The Bureau of Magical Things - Netflix
The Bureau of Magical Things is a children's fantasy drama told through the eyes of a teenage girl called Kyra who uncovers a magical world.
Once upon a time the human world and the world of magic - called the fae world - existed in harmony. But as technology advanced, the fae world was pushed back. Faeries and other magical creatures became endangered species. Now someone wants to change that and restore magic to its rightful place - no matter the cost. Kyra and Peter must solve the mystery of who that enigmatic figure is and how they will achieve their goal. The investigation leads them to uncover secrets in both the human and fae worlds that no one could have imagined.
Status: In Development
Runtime: None minutes
The Bureau of Magical Things - List of Magical Negro occurrences in fiction - Netflix
The Magical Negro is a supporting stock character in fiction who, by use of special insight or powers often of a supernatural or quasi-mystical nature, helps the white protagonist get out of trouble. African-American filmmaker Spike Lee popularized the term, deriding the archetype of the “super-duper magical negro” in 2001 while discussing films with students at Washington State University and at Yale University. The Magical Negro is a subset of the more generic numinous Negro, a term coined by Richard Brookhiser in National Review. The latter term refers to saintly, respected, or heroic black protagonists or mentors. The following list represents examples of the archetype that have been proposed or discussed.
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