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Heaven's Lost Property: Season 1 (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)

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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.

Special Features

Textless opening song - Ring My Bell

Textless closing songs - Soba ni Irareru Dake de, Misaki Meguri,Taiyou ga Kureta Kisetsu, Senshi no Kyusoku, Yuke! Yuke! Kawaguchi Hiroshi, Natsuiro no Nanshii, Furimuku na Kimi wa Utsukishii,Wild Seven,Hatsukoi, Bokura no Daiarii, Champion, Akai Hana Shiroi Hana, Haru Ichiban

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Product Details

  • Actors: Saori Hayami, Brittney Karbowski, Soichiro Hoshi, Greg Ayres, Ayahi Takagaki
  • Directors: Hisashi Saito
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Blu-ray, Box set, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: December 20, 2011
  • Run Time: 350 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (209 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005NQ5LPK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,405 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: Blu-ray
If you are down on lowbrow anime pervert humor / ecchi comdey, regardless if there is some real cleverness & humor in it, then just walk away. This being another fantasy ecchi harem comedy, it has all of that & then some.

But this show really had me laughing. And there is an intersting mystery going on with some darker ominous undertones, creating some legitimate tension making you want to see the next episode. The angeloid characters are all well done characters with distinct different personalities & motivations. Our mian protaganist who ends up having to look after the angeloids, is an idiot. But one of the better idiots I have seen in these kinds of comedys, and well done character. It could be easy to dismiss a show like this as more fan service cheeasiness, but I think it does have some genuinely funny stuff going on throughout most of the show. The end credit animation & songs being different for each episode (and quite funny & clever) add a nice touch.
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I really liked this show. The humor is very lowbrow and some of the plots get really dirty. It is not something a person would want to just tune into to fill a day without looking into first. That said, it is really funny and definitely worth watching.

On some levels, this show has a linear plot line that can progress from episode to episode. It deals with an angel and the boy she belongs to and her ability to give him anything he wants. Did I mention he is really, really, obsessed with females and their undergarments? Well, that comes up a lot, as does his connection to his childhood friend/neighbor/possible love interest. There are two other characters as well, the class president and the boy who wants to fly, and another angel evening out a cast that adds a lot to the humor.

Here's an example of a plot line, to see if it is something you would watch, noting this is done with humor but that it also involves some nudity and crass comments/suggestions. Having caused an issue with his angel that ended up causing a flock of flying lady's undergarments, our main ends up with a home filled with colors that the growing boy covets. His neighbor, not thrilled, asks the angel for help and gets her to make any of these our main looks at to explode. This leads to a lot of issues for him considering how the put them on everything, walls, lines, even the goldfish. (wording chosen so not to be edited)

You also have a more serious portion of the show that deals with the angel and its original intent. It was apparently quite the killer in the past and Heaven wants it back. Apparently many male angels are sadists, too, and they send another angle to retrieve the first.
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Of all the anime I have watched, I have to say this one really took me by surprise. Given that I thought this was just another Ecchi/Harem, which I do enjoy...,what got me about this series was the story progression. The story of Tomaki, a high school student who just wants piece and quiet, and Ikaros, the autonomous Angeloid who crashes into Earth and Tomaki's life. What started out as a strictly perverted, child like, silly anime about a "Pet Class" Angeloid who can fulfill any wish (you can just see where the minds wander after taking one look at Ikaros) begins to turn a little more dark and sinister. Also, there are parts in this series that really do tug on the heart just a bit, as you watch the relationship between Tomakai and Ikaros. Her inability , due to programming, to express feelings and her struggle to understand the nature of the human heart forces even the most callous of viewers to empathize with her. And as Tomaki slowly starts to develop a different outlook towards Ikaros, as not just an object, but a person his heart begins to change as well. Then there is Nymph, another Angeloid who ends up interrupting Tomaki's world. Crass, indifferent, rude, and just down right condescending, she refers to humans as "Bug". Sent to retrieve Ikaros, she finds herself slowly start to realize that Tomaki's perverted nature hides a truly gentle soul. Finally the other girl in his life, childhood friend and next door neighbor Eishiro, has a hard time expressing her love for Tomaki, and can only do so by beating the hell out of him for every little thing. Fun, humorous, a little trashy, childish, and heart felt.... Heaven's Lost Property is a story that just made me feel good.......
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It's hard to say in a sentence what this series is about. Yeah, there's a truckload of ecchi humor full of bizarre panty situations, massive-breasted and beautiful "pet" angels that will do literally anything you want (don't worry, this isn't beaten around, and the main character tries the obvious wish in the very first episode). There's a great cast of characters each funny in their own unique way (the class president, the mix student who is both an emotionless fan of ecchi as well as a philosopher and scientist, and, uh, lives in the woods in a tent while commuting to school, and arguably everyone's favorite, Ikaros, the initially highly ditzy and totally emotionless servant angel that grants any wish at all--but be careful what you wish for with her), and the quickly-introduced tsundere loli angel--who happens to have an incredibly disturbing and dark past, as well as a hostility toward Ikaros. Oh yeah, and both angels initially go to school without really caring about it, and as you'd expect, their lockers are literally spilling with love letters due to how ridiculously attractive they are.

A *lot* happens in every episode, so there's a ton of content packed into the brevity of only around a dozen episodes. Hell, in the first episode alone, the world ends because the main character makes an unfortunate wish with unintended consequences. Yeah, seriously. Every episode has so much content that happens at a rocketing pace, and the sense of humor remains truly excellent throughout. The writing for the dub is wonderfully natural and keeps the original's idea without sacrificing anything in the just-American-enough translation.
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