In the latest issue of the magazine Weekly shōnen jump is officially announced that the manga is written and illustrated by Hajime Kumoto, puree (Mashle: Magic and Muscles), will have an anime adaptation. The information was confirmed by a photo of one of the promos for the work's twelfth anthology, but no production details or a planned release date were announced.

Koumoto began publishing the manga through the magazine Weekly shōnen jump from the publisher shueisha in January 2020. The publisher released the eleventh anthology in May 2022 and will release the twelfth on July 4 in Japan.

Synopsis for stitch

To everyone else in his magic-dominated world, the young and powerless Mash Vandead is a threat to the gene pool and needs to be purged. He secretly lives in the forest and spends every day training his body and building muscles strong enough to rival magic itself. However, when Mash sees her identity revealed and her peaceful life threatened, she begins her journey to become a "divine seer," a role so powerful that society will have no choice but to exist to accept.

To live her peaceful life, Mash enrolls without magic at the prestigious Easton Magic Academy and competes with the sons of some of the kingdom's most powerful and elite. Mash, who doesn't have the skills to survive in Easton, Magic, already seems to be at a disadvantage compared to her classmates. To achieve her goals, Mash only needs to fight her fists through each trial and overcome magic with her muscles, all for the august title of Divine Visionary!

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