In a magical universe, witches, warriors begin fighting in the name of good .vs. evil! At a magic school, five teenage girls are selected to defend the universe with their magic.

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In a magical universe, witches, warriors begin fighting in the name of good .vs. evil! A group of five teenaged girls where choosen to defend the universe with their magical powers. They're smart, They're stylish and they are magical fairies, They are the Winx Club! The Winx Club must defend their universe from having it be turned into darkness and terror by the Senior Witches. The magic is in you on the Winx Club. Written by Stuart Brewer

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Despite the OTHER comment in this area...
1 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I do have a child that watches this show and I watch it with her. She knows very well that it is merely a show! It isn't meant to be real and that the show is about "magical girls" that are really fairies.

The show is not an "anime ripoff" as it employs concepts that have been used through animation styles for decades. Over-sized eyes and small waists are NOT only genre specific to anime, nor have they ever been. And any person that claims as such hasn't done their homework.

The other commenter in this section has stated positive comments about "GI Joe" and "TMNT" and how they are "good shows for boys". I know that I don't encourage children to go around beating people up with weaponry and it might not be my cup of tea but to condone such activity and then trash a show that does NONE of this and write if off as "girls running around dressed like prostitutes" is going a bit far. Have a look at some of the of the other shows and idols that young girls look up to now days and by comparison Winx is a pinprick in the sea of things by comparison. These girls are animated characters that have magical powers. This is NOT a new concept. It has been done over and over again with skimpier clothing and thinner girls. The only true controversy seems to be from these "men" who act more like little boys who think that the show is "terrible" because girls like it.

It is a decent show for girls. I would much rather see girl saving the world than to see them arguing for 30 minutes on television as to what outfit they are going to wear that night. Give them some substance and the male audience can't stand it. It all comes down to them feeling that their ego is threatened. More power to you girls. I look forward to a fourth season.


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