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Magi

An epic dungeon-busting adventure inspired by One Thousand and One Nights!

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Deep within the desert lie the mysterious Dungeons, vast stores of riches there for the taking by anyone lucky enough to find them and brave enough to venture into the depths from which few have ever returned. Plucky young adventurer Aladdin means to find the Dungeons and their riches, but Aladdin may be just as mysterious as the treasures he seeks.

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List of Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic chapters

No.Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN 1 December 18, [2]August 13, [1]
  • Night "His Name is Aladdin" (その名はアラジン, Sono Na wa Arajin)
  • Night "His Name is Alibaba" (その名はアリババ, Sono Na wa Aribaba)
  • Night "Aladdin and Alibaba" (アラジンとアリババ, Arajin to Aribaba)
  • Night "Dungeon Diving" (迷宮組曲, Danjon Kumikyoku)
  • Night "Adventure" (冒険, Bōken)
  • Night "The Dungeon's Center" (迷宮の中, Danjon no Naka)
  • Night "Dungeon's Menace" (迷宮の脅威, Danjon no Kyōi)
2 December 18, [3]October 8, [4]
  • Night "Aladdin's True Identity" (アラジンの正体, Arajin no Shōtai)
  • Night "Tyrant" (暴君, Bōkun)
  • Night "Sabotage" (望郷, Bōkyō)
  • Night "Necropolis" (ネクロポリス, Nekuroporisu)
  • Night "Place That Strains Life" (命張る場所, Inochi Haru Basho)
  • Night "Magician of World Creation" (創世の魔法使い, Sōsei no Mahōtsukai)
  • Night "Lord of The Dungeon" (迷宮の主, Danjon no Nushi)
  • Night "Clear" (完全攻略, Kuria)
  • Night "The Promise" (約束, Yakusoku)
  • Night "Day of The Journey" (旅立ちの日, Tabidachi no Hi)
3 March 18, [5]December 10, [6]
  • Night "Rukh" (ルフ, Rufu)
  • Night "The Great Kouga Empire" (大黄牙帝国, Dai Kouga Teikoku)
  • Night "Slave Hunting" (奴隷狩り, Dorei Gari)
  • Night "Legend" (伝説, Densetsu)
  • Night "War" (戦争, Sensō)
  • Night "The Home of Souls" (魂の故郷, Tamashī no Furusato)
  • Night "Dungeon Capturer" (迷宮攻略者, Danjon Kōryakusha)
  • Night "Paimon" (パイモン)
  • Night "Guide" (導かれし者, Michibika Reshi Mono)
  • Night "The Scar That Can't Disappear" (消えないあざ, Kienai Aza)
4 June 18, [7]February 11, [8]
  • Night "The "Fanalis" Warrior Clan" (戦闘民族ファナリス, Sentō Minzoku Fanarisu)
  • Night "Slave" (奴隷, Dorei)
  • Night "Miracle" (奇跡, Kiseki)
  • Night "Banquet" (宴, Utage)
  • Night "Road to Balbadd" (バルバッドへの道, Barubaddo e no Michi)
  • Night "His Name is Sinbad" (その名はシンドバッド, Sono Na wa Shindobaddo)
  • Night "Answer" (答え, Kotae)
  • Night "The Fog Dissipates" (霧散, Musan)
  • Night "The Fog Troupe" (霧の団, Kiri no Dan)
  • Night "Remembrance" (月見, Tsukimi)
5 August 18, [9]April 8, [10]
  • Night "Junkyard Street" (ゴミ溜めの街, Gomidame no Machi)
  • Night "Incident" (事件, Jiken)
  • Night "Rest Assured" (大丈夫, Daijōbu)
  • Night "Attack" (襲撃, Shūgeki)
  • Night "Alibaba and Sinbad" (アリババとシンドバッド, Aribaba to Shindobaddo)
  • Night "Alibaba and Ahbmad" (アリババとアブマド, Aribaba to Abumado)
  • Night "Black Sun" (黒い太陽, Kuroi Taiyō)
  • Night "His Name Is Judar" (その名はジュダル, Sono Na wa Judaru)
  • Night "Two "Magi"" (二人のマギ, Futari no Magi)
  • Night "Magic" (魔法, Mahō)
  • Night "Ugo" (ウーゴくん, Ūgo-kun)
6 October 18, [11]June 10, [12]
  • Night "A New Visitor" (新たなる来訪者, Aratanaru Raihōsha)
  • Night "Melee" (乱戦, Ransen)
  • Night "After the Battle" (戦いの後, Tatakai no Ato)
  • Night "Alibaba and Sahbmad" (アリババとサブマド, Aribaba to Sabumado)
  • Night "Savior" (救う者, Sukuumono)
  • Night "Duty" (責任, Sekinin)
  • Night "Determination" (決意, Ketsui)
  • Night "The Djinn's Metal Vessel" (ジンの金属器, Jin no Kinzoku Ki)
  • Night "Dowry" (結納品, Yuinō Hin)
  • Night "Djinn Equip!" (魔装, Masō)
7 January 18, [13]August 12, [14]
  • Night "Assault" (突撃, Totsugeki)
  • Night "Repeated Showdown" (再対決, Sai Taiketsu)
  • Night "Rebellion" (反逆, Hangyaku)
  • Night "Alibaba's Answer" (アリババの答え, Aribaba no Kotae)
  • Night "Alibaba's Sophism" (アリババの屁理屈, Aribaba no Herikutsu)
  • Night "The Republic of Balbadd" (バルバッド共和国, Barubaddo Kyōwakoku)
  • Night "Cassim's Reply" (カシムの答え, Kashimu no Kotae)
  • Night "Holy Palace's Aladdin" (聖宮のアラジン, Seikyū no Arajin)
  • Night "Clash" (激突, Gekitotsu)
  • Night "The Black Rukh's Djinn" (黒きルフのジン, Kuroki Rufu no Jin)
8 April 18, [15]October 14, [16]
  • Night "The Will of Revolution" (革命の意志, Kakumei no Ishi)
  • Night "Bird" (鳥, Tori)
  • Night "Alibaba" (アリババとは, Aribaba to wa)
  • Night "Wisdom of Solomon" (ソロモンの知恵, Soromon no Chie)
  • Night "Rukh's Will" (ルフの意志, Rufu no Ishi)
  • Night "Something Sublime" (崇高な何か, Sūkōna Nanika)
  • Night "Cassim" (カシムとは, Kashimu to wa)
  • Night "Smile" (笑顔, Egao)
  • Night "Sindria Kingdom" (シンドリア王国, Shindoria Ōkoku)
  • Night "Magicians" (魔法使い, Mahōtsukai)
9 July 15, [17]December 9, [18]
  • Night "Alibaba's Sword" (アリババの剣, Aribaba no Ken)
  • Night "Eight Generals" (八人将, Hachi Nin Shō)
  • Night "Mahrajan's Night" (謝肉宴の夜, Maharagān no Yoru)
  • Night "A Big Country" (大きな国, Ōkina Kuni)
  • Night "Everyone's Daily Life" (それぞれの日々, Sorezore no Hibi)
  • Night "Kougyoku And Sinbad" (紅玉とシンドバッド, Kōgyoku to Shindobaddo)
  • Night "The Culprit Is?" (犯人は?, Han'nin wa?)
  • Night "His Name is Ren Hakuryuu" (その名は練白龍, Sono Na wa Ren Hakuryū)
  • Night "The Royal Prince and the Imperial Prince" (王子と皇子, Ōji to Ōji)
  • Night "The Voyage Towards Zagan" (ザガンへの船旅, Zagan e no Funatabi)
10 October 18, [19]February 10, [20]
  • Night "The best Thing I Can Do Now" (今できる最良のこと, Ima Dekiru Sairyō no Koto)
  • Night "Another Dungeon" (迷宮再び, Danjon Futatabi)
  • Night "Inside of Zagan" (ザガンの中, Zagan no Naka)
  • Night "Zagan Appears" (ザガン登場, Zagan Tōjō)
  • Night "Halhaal Rasas" (灼熱の連弾, Haruhāru Rasāsu)
  • Night "Your Power" (あなたの力, Anata no Chikara)
  • Night "Weakling" (弱虫, Yowamushi)
  • Night "Zagan's Magic" (ザガンの魔法, Zagan no Mahō)
  • Night "Activation" (発動, Hatsudō)
  • Night "Assassin" (発動, Shikaku)
11 January 18, [21]April 14, [22]
  • Night "The Dark Metal Vessel Again" (闇の金属器再び, Yami no Kinzoku Ki Futatabi)
  • Night "Trump Card" (切り札, Kirifuda)
  • Night "Dark Djinn Equip" (闇の魔装, Yami no Masō)
  • Night "Extreme Magic" (極大魔法, Kyokudai Mahō)
  • Night "Turn of Fate" (運命の逆流, Unmei no Gyakuryū)
  • Night "The True Nature of Strength" (力の本質, Chikara no Honshitsu)
  • Night "Dungeon Conqueror" (迷宮攻略者, Meikyū Kōryakusha)
  • Night "I Can Still Fight!!" (私はまだ戦える!!, Watashi wa Mada Tatakaeru!!)
  • Night "Fury" (激情, Gekijō)
  • Night "Swordsmen" (剣士, Kenshi)
12 April 18, [23]June 9, [24]
  • Night "Genius" (天才, Tensai)
  • Night "The Fourth Magi" (4人目のマギ, 4 Hitome no Magi)
  • Night "Dungeon Conqueror's Banquet" (迷宮攻略者の宴, Danjon Kōryakusha no Utage)
  • Night "Path" (道, Michi)
  • Night "Curse" (呪い, Noroi)
  • Night "High King" (覇王, Haō)
  • Night "Inside Alibaba" (アリババの中, Aribaba no Naka)
  • Night "Turning Point" (転機, Tenki)
  • Night "The Premonition of a New Journey" (旅立ちの予感, Tabidachi no Yokan)
  • Night "The Reason for Determination" (決意の訳, Ketsui no Wake)
13 July 18, [25]August 11, [26]
  • Night "Pairing" (別離, Betsuri)
  • Night "Zepar" (ゼパル, Zeparu)
  • Night "Departure" (出航, Shukkō)
  • Night "The Journey By Boat" (船旅, Funatabi)
  • Night "Pirates" (海賊, Kaizoku)
  • Night "Zagan's Activation" (ザガン発動, Zagan Hatsudō)
  • Night "Breaking into" (突入, Totsunyū)
  • Night "The Pirate's Fortress" (海賊砦, Kaizoku Toride)
  • Night "Ice Spear" (氷の槍, Kōri no Yari)
  • Night "Mother" (母, Haha)
14 September 18, [27]October 13, [28]
  • Night "Independence" (自立, Jiritsu)
  • Night "Dark Memories" (闇の記憶, Yami no Kioku)
  • Night "Bitter Enemy" (仇敵, Kyūteki)
  • Night "Confession" (告白, Kokuhaku)
  • Night "Gentle Person" (優しい人, Yasashii Hito)
  • Night "The Night Before Farewells" (前日, Zenjitsu)
  • Night "Travelling Alone" (一人旅, Hitoritabi)
  • Night "Ren Kouha" (練紅覇, Ren Kōha)
  • Night "Special Training" (特訓の日々, Tokkun no Hibi)
  • Night "Daily Lessons" (学問の日々, Gakumon no Hibi)
15 November 16, [29]December 8, [30]
  • Night "Reim Empire" (レーム帝国, Rēmu Teikoku)
  • Night "Yambala" (ヤンバラ, Yanbara)
  • Night "Colosseum" (闘技場, Tōgiba)
  • Night "Fusion" (融合, Yūgō)
  • Night "The High Priestess" (最高司祭, Saikō Shisai)
  • Night "The Great Rift" (大峡谷, Dai Kyōkoku)
  • Night "Gathering" (集会, Shūkai)
  • Night "One World" (一つの世界, Hitotsu no Sekai)
  • Night "A New Emperor" (新たなる皇帝, Aratanaru Kōtei)
  • Night "Another 6 Months Later" (さらに半年後, Sarani Hantoshi-go)
16 February 18, [31]February 9, [32]
  • Night "Titus Alexius" (ティトス・アレキウス, Titosu Arekiusu)
  • Night "Aladdin vs Titus" (アラジンVSティトス, Arajin VS Titosu)
  • Night "Aberrant Magic" (超律魔法, Chō Ritsu Mahō)
  • Night "Titus' True Identity" (ティトスの正体, Titosu no Shōtai)
  • Night "Mission" (使命, Shimei)
  • Night "Cooperation" (協力, Kyōryoku)
  • Night "The 5th Level Authorization District" (5等許可区, 5 tō Kyokaku)
  • Night "Livestock" (家畜, Kachiku)
  • Night "Magoi Furnace" (魔力炉, Magoi Ro)
  • Night "Ideology Reformation" (思想教育, Shisō Kyōiku)
17 May 17, [33]April 12, [34]
  • Night "The Magician's Solitude" (魔導士の孤独, Madōshi no Kodoku)
  • Night "The Magician's Country" (魔導士の国, Madōshi no Kuni)
  • Night "Transformation" (変化, Henka)
  • Night "The Truth About Mogamett" (モガメットの真実, Mogametto no Shinjitsu)
  • Night "Zemi" (研究室, Zemi)
  • Night "The Truth About Titus" (ティトスの真実, Titosu no Shinjitsu)
  • Night "Genesis" (発端, Hottan)
  • Night "Before the Beginning of the War" (開戦の前, Kaisen no Mae)
  • Night "War Cry" (鬨のこえ, Toki no Koe)
  • Night "Guardian Deities" (守護神, Shugoshin)
18 September 18, [35]June 14, [36]
  • Night "The Power of the People" (人の力, Hito no Chikara)
  • Night "Magic Weapon" (魔導兵器, Madō Heiki)
  • Night "Prey" (エサ, Esa)
  • Night "Fanalis vs Magicians" (ファナリスVS魔法使い, Fanarisu VS Mahōtsukai)
  • Night "The King of Beasts" (獣の王, Kemono no Ō)
  • Night "The Power of a Magi" (マギの力, Magi no Chikara)
  • Night "Fighting Spirit" (戦う心, Tatakau Kokoro)
  • Night "Barbatos" (バルバトス, Barubatosu)
  • Night "The High Priestess" (最高司祭, Saikō Shisai)
  • Night "The Dark Spot" (暗黒点, Ankokuten)
19 October 18, [37]August 9, [38]
  • Night "Towards the Deepest Sector" (最深部へ, Saishinbu e)
  • Night "Kouha Ren. The King Vessel" (練紅覇という王の器, Ren Kōha to iu Ō no Utsuwa)
  • Night "Completion" (完成, Kansei)
  • Night "Amon's Djinn Equip" (魔装アモン, Masō Amon)
  • Night "Confrontation" (対面, Taimen)
  • Night "Titus and Marga" (ティトスとマルガ, Titosu to Maruga)
  • Night "The Last Power" (最後の力, Saigo no Chikara)
  • Night "Kouen and Alibaba" (紅炎とアリババ, Kōen to Aribaba)
  • Night "The Great Assemble" (大集結, Dai Shūketsu)
  • Night "The Djinn Warriors" (魔装戦士達, Masō Senshi-tachi)
20 January 17, [39]October 11, [40]
  • Night "Ten Thousand" (一万匹, Ichi Man Biki)
  • Night "Union of Flames" (炎の共闘, Honō no Kyōtō)
  • Night "The One Who Eats Rukh" (ルクを喰うモノ, Rufu o Kuu Mono)
  • Night "Fierce Attacks" (猛攻, Mōkō)
  • Night "The Treacherous Magi" (裏切りのマギ, Uragiri no Magi)
  • Night "The Hour of Downfall" (滅亡の時, Metsubō no Toki)
  • Night "Full Power" (全ての力, Subete no Chikara)
  • Night "Hesitation" (迷い, Mayoi)
  • Night "The Message" (伝言, Dengon)
  • Night "Welcome Home" (おかえりなさい, Okaerinasai)
21 April 18, [41]December 13, [42]
  • Night "After the War" (戦の後, Ikusa no Ato)
  • Night "Manly Tears" (男の涙, Otoko no Namida)
  • Night "The Invitation Letter to Balbadd" (バルバッドへの招待状, Barubaddo e no Shōtaijō)
  • Night "Alibaba's Household" (アリババの眷属, Aribaba no Kenzoku)
  • Night "Madly in Love" (ほれたのほれたの, Horeta no Horeta no)
  • Night "Sinbad and Yunan" (シンドバッドとユナン, Shindobaddo to Yunan)
  • Night "What is a King Vessel?" (王の器とは?, Ō no Utsuwa to wa?)
  • Night "An Evening at an Old Friend's House" (旧友との夜, Kyūyū to no Yoru)
  • Night "At Cassim's Grave" (カシムの墓, Kashimu no Haka)
  • Night "The Man Called Ren Koumei" (練紅明という男, Ren Kōmei to Iu Otoko)
22 July 18, [43][44]
(LE)February 14, [45]
  • Night "Unified Ideology" (思想統一, Shisō Tōitsu)
  • Night "Conditions" (条件, Jōken)
  • Night "The Fanalis' Homeland" (ファナリスの故郷, Fanarisu no Kokyō)
  • Night "Dirty Hands" (汚い手, Kitanai Te)
  • Night "The Summit" (会談, Kaidan)
  • Night "The Homeland Where He Was Born" (生まれ故郷, Umare Kokyō)
  • Night "Legend" (神話, Shinwa)
  • Night "His Name is Solomon" (その名はソロモン, Sono Na wa Soromon)
  • Night "The Other Species" (異種族, Ishuzoku)
  • Night "The Great Sinners" (大罪人, Taizainin)
23 October 17, [46]April 11, [47]
  • Night "Solomon's Real Identity" (ソロモンの正体, Soromon no Shōtai)
  • Night "Something in Common" (共通するもの, Kyōtsū suru Mono)
  • Night "Lovesickness" (恋情, Renjō)
  • Night "Mother Dragon" (原始竜, Mazā Doragon)
  • Night "David's Prophetic Writing" (ダビデの預言書, Dabide no Yogensho)
  • Night "Close" (誓い, Chikai)
  • Night "Courtship" (求愛, Kyūai)
  • Night "The Future" (未来, Mirai)
  • Night "King Solomon" (ソロモン王, Soromon Ō)
  • Night "The Decisive Final Battle" (最終決戦, Saishū Kessen)
  • Night "David's Plan" (ダビデの策, Dabide no Saku)
24 January 16, [48][49]
(LE)June 13, [50]
  • Night "The World's Strongest Magician" (世界最強の魔導, Sekai Saikyō no Madō)
  • Night "David and Solomon" (ダビデとソロモン, Dabide to Soromon)
  • Night "To the World in Another Dimension" (異次元世界へ, I Jigen Sekai e)
  • Night "Solomon's World" (ソロモンの世界, Soromon no Sekai)
  • Night "The Rebellion Against The Light" (光への造反, Hikari e no Hangyaku)
  • Night "The Revolt of the Eight-Pointed Star" (八芒星の反乱, Hachibōsei no Hanran)
  • Night "The Return of Solomon" (ソロモンの帰還, Soromon no Kikan)
  • Night "Solomon's Avatar" (ソロモンのうつし身, Soromon no Utsushi Mi)
  • Night "How The New World Came To Be" (新たな世界の理, Arata na Sekai no Kotowari)
  • Night "Aladdin's Suggestion" (アラジンの提案, Arajin no Teian)
25 April 17, [51]August 8, [52]
  • Night "Expectations of the Three Countries" (三国の思惑, Sangoku no Omowaku)
  • Night "The Black Magi's Answer" (黒マギの答え, Kuro Magi no Kotae)
  • Night "Different Decisions" (それぞれの覚悟, Sorezore no Kakugo)
  • Night "Hakuryuu's Determination" (白龍の決断, Hakuryū no Ketsudan)
  • Night "The Djinn of Truth and Conviction" (真実と断罪のジン, Shinjitsu to Danzai no Jin)
  • Night "The Black King Vessel" (黒き王の器, Kuroki Ō no Utsuwa)
  • Night "The Power of the New Djinn" (新たなジンの力, Aratana Jin no Chikara)
  • Night "The Admonition of Phenex" (フェニクスの戒め, Fenikusu no Imashime)
  • Night "The Decisive Battle at the Capital" (帝都決戦, Teito Kessen)
  • Night "Judar's Trump Card" (ジュダルの奥の手, Judaru no Oku no Te)
26 July 17, [53][54]
(LE)October 10, [55]
  • Night "Hakuryuu's Resolve" (白龍の執念, Hakuryū no Shūnen)
  • Night "The New Emperor" (新たな皇帝, Aratana Ō)
  • Night "Hakuryuu's Imperial Edict" (白龍の勅令, Hakuryū no Chokurei)
  • Night "The Reunion of Two King Vessels" (王の器の再会, Ō no Utsuwa no Saikai)
  • Night "An Unyielding Battle" (譲れない戦い, Yuzurenai Tatakai)
  • Night "The Determination to Not Turn Back" (交わらぬ覚悟, Majiwaranu Kakugo)
  • Night "The Power of Omniscience" (全知の力, Zenchi no Chikara)
  • Night "The Invisible Power" (見えない力, Mienai Chikara)
  • Night "Belial's Djinn Equip" (魔装ベリアル, Masō Beriaru)
  • Night "The Decisive Battle Between Extreme Magic" (極大魔法決戦, Kyokudai Mahōkessen)
27 October 16, [56]December 12, [57]
  • Night "The End of the King Vessel" (王の器の決着, Ō no Utsuwa no Ketchaku)
  • Night "The Extreme Power of Magic" (究極の力魔法, Kyūkyoku no Chikara Mahō)
  • Night "After the Death Match" (死闘の果てに, Shitō no Hate ni)
  • Night "Knowing Good from Evil" (善悪の判断, Zen'aku no Handan)
  • Night "Aladdin's Will" (アラジンの意志, Arajin no Ishi)
  • Night "Alibaba's Whereabouts" (アリババの行方, Aribaba no Yukue)
  • Night "The Beginning of the Great War" (大戦の幕開け, Taisen no Makuake)
  • Night "Encounter With the Unknown" (未知との遭遇, Michi to no Sōgū)
  • Night "The Night Before the Decisive Battle" (決戦前夜, Kessen Zen'ya)
  • Night "The Battle of Kanan" (華南の戦い, Kanan no Tatakai)
28 January 18, [58]February 13, [59]
  • Night "The Duty of a General" (将たる務め, Shōtaru Tsutome)
  • Night "Encirclement Strategy" (包囲作戦, Hōi Sakusen)
  • Night "Breaking Through the Enemy's Formation" (敵陣突破, Tekijin Toppa)
  • Night "The Battle of the Households" (眷属合戦, Kenzoku Gassen)
  • Night "The Original Plan" (当初の計画, Tōsho no Keikaku)
  • Night "The Course of the War is Reversed" (覆る戦局, Kutsugaeru Senkyoku)
  • Night "The Bottom of the World" (世界の底, Sekai no Soko)
  • Night "The Will of God" (神の意志, Kami no Ishi)
  • Night "The Desired World" (望む世界, Nozomu Sekai)
  • Night "Confrontation Between Brothers" (兄弟の対面, Kyōdai no Taimen)
29 April 12, [60][61]
(LE)April 10, [62]
  • Night "The Winner and the Loser" (勝者と敗者, Shōsha to Haisha)
  • Night "The Execution" (処刑執行, Shokei Shikkō)
  • Night "The Course of Vengeance" (復讐の行方, Fukushū no Yukue)
  • Night "A New Act Begins" (たな幕開け, Aratana Makuake)
  • Night "Alibaba's Return" (アリババの帰還, Aribaba no Kikan)
  • Night "Changes to the World" (世界の変容, Sekai no Hen'yō)
  • Night "In the Trading Company Headquarters" (商会本部へ, Shōkai Honbu e)
  • Night "The World Innovator" (世界の革新者, Sekai no Kakushin-sha)
  • Night "The Journey to Rakushou" (洛昌への旅路, Rakushō e no Tabiji)
  • Night "The New World Under Strain" (新世界の歪み, Shin Sekai no Hizumi)
30 July 15, [63]June 12, [64]
  • Night "Alibaba's Power" (アリババの力, Aribaba no Chikara)
  • Night "Reunion With a Friend" (皇帝との再会, Tomo to no Saikai)
  • Night "Direct Negotiations" (直接交渉, Chokusetsu Kōshō)
  • Night "The Beginning of the Counterattack" (反撃の糸口, Hangeki no Itoguchi)
  • Night "The First Signs of Kou's Revival" (煌復活の狼煙, Kō Fukkatsu no Noroshi)
  • Night "The Leftover Assets" (残された財源, Nokosa reta Zaigen)
  • Night "The Strategist's Secret Plan" (軍師の秘策, Gunshi no Hisaku)
  • Night "Towards His Hometown" (故郷へ, Furusato e)
  • Night "The Plan's Chances of Success" (計画の勝算, Keikaku no Shōsan)
  • Night "As Someone Who Stands Above" (上に立つ者として, Ue ni Tatsu Mono to Shite)
31 November 18, [65]August 14, [66]
  • Night "Reim's Way of Doing Things" (レームの在り方, Rēmu no Arikata)
  • Night "To Each His Own Path" (それぞれの道, Sorezore no Michi)
  • Night "As a Delegate" (代表として, Daihyō to Shite)
  • Night "Rivals" (ライバル, Raibaru)
  • Night "The Battle of the New Era" (新時代の戦い, Shin Jidai no Tatakai)
  • Night "A Voice from Beyond" (彼方からの声, Kanata kara no Koe)
  • Night "Incompatible Intentions" (交わらぬ意志, Majiwaranu Ishi)
  • Night "Arba's Intentions" (アルバの思惑, Aruba no Omowaku)
  • Night "Preparations Complete" (準備完了, Junbi Kanryō)
  • Night "The Guardian" (守り人, Moribito)
32 January 18, [67]October 9, [68]
  • Night "Yunan vs Arba" (ユナン対アルバ, Yunan Tai Aruba)
  • Night "The Results of Training" (修行の成果, Shugyō no Seika)
  • Night "The Rematch" (2年ぶりの再戦, 2-Nen-buri no Saisen)
  • Night "The Showdown with Al Thamen" (組織との決戦, Soshiki to no Kessen)
  • Night "Arba's Tenacity" (アルバの執念, Aruba no Shūnen)
  • Night "Reunion and Then" (再開、そして, Saikai, Soshite)
  • Night "Making the Rounds" (挨拶回り, Aisatsu Mawari)
  • Night "David's Whispers" (ダビデの囁き, Dabide no Sasayaki)
  • Night "Sinbad's Bonds" (シンドバッドの絆, Shindobaddo no Kizuna)
  • Night "The Board of Directors' Response" (理事会の応酬, Riji-kai no Ōshū)
33 April 18, [69]December 11, [70]
  • Night "Kougyoku's Gratitude" (紅玉の感謝, Kōgyoku no Kansha)
  • Night "Arba's Proposal" (アルバの提案, Aruba no Teian)
  • Night "Sinbad's Smile" (シンドバッドの笑み, Shindobaddo no Emi)
  • Night "To The Heights" (高みまで, Takami made)
  • Night "The Adventure Won't End" (冒険は終わらない, Bōken wa Owaranai)
  • Night "The Gods' Multi-Layered Structure" (神の多重構造, Kami no Tajū Kōzō)
  • Night "The Sage Who Served the King" (王佐の賢者, Ōsa no Kenja)
  • Night "A Very Bad Feeling" (強烈な違和感, Kyōretsuna Iwakan)
  • Night "Dumped" (フられた, Fu Rareta)
  • Night "A Shared Hope" (共通の希望, Kyōtsū no Kibō)
34 June 16, [71]February 12, [72]
  • Night "The Greedy King of Man" (強欲な人の『王』, Gōyokuna Hito no "Ō")
  • Night "Together, To The Rukh" (共にルフへ, Tomoni Rufu e)
  • Night "Alibaba's Choice" (アリババの選択, Aribaba no Sentaku)
  • Night "The Greatest King Vessel of All" (誰よりも大きな『王の器』, Dare yori mo Ōkina "Ō no Utsuwa")
  • Night "The Gate to the Sacred Palace" (聖宮へのゲート, Seikyū e no Gēto)
  • Night "Facing" (ぶつかい合いながら, Butsu kai Ai nagara)
  • Night "The 7 Dungeons" (7つの迷宮, Nanatsu no Danjon)
  • Night "An Irrational Destiny" (理不尽な運命, Rifujin'na Unmei)
  • Night "The Conviction of Wrath and Heroes" (憤怒と英傑の信念, Funnu to Eiketsu no Shin'nen)
  • Night "Valefor" (ヴァレフォール, Varefōru)
35 August 18, [73]April 9, [74]
  • Night "Conviction of Falsehood and Prestige" (虚偽と信望の信念, Kyogi to Shinbō no Shin'nen)
  • Night "A Battle To See Right From Wrong" (見極める戦い, Mikiwameru Tatakai)
  • Night "The Conviction of Souls and Puppetry" (精神と傀儡の信念, Seishin to Kairai no Shin'nen)
  • Night "The Innovator" (革新者, Kakushin-sha)
  • Night "A Certain Space" (とある空間, Toaru Kūkan)
  • Night "All Was Planned" (全ては布石, Subete wa Fuseki)
  • Night "A Magical Connection" (繋げる魔法, Tsunageru Mahō)
  • Night "Neither Future" (どちらでもない未来, Dochira Demonai Mirai)
  • Night "Feeling of Nothingness" (虚無感, Kyomu-kan)
  • Night "The Possibilities of Great Magic" (大魔法の可能性, Dai Mahō no Kanōsei)
  • Night "The People Involved" (巻き込まれる人間, Makikoma reru Ningen)
36 October 18, [75]June 11, [76]
  • Night "Something Great and Impossible" (不可能な大事業, Fukanōna Dai Jigyō)
  • Night "The Magic to Return the World to the Ruhk" (世界をルフに還す魔法, Sekai o Rufu ni Kaesu Mahō)
  • Night "The Key to the Sacred Palace" (聖宮の鍵, Hijiri Nomiya no Kagi)
  • Night "Collection of the Ruhk" (ルフの回収, Rufu no Kaishū)
  • Night "The Battle to Protect the World" (地上を守る戦い, Chijō o Mamoru Tatakai)
  • Night "The Hierarchy of God" (神の序列, Kami no Joretsu)
  • Night "Requiem" (引導, Indō)
  • Night "A Member of the World" (世界の一員, Sekai no Ichiin)
  • Night "A Different Destiny" (異なる運命, Kotonaru Unmei)
  • Night "The Metal Vessels are for This Day's Sake" (金属器は今日のために, Kinzoku-ki wa Kyō no Tame ni)
37 November 17, [77]August 13, [78]
  • Night "Alibaba's Answer" (アリババの答え, Aribaba no Kotae)
  • Night "The Final Blow" (最後の一撃, Saigo no Ichigeki)
  • Night "Destiny's Furthest Ends" (運命の最果て, Unmei no Saihate)
  • Night "Together This Time" (今こそ共に, Imakoso Tomoni)
  • Night "A Cruel But Free Path" (過酷で自由な道, Kakokude Jiyūna Michi)
  • Night "The Great Dungeon Towers" (迷宮の巨塔, Danjon no Kyotō)
  • Night "Cowardly Person" (おくびょうな人, Okubyōna Hito)
  • Night "Chaotic World" (混沌とした世界, Konton to Shita Sekai)
  • Night "The Breaking Point" (限界点, Genkai-ten)
  • Night "Wishes" (願い事, Negaigoto)
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Magi:_The_Labyrinth_of_Magic_chapters
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From Publishers Weekly

Although characters like Aladdin and Ali Baba appear in Ohtaka's (Sumomomo Momomo) riff on One Thousand and One Arabian Nights, they bear little resemblance to their namesakes. Instead, they, and the series, have more in common with typical shonen fare (i.e. manga aimed at adolescent boys): Aladdin, a naïve yet extraordinarily powerful youngster, partners with Alibaba, a materialistic yet good-hearted caravan driver, to explore and conquer 14 mysterious and treasure-laden dungeons scattered throughout the world. By blowing into his magic flute, Aladdin can summon the hulking body parts (but not the head) of his djinn, Ugo. It's a highly effective and visually comedic power reminiscent of the elastic body of Monkey D. Luffy, the protagonist of Eiichiro Oda's One Piece. In fact, the series reads remarkably like a landlocked version of that bestselling pirate serial, but ultimately lacks enough distinction to avoid feeling like a retread. Ohtaka's art also does little to distinguish the series from the herd of comedic adventure manga, but it doesn't misstep anywhere and is sure to please its target audience. (Aug.)

Sours: https://www.amazon.com/Magi-Labyrinth-Magic-Vol-1/dp/X

Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic

Japanese manga series by Shinobu Ohtaka and its franchise

Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic (マギ, Magi) is a Japanese fantasyadventuremanga series written and illustrated by Shinobu Ohtaka. It was serialized by Shogakukan in the shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday from June to October , with its chapters collected and published into 37 tankōbon volumes. The manga is licensed for English release in North America by Viz Media.

An anime television adaptation by A-1 Pictures was broadcast in Japan from October to March , followed by a second season, titled Magi: The Kingdom of Magic, broadcast from October to March The anime series is licensed in North America by Aniplex of America. It was also licensed by Kazé in United Kingdom and by Madman Entertainment in Australia.

A spin-off series, titled Magi: Adventure of Sinbad, written by Ohtaka and illustrated by Yoshifumi Ohtera, was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Sunday from May to June , and later on Shogakukan's website Ura Sunday from September to April

In , Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic received the 59th Shogakukan Manga Award for the shōnen category. As of April , the manga had over 25 million copies in circulation.

Synopsis[edit]

Setting[edit]

The series is largely based on numerous stories from Arabian Nights, most notably the tales of Aladdin, Ali Baba, and Sinbad the Sailor.[3] The story is set in an alternate recreation of the ancient Old World with several regions and nations having some resemblances with real-life counterparts from that time. In this world, all living beings possess an essence known as Rukh (ルフ, Rufu) and when they die, this essence returns to the huge flow (also known as "guidance") of Rukh that gives life to all subsequent beings in an eternal cycle of rebirth called "Fate". Once a person is overcome with sadness, anger, and hopelessness, their Rukh becomes corrupted, unstable, and black, and deviates from the main guidance in a process known as "Fall into Depravity" (堕転, Daten).

There are also several magic castles full of treasures and traps known as "Dungeons", which are each the lair of a powerful magic being, a Djinn (ジン, Jin). Individuals that manage to overcome the trials of a Dungeon and earn the allegiance of its Djinn are known as Dungeon Capturers (迷宮(ダンジョン)攻略者, Danjon Kōryakusha), gaining the ability to use its powers infused in a personal item of theirs known as a "Metal Vessel" and create less potent "Household Vessels" for their companions as well.

People can use the Rukh in their bodies to create an energy known as Magoi (マゴイ) to power their magical weapons and abilities. This energy must be used with care, as despite the fact that an individual's magoi can be restored with feeding and rest, once fully exhausted it causes their death. Among those that can perform magic with their own Magoi there is a rare class of magicians known as Magi (マギ), that can also use Magoi from the Rukh around them, greatly increasing their capabilities. A Magi usually chooses Dungeon Capturers to offer guidance and protection making them into their King Vessels (王の器, Ō no Utsuwa). There are several nations in history that were founded or improved by the rule of such individuals.

Plot[edit]

Main article: List of Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic characters

After being secluded for his entire life, a boy called Aladdin travels the world with his "friend" Ugo, the Djinn contained within Aladdin's flute, until he meets Alibaba Saluja, a young man aiming to one day explore the nearby dungeon Amon and claim its treasures. Aladdin and Alibaba eventually become friends, and conquer Amon together, despite facing the opposition of the ruthless Jamil and his slave warriors: Morgiana and Goltas. After a desperate fight, Aladdin and Alibaba fend off Jamil and assist Morgiana in breaking the mental chains that bind her to her former master. Alibaba claims the dungeon while the Djinn Amon appears in front of Aladdin to briefly explain that he is a Magi and that Alibaba is his king's candidate. However, they are interrupted by an outside force trying to close the dungeon off. Alibaba, Aladdin, and Morgiana escape the dungeon while Goltas resolves to die to atone for his sins along with broken former master, but not before cutting Morgiana's shackles. For some reason, Aladdin ends up teleported to a distant land, far away from the others, where he learns what a Magi is, and that he is one. Having no news of his friend, Alibaba uses the treasure he obtained in Amon to free all slaves in the city, including Morgiana and returns to Balbadd, his homeland.

After having their own adventures in separate locations, Aladdin and Morgiana encounter a naked man named Sinbad, the first Dungeon Capturer and is now king of the island country of Sindria, who has been stripped of his seven Metal Vessels by a group of thieves. They eventually reunite with Alibaba in Balbadd, where they learn that he has joined the Fog Troupe, a cadre of thieves opposing the tyrannical rule of King Abhmad, Alibaba's half-brother. Helped by Aladdin, Morgiana and King Sinbad (who eventually regains his Metal Vessels), Alibaba manages to have the monarchy dissolved and establishes a republic in Balbadd. However, Balbadd ends up annexed to the Kou Empire, a powerful Eastern nation that plans to conquer the entire world under the pretense of putting an end to all conflict between the nations.

Following the events in Balbadd, Aladdin, Alibaba and Morgiana are brought to Sindria, where they train under members of Sinbad's household to increase their abilities and help him with his mission to stop the mysterious organization, Al-Thamen, that works in the shadows to spread chaos throughout the world as part of an unknown agenda. The trio ends up befriending Hakuryuu Ren, a prince of the Kou Empire visiting Sindria and whom they help to conquer the dungeon Zagan. After confronting members of Al-Thamen, Aladdin and his friends go separate ways for personal reasons, promising to rejoin together in the future. Aladdin enrolls in the Magnostadt Academy, a place where magician are treated as higher tier citizens than their normal human counterparts, to study magic and investigate the country's ties to Al-Thamen, Alibaba leaves to train with the Yambala Gladiators in the Reim Empire in order to improve his swordsmanship and learn magoi manipulation so he can achieve his complete Djinn Equip, Hakuryuu returns to the Kou Empire, and Morgiana departs to the Dark Continent to fulfill her dream of visiting her homeland.

One year later, Aladdin and Alibaba are reunited during Reim's campaign to conquer Magnostadt. After having helped defend the city, the Kou Empire launches a surprise attack. Hoping to prevent anymore magicians from falling in the battle, the city's leader, Matal Mogamett, summons an army of Dark Djinns with a huge mass of Black Rukh stored in its deepest level to defeat the invaders for good. However, Aladdin reveals that by doing this, Mogamett unwillingly helped Al-Thamen to get closer to their main objective, which is to summon their god, Ill Ilah, whose advent will cause the world's destruction. To prevent it from happening, Aladdin and his friends join forces with the Kou Empire, the Reim Empire and Sinbad's confederation, the Alliance of Seven Seas, to stop the summoning.

A few months later, representatives from Kou, Reim and Sindria gather for a summit organized by Sinbad. At the summit, Aladdin reveals that mankind was originally several distinct species transformed by magic into humans whose origin was the world of Alma-Torran, located in another dimension. The former god of this world being Ill Ilah who had its magoi stolen by Aladdin's father, King Solomon, in order to create a destiny favorable to the people of Alma-Torran. Resisting this change, the members of Al-Thamen summoned Ill llah to the world so it could reclaim its magoi. This sapped the world of all life and forced Solomon to give his life to seal away Ill Ilah and Al-Thamen along with it. Solomon gave his magoi to Ugo, and Ugo stored all the magoi within the Sacred Palace and used it to create the current world, the Magi system, and transport everyone from Alma-Torran to this world.

However, the summit is interrupted when Hakuryuu Ren and Judar start a civil war in the Kou Empire. Aladdin and Alibaba fly to the center of the Kou Empire to talk sense into Hakuryuu, however, they realize that he has fallen into depravity. The two duos fight and Alibaba and Judar end up as casualties. Hakuryuu fights most of the war by himself using his newly obtained Djinn, Belial, but eventually runs out of magoi and is forced to rely on Sinbad's assistance. After the war ends, Sinbad realizes his plan of having almost all the world's main powers assembled into a supranational union, the "International Alliance", and ushering a new era of peace and prosperity to the world, while Aladdin, Morgiana and Hakuryuu take separate ways. Meanwhile, a revived Judar and Alibaba meet on the other side of the Dark Continent, where they encounter the Mother Dragon who decides to assist them in traveling back to the mainland, however this would be a long journey. While traveling back, the Mother Dragon reveals that Ill Ilah's persona has been corrupted by David, the father of King Solomon and grandfather of Aladdin. He is also revealed to be connected to Sinbad and wants to become God of all.

Three years later, Alibaba reappears and reunites with his friends after they defeat Arba, apparently destroying Al-Thamen for good. However, Arba's spirit turns to Sinbad, and together, they reach the Sacred Palace where Ugo resides. By defeating Ugo and claiming ownership of the palace, Sinbad declares that the souls of all living things on Earth will be sent back to the Rukh, ending the cycle of life and death, certain that there is no other way to attain eternal peace and happiness for all. Aladdin, Alibaba, Hakuryuu and Judar join forces to confront Sinbad, but just after they reach a compromise with him, David appears and takes control of the Sacred Palace, as returning all souls to the Rukh was his original plan. After joining together to defeat David and destroy the Rukh system, the world suffers massive changes and the Magi system disappears, leading the nations to unite their efforts to create a better future.

Media[edit]

Manga[edit]

Main article: List of Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic chapters

Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic is written and illustrated by Shinobu Ohtaka. It was serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday magazine from June 3, to October 11, [4][5] Shogakukan collected its chapters in thirty-seven tankōbon volumes, released from December 18, to November 17, [6][7]

In North America, Viz Media announced in February the English-language license of the manga.[8] The thirty-seven tankōbon volumes of the series were published from August 13, to August 13, [9][10]

A spin-off series, titled Magi: Adventure of Sinbad, written by Ohtaka and illustrated by Yoshifumi Ohtera, was released as an additional material with the first volume of the anime series.[11] It was later expanded into a regular series, which was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Sunday from May 18 to June 26, ,[12][13] and later moved to Shogakukan's webcomic site Ura Sunday (also available later on the MangaONE app),[14] being published from September 18, to April 25, [15][16]

Anime[edit]

Main article: List of Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic episodes

During the Shogakukan's Jisedai World Hobby Fair '12 Summer event, an animetelevision adaptation was announced on the event's official website.[17] The anime series, produced by A-1 Pictures, aired on MBS/TBS's p.m timeslot from October 7, to March 31, [18][19] For the first 12 episodes, the opening theme song is "V.I.P." by SID and the ending theme song is "Yubi Bōenkyō" by Nogizaka[20] From episode 13 onwards, the opening song is "Matataku Hoshi no Shita de" by Porno Graffitti and the ending is "The Bravery" by Supercell.[21][22]

Just after the end of the anime series, a second season titled Magi: The Kingdom of Magic was announced.[23][24] The series aired, at the same timeslot of the first season, from October 6, to March 30, [25][26] For the first 13 episodes, the opening theme song is "Anniversary" by SID and the ending theme song is "Eden" by Aqua Timez,[27] while from episode 14 onwards, the opening theme song is "Hikari" by ViViD and the ending theme song is "With You/With Me" by 9nine.[28]

The series debuted in North America on October 10, on Crunchyroll and Hulu.[29]Aniplex of America licensed the series and its English-dub was streamed on Viz Media's Neon Alley service starting on October 18, [30][31][32] In December , Funimation added the series to its streaming service.[33] It has also been licensed by Viz Media Europe in Europe,[34]Kazé in the UK[35][36] (distributed by Manga Entertainment),[37][38] and by Madman Entertainment in Australia.[39]

Video games[edit]

Magi: Hajimari no Meikyū (マギ はじまりの迷宮 Magi: The First Dungeon) is a video game adaption of Magi released for the Nintendo 3DS platform. The game is produced by Bandai Namco Games and was released in Japan on February 21, [40] The game got an update with more playable characters, a new dungeon and more story.[41] A second titled Magi: Aratanaru no Sekai (マギ 新たなる世界, Magi: A Whole New World) for 3DS, was announced in September [41] The game was released on February 13, [42][43][44]

Reception[edit]

Four months after the series' anime adaptation announcement in June , the print circulation of the manga went from 3 million copies of the first 12 volumes to over million copies of the first 14 volumes in October of the same year.[45] As of October , the manga had over 13 million copies in circulation.[46] The numbers increased to over 18 million copies in circulation as of May ,[47] and over 23 million copies in circulation as of April [48] As of April , the manga had over 25 million copies in circulation.[49] In Japan, Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic was the 9th top selling manga series in ;[50] 4th in ;[51] 8th in ;[52] 20th in [53] and ;[54] and 10th in , its final serialization year.[55]

The series ranked #16 on Takarajimasha's Kono Manga ga Sugoi! list of best manga of for male readers.[56] The series won the 59th Shogakukan Manga Award in the shōnen category in [57] On TV Asahi's Manga Sōsenkyo poll, in which people voted for their top manga series, Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic ranked #[58]

In his review of the first volume of the manga, L.B Bryant noted "not only is it a shonen title but it's a GOOD shonen title" and recommended it be picked up.[59] Rebecca Silverman of Anime News Network ranked the first volume as a B. Silverman criticized how the fanservice was handled and pointed out that the story felt more like a role-playing game than a manga, and that it seemed as if Ohtaka was not sure about the story's direction. She compared Aladdin to One Piece's protagonist Monkey D. Luffy and commented that Ohtaka's art improved since her last series Sumomomo Momomo. Silverman concluded, "overall those looking for a good old shounen adventure story about a couple of plucky kids (with bonus burly djinn!) pursuing their dreams should give this a shot. It isn't perfect, but it is a good time".[60] Leroy Douresseaux of Comic Book Bin also ranked the first volume as a B, and compared Ohtaka's art style to Yuuki Iinuma's Itsuwaribito. She described Magi as a "straight-forward, fun to read adventure, part Prince of Persia and part Raiders of the Lost Ark".[61] Kelly Quinn of The B&N Sci-Fi and Fantasy Blog included the series on her list of "7 Butt-Kicking Shonen Manga by Women Writers".[62]

IGN listed Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic among the best anime series of the s, and wrote that it is "a fun watch and has a surprising amount of action for those that are fans of shonen".[63]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ abSeries Unit Director (シリーズ演出)

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  22. ^Loveridge, Lynzee (December 23, ). "Supercell Contributes Magi Anime's New Ending Theme". Anime News Network. Retrieved March 19,
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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magi:_The_Labyrinth_of_Magic

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