Puella Magi Homura Tamura

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Puella Magi Homura Tamura ~Parallel Worlds Do Not Remain Parallel Forever~ (魔法少女ほむら☆たむら ~平行世界がいつも平行であるとは限らないのだ〜 Mahō Shōjo Homura☆Tamura ~Heikō Sekai ga Itsumo Heikōdearu to wa Kagiranai Noda~) is a manga spin-off by afro (あfろ) originally serialized in Manga Time Kirara Magica starting from the first issue.

Contents

Blurb

Volume 1
The life of a magical girl isn't all fighting witches and collecting grief seeds. When they aren't kicking butt, Homura Akemi and her friends face the same trials as normal high school girls! In this four-panel comedy, glimpse a sillier side of the girls from the bestselling Puella Magi Madoka Magica series!
Volume 2
In each new time flow she visits, Tamura — er, Homura — is introduced to a unique Madoka, Kyubey, Sayaka, and Kyoko... and a fresh headache. Traveling blindly through the temporal landscape, Tamura — er, Homura — encounters worlds ever more wildly different from the one where she first befriended Madoka Kaname. The more Madokas-behaving-oddly she sees, the more Tamura — er, Homura — longs to meet her dearest friend as she once knew her... if only to reassure herself she hasn't gone absolutely crazy!!

Plot

A slice-of-life story focusing on the sillier aspects of the Madoka Magica timelines. It involves Homura travelling to many different timelines and getting stuck in ridiculous situations.

Episodes

Volume 1
Volume 2

Characters

See: Madoka Magica Characters

Publishers

Language Publisher Country Release date Volume 1 Volume 2
Japanese Houbunsha Japan October 26, 2013,
May 27, 2015
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English Yen Press USA August 18, 2015,
February 23, 2016
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Thai Siam Inter Comics Thailand 2015 Tamura Thai Vol.1 Cover.jpg

Etymology

  • "Tamura" means "gathering". "Puella Magi Homura Tamura" in full could thus be read as "Gathering of Magical Girl Homura", "Homura's Gathering of Magical Girls", "Magical Girl Homura's Gathering(s)", or so on.

Trivia

  • Homura Tamura volume 2 is the shortest manga volume of the franchise, at 112 pages, whereas most other volumes are usually around 144 or 160 pages long.
  • Homura Tamura has the most chapters of any other manga in the franchise, as well as the most per single volume.

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