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Written by  Tatsuya Egawa
Demographic  Shōnen
Final episode date  10 May 1992
Magazine  Weekly Shōnen Jump
Music by  Seiji Yokoyama
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Published by  Shueisha
Volumes  21
Adaptations  Magical Taluluto (1990)
Studio  Toei Animation
Publisher  Shueisha
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Genre  Comedy, Action, Romance
Original run  September 1988 – October 1992
Similar  Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibō, Stop!! Hibari‑kun!, Golden Boy, Kimagure Orange Road, Tottemo! Luckyman

Magical Taluluto (Japanese: まじかる☆タルるートくん, Hepburn: Majikaru Tarurūto-kun) is a comedy manga by Tatsuya Egawa that was published in the Weekly Shōnen Jump from 1988 to 1992, spanning a 21-volume collected edition. It was adapted into an anime television series by Toei Animation that lasted 87 episodes and three feature films from 1990 through 1992.

Contents

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Plot

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Fifth grader Edojou Honmaru (voiced by Minami Takayama) is one of the most trodden-upon losers in his class, until he meets Magical Taruruuto-kun (voiced by Tarako). Taruruuto's powers help him deal with all his hardships, such as girls, bullies, and numerous other challenges.

Anime

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The Magical Taluluto TV series started on 1990 and ended on May 10, 1992. There are a total of 87 episodes.

Video games

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During the series' run, multiple video games based on the Magical Tarurūto-kun series were released in the early 90's. These include games for the Famicom, Super Famicom, Game Boy, Mega Drive, and Game Gear.

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The series was also represented in some cross-over games like Famicom Jump II: Saikyō no Shichinin, and Cult Jump.

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References

Magical Taluluto Wikipedia


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