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Mash Brings His Creampuffs to Japan’s Streets in MASHLE: MAGIC AND MUSCLES Anime Shinjuku Takeover



We all know that MASHLE: MAGIC AND MUSCLES TV anime’s Mash LOVES his creampuff, but who knew he could magic them up on screens across Shinjuku using just his fists? To promote the broadcast of the first episode of MASHLE this Friday, the muscled hero will be featured on Shinjuku’s popular 3D screen for the next week.



For those in Shinjuku, the video will be playing on both the Cross Shinjuku Vision and Shinjuku Alta Vision screens from 7 AM to midnight every until April 9 at five minutes past the hour, 12 minutes past the hour, 20 minutes, 27 minutes, 35 minutes, 42 minutes, 50 minutes and 57 minutes.  


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The original MASHLE: MAGIC AND MUSCLES manga from creator Hajime Komoto is serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine with VIZ Media releasing the English version digitally each week via the Shonen Jump app as well in printed collected volumes. 


MASHLE: MAGIC AND MUSCLES is set to premiere on April 7 from director Tomoya Tanaka (Cyberpunk: Edgerunners assistant director) at A-1 Pictures with Crunchyroll streaming the series, describing it as such:


This is a world of magic.


This is a world in which magic is casually used by everyone.


In a deep, dark forest in this world of magic, there is a boy who is singlemindedly working out.


His name is Mash Burnedead, and he has a secret. He can’t use magic.


All he wanted was to live a quiet life with his family, but people suddenly start trying to kill him one day and he somehow finds himself enrolled in Magic School. There, he sets his sights on becoming a “Divine Visionary,” the elite of the elite.


Will his ripped muscles work against the best and brightest of the wizarding world?


The curtain rises on this off-kilter magical fantasy in which the power of being jacked crushes any spell!


Source: Comic Natalie


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Daryl Harding is a Senior Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram