its execution and weak exposition, and felt the characters were uninteresting. Silverman felt the series doesn't live up to its potential and cited the background music and stilted animations as possible reasons.[79]

Fandom Post's review was highly positive towards the anime series, calling it a dark horse contender as one of their top new anime series of the year. They praised the technical and fundamental aspects of magic in the series for breaking the supernatural approach other works usually take and liked the potential impact it could have on future events.[80] However, while the reviewer liked the series' technicality, they noted it will frustrate certain viewers in that aspect.[81] Kotaku liked the characters, story, the complex and technical magic system, and mysteries.[82] However, they panned the exposition, citing it to be poorly timed, heavy, and failing to explain things with better clarity. They concluded their review writing that the anime might have been great if a different director or screenwriting was hired.[82] TAY Kotaku's review was generally negative.[83] TAY criticized the series for having an incredibly overpowered protagonist, bland and uninteresting characters with little development, and echoed other reviewers concerns about the exposition. In contrast, they praised the music and animation, concluding their review by writing that those who prefer mindless action should watch the series, while those who liked the concepts should refer to the light novels.[83]

Notes and references

  • ^LN represents the Light Novel of the series in the format of X.Y, where X represents the volume and Y represents the chapter. Chapter A represents the afterword of the novel.
  1. ^ 千葉 エリカ Chiba Erika
  2. ^ 柴田 美月 Shibata Mizuki
  3. ^ 西城 レオンハルト Saijou Leonhart
  4. ^ 吉田 幹比古 Yoshida Mikihiko
  5. ^ 光井 ほのか Mitsui Honoka
  6. ^ 北山 雫 Kitayama Shizuku
  7. ^ 桜井 水波 Sakurai Minami
  8. ^ 七草 真由美 Saegusa Mayumi
  9. ^ 渡辺 摩利 Watanabe Mari
  10. ^ 十文字 克人 Jūmonji Katsuto
  11. ^ 服部 刑部少丞 範蔵 Hattori Gyōbushōjō Hanzō
  12. ^ 中条 あずさ Nakajou Azusa
  13. ^ 千代田 花音 Chiyoda Kanon
  14. ^ 五十里 啓 Isori Kei
  15. ^ 一条 将輝 Ichijō Masaki
  16. ^ 吉祥寺 真紅郎 Kichijōji Shinkurō
  17. ^ 小野 遥 Ono Haruka
  18. ^ 九重 八雲 Kokonoe Yakumo
  19. ^ ピクシー Pikushī
  20. ^ 周 公瑾 Shū Kōkin
  21. ^ アンジェリーナ・クドウ・シールズ Anjerīna Kudou Shīruzu
  22. ^ 入学編 〈上〉 Nyūgaku-hen (Jō)
  23. ^ 入学編 〈下〉 Nyūgaku-hen (Ge)
  24. ^ 九校戦編〈上〉 Kyūkōsen-hen (Jō)
  25. ^ 九校戦編〈下〉 Kyūkōsen-hen (Ge)
  26. ^ 夏休み編+1 Natsuyasumi-hen +1
  27. ^ 横浜騒乱編<上> Yokohama Sōran-hen (Jō)
  28. ^ 横浜騒乱編<下> Yokohama Sōran-hen (Ge)
  29. ^ 追憶編 Tsuioku-hen
  30. ^ 来訪者編<上> Raihōsha-hen (Jō)
  31. ^ 来訪者編<中> Raihōsha-hen (Chū)
  32. ^ 来訪者編<下> Raihōsha-hen (Ge)
  33. ^ ダブルセブン編 Daburu Sebun-hen
  34. ^ スティープルチェース編 Sutīpuruchēsu-hen
  35. ^ 古都内乱編<上> Koto Nairan-hen (Jō)
  36. ^ 古都内乱編<下> Koto Nairan-hen (Ge)
  37. ^ 四葉継承編 Yotsuba Keishō-hen
  38. ^ 師族会議編〈上〉 Shizoku Kaigi-hen (Jō)
  39. ^ 師族会議編〈中〉 Shizoku Kaigi-hen (Chū)
  40. ^ よくわかる魔法科! Yoku Wakaru Mahōka!
  41. ^ 魔法科高校の劣等生Webラジオ 満開!ブルーム放送委員会 Mahōka Kōkō no Rettōsei Web Rajio Mankai! Burūmu Hōsō Iinkai
  42. ^ スクールマギクスバトル Sukūru Magikusu Batoru
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External links

  • Official English website
  • Official website (Japanese)
  • The Irregular at Magic High School (light novel) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
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