Well, it’s been fun at least. How Evil is the last episode of Magical Girl Ore?
Continuing from the last episode directly Saki is possed to face off with her manager who has set himself up to be the final boss of this show. If Saki wins this fight she and Sakuyo will forever be remembered as heroes and their careers will explode. There’s just one problem with the manager’s plan. By doing this he has put the people that Saki and Sakuyo care about in danger. And as Saki points out true heroes don’t do that.
Saki then proceeds to destroy all of the recording equipment that the manager had set up to make her famous right before she slapped him in the face. That’s the boss fight that’s all we got there. However, something big did go down. You see the manager had been recycling the demons he had been using and well they evolved beyond his original programming and decided that to defeat the Magical girls they need to separate and outnumber them. But don’t worry they stop that with the power of love again.
After all of the demons are slain Saki and Sakuyo find it in themselves to forgive their manager and promise him that they will make a career with their music. They, however, choose to give up using their magical forms to do it. This, of course, puts them back to where we met them trying to sell their own CDs on the street.
Now let’s turn out attention to the other two magical girls for a moment. Ruka and Michiru were barely in this at all. They showed up after saving Sakuyo just in time to save the day and we got a little bit of them at the very end. Only Michiru just now found out that Saki was the guy she fell for.
This show has been one wild ride. I would love to see another season but I’m not sure that will happen at least not soon if it does. In a lot of ways, this is one of the better comedies I’ve seen in a while, it’s just so stupid I love it. I’d recommend this if you just want to laugh the story isn’t all that deep it’s the dumb things that make this series.
Overall I’d say this final episode is about as Evil as a Politician (7). It’s still just dumb fun and that’s just fine. If you want to watch something with a little more depth check out CVoyage’s reviews for My Hero Academia.
Well, that’s all I have for you today. Thanks for letting me waste your time, people.
Mahou Shoujo Ore is on Crunchyroll, feel free to watch it for yourself.
Keep It Classy,