Heavily anticipated moe mahou shoujo series, Magical Suite Prism Nana, has been bestowed with its first PV – and it seems if one is anticipating any more than cute girls, one might as well pack up and go home.
This isn’t to say Prism Nana won’t have anything beyond cuddly 2-D creatures, although the series seems foremost based around cute females before anything else. The preview clip enthusiastically kicks off in a fashion as true to a sparkly magical girl vibe as possible, surpassed by only the ever-dominant PreCure series – with everything, from the visuals to the vibrations, being rather heavily inclined towards a girly rainbow atmosphere, something which strangely appeals to men of a variety of ages.
Getting slightly into the PV, the girls introduce themselves politely – all the while, the video provides some necessary moe fanfare to keep the onlooker entertained. Now being a work of SHAFT, a studio renowned for quality, while moe seems to be the center of the universe in this series – setting the cuteness aside, there are other aspects immediately notable of an immense quality. And for instance, one can praise the camera angles already – they’re dynamic in a few certain scenes, and offer some unique perspectives on occasion within the PV.
Beyond that, it’s worth mentioning that the art is not astounding in character design alone – as one will notice, the entirety of the clip exhibits some heavily magnificent artwork, both in terms of technique, as well as general flavor. There’s quite an abundance of abstract patterns and other elements mixed together at a few moments – and those odd sights are reminiscent to Madoka Magica in that they’re likely to be seen after the girls transform into their flashy arcane state, as that’s what we’re shown, albeit in a split-second turmoil.
Past the first PV, the video continues along with a variety of other scenes and still imagery to attract attention – to which in response, there’s little to be further said except that one will certainly look forward to whatever this series turns out to be.