Mahoutsukai Tai! is the television series continuation from the OVA series where the members of Magic User's Club successfully defeated Bell and turned it into a giant cherry (sakura) tree. The petals from the tree apparently were causing problems for the city, hence the members of Magic User's Club once again tried to do something about it. Sae Sawanoguchi apparently made a mistake as usual while casting the spell and gave the giant tree the ability to walk by itself. The tree moved and placed itself on a mountain and they think they had solved the problem... Sae actually planted a seed for bigger problems!
Runtime: 25 minutes
Magic User's Club! - The Irregular at Magic High School - Netflix
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 Shōsetsuka ni Narō, an internet web novel website, between October 2008 and March 2011. Satō reached a deal with Dengeki Bunko and began releasing his work in a light novel format beginning July 2011. In 2013, each story arc received a manga adaptation with varying manga artists 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 adaptations 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 through 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 magical abilities. The series has been well received. The light novels appeared on Sugoi Japan's 2015 polls and since 2011, is one of the top selling series in Japan with 7.7 million copies sold as of 2017. In addition, its manga and anime adaptations also appeared on top selling charts. English reviewers had mixed to negative reception 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.
Magic User's Club! - Volume list - Netflix
Magic User's Club! - References - Netflix