Mashle: Magic and Muscles anime release date in 2023 confirmed by new trailer and poster

Mashle manga cover image
Mashle manga cover image. Pic credit: Viz media

The Mashle anime series will premiere in 2023.

It appears that the rumors were true! Mashle: Magic and Muscles will have its own anime series.

At Anime Expo 2022, the huge anime announcement went live, and it appears that fans of the fantasy comedy are waiting for the disclosure. Can muscles break magic? Or will they reach an agreement?

Mashle anime new trailer and poster

The announcement was made via Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump, and Mashle Officially followed up with new artwork for the series on Twitter. Along with the Twitter announcement, a trailer was released, showing the series’ protagonist Mash as he gains his distinctive “muscle magic.”

Check out the sensational trailer below:

【特報】TVアニメ「マッシュル-MASHLE-」アニメ化決定|2023年放送
Mashle anime trailer

If you are unfamiliar with Mashle, you should know that it is one of Shuesiah’s fastest-growing series. Hajime Komoto, the narrative’s creator, began the story in January 2020. The ongoing series has accumulated 11 volumes to date, and Mashle is finally making its way to television after much pleading.

Check out the poster revealing the time frame for the release date:

Mashle anime official poster of the release date.
Mashle anime official poster of the release date. Pic credit: Mashle anime / Twitter

The manga’s first volume was sold out upon its debut, and it now has nearly three million copies in print. In 2021, it was nominated for the 67th Shogakukan Manga Award and the 6th Next Manga Award, where it finished eleventh out of fifty candidates. It was also named to the Nippon Foundation’s list of “5 Recommended Manga Available in English,” Its keen wit has been lauded by fans and critics alike.

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Mashle: Muscle x magic manga synopsis and more

Mashle takes place in a universe where magic is everything, and one’s social standing is determined by his abilities—or lack thereof.

Mash Burnedead possesses no magical skills. Mash is deserted by his family and adopted by Regro Burnedead, a man who starts to teach him self-defense after he is born without the distinctive mark that signals a magic wielder.

He will need to excel at the Easton Magic Academy to become a Divine Visionary and offer himself and his adoptive father a better life. Mash will need to master “muscle magic”—complete command of his muscles that permits him to perform astounding feats.

Many anime viewers are familiar with the story of someone without special abilities in a magical world, with characters such as Izuku Midoriya from My Hero Academia and Rock Lee from Naruto being notable examples. Mashle, on the other hand, puts a novel spin on the cliche by parodying parts of previous shows rather than simply duplicating an old formula.

Mashle has been likened to One Punch Man because of their comparable narratives and comic tone. Easton Magic Academy, which satirizes Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, is also a reference to Harry Potter.

The manga Mashle: Magic and Muscles is now available through VIZ Media and Manga Plus.

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