Heaven's Lost Property - Season 1 - Classic (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)
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April 15, 2014
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Tomoki’s life was normal until a wish-granting angelic android named Ikaros fell from the sky and started calling him master! Of course, thanks to his raging teenage hormones, most of Tomoki’s wishes have something to do with panties. And that makes things pretty complicated, because one simple wish can lead to a rampaging robot made out of frilly undergarments. One tiny wish can turn bloomers into bombs capable of blowing up entire neighborhoods! If Tomoki doesn’t learn to control his impulses around Ikaros, and be more careful with his wishes, the chaos will only get crazier. Luckily, even with such a dirty mind, Tomoki’s heart is in the right place. His hands, however, are a completely different story.
Tomoki’s life was normal until a wish-granting angelic android named Ikaros fell from the sky and started calling him master! Life gets complicated in a hurry when one simple wish can lead to a rampaging robot made out of frilly undergarments – or turn bloomers into bombs capable of blowing up entire neighborhoods! If Tomoki doesn’t learn to be more careful with his wishes, the chaos will only get crazier. Luckily, even with the mind of a typical teenage boy, Tomoki’s heart is in the right place!
- Aspect Ratio : 1.78:1
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- MPAA rating : s_medNotRated Unrated (Not Rated)
- Product Dimensions : 6.5 x 5.25 x 0.55 inches; 6.4 Ounces
- Item model number : FUP5914BR
- Director : Zach Bolton
- Media Format : Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Animated, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
- Run time : 5 hours and 50 minutes
- Release date : April 15, 2014
- Actors : Greg Ayres, Brittney Karbowski, Eric Vale
- Subtitles: : English
- Studio : Funimation Prod
- ASIN : B00HXEWDDS
- Number of discs : 5
- Best Sellers Rank: #56,289 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Our main character Tomoki is a world class pervert and he does always get punished in unique ways for his constant perverted ways. Deep down he is a good guy as long as a nice bust line is not in view. I find myself laughing because it reminds me of adolescence only cranked up to 11 out of a possible 5!
Underneath all of the fan service you will see there is a story line and the series has its serious moments through out. I find it unique as Tomoki the guy that is on the bottom of the totem pole makes such a impact of the angeloids by his kindness and him just being himself. It is a vast difference from (as example) Nymph's previous master who only ran her down and tortured her for his amusement.
In the end it is the character of Ikaros that draws me to this series. LOL I really was rooting for her with in every episode and I got to say she is the dream woman in the end. She has a innocence that is refreshing and I love the way she cares for a watermelon :-) She doesn't know what love(she was built without the understanding) is but she never the less finds more and more love through this series and yes the second as well (I've only seen the 2 seasons at this point). Not only is she sweet as a button but she can kick butt when needed. Her dependability is remarkable and even though she calls Tomoki "master" I feel it is really her love that keeps her linked to him and not the "imprinting" that was formed i.e. the chain. Watching her try more and more to fit in to be human shows her dedication and love for Tomoki.
She wants only to please Tomoki and Tomoki himself wants her to be happy.
All the characters on here are top notch and there really is a light heartiness to this series. Maybe I am being bias because I do enjoy this series but if you enjoy anime and love fan service with dashes of drama with comedy as the icing on top, than this series is for you.
Note - there is some weirdness, scenes almost like 'Wine of the Dreamers' by John D. MacDonald (recommended reading) - some reality/unreality to the story that they seem to just bring up, then drop. Sometimes it's like 2 stories are going on at once, only one is focused on.
What more can you really ask for.
In all seriousness tho this really is a good anime iv been a fan of it for years and was very disappointed to hear there would be no season 3. This is one of the few anime's I get enjoyment out of rewatching.
At $20 for blu-ray and DVD its a win win. This is the first anime in my new collection and I was faced with a tough choice, either go DVD or Blu-ray. If I went blu-ray I get an excellent picture a dynamic sound and just a better viewing experience. However its not widely used.
On the other hand EVERYONE has a DVD player between built in the TV, a game console, or a PC any one can watch DVD which is nice since I can share my anime with my friends.
I chose both at a great price can't go wrong with that