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Ah! My Goddess: Flights of Fancy - Season 2 Set

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It's been almost a year since the Goddess Belldandy came to live with college student Keiichi Morisato, and he's almost gotten up the nerve to kiss her. Unfortunately, the encounter with the Lord of Terror damaged some of Yggdrasil's systems, and the contract binding Belldandy and Keiichi is among the lost data.

The lovebirds can only hope the information can be retrieved before the Almighty One orders Belldandy back to Heaven. Naturally Skuld and Urd try to help, but it might be better if they didn't. Then, with Christmas at hand, Keiichi works himself to the bone to buy a present, and the rivalry with Sayoko may have driven Belldandy to drink?!

What happens when a Goddess is (literally) drunk with power? Find out what happens next in Ah! My Goddess, Season Two.


The second season of the harem comedy Ah! My Goddess unleashes an emotional rollercoaster as Norse goddess Belldandy experiences confusion, jealousy, impotence, despair and, of course, devotion to (and from) good-hearted nerd Keiichi Morisato. When she sealed away the Lord of Terror at the end of Season 1, some data was deleted in Heaven--including the contract linking her to Keiichi. To restore the missing file, he must remember the exact wording of the wish that brought them together. Once that problems gets sorted out, a succession of girls--natural and supernatural--pursue Keiichi. Shiho, a pretty freshman at Nekomi Tech, flummoxes him by writing a love note. The voluptuous goddess Peorth decides she's going to replace Belldandy by granting his most heartfelt wish. Mariler, the demon who caused so many problems in the first season, reappears. She's as incompetent as ever, so Hild, the formidable ruler of Demonkind, steps in to complicate matters further. In between these adventures, Skuld experiences puppy love and Urd goes beyond The Three Faces of Eve when Mariler physically splilts the demonic and divine sides of her personality. Things end happily when Peorth's training, Chihiro's hints and a potion of Urd's finally get Keiichi to tell Belldandy he loves her. In short, the filmmakers deliver the special mixture of syrupy sentimentality and broad slapstick comedy that Ah! My Goddess fans expect. (Rated TV PG, suitable for ages 12 and older: alcohol use, minor risqué humor, comic violence, brief nudity) -- Charles Solomon

(1. Ah! I Wish…Once More! 2. Ah! The Beleaguered Queen of Vengeance, 3. Ah! I Offer these Feelings on Christmas Eve, 4. Ah! I Want to Fill the World with Happiness! 5. Ah! Well-Matched Vibes of Love! 6. Ah! Is that Jealousy?! 7. Ah! Shall I Grant Your Wish?! 8. Ah! I Want to be of Use to You! 9. Ah! The Goddesses Go Head to Head on a Date! 10. Ah! I Just Can't Say It! 11. Ah! Grasp Your Dream with Your Own Hands! 12. Ah! A Goddess's Tears and his Dream! 13. Ah! Let Those Feelings Awaken! 14. Ah! My Darling Cupid! 15. Ah! I'm Half Goddess, Half Demon! 16. Ah! Shimmer Without Fear of the Darkness! 17. Ah! TheChair of Demonkind Descends! 18. Ah! Do Demons Have Any Dignity? 19. Ah! the Love of a Goddess Saves! 20. Ah! It Doesn't Matter Where, So Long as We're Together! 21. Would It Be Okay If I Were a Demon? 22. Ah! The Goddess's Confession! 23. "Ah! Everyone Has a Destiny! 24. Ah! The Song of Love that Shakes the Heart!?

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Product Details

  • Format: Animated, Box set, Color, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: November 25, 2008
  • Run Time: 576 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001F2U71O
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,458 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Ah! My Goddess: Flights of Fancy - Season 2 Set" on IMDb

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If you've already seen the first season you pretty much know the main four characters if not I really advise getting the first season or watching it on t.v. to familiarize yourself with the characters. The short info is that in the first season you had Keiichi Morisato a young college student with little going for him girl wise makes a unique call to a real goddesses help line and contacts Belldandy a beautiful goddess who tells him he can have one wish, by mistake he wishes that Belldandy stay with him on earth and while it may have been a mistake of the tongue the two truly start to fall in love with each other. Along the course of the first season we get introduced to Urd the older half-sister(Who while has a loving heart is also quite flirtatious to)and Skuld the youngest sister(Who is a mechanical genius and while has a great intelligence to make fantastic machines still has the mentality of a young child.). The second season introduces us to a rival of sorts to Belldandy by the name of Peorth another beautiful goddess who claims to just be trying to give Keiichi his inner wish but actually starts to fall for him as well. The second season like the first is mostly light-hearted with most of the episodes having some kind of scenario that tries to cause problems between Belldandy and Keiichi and their love. The video is like the first season nice and clear and the voice actors for both the English and Japanese cast did a great job. The extras are just commentaries from mostly the English voice cast and that's about it. The four dvds are in two thinpack cases that hold two dvds each and put inside a paper sleeve case.Read more ›
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This is the follow up to season 1. It picks up where the 1st left off. We get to enjoy the old characters and a few new ones. Urd's mother, Queen of the demons, plays a pretty cool part in this season. The goddess Peorth and the demon Marller are both very inportant in this one as well. If you liked season 1, you will like season 2. Without a doubt.
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This review is for the continuation of the Ah! My Goddess (AMG) TV series, Sorezore no Tsubasa. It can be be watched without watching the previous series but it's probably best not to because all the major character introductions were handled in the first series.

AMG is your standard romantic comedy (rom-com), complete with a rather pathetic male lead and a huge amount of large breasted females around him. It has its quirks, such as supernatural elements in the way of Goddesses and demons, as well as some robots, but the main focus is on the comedy side, with the supernatural stuff often used as a means of getting more laughs out of viewers.

Keiichi, the pathetic male lead mentioned above, lives with no less than three Goddesses: Belldandy, a doormat who has no evil in her heart and would do anything for Keiichi; Urd, Belldandy's half Goddess, half demon big sister who likes wearing revealing clothes and attempting to push the lead couple closer together and Skuld, Belldandy's younger sister who wants all of her big sister to herself and is an expert at building machines. The four different personalites work well together, with Urd being my favourite by far because she comes across as the most real character and has had the most development in AMG to date.

A few weeks after finishing the first season (S1), I typed up a very short review. I commenting that, although the plot didn't really advance after the start, instead going around in a seemingly endless circle, people would walk away glad that AMG is a 'circular' series because it's so heart-warming and charming.

After finishing season 2 (S2), I'm starting to think I was incorrect.
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I heard about Ah! My Goddess when I was in junior high from a classmate. When I accidentally discovered season 1 at Best Buy, I decided that I had to get it. I immediately fell in love with Belldandy's optimistic confidence and caring heart. I also enjoyed Keiichi's shyness and determination. It reminded me of myself. I couldn't wait for season 2.
The voice acting for both Japanese and English dubbed are both rather decently equal in my opinion. The opening theme catches me from the start. The romance between Belldandy and Keiichi finds difficulty and perserverance. With difficulties from Urd's love potions, Skuld's inventions, Marller's evil wits, Megumi's nosiness, and the autoclub's crazy ideas, it proves quite challenging for Keiichi and Belldandy. Season 2 also introduces a few new interesting characters.
By far, this series of "Ah! My Goddess" has become my absolute #1 favorite anime of all time. It is well worth getting both seasons. I really hope season 3 makes it soon.
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While the first season of Ah My Goddess! introduced you to the all the characters and their motivations, Flights of Fancy does a very good job to further flesh out these characters and introduces two new ones. However, while the first season generally saw no direct interference with the main protaganists' relationship, the second season directly goes that route to forcefully develop said relationship. While this works as a plot device, it does conflict with some of the clean charm and innocence that made the first season so refreshing. Still much of the fare remains, while all the characters are further developed. A very good follow-up to the first season.
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