History Manga / PuellaMagiOrikoMagica

30th Apr '17 5:53:52 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: Given the [[OneOfUs author's]] [[{{Touhou}} leanings]], some fans suggest that Oriko's signature sphere weapons are a reference to the danmaku in a BulletHell game.

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* ShoutOut: Given the [[OneOfUs author's]] [[{{Touhou}} [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} leanings]], some fans suggest that Oriko's signature sphere weapons are a reference to the danmaku in a BulletHell game.
5th Feb '17 9:03:38 AM secretfan14
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Additional ''Oriko Magica'' stories are being serialized in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara Magica'', the official ''Madoka Magica'' magazine. The first, a two-parter entitled ''Noisy Citrine'', expands upon the backstory of Kirika Kure. The second story is entitled ''Symmetry Diamond'' and focuses on Oriko and Yuma. Both stories were collected in a trade paperback entitled ''Puella Magi Oriko Magica: Extra Story'', which also included a new story named ''Last Agate''. The paperback was released in Japan on September 2013, and in the US on March 2015. A {{Prequel}}, titled ''Sadness Prayer'', began serialization in ''Kirara Magica'' on November 2013, and it's first volume was released on February 2015 in Japan.

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Additional ''Oriko Magica'' stories are being serialized in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara Magica'', the official ''Madoka Magica'' magazine. The first, a two-parter entitled ''Noisy Citrine'', expands upon the backstory of Kirika Kure. The second story is entitled ''Symmetry Diamond'' and focuses on Oriko and Yuma. Both stories were collected in a trade paperback entitled ''Puella Magi Oriko Magica: Extra Story'', which also included a new story named ''Last Agate''. The paperback was released in Japan on September 2013, and in the US on March 2015. A {{Prequel}}, titled ''Sadness Prayer'', began serialization in ''Kirara Magica'' on November 2013, and it's first volume was released on February 2015 in Japan.
Japan and November 2016 in the US.
19th Sep '15 4:41:34 PM secretfan14
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27th Jul '15 5:20:22 PM Yuihime
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* PantyShot: Yuma pulled one on Mami, reducing her to a crying wreck.

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* PantyShot: Yuma pulled one on pantsed Mami, reducing her to a crying wreck.
27th Jul '15 5:17:48 PM Yuihime
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* SomethingAboutARose: During the tea party between Oriko and Kirika, the latter is seen admiring the roses and [[HiddenDepths identifying them by breed]]. When Oriko admits the roses were her father's and remind her uncomfortably of him, Kirika swears to forget about them.
9th Jul '15 8:48:58 PM universalperson
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Additional ''Oriko Magica'' stories are being serialized in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara Magica'', the official ''Madoka Magica'' magazine. The first, a two-parter entitled ''Noisy Citrine'', expands upon the backstory of Kirika Kure. The second story is entitled ''Symmetry Diamond'' and focuses on Oriko and Yuma. Both stories were collected in a trade paperback entitled ''Puella Magi Oriko Magica: Extra Story'', which also included a new story named ''Last Agate''. The paperback was released in Japan in September 2013, and will be released in the US in March 2015. A {{Prequel}}, titled ''Sadness Prayer'', began serialization in ''Kirara Magica'' on November 2013, and it's first volume was released on February 2015 in Japan.

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Additional ''Oriko Magica'' stories are being serialized in ''Magazine/MangaTimeKirara Magica'', the official ''Madoka Magica'' magazine. The first, a two-parter entitled ''Noisy Citrine'', expands upon the backstory of Kirika Kure. The second story is entitled ''Symmetry Diamond'' and focuses on Oriko and Yuma. Both stories were collected in a trade paperback entitled ''Puella Magi Oriko Magica: Extra Story'', which also included a new story named ''Last Agate''. The paperback was released in Japan in on September 2013, and will be released in the US in on March 2015. A {{Prequel}}, titled ''Sadness Prayer'', began serialization in ''Kirara Magica'' on November 2013, and it's first volume was released on February 2015 in Japan.
6th Jun '15 6:03:58 PM DoktorvonEurotrash
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** Following [[spoiler:Oriko]]'s supposed attempt on [[spoiler:Homura]]'s life, it's shortly revealed that [[spoiler:Madoka]] was actually the person she was aiming for.]]

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** Following [[spoiler:Oriko]]'s supposed attempt on [[spoiler:Homura]]'s life, it's shortly revealed that [[spoiler:Madoka]] was actually the person she was aiming for.]]
11th May '15 12:39:12 PM IshiMatsu615
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: While ''Extra Story'' explains what happens to Oriko, Kirika, and Yuma in other timelines, why ''Oriko Magica'''s irregular timeline happens, why Oriko's first vision of [[spoiler:Kriemhild Gretchen/Walpurgisnacht]] is different to begin with, or what happens to any of the ''Oriko''-original magical girls after ''Madoka Magica'''s witch retcon is never explained.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: While ''Extra Story'' explains what happens to Oriko, Kirika, and Yuma in other timelines, why ''Oriko Magica'''s Magica''s irregular timeline happens, why Oriko's first vision of [[spoiler:Kriemhild Gretchen/Walpurgisnacht]] is different to begin with, or what happens to any of the ''Oriko''-original magical girls after ''Madoka Magica'''s Magica''s witch retcon is never explained.
4th May '15 1:54:19 AM honeycomet
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* AllThereInTheManual: The first collection included artwork of three of the witches in their original magical girl identities, specifically Cecil, Stacy, and Virginia, but not what their original names or abilities were. The fact that Rosasharn didn't have a Magical Girl form included has led fans to believe she was originally a familiar.]]

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* AllThereInTheManual: The first collection included artwork of three of the witches in their original magical girl identities, specifically Cecil, Stacy, and Virginia, but not what their original names or abilities were. The fact that Rosasharn didn't have a Magical Girl magical girl form included has led fans to believe she was originally a familiar.]]



** Blink and you might miss this -- the first chapter has a (rather gruesome) image of Kyoko's sister.
** Several ''Madoka Magica'' witches briefly appear in ''Extra Story''

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** Blink and you might miss this -- the first chapter has a (rather gruesome) image of Kyoko's sister.
sister, Momo.
** Several ''Madoka Magica'' witches briefly appear in ''Extra Story''Story''.



* DemotedToExtra: Homura, Madoka, and Sayaka in the first volume of ''Oriko Magica''. All three girls get expanded roles in the second volume, to varying degrees.

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* DemotedToExtra: Homura, Madoka, and Sayaka in the first volume of ''Oriko Magica''. All three girls get expanded roles in the second volume, to varying degrees. Volumes following ''Oriko Magica'' don't depict them at all, and though ''Sadness Prayer'' does have some pictures and discussion of Madoka, she never directly appears.



* DramaticIrony: See ForegoneConclusion below. The reader might get the impression that everything the {{well intentioned extremist}}s did was a waste of time.
* DoomedByCanon: [[spoiler:Madoka]]. On the other hand, [[spoiler:Mami]], [[spoiler:Kyoko]], [[spoiler:Sayaka]] all make it in this timeline, as well as [[spoiler:Yuma]] given what ''Extra Story'' says about her fate in other timelines.

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* DramaticIrony: See ForegoneConclusion below. The reader might get the impression that everything the {{well intentioned extremist}}s characters did was a waste of time.
* DoomedByCanon: DoomedByCanon
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[[spoiler:Madoka]]. On the other hand, [[spoiler:Mami]], [[spoiler:Kyoko]], [[spoiler:Sayaka]] all make it in this timeline, as well as [[spoiler:Yuma]] given what ''Extra Story'' says about her fate in other timelines.timelines.
** [[spoiler:Komaki]] in ''Sadness Prayer''. Given that ''Sadness Prayer'' is a prequel and she makes no appearances in ''Oriko Magica'', the fact that she dies is pretty obvious, especially if you manage to pinpoint her corpse in one (rather hard-to-see) panel. The same also applies to [[spoiler:Sasa]], minus corpse cameo.
2nd May '15 2:38:38 AM honeycomet
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** Volume 2 has the following:

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** Volume ''Oriko Magica'' volume 2 has the following:



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: We don't know what happened to Oriko, Kirika, and Yuma in any of the anime timelines, including what happened after the CosmicRetcon. We also don't know why this timeline was different, and although Oriko's wish to know the meaning of her life is the sort of wish that could change dramatically simply because of [[ForWantOfANail small changes in the timeline]].
** Symmetry Diamond helps answers a few of these questions. [[spoiler:Specifically, the ones related to what happened to Oriko, Kirika and Yuma in the early anime timelines. Instead of seeing Kriemheld Gretchen upon using her magic for the first time, Oriko foresees Walpurgisnacht (possibly explaining a PlotHole in the original anime), and avoids the entire sequence of events that leads her and Kirika to commit mass murder while looking for Madoka. She also does not see Yuma as a potential magical girl, but instead meets her in a park and later foresees her death, caused by her mother's abuse. She and Kirika eventually assist Yuma in finding a new family, so she goes on to live a normal life, never meeting Kyoko.]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: We don't know While ''Extra Story'' explains what happened happens to Oriko, Kirika, and Yuma in any of the anime other timelines, including what happened after the CosmicRetcon. We also don't know why this ''Oriko Magica'''s irregular timeline was different, and although happens, why Oriko's wish to know the meaning of her life is the sort of wish that could change dramatically simply because of [[ForWantOfANail small changes in the timeline]].
** Symmetry Diamond helps answers a few of these questions. [[spoiler:Specifically, the ones related to what happened to Oriko, Kirika and Yuma in the early anime timelines. Instead of seeing Kriemheld Gretchen upon using her magic for the
first time, Oriko foresees Walpurgisnacht (possibly explaining a PlotHole in vision of [[spoiler:Kriemhild Gretchen/Walpurgisnacht]] is different to begin with, or what happens to any of the original anime), and avoids the entire sequence of events that leads her and Kirika to commit mass murder while looking for Madoka. She also does not see Yuma as a potential ''Oriko''-original magical girl, but instead meets her in a park and later foresees her death, caused by her mother's abuse. She and Kirika eventually assist Yuma in finding a new family, so she goes on to live a normal life, girls after ''Madoka Magica'''s witch retcon is never meeting Kyoko.]]
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