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Negima - Magic 301: Practical Application of Magic (The Viridian Collection)

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Life a Mahora Academy is anything but predictable, a theorem which Negi Springfield and the girls of Class 2-A seem determined to test! When a class project incurs the wrath of one of their own, what follows is a virtual, digitally-enhanced popularity contest, no holds barred. How about a little war, world wide web style?

But not everything's fun and games, at least not with finals around the corner and the pint-sized professor at risk! Rounding up the Dummy Force, it's off to Library Island... but not to study?! An underground quest for a legendary cure-all costs the girls more than they bargained for as Negi learns that teaching's not all lesson plans and logic. And when a pre-summer shopping spree becomes a full-fledged reconnaissance mission, the resulting comedy of errors sends the girls into a frenzy and several friendships over the edge!


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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC, Full Screen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: March 18, 2008
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00127R2SS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #275,247 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Being a preteen wizard in an unfamiliar country is bad enough, but Negi Springfield also has to devote himself to the education of Mahora's junior high students. And "Negima, Vol. 3: Magic 301 - Practical Application of Magic" shows blatantly that his students have way too much time on their hands -- magic books, hit websites and occasional mall-stalking.

One of the few students who openly dislikes Negi is Chisame, a surly loner who disdains all the weirdos in her class. Privately, she's also a #1 net idol. (No, I don't know what that means)

But when Negi is called upon to create a class website, "Chiu" is outraged when the newly minted website shoots to second place -- right behind her. So begins a heated competition between Chiu and the girls of class 2-A, who are determined not to be left in the dust by the mysterious net idol. What happens if Chisame's double life is revealed?

Then finals are about to strike, and Negi is horrified to discover that if 2-A comes in last yet again, he will be fired. So he and the Dummy Force venture into the vast Library Island where a magic intellect-enhancing book is said to be kept -- but their way is filled with lethal traps and savage golems, as well as intellectual hurdles that they must clear.

Unfortunately, the trip up may take them too long -- and Negi has sealed his magic until after finals. Will they make it in time, and somehow do well on their tests?

Finally, a trio of cheerleaders are out shopping when they spot Negi and Konoka -- and jump to the conclusion that the dean's granddaughter and the preteen teacher are on a date. As Ayaka freaks out and drags Asuna out to intercept them, the cheerleaders trail after Negi and Konoka -- but apparently they've got the wrong idea.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 11, 2008
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Being a preteen wizard in an unfamiliar country is bad enough, but Negi Springfield also has to devote himself to the education of Mahora's junior high students. And "Negima, Vol. 3: Magic 301 - Practical Application of Magic" shows blatantly that his students have way too much time on their hands -- magic books, hit websites and occasional mall-stalking.

One of the few students who openly dislikes Negi is Chisame, a surly loner who disdains all the weirdos in her class. Privately, she's also a #1 net idol. (No, I don't know what that means)

But when Negi is called upon to create a class website, "Chiu" is outraged when the newly minted website shoots to second place -- right behind her. So begins a heated competition between Chiu and the girls of class 2-A, who are determined not to be left in the dust by the mysterious net idol. What happens if Chisame's double life is revealed?

Then finals are about to strike, and Negi is horrified to discover that if 2-A comes in last yet again, he will be fired. So he and the Dummy Force venture into the vast Library Island where a magic intellect-enhancing book is said to be kept -- but their way is filled with lethal traps and savage golems, as well as intellectual hurdles that they must clear.

Unfortunately, the trip up may take them too long -- and Negi has sealed his magic until after finals. Will they make it in time, and somehow do well on their tests?

Finally, a trio of cheerleaders are out shopping when they spot Negi and Konoka -- and jump to the conclusion that the dean's granddaughter and the preteen teacher are on a date. As Ayaka freaks out and drags Asuna out to intercept them, the cheerleaders trail after Negi and Konoka -- but apparently they've got the wrong idea.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By James F. Neel on March 16, 2010
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This volume of Negima! has to be the weakest yet; hopefully the frequent mid-series slump won't last much past this set of four episodes. While there are a few cute happinings in the course of events, all would easily fall into the category of so much filler, as absolutely NO plot or character development occurrs. The closest to it is a rather amusing misunderstanding common in "Harem" anime, as to why Negi and Konoka are spending the day together - could it be a DATE? - which serves mainly to reenforce the setup between him and some of the other girls. Even the cute Yui, given prominence on the cover and title and menu pages, gets precious little in the way of actual screen time. The fanservice Ken Akamatsu's work is famous for somewhat reappears here in a satirical tale of duelling fanboy "net" sites, featuring an unlikely "idol". All are essentially stand-alone episodes that are mainly so much mindless fluff.
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