Kyubey is back: Madoka takes a right turn in Albuquerque

Feb 03 // Salvador GRodiles
   @TheCrimsonBlade

April has nowhere to run.

Making Puella Magis is some serious business, and Aniplex's contract has yet to diminish. Kyubey is lucky that he's not a gray rabbit, because his next destination is one that most underground travelers tend to miss. Thanks to his proud decision, Albuquerque will be the next eligible volunteer to show the two Madoka Magica movies that have stormed through the US.   

Albuquerque won't be the only one to partake in the showings, since San Francisco is getting another chance to collect more contracts. If there was one catch, it's that Albuquerque's contract requires you to purchase your tickets locally. 

Showtimes for Albuquerque and San Francisco can be found below, along with the links that let you obtain your precious Soul Gems.  

[via ANN, image by Mizuki]

San Francisco, CA: 4 Star Theatre

2/15 Friday 7:00 PM

 

Albuquerque, NM: The Guild Cinema [Starting March 1st, tickets can be bought at Lobo Anime & Comics and Stranger Factory]

4/19 Friday 7:00 PM

 


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