October 20, 2015

Ah! My Goddess!



So, I'm watching an anime called "Ah! My Goddess!" My Goddess is about a down on his luck college student, Keichi, who one day picks up the phone and hears that he's qualified for help from the "Goddess Help Line". A beautiful goddess named Belldandy appears before him and tells him that she can grant any of his wishes. Perplexed and overwhelmed, Keichi blurts out that he wishes she would stay with him forever. The rest of the anime is the wish granted! But read on for more review!



Who wouldn't want a beautiful and kind goddess to stay with us forever? It's a no brainer and the maker of the anime seemed to strike again for "my-own-girlfriend" anime like Chobits. He also combined some harem aspects found in anime like Love Hina and Tenchi Muyo by having all of Belldandy's friends and family, all hot girls come and live with Keichi.

It seems a bit less complex than Chobits and a bit less edgy, I mean ecchi, than Love Hina. Though there are some moments in the show where you would think to yourself, "Fanservice would be here" if you're as perverted as... nevermind.

If you're looking for another anime like Chobits, Love Hina, or Tenchi and haven't already seen Ah! My Goddess! then you're in luck! It's well worth the watch! And another watch here and there when you're feeling depressed. Nothing can cheer you up more than having your own Goddess as your girlfriend.

 ...And that's one good reason why this anime is good!

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