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Yū Kobayashi

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In fact, Yu Kobayashi's artwork of Setsuna as shown in the sixth episode is so crude that in the following episode, a badly-drawn Setsuna (done by Kobayashi) is seen talking to Konoka probably as a depiction of shame after Setsuna vows to Asuna to not wear a Chupacabra T-shirt and not let Konoka don one, which Konoka did.
Negima!? - Setsuna Sakurazaki

Shaft (company)

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is an anime television series created by Shaft. Under the direction of Akiyuki Shinbo, animation studio Shaft took the production of this Negima series in a direction different from Ken Akamatsu's manga or the anime production from XEBEC.

Trina Nishimura

In the English dub, Motsu and Shichimi are played by Trina Nishimura and Brina Palencia respectively.

Mugihito

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The narrator is voiced by Mugihito; in the English dub, he is played by Christopher Sabat.
Negima!? (Narration)

Miyuki Sawashiro

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Motsu is voiced by Chiwa Saito, and Shichimi is voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro.

Akiyuki Shinbo

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Directed by Akiyuki Shinbo, it aired from October 4, 2006 to March 28, 2007 in Japan.
Negima!? (2006–2007)

TV Tokyo

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This new season aired on TV Tokyo's late afternoon time slot rather than on late nights, like the original anime series did.
Negima!?

Megumi Takamoto

Megumi Takamoto replaces Chiaki Osawa as Chao Lingshen's voice actress.
Negima!? (Chao Lingshen)

Chō

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He is played by Yuichi Nagashima, who recently changed his stage name to Chō .
Negima!? (Yamada)

Christopher Sabat

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The narrator is voiced by Mugihito; in the English dub, he is played by Christopher Sabat.
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Cherami Leigh

Cherami Leigh replaces Dana Schultes as Setsuna Sakurazaki's voice actress, and Jenny Phagan as Akira Okuchi's voice actress. She also replaces Alison Viktorin as Fuka and Fumika Narutaki's voices in the last three episodes of the series.

Brittney Karbowski

Brittney Karbowski replaces Kate Bristol as Anya's voice actress, Bristol reprises her role as Sayo Aisaka.

Negima! Magister Negi Magi

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It is an alternate retelling of the Negima! Magister Negi Magi series.
Negima! has been adapted into two anime television series, the first created by Xebec aired in the first half of 2005 and followed the manga, while the second is an alternate retelling of the series by Shaft titled Negima!?.

J. Michael Tatum

J. Michael Tatum replaces Troy Baker as Nagi Springfield's voice actor.
Negima!? – Nagi Springfield (Negi's Father)

Ken Akamatsu

neo' is a manga spin-off of the series made by Takuya Fujima under the guidance of original creator Ken Akamatsu and the supervision of Studio SHAFT.
A second independent retelling of Negima was made called Negima!?.

R. Bruce Elliott

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R Bruce Elliott replaces the late Randy Tallman as Konoemon "Dean" Konoe's voice actor.
Negima!? - Konoemon "Dean" Konoe (2nd season, after the death of Randy Tallman)

Del Rey Manga

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Much like the original manga, Del Rey Manga has licensed ''Negima!?
Negima! Neo - by Ken Akamatsu (story) and Takuya Fujiyama (art)

Jamie Marchi

1000% Sparking featured the voice talent of Brina Palencia (Yue Ayase, No. 4), Luci Christian (Asuna Kagarazaka, No. 8), Jamie Marchi (Haruna Saotome, No. 14), and Leah Clark, (Nodoka Miyazaki, No. 27).

Leah Clark

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1000% Sparking featured the voice talent of Brina Palencia (Yue Ayase, No. 4), Luci Christian (Asuna Kagarazaka, No. 8), Jamie Marchi (Haruna Saotome, No. 14), and Leah Clark, (Nodoka Miyazaki, No. 27).

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The series started running on November 2006 in the monthly boys' manga magazine Comic BomBom.
Negima!? neo (Nov 2006 – Nov 2007)

Luci Christian

1000% Sparking featured the voice talent of Brina Palencia (Yue Ayase, No. 4), Luci Christian (Asuna Kagarazaka, No. 8), Jamie Marchi (Haruna Saotome, No. 14), and Leah Clark, (Nodoka Miyazaki, No. 27).

Anime

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is an anime television series created by Shaft.

Xebec (studio)

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Under the direction of Akiyuki Shinbo, animation studio Shaft took the production of this Negima series in a direction different from Ken Akamatsu's manga or the anime production from XEBEC.

Pani Poni

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In the same vein as Shinbo's previous series, Pani Poni Dash!, the anime features a plethora of parodies and references to popular culture, many of which appear seemingly randomly on the chalkboards in classroom scenes.