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A quick review: ''Mahou Sensei Negima!'' is the original manga, ''Negima!'' is the first anime, ''Anime/NegimaSecondSeason'' is the second anime, ''[[Anime/NegimaSecondSeason Negima!? neo]]'' is a hybrid manga from the original manga and the second anime, and the newest [=OVAs=] start with ''Mahou Sensei Negima!'' in the title. When you get confused, just come back up here to check.

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A quick review: ''Mahou Sensei Negima!'' is the original manga, ''Negima!'' is the first anime, ''Anime/NegimaSecondSeason'' is the second anime, ''[[Anime/NegimaSecondSeason Negima!? neo]]'' ''Manga/NegimaNeo'' is a hybrid manga from the original manga and the second anime, and the newest [=OVAs=] start with ''Mahou Sensei Negima!'' in the title. When you get confused, just come back up here to check.


A quick review: ''Mahou Sensei Negima!'' is the original manga, ''Negima!'' is the first anime, ''Anime/NegimaSecondSeason'' is the second anime, ''[[Anime/NegimaSecondSeason Negima Neo]]'' is a hybrid manga from the original manga and the second anime, and the newest [=OVAs=] start with ''Mahou Sensei Negima!'' in the title. When you get confused, just come back up here to check.

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A quick review: ''Mahou Sensei Negima!'' is the original manga, ''Negima!'' is the first anime, ''Anime/NegimaSecondSeason'' is the second anime, ''[[Anime/NegimaSecondSeason Negima Neo]]'' Negima!? neo]]'' is a hybrid manga from the original manga and the second anime, and the newest [=OVAs=] start with ''Mahou Sensei Negima!'' in the title. When you get confused, just come back up here to check.



''[[AC:While this entry was originally written for '''Negima!''', be aware that the trope listings linked below now include many entries that are specific to one or more of the various adaptations. Over time, the franchise has become much more TropeOverdosed than aforementioned series, and at this point, most of the tropes that place it as being Overdosed come from Mahou Sensei Negima due to sheer length if nothing else]]''

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''[[AC:While this entry was originally written for '''Negima!''', be aware that the trope listings linked below now include many entries that are specific to one or more of the various adaptations. Over time, the franchise has become much more TropeOverdosed than aforementioned series, and at this point, most of the tropes that place it as being Overdosed come from Mahou Sensei Negima Negima! due to sheer length if nothing else]]''


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[[caption-width-right:350:[[Music/ThePolice "Young teacher, the subject\\
Of schoolgirl fantasy..."]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[Music/ThePolice "Young teacher, the subject\\
Of schoolgirl fantasy..."]]]]
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If you were wondering about ''that'' series that [[TropeOverdosed pops up in nearly every single article on this Wiki]], here you go...

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If you were wondering about ''that'' series that [[TropeOverdosed pops up in nearly every single article on this Wiki]], here you go...


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Ten-year-old Negi Springfield has just graduated from a magic academy in Wales, and finds that his assignment for earning his full magic license is a job as a teacher -- in a private all-girls school in Japan. Worse than that, though, is that it's a junior high class -- most of the girls are four or five years older than him, and almost all of them think he's the cutest thing since HelloKitty.

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Ten-year-old Negi Springfield has just graduated from a magic academy in Wales, and finds that his assignment for earning his full magic license is a job as a teacher -- in a private all-girls school in Japan. Worse than that, though, is that it's a junior high class -- most of the girls are four or five years older than him, and almost all of them think he's the cutest thing since HelloKitty.
Franchise/HelloKitty.


Earning his license by getting through a semester or two of teaching his hyperactive and over-affectionate students is only one of Negi's goals, though. He's also looking for his long-absent father -- Nagi Springfield, the mysterious "Thousand Master" who appeared once, gave Negi his staff, and then vanished again. The Thousand Master is said to be dead, but Negi isn't so sure. The fact that one of the girls in his class is secretly an old enemy of his father's and still holds a grudge doesn't help, either...

And life doesn't get any easier. Although he's supposed to keep his magic secret, he's having control problems, and blows his cover in front of some of the girls almost immediately. Also, he can't get properly licensed until he finds a partner. His style of magic requires a "defender" who handles physical threats while he casts his spells; the contract between mage and partner is sealed with a kiss and empowers the partner to near-superhuman levels. It soon becomes obvious that, by the ''sheerest'' coincidence, almost ''all'' of Negi's students are excellent candidates for partnership. And now that you mention it, the school itself isn't quite as "normal" as it appears at first glance...

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Earning his license by getting through a semester or two of teaching his hyperactive and over-affectionate students is only one of Negi's goals, though. He's also looking for his long-absent father -- Nagi Springfield, the mysterious "Thousand Master" who appeared once, gave Negi his staff, and then vanished again. The Thousand Master is said to be dead, but Negi isn't so sure. The fact that one of the girls in his class is secretly an old enemy of his father's and still holds a grudge doesn't help, either...

either.

And life doesn't get any easier. Although he's supposed to keep his magic secret, he's having control problems, and blows his cover in front of some of the girls almost immediately. Also, he can't get properly licensed until he finds a partner. His style of magic requires a "defender" who handles physical threats while he casts his spells; the contract between mage and partner is sealed with a kiss and empowers the partner to near-superhuman levels. It soon becomes obvious that, by the ''sheerest'' coincidence, almost ''all'' of Negi's students are excellent candidates for partnership. And now that you mention it, the school itself isn't quite as "normal" as it appears at first glance...
glance.

Then a mysterious, white-haired boy by the name of [[BigBad Fate Averruncus]], leader of [[NebulousEvilOrganization Cosmo Entelecheia]], attacks, and [[GenreShift the story]] [[CerebusSyndrome takes a serious turn]] from there.


DONALD TRUMP FUCKED STORMY DANIELS!!! HE'S A WEIRDO PERV WHO WEARS GIMP MASKS!±




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DONALD TRUMP FUCKED STORMY DANIELS!!! HE'S A WEIRDO PERV WHO WEARS GIMP MASKS!±





->"''Our Magic is not omnipotent... a little bit of courage is the real magic.''"

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->''"Our
Magic is not omnipotent... a little bit of courage is the real magic.''"
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Created by Creator/KenAkamatsu, this series has been summed up (with hotly-contested accuracy) as "''Franchise/HarryPotter'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''Manga/LoveHina'' [[XMeetsY and]] ''Franchise/DragonBall''". Rumor has it that when planning out ''Negima!'', Akamatsu wanted to do a {{Shonen}} FightingSeries. However, his publisher (wanting to cash in on the success of ''Love Hina'', Akamatsu's previous work) insisted on another romantic [[TheUnwantedHarem harem comedy]]. So, Akamatsu created a fighting story that ''looked'' superficially like a harem comedy. The story [[GenreShift has since changed]] into a action comedy/drama with a huge cast (30+ "regulars") and an expanding BackStory.

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Created by Creator/KenAkamatsu, this series has been summed up (with hotly-contested accuracy) as "''Franchise/HarryPotter'' [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY meets]] ''Manga/LoveHina'' [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY and]] ''Franchise/DragonBall''". Rumor has it that when planning out ''Negima!'', Akamatsu wanted to do a {{Shonen}} FightingSeries. However, his publisher (wanting to cash in on the success of ''Love Hina'', Akamatsu's previous work) insisted on another romantic [[TheUnwantedHarem harem comedy]]. So, Akamatsu created a fighting story that ''looked'' superficially like a harem comedy. The story [[GenreShift has since changed]] into a action comedy/drama with a huge cast (30+ "regulars") and an expanding BackStory.


Created by KenAkamatsu, this series has been summed up (with hotly-contested accuracy) as "''Franchise/HarryPotter'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''Manga/LoveHina'' [[XMeetsY and]] ''Franchise/DragonBall''". Rumor has it that when planning out ''Negima!'', Akamatsu wanted to do a {{Shonen}} FightingSeries. However, his publisher (wanting to cash in on the success of ''Love Hina'', Akamatsu's previous work) insisted on another romantic [[TheUnwantedHarem harem comedy]]. So, Akamatsu created a fighting story that ''looked'' superficially like a harem comedy. The story [[GenreShift has since changed]] into a action comedy/drama with a huge cast (30+ "regulars") and an expanding BackStory.

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Created by KenAkamatsu, Creator/KenAkamatsu, this series has been summed up (with hotly-contested accuracy) as "''Franchise/HarryPotter'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''Manga/LoveHina'' [[XMeetsY and]] ''Franchise/DragonBall''". Rumor has it that when planning out ''Negima!'', Akamatsu wanted to do a {{Shonen}} FightingSeries. However, his publisher (wanting to cash in on the success of ''Love Hina'', Akamatsu's previous work) insisted on another romantic [[TheUnwantedHarem harem comedy]]. So, Akamatsu created a fighting story that ''looked'' superficially like a harem comedy. The story [[GenreShift has since changed]] into a action comedy/drama with a huge cast (30+ "regulars") and an expanding BackStory.


Created by KenAkamatsu, this series has been summed up (with hotly-contested accuracy) as "''Franchise/HarryPotter'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''Manga/LoveHina'' [[XMeetsY and]] ''Franchise/DragonBall''". Rumor has it that when planning out ''Negima!'', Akamatsu wanted to do a {{Shonen}} FightingSeries. However, his publisher (wanting to cash in on the success of ''Love Hina'', Akamatsu's previous work) insisted on another romantic [[TheUnwantedHarem harem comedy]]. So, Akamatsu created a fighting story that ''looked'' superficially like a harem comedy. The story has since changed into a action comedy/drama with a huge cast (30+ "regulars") and an expanding BackStory.

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Created by KenAkamatsu, this series has been summed up (with hotly-contested accuracy) as "''Franchise/HarryPotter'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''Manga/LoveHina'' [[XMeetsY and]] ''Franchise/DragonBall''". Rumor has it that when planning out ''Negima!'', Akamatsu wanted to do a {{Shonen}} FightingSeries. However, his publisher (wanting to cash in on the success of ''Love Hina'', Akamatsu's previous work) insisted on another romantic [[TheUnwantedHarem harem comedy]]. So, Akamatsu created a fighting story that ''looked'' superficially like a harem comedy. The story [[GenreShift has since changed changed]] into a action comedy/drama with a huge cast (30+ "regulars") and an expanding BackStory.

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