Some articles on magical:

Diagon Alley - Magical Menagerie
... The Magical Menagerie is a magical creature shop that in addition to selling magical creatures also offers advice on animal care and health ... Among the creatures in the Magical Menagerie are enormous purple toads, a firecrab, poisonous orange snails, a fat white rabbit that can turn into a silk top hat and back, cats of every colour, ravens ...
Magic In Bartimaeus - Magical Items
... All magical items contain demons/spirits ... The majority of magical artifacts appear to be talismans, which are defined as only usable upon command ...
Corrector Yui
... Corrector Yui (コレクターユイ, Korekutā Yui?) is a magical girl anime series created by Kia Asamiya ... This series follows a basic magical-girl progression, and falls into many of the magical girl tropes common in the late nineties ... The series is innovative amongst magical girl series in that Yui's powers all derive from not just the technology she uses, but are incorporated entirely into her on-line avatar, with no real powers granted outside ...
Dr. Strange (1978 Film) - Plot
... defender of our world against threats of a magical nature, the Sorcerer Supreme, is presently a man named Thomas Lindmer ... Strange bears his father's magical ring as a sign of this, and he has already sensed something wrong, but does not recognize the importance of these feelings of apprehension ... of the mystical world wherein the battle between good and evil is played out on a magical level, all unbeknownst to the mundane world, to save Clea and thwart ...
Magical Play
... Magical Play (魔法遊戯 飛び出す!! ハナマル大冒険, Mahō Yūgi Tobidasu!! Hanamaru Daihōken?) is an original net animation featuring character designs by Kiyohiko Azuma ... The magical girl satire was later compiled into four half hour episodes and released on four DVDs ...

Famous quotes containing the word magical:

    Science is always discovering odd scraps of magical wisdom and making a tremendous fuss about its cleverness.
    Aleister Crowley (1875–1947)

    Something magical happens when parents turn into grandparents. Their attitude changes from “money-doesn’t-grow-on-trees” to spending it like it does.
    Paula Linden (20th century)

    In man, the shedding of blood is always associated with injury, disease, or death. Only the female half of humanity was seen to have the magical ability to bleed profusely and still rise phoenix-like each month from the gore.
    Estelle R. Ramey (b. 1917)