Sentai Filmworks Licenses “Negima!” and “Negima!?” Anime

Source: Sentai Filmworks

Sentai Filmworks announced that they acquired the rights to Negima! and Negima?!. The company will announce home video, TV, and digital plans for the shows at a later date.

Sentai Filmworks announced that they acquired the rights to Negima! and Negima?!. The company will announce home video, TV, and digital plans for the shows at a later date.

Sentai Filmworks Gets a Double Dose of Magic with ‘Negima!’ and ‘Negima!?’

HOUSTON, TX, January 18, 2018 – The magical life of Negi Springfield makes his way to the Sentai Filmworks collection of titles. As a 10-year-old wizard-in-training, his final test to become a Master Wizard will be to become the English teacher in an all-female boarding school. With 31 students complicating everything and a life that includes evil wizards, magical objects and difficult tests, ‘Negima!’ and ‘Negima!?’ will fill our days with comedy, romance, action and lots of adventures. Be on the lookout for details on the release of these powerful shows on home video, television, and select digital outlets.

Negima! (2005)
Episodes: 26

Genres: Comedy, Fantasy, Romance, Shounen, Supernatural

Rating: PG-13

Premiered: Winter 2005

Producers: Starchild Records

Studios: Xebec


Negima!? (2006-2007)

Episodes: 26

Genres: Adventure, Fantasy, Romance, Shounen, Supernatural

Rating: PG-13

Premiered: Fall 2006

Producers: GANSIS

Studios: Shaft

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About Sentai Filmworks, LLC
Sentai Filmworks is a leading global supplier of anime and official anime merchandise, distributing and curating one of the industry’s most diverse libraries of top trending and classic titles. Offering thousands of hours of content across both traditional and digital platforms, Sentai is dedicated to bringing captivating stories and iconic characters directly from Japan. With hit series that include Parasyte –the maxim–, No Game, No Life, Food Wars!Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, and Akame ga Kill!, Sentai’s catalog continues to grow with new favorites like Himouto! Umaru-chan and Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls, as well as classic anime series such as Legend of the Galactic Heroes. For more information, visit

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