Now as far for the material if u conclude that 1st season adapted 27 manga volumes then for a 2nd season we need about 1 year or a 1 year & a half. (without knowing how big are the next volumes).
Witch Craft Works is an anime that I knew I was going to enjoy from the very beginning The animation quality is astonishing and the opening theme in my opinion is one of the best I've ever listened to. The show begins with a very strong pilot following the life of Honoka Takamiya and the most popular girl in his school Kagari Ayaka whom the students adore. While the protagonists are fun to watch and their interactions engaging the comedy brought by a few of the shows 'villains' really make the series. I was reminded of Team Rocket from the Pokemon series in their humorous incompetence.
One day while taking out the trash he looks up to see a school building falling on top of him! He is saved at the very last moment by the very same beautiful girl, Ayaka, that he's never even had a full conversation with. She finally speaks to him, revealing that she's been protecting him in secret, but now that someone is attacking him directly she no longer needs to do it covertly. It turns out that Ayaka is a fire witch and there are other witches in the world who want to capture Honoka and use him for the power that he possesses inside of him.
The proportions for Kagari looks weird as well. I mean anime with big-boobed characters look normal compared to Kagari. There is somethign about the way she is drawn that doesn't look quite right.
Kazane then demands Chronoire hand Weekend over for questioning, but Chronoire responds that Weekend is her 'dinner,' and the two fight each other to settle the score. Later, an unconscious Honoka and Mikage visit Evermillion as she talks about the renewed contract that Honoka has formed with her, warning him about the consequences he will have to face if he tries a similar action in the future. As he wakes up, Ayaka greets him at the bedroom door. The two then walk to school when the reformed KMM Gang threatens them en route. Even without her magic restored, Ayaka simply grabs Tanpopo and Mei by their faces and squeezes them until the gang submits.
'Witch Craft Works' to Include Unaired OVA [Update 7/7] A recent blog revealed that the seventh manga volume of Witch Craft Works will bundle a DVD on July 7, 2014. The OVA will be 25 minutes long. An anime where the villains are more entertaining to watch than the main cast, Witch Craft Works takes pages from Pokemon and does it better than Team Rocket. Story: 7 In a world with two warring witch guilds, the Workshop Witches and the more evil Tower Witches, our main hero is to be protected by a very strong Workshop Witch. Watch Witch Craft Works Episode 2 at Soul-Anime. Watch Witch Craft Works Episode 2 KissAnime  English Subbed Online in high quality. Download Witch Craft Works Episode 2 KissAnime 3 (240p 360p 480p 720p 1080p HD) MP4 or 3GP format.
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Despite his relationship with Ayaka, Honoka could be in for more than what he bargained for. Characters [ ] Main characters [ ] Honoka Takamiya ( 多華宮 仄, Takamiya Honoka) Voiced by: The main character, Honoka is a second year student in high school. At first he often wonders about the frequent coincidences that happen to him. He always takes the same bus with him to school alongside Ayaka Kagari, the school idol. He even finds himself seated next to her and having the same schedules in classroom cleaning duty. One day, he is attacked by a group called the Tower Witches who had been covertly making attempts on him. However, the attack is thwarted by Ayaka who turns out to be a Workshop Witch and has been protecting Honoka for quite some time.
Ayaka Kagari ( 火々里 綾火, Kagari Ayaka) Voiced by: The school idol and the chairwoman's daughter, Ayaka is a beautiful, intelligent, and statuesque girl, standing over a head taller than Honoka. However she is extremely stoic and has a low social IQ, rarely changing her facial expression. She is Honoka's classmate, and the official 'Princess' of the entire school, with authority over everybody in the school except for the chairwoman. Unknown to many she is a 'Fire Witch' ( 炎の魔女) who is capable of manipulating and controlling fire. Through unrevealed circumstances there is a powerful spell between herself and Honoka, where she can't be killed, can literally ignore wounds such as being impaled by multiple blades, and receives an inexhaustible, enormous power as long as Honoka is nearby.
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Miraculously, Ayaka regains consciousness. Meanwhile, Chronoire is shown impaling Weekend and most of her underlings on sharp poles, when Kazane shows up.
It also does a poor job of introducing some of the more important villains. The five initial comedic relief villains are just there for the hell of it since they do nothing except be funny and be in the ED. Another villain, Medusa (I'm sure you can easily guess what her powers are), is also just kind of there and doesn't do anything except make Takamiya develop more. Takamiya's younger sister who fights over him with Kagari is the only other memorable character. The rest are mostly unimportant or are introduced towards the end. The animation for this anime is actually it's best aspect.
Honoka and Atori race to the scene of a large explosion to find a drained Ayaka, and Honoka gives her some more power to defeat Weekend before she can destroy the shelter. However, Weekend reveals that she already set off her bomb. 12 'Takamiya-kun and the Weekend (Part 3)' 'Takamiya-kun to Wīkuendo (Kō-hen)' ( 多華宮君とウィークエンド （後編）) March 23, 2014 ( 2014-03-23) As Tanpopo decides to carry Kasumi out from the wreckage, Weekend's bomb wipes out all the townspeople inside the shelter, including Mikage. Honoka desperately tries to save them, striking a bargain with Evermillion by sacrificing his life to save the town and everyone in it, but Ayaka decides to exchange her life for Honoka's at the last minute. All of the people and buildings in the city are restored as if nothing happened, including Weekend, who stabs Honoka with a knife. Weekend decides to have Honoka healed and acknowledges her defeat, shortly before running into Chronoire. In the restored church, Honoka, Atori and Mikage work on a way to bring Ayaka back to life, using some of Honoka's blood and a kiss.
After flying around the town, he uses his powers to intervene and save a little girl from bullies, until Honoka himself has to be rescued by Ayaka again. Later, as the two of them ride the school bus, they find themselves in the trap of a powerful Tower witch named Chronoire Schwarz VI. She subdues Ayaka by injuring Honoka and using his latent powers of transferring all his damage to her, then gives him a candy that she predicts he will swallow in the future. Ayaka manages to wake up in time and force Chronoire to retreat, but Honoka keeps the candy. After another quick encounter with Tanpopo's 'KMM Gang,' Ayaka begins training Honoka on how to use his own latent witch powers, including the ability to hide in plain sight and fly on a broomstick. After flying around the town, he uses his powers to intervene and save a little girl from bullies, until Honoka himself has to be rescued by Ayaka again. Later, as the two of them ride the school bus, they find themselves in the trap of a powerful Tower witch named Chronoire Schwarz VI.
Runs her own small faction to kidnap Honoka for his 'white stuff' as well. Komachi Takamiya Honoka and Kasumi's mother. Rather a cheerful and supportive mother, she was easily broken emotionally.
The Witches are serious at parts so they have to be taken seriously at times, unlike the Rocket trio where they aren't taken seriously after episode 1. Character development. Was lacking for the main characters. The main character didn't really develop a new way of thinking but rather just gained information about the new world while Kagari didn't develop much besides giving more freedom to Takamiya. Enjoyment: 8 With a story that is quite generic, I was surprised that I enjoyed this anime.
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Her power is to summon and use demons by the book called 'Black Vice' ( ブラックヴァイス, Burakku Vaisu) that she carries on her back, though this power is rarely shown. Rin Kazari ( 飾 鈴, Kazari Rin) Voiced by: A soft-voiced member of Ivory Quintet, who wields a scythe. She has a power called 'Bone Animator' ( 骨使い（ボーンアニメーター）, Hone Tsukai (Bon Animeta), lit. Bone User), which can only be used to revive dead skeletons of any size and use it as her weapons.
Honoka opens a classroom door to find Ayaka torturing four of the evil witches who transferred to their school. The leader of the group, Tanpopo Kuraishi, claims that they want to get his 'white stuff.' Suddenly, the fifth transfer student witch kidnaps Honoka, but doesn't get far before Ayaka blows them all away with her fire magic. Shortly after the incident, Honoka goes on a date around town with Ayaka, explaining the conflict between the Tower and Workshop witches. Then she brings him back to school to meet the chairwoman, her mother, and the leader of the Workshop witches in the city: Kazane Kagari. Honoka opens a classroom door to find Ayaka torturing four of the evil witches who transferred to their school. The leader of the group, Tanpopo Kuraishi, claims that they want to get his 'white stuff.'
Kazane Kagari ( 火々里 かざね, Kagari Kazane) Voiced by: Ayaka's mother, head of the Workshop Witches in the city, and the chairwoman of Tōgetsu High School who has been alive as far back as the. Kazane has earned multiple nicknames over her lifetime, including 'Dragon Tooth,' 'Torturer,' and most infamously, 'Bad End.' In sharp contrast to her daughter, Kazane is a short-tempered, violent, chain-smoking woman with little tolerance for issues. While somewhat intelligent, she tends to handle things with raw power rather than thinking them through resulting in wild misunderstandings and missing important details. As head of the local Workshop, Kazane possesses magic so powerful that ensures when anything gets destroyed by magic, any people nearby will survive un-harmed, though large enough magic damage to a large part of the city can drain her reserves. Kazane has been acquainted with Honoka's family for years, having attended high school with Komachi Takamiya, Honoka and Kasumi's mother. During her high school years she was a violent delinquent, frequently being suspended.
Honoka almost beat her himself, but refused to land the final blow when he had a chance so Ayaka and the Ivory Quintet finished her off. Unlike other witches, Rinon doesn't use visible magic at all, preferring to instead use it to enhance her immense physical strength. In the anime, it is implied that she underwent Kazane's harsh training alongside Ayaka. Atori Kuramine ( 昏峰 あとり, Kuramine Atori) Voiced by: A soft-spoken witch with cat-like ears who wields a large sword.
After school, Kasumi shoots Ayaka with a powerful tranquilizer gun and kidnaps Honoka to take him out of the city, where Kazane's power supposedly can't reach, but Ayaka quickly recovers and uses a dragon to shoot down Kasumi and her giant teddy bear plane before they can escape. 7 'Takamiya-kun and Noblesse Oblige' 'Takamiya-kun to Noburesu Oburīju' ( 多華宮君とノブレス・オブリージュ) February 16, 2014 ( 2014-02-16) Ayaka has been secretly keeping Medusa and the KMM Gang in her room at Honoka's house after their last battle. Tanpopo tries to quietly kidnap Honoka but can't seem to find the right moment. However, Mei and Kotetsu accidentally run into him while coming out of the bath and immediately capture him, provoking a standoff with Kazane as she returns from a shopping trip. Ayaka aligns herself with the Tower Witches to protect Honoka, and merges with Medusa to boost her power, but ends up losing anyway as Kazane beats Honoka unconscious before sending both him and Ayaka to a dungeon. Ayaka later borrows some of Honoka's power to break out, damaging another section of the school to Kazane's despair.
Then she brings him back to school to meet the chairwoman, her mother, and the leader of the Workshop witches in the city: Kazane Kagari.
The two then walk to school when the reformed KMM Gang threatens them en route. Even without her magic restored, Ayaka simply grabs Tanpopo and Mei by their faces and squeezes them until the gang submits. As Ayaka lays Honoka to rest in what remains of his home, Honoka views several of Kazane's memories. Honoka then gets word from the science teacher Mikage that they are in an alternate reality created by the city due to the contract Honoka just made, and takes him down to a shelter where the residents of the city are stuck in suspended animation until they can be safely revived. Suddenly, one of Weekend's underlings attacks Honoka at the shelter. Meanwhile, Ayaka heads off to fight Weekend herself at a church.
The art style of the manga is way more detailed but if they animated that it would cost them millions more, so it's understandable. It sold way more than they expected, they even said they were shocked by the popularity and how much it's selling, so a second season is really high, after about 2 years for more manga material. Ichii_1 said: Do you even know how many sub par/below average stuff J.C. Probably not, otherwise you wouldn't be saying this.
With no other options left, Honoka swallows the candy that Chronoire gave him before, drawing out the White Princess, Evermillion. Evermillion uses her power to beat back Medusa, which ends up destroying most of the mansion and a large part of the school as well, angering Kazane enough to call for a Tower witch-hunt. Evermillion then reveals that all Honoka had to do was kiss Ayaka with love to wake her up, which he does. Ayaka then uses her powers to defeat Medusa and the KMM Gang (again).
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The reason Ayaka is so obsessed with Honoka is that he (the current he) showed up in her childhood dreams when she couldn't remember anything and told her to find him in the future. Hopefully we'll get an explanation soon (likely enough). XSanox said: really liked it and really hope the anime did well enough and we get a season 2 once there is enough material. For those that read the manga.
Witch Activity is super catchy, fast-paced song that sums up everything that the these villains are, evil, but not truly evil. The ED itself awarded this score of a 9, it's just something about the song that makes me play it on replay. The background music was lacking. It did not ave enough impact for it to be memorable and never really helped carry a mood. Character: 9 The characters that made this anime were the 5 Tower Witches you get introduced to in the first and second episode. They are very similar to the Team Rocket trio in where they appear villainous only to become comedic jokes throughout the series. The only difference is that there Tower Witches are more entertaining to watch than the Rocket trio.