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Ah! My Goddess Season 2, Vol. 2: I Only Want to Be with You


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AH! MY GODDESS tells the story of college freshman Keiichi Morisato who is chosen to receive a single wish. The angelic "goddess" Belldandy is sent down to Earth to grant his wish. But Keiichi thinks she’s just part of an elaborate prank, so he wishes for Belldandy to stay with him forever. Much to his surprise, she agrees! The series follows their relationship as they become closer to each other.

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Norse goddess Belldandy experiences a new emotion in the second season of the popular romantic comedy Ah My Goddess: jealousy. Keiichi isn't sure what to do when Shiho, a pretty freshman at Nekomi Tech, leaves him a love note. Her shy demeanor conceals a brash, would-be exorcist who's decided Keiichi is troubled by evil spirits. Unfortunately, her talismans and spells attract the spirits she's trying to repel. Belldandy fixes everything, but only after she realizes she doesn't like seeing another girl throw herself at Keiichi. As soon as that crisis has been resolved, Keiichi accidentally phones heaven and calls down voluptuous goddess Peorth, who's determined to replace Belldandy by granting his most heartfelt wish. Keiichi already lives with a goddess, so he doesn't really want anything--which precipitates a nurturing competition. It's a formula for the mixture of comedy and caring that Ah! My Goddess fans love. (Rated TV PG, suitable for ages 12 and older: alcohol use, minor risqué humor) --Charles Solomon

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Product Details

  • Format: Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Section 23
  • DVD Release Date: July 10, 2007
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000P6R5LQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #160,041 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Hope that things are going to be better for volume 3.
SWC
When he saves her from playboy Aoshima, he asks Kei and Bell for more help for a date.
Anime Lover
Needless to say, there's never a dull moment in this story.
S. Bell

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Natalie V. Galasso VINE VOICE on May 20, 2008
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Length: 1:26 Mins
This is a box set. It comes with Volume 2. It is Season 2. I had a lot of questions, myself.. so I made a Video Review and posted some Amazon pictures above. ( The Box Set comes with Volume 2. Not Volume 1 or 3, 4, 5, or 6! Please be sure to understand this isn't a complete set! you have to collect the rest of the Volumes. Wanted to point that out in case some people were not sure)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By F.M. on July 12, 2007
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That is the central theme of this disc and (gasp! shock!) this includes Belldandy. Before I start my review, my recommendation would be to watch the first disc. That way you can have a better understanding of the relationships between the characters. I will break down my review by episodes that are on the disc. Also, I will try not to give away too much of the story (AKA Spoilers) Now onto the review:

Episode 5:
Otaki (second in command of autoclub) fixes Satoko Yamano scooter much to the dismay of Aoshima (rich-boy). Sparks fly between the two (Otaki and Satoko) and after some convincing from Keiichi and Belldandy, they go to the amusement park on a date. Unfortunately for the two lovebirds, Aoshima owns this place and (you guessed it) when he sees his potential girlfriend (oxymoron if he is a playa) having a good time, he decides to try and ruin the date

Episode 6:
Keiichi for the first time receives a love letter, or so he thinks, from the young exorcist apprentice Shiho Sakakibara from his school. Shiho senses non-human psychic waves coming from Keiichi which she mistakes to evil spirits. Yet she gets too close to Keiichi at times and Belldandy begins to experience the darker side of her emotions. Now up to this point, Belldandy has been suppressing her jealous side/emotion. And if you know the power of being a Goddess (considering Belldandy is very high ranking), lets just say that Shiho is end for a rude awakening and Keiichi realizes that despite Belldandy's Goddess Status, she is still a woman and needs one thing from the man she loves: appreciation.

Episode 7:
Enter a new character, Peorth, who happens to work for the Earth Support Office. This is a direct rival of Goddess Relief Office, who Belldandy works for.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Anime Lover on July 12, 2007
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Now that Keichii and Belldandy have pretty much staked their respective claims on each other hearts, you would think things would start settling down.....NOT!!! Love is in the air and more heavenly bodies are in the future. First up is Guy Otaki(the thin, blond counterpart to the auto club president), who falls for a beautiful first year by the name of Satoko. When he saves her from playboy Aoshima, he asks Kei and Bell for more help for a date. Then Kei gets his first love letter from a young spiritualist by the name of Shiho who thinks that he is surrounded by evil spirits. Bell starts to show a more human side in this one because she has never felt things like loss or jealousy, much to the dismay of a hellhound that Shiho accidentally summoned. Then the body count goes up a notch when, while making a call to Megumi, Keichii once again connects to Heaven to the Earth Support Line and summons Peorth (Pee-orth), the Fourth Goddess. Now Peorth (who dresses like an Al-Bhed from Final Fantasy X) is a direct rival to Belldandy and is going to try to do anything in her power to get Kei's wish, including seducing him. Then a real free for all starts up when all four goddess decide to do nice things for Keichii,which somehow drags in the rest of the group and of course creates even more of a mess (big surprise there :-P)

Once again the goddess squad has not disappointed, with entertaining dialouge, a bit of fan service, and a good supply of explosions. And we have not EVEN gotten to the fact the Hild is right around the corner (for those who do not know.....you have to wait until next time). Until next disc.......
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Bell on December 1, 2007
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There is no peace in the Morisato household this time, but there's also a whole lot of fun. First, a mysterious stranger sends Keiichi a love note, but is she sincere, or after something else. Then one of the seniors in the auto club does a good deed, and gets a chance at the perfect girlfriend, if he can keep Toshiyuki away from her. And, just when you think Keeichi has earned a break, he gets a phone number wrong, and ends up with another goddess!
Needless to say, there's never a dull moment in this story. Personally though, I wouldn't have it any other way. If you're new to this story, you might be able to start with season 2 #1. If you've followed this story all along, don't you dare miss this one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robbert de Groot on February 2, 2008
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I've collected the manga series and have the first season of Ah(or Oh) My Goddess. The second season seems to start off a bit slower or a little awkward I find. It improved further into the season.

I enjoy this series because it's never really too serious and it's entertaining. I like the characters as well as how they are drawn.
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There's already a decent review for the episodes, so I'll share my thoughts with some other things regarding this release.

The artbox is similar to the season 1 box in how it opens up (you may have to be careful in holding it because of this design). It has a red color theme, as one can see, and looks nice next to the first boxset. Adorning the box is very high-quality art of all the major characters and the new characters present in this volume. This level of art is worth the extra $ the box costs, if you ask me. Also, I don't know if it's just my box, but there's a very small amount of adhesive that holds the top and bottom part of the box together. The season 1 box didn't have this.

The DVD case inside has a picture of Urd looking seductive (her usual look), as well as her angel summon-thing behind her in a pose that's showing off her chest. This art is also high quality and very...attractive. The back of the case has a layout similar to previous volumes, with some nice looking pictures of Peorth, the character introduced in this volume.
My gripe with this DVD (as well as the previous, volume 1) is that there is simply nothing inside the DVD case other than the disc and no reversible cover. Many other collections I have include DVD cases with reversible cover art, little booklets or foldouts. Since this volume included the artbox, I wanted more, like the phonestrap you get with the season 1 artbox.
It seems like this season of Ah! My Goddess has some barebones packaging. If it wasn't for the gorgeous cover art, I'd be really disappointed. I hope the future releases come with more inside than just the DVD.

P.S. It's the same size as the first season boxset and the same design, too (the way it opens and the plastic slipcover).
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AH! My Goddess Season 2 - BOX
To answer your question, I havent got the box, but I think it is just an artbox to hold the 6 dvds. I personally like to buy the boxes to put the dvds into, from what I noticed some artboxes dont come with anything extra. Just a filler piece of cardboard and the dvd, by the looks that is all it... Read More
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