Magical Witch Punie-Chan

Magical Witch Punie-Chan Box ArtReviewed by: Jason Stillion
Review Date: December 15th, 2013
Last Updated: Dec 10, 2016

Animation Studio: Studio Barcelona
Director: Tsutomu Mizushima
Japanese Release: 2006

Official Website: Media Blasters
Version Reviewed: Anime Works (Media blasters) Special Edition DVD
Language Reviewed: Japanese Language w/ English Subtitles

How I discovered: My first exposure to Magical Witch Punie-Chan was a “vegetable suicide” clip that aired on the E’s The Soup.

Plot: Punie, is a magical princess that must spend one year on earth if she wants to inherit the throne. While on earth, multiple assassins are trying to kill her.

Review: This was a fun series to watch. The opening title showing her happily dancing while different types of building burn out of control in the background sets the tone of this series perfectly.  She pretends to be a sweet and innocent magical princess, but when the act doesn’t work or she gets agitated or annoyed, her true nature emerges. When using magic in combat is not an option, she switches to painful wrestling moves. There’s more then one scene of her breaking multiple bones and joints of an enemy she’s defeated that almost make’s you want to cringe. Be sure to check out the “extra’s” on the dvd. They contain a series of short stories where her friend visits Punnie-Chan in her kingdom.

My Grade: 4 out of 5 = “Loved it”

Watch online @

Not streaming on Crunchyroll, Hulu, or netflix.

Can be purchased @

Dvd (2011) “Special Edition” – Amazon – ebay – – Right Stuf International

Dvd (2008) (Subtitle Only) – –  Right Stuf International

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