Honestly, this series gets far more credit than it deserves. I am aware that it has popularized some of the tropes used in some works, but that doesn't excuse it from having a good plot. The characters seem to be clutching the Idiot Ball at all times. I also think that it suffers from The Chris Carter Effect, the author seems to have no real plan. However, with the new things going on in some of the science-based arcs, it seems to be improving. It does have some good points. The music is very good, and spans almost all genres. Also, the art quality and style tend to remain constant throughout (although heavy zooms either direction tend to change this very quickly.) Magic A Is Magic A tends to run very cohesively from arc to arc. All in all, it's a very good series, but it gets far more credit than it deserves. Just ignore the utterly MASSIVE Broken Base and you should be fine.
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