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“Madoka Magica” Wide Faced Propaganda

Sep 23, 2012 @ 17:05 CDT

Two days transpire, and thus, we receive a pair of Madoka film frames – both of which are merely stills from the TV series, and unfortunately, not very visually engaging ones either, yet they’re not awful at least.

Immediately below is the latest of the two images, and it features Madoka relaxing within the domain of Homura – albeit not in the most interesting of manners. This is perhaps one of the least aesthetically pleasing seconds from the entire series – Madoka appears lifeless, and there’s little enjoyment to be derived from glaring at this. As for the second frame, one of the thick lines which contribute to Homura’s wide face status can be easily spotted – and besides that, there’s no other notable details.

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