The Irregular at Magic High School The Movie The Girl Who Summons the Stars Blu-ray
About The Irregular at Magic High School The Movie The Girl Who Summons the Stars Blu-ray
The Irregular at Magic High School The Movie: The Girl Who Summons the Stars includes collectible illustration cards with box illustrations by Kana Ishida (Original Illustration, Character Designer, Chief Animation Director).
Tatsuya Shiba will become a legend...
Many months have passed since the Yokohama Disturbance and the massive battle that ensued. Now, the spring season is almost upon them. Tatsuya, the “irregular” elder brother, and Miyuki, his brilliant younger sister, realize that their first year at Magic High School is about to end. The siblings and their friends decide to spend spring break relaxing at a private villa on Ogasawara Island. Tatsuya and the others make the most of their brief vacation until a young girl named Kokoa appears before them. The mysterious young girl who escaped from a naval base tells Tatsuya her one wish.
Join Tatsuya Shiba—the most powerful of them all—as a brand-new saga unfolds with an all-new story written by the original creator, Tsutomu Sato.
Special Features: Trailers, Commercials. (includes subtitles)
Due to licensing and contract restrictions, this product can be sold and shipped to the US, Canada, South America and Central America only. This product cannot be shipped to Japan. All sales are final. It may be returned for an exchange if defective, but unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds.
- Publisher: ANIPLEX OF AMERICA
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Fantasy
- Themes: Powers, School Life
- Age Rating: 13+
- Run Time: 89
- Release Date: 7/10/2018
- Dimensional Weight: 0.5
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
by Zechariah Chou -
Those pictures looked really well done and the movie.....the movie was a 10/10
by Jorge -
The movie was great adds a lot more to the story and about the characters and the art cards looked amazing
Solid movie, but it does assume that you know more than you likely do
by Jonathan -
This is a solid addition to the franchise and fun to watch. If you enjoyed the anime, you're likely to enjoy this.
The main problem is that it assumes you've read the books. It occurs several months and at least one story arc later than the anime covered or Yes Press has published - the anime having covered through book 7, whereas Yen Press has published through 8. On multiple occasions, characters are shown to think back to the events of book 8, so those short bits will be less clear if you've only seen the anime. Even bigger than that though, one of the main characters was introduced some time between book 8 and the movie, and without reading spoilers online, you won't be familiar with her, whereas the movie pretty much assumes that you are. You can infer enough about her in context that it works, but the result is that even if you've seen the anime and are familiar with most of what's going on, on some level, it's going to feel like you're coming into the middle of things.