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Sister Princess, Vol. 1: Oh, Brother
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The background information about this series is that it was featured in a bishoujo gaming magazine in Japan called G's magazine from 1999 to 2003, and has been very popular in the Japanese video game market. This release is Season 1 of the anime consisting of 26 episodes. Season 2 known as Sister Princess RePure consists of 13 episode and is a different story altogether, since it is more closely related to the original stories of the video games and G's magazine. RePure as of current has not been licensed for US release at this time.
The story of this 1st season itself focuses on Wataru Minakami, a bright student who was planning to go to a prestigious school with his classmates Akio and Minai. Unfortunately, he screws up his entrance exam, and instead is shipped off by his butler to Stargazers Hill West University on an island without warning, as he's been accepted to the school by recommendation.Read more ›
Why? It's not your usual puffy and teary-eyed anime. After watching the first episodes, whereas the main characters of the anime series are thoroughly introduced one by one the anime seems to take off on a beat on its own with the remaining episodes on this disk. If you're a fan of Ah! My Goddess, Love Hina or Tenchi Muyo then you're sure to love this wonderful series.
Art is ok, if not somewhat meh-ish. Drawing is very pokemon-era, so don't expect Miyazaki level of animation. Opening song by Yui Horie is great, but that's about it for the music. There is no coherent storyline (the show doesn't really need one). There are so many things unexplained, and so many contradictory details. Nobody explained how he got all his previously-unknown sisters. So much overreaction. And I still like it. Be sure to throw all logic out the window once you start watching this and just enjoy the cuteness. All of us can use some cute in our lives, right?
P.S. the mobile-internet-enabled netbook amused me. This was released in 2001.
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Great for anyone who loves old school anime and comedy and a great story so I highly recommend this animePublished on November 19, 2012 by Heero Yuy
I have to say I agree with the reviewer who also rated this one star. I wanted to rate it lower but I couldnt. Read morePublished on September 5, 2006 by annakrazys
I've never seen a more mind-numbing series in the history of anime as this. I can't believe the early reviewers even saw it, when they give it a max rating. Read morePublished on April 13, 2006 by Courtland J. Carpenter