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  • Actors: Kikuko Inoue, Masami Kikuchi, Yumi Tôma, Aya Hisakawa, Yuriko Fuchizaki
  • Directors: Hiroaki Gôda
  • Writers: Kôsuke Fujishima, Naoko Hasegawa
  • Producers: Hiroo Takimoto, Hiroshi Iwakawa, Masaaki Sekine, Masanori Tazawa, Masao Mochizuki
  • Format: Animated, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0), Japanese (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: ANIMEIGO
  • DVD Release Date: October 9, 2001
  • Run Time: 160 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005LB8F
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #223,061 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Oh My Goddess (Vol. 2)" on IMDb

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A five episode OVA, OH MY GODDESS is a cute, frequently hilarious and inventive take on a tried and true animé formula. In it, Keiichi, a lovelorn college freshman, tries to order takeout food one night and instead finds himself talking to a helper goddess service, through which he summons the goddess Belldandy, who offers to grant him one wish. Not believing that Belldandy is really a goddess, Keiichi wishes for Belldandy to stay with him forever. Soon, Keiichi realizes that Belldandy is no hoax and he promptly falls in love. However, he encounters more than a few pitfalls as he attempts to begin a romance with his new goddess, as well as more than a few visits from Belldandy's rambunctious sisters Urd and Skuld. Contains the final two episodes.

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It is very sweet, touching, and romantic.
AstroNerdBoy
And they still have conflicts and problems -- an important thing to remember when watching the show is that even for good people, prior mistakes can catch up with you.
Ryk E. Spoor
Hilarious Skuld and flirtatious Urd now live with them in the temple but a challenge awaits Keichi's and Belldandy's love.
Jono

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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By "richiepublicnick" on June 14, 2001
Format: DVD
Second DVD concluding the five part OVA series. Contains the last two episodes, 4 and 5, which are the longest episodes of the series. This is done by AnimEigo so you will known this DVD will be done right.
Episode 4: Evergreen Holy Night Keiichi's life finally seems to be getting back to normal (or at least as normal as life gets when you live in a temple with 3 goddesses!). Yes, he does get strange dreams, and yes, Urd and Skuld are a pain, but what the heck - his girlfriend is truly divine! Alas, System Bugs are escaping from the Heavens, upsetting the balance of the Earthly Plane.
Skuld gets on the case, and soon discovers that whenever Belldandy and Keiichi get close, a Bug Exhaust Port is formed. Until the problem is solved, Belldandy and Keiichi can't be together. Then Belldandy gets a Notice of Recall from the Lord. She has to go back to the Heavens, or else!
Episode 5: For the Love of Goddess You'd think with a goddess as a girlfriend, Keiichi's life would be Heaven, but the fact is, it's coming to resemble the other after-life address. If he even gets close to Belldandy, Bugs escape onto the Earthly Plane and foul up the works. Worse, the Lord has slapped her with a Recall Notice.
In two days, she has to relocate home to Heaven. As the clock ticks down, Belldandy must begin to erase herself from Keiichi's life and memory. And Keiichi? He's working his fingers to the bone so he can buy a ring for Belldandy. A ring that will fulfill a promise... a promise he doesn't remember making!
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By AstroNerdBoy on January 26, 2003
Format: DVD
The bad thing about the "Oh My Goddess" OAV series was that there were only five episodes created. Having been introduced to all of the major players, these final two episodes have much less humor and take a much more serious nature. Belldandy and Keiichi can no long come into close proximatey of each other as disasterous results happen due to system malfunctions. To make matters worse, Belldandy is being recalled to heaven to handle the situation. Keiichi now only has three days to buy Belldandy a ring and keep a promise he doesn't even remember.
Storywise, get the tissues ready! Call me a sap, but I litterally could feel the pain of separation from a loved one as the story progressed. Belldandy can't see Keiichi except from an extreme distance and so knits him a sweater -- a gift of her love since she will be forced to erase herself from his mind as well as remove the evidence she was even there. Keiichi works every possible job he can find just to get enough money to buy Belldandy an expensive ring -- a sacrafice of self to show his love. It is very sweet, touching, and romantic.
The DVD has the same extras as the first one. There is the audio commentary by the English voice actors which serves as humor but little else. I would have liked some more thoughts on when they were in the studio and coming up with script changes, but instead we get a lot of jokes to cover the serious, sad situation of the story going on. For filler, we have the main theme played without the credits and all five closing scense with song minus credits.
While liberties are taken with the English script, the English dub is very good. The English subtitles are even better if you are a purist in wanting to know what the Japanese are saying. It's not perfect, but of all the official subtitling I've seen, AnimeIgo really tries hard to do it right!
Bottom line: Fans of "Love Hina" or even "Hand Maid May" or other romantic-comedy shows will really enjoy this DVD!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "mrgarage" on September 29, 2001
Format: DVD
There are two types of people who will purchase this anime. Those who have seen AMG before, and those who haven't. For the former, I can say the DVD production quality is "good enough". Although other producers like Pioneer might have done better, this is as good as Animeigo, who has the rights, can do.
For those who haven't seen AMG, this is worth it whether you're a fan of anime or not. The animation is good, the music is wonderful, and most importantly the story is captivating. Throw a little fantasy into the plot and you arguably have the most enchanting romantic comedy in anime.
There's no need to take my word for it, though. AMG is a 2 hour series that was released 8 years ago in Japan and had no backing in the US from a major distributor. Yet the popularity of AMG, as reflected by web sites, is nearly on par with Princess Mononoke which was the most heavily promoted anime in US history and backed by no less than Disney.
Watch AMG and you'll understand why it continues to take on newcomers despite its age.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ryk E. Spoor on October 15, 2003
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I love this OAV series. Depending on my mood, it's either the best or the second-best anime OAV series I've seen.
Part of this is because the two main characters are just plain nice people. There's SO many anime where the main characters are annoying, stupid, stubbornly clueless, rude, or any of the above. It's not always necessary to have the main characters be clearly flawed in some way, and in this case, they aren't. If Keiichi has any flaw, it's that he's a bit too tentative around Belldandy, but can you BLAME him? She IS a goddess, after all.
And they still have conflicts and problems -- an important thing to remember when watching the show is that even for good people, prior mistakes can catch up with you.
The climactic scenes never fail to bring tears to my eyes. If you're a romantic, get this anime. You won't regret it.
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Contents??
The OVA... 5 episodes
Aug 14, 2008 by Jason Williams |  See all 2 posts
IS THIS IN ENGLISH
This is a dvd. The Vhs was in both Subtitle and Dub, both seperate.
Aug 14, 2008 by Jason Williams |  See all 2 posts
Technical Information?
It says 4:3(standard), its an older title so when it was drawn widescreen didn't even exist or was just coming out.
Oct 4, 2006 by B. Dagostino II |  See all 2 posts
Languages
Sorry, its only dubbed in English and includes the original Japanese, its also only subbed in English.
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Why do each of these volumes say they come from the 1990s? Be the first to reply
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