Netflix has finally made the first half of Little Witch Academia TV available worldwide, so here’s a handy compilation of all the posts we published covering its creators and the mysteries of its production. Enjoy!
The first half of Little Witch Academia TV came to an end exhibiting the series’ massive charm but also the production realities holding it back.
Double post – though not double length – to cover Little Witch Academia’s changing priorities, the state of its production and the interesting guest creators it keeps featuring.
There are some downsides worth pointing out, but ultimately we got a decent outsourced episode elevated by Kiznaiver‘s Hiroshi Kobayashi. Time to delve into his take on Little Witch Academia.
The moral quandaries and artistic issues that arise from repurposed animation, the forgotten women of Trigger and…episode? Which episode?
Hiroyuki Imaishi’s episode is unsurprisingly the most Hiroyuki Imaishi episode that Little Witch Academia could ever handle – in a good way, I swear! Let’s explore his work and the way Trigger appears to be approaching this project.
Dare I say this was the funniest Little Witch Academia has ever been? Yes I do. Imaishi’s episode is coming next week, but his pupil already made this ridiculous adventure possible. Enjoy reading about more Gainax School creators!
An important episode storyboarded by an artist who doesn’t actually exist. Let’s talk about pseudonyms in the anime industry.
The perfect chance to come to understand what the process of outsourcing anime entails, as well as details about Trigger and the companies they’re linked to.
The least spectacular episode of Little Witch Academia is still a fun time, and it’s a nice chance to learn about the show’s approach to the creative process as well.