Happy Lesson OVA: Mama Mia!
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Happy Lesson OVA is more of a prequal to the series then a follow up tothe television series. The OVA consists of 3, 25 minute episodes. The first episode is an etended rehash of the first episode of the series which just isn't as good the edition though off the rythem of the episode and actually make it worse for wear. The other two cover the introduction of Chitose's two sister and are actually pretty good and gives you a far better feel for their characters, even if they don't show up that much in this OVA.
Now to the actual review well, there isn't much to say things don't get much better then Happy Lesson. The animation is extremely well done with fluid movements and attractive character designs. All the characters are likable and you finds yourself becoming fond of all of them. The music is light and happy like everything in the series. Though not as side hurtingly finny as the series the OVA is still pretty fun though it does have quiet a bit more fan fair. Don't get me wrong this series still stears clear of pervy and dark stuff for the most part, thisi s a light happy nonserious series.Read more ›
I especially liked the opening and ending songs in the OVAs.
It should be noted that there are actually 5 episodes in the OVA. For whatever reasons, ADV only released 3 of them, so the last 2 can be difficult to find.
If you're looking for an anime with a good mixture of comedy and drama with a nice variety of different characters, Happy Lesson is a good title to look into.
A must see, must own, Romantic comedy! Enjoy!
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