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Mamoru-kun ni Megami no Shukufuku wo!

Mamoru-kun ni Megami no Shukufuku wo!

Alternative Titles

English: Venus to Mamoru!
Synonyms: Mamoru-kun was Blessed by a Goddess!
Japanese: 護くんに女神の祝福を!

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 6, 2006 to Mar 30, 2007
Producers: Zexcs
Duration: 22 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.261 (scored by 6110 users)
Ranked: #23072
Popularity: #1819
Members: 13,727
Favorites: 31
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top anime page.

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comedy romance school

Synopsis

"Beatrice". It is a mysterious power that responds to people’s will and realize all of them. Tokyo Beatrice University Attached High School is the only school that teaches Beatrice called "magic appears in the real world".

Yoshimura Mamoru is a high school boy who was saved by Beatrice miraculously when he was a child. At the first day of the school, he meets a girl under the cherry trees on his way to the school. She orders him to go out with her.

Her name is Takasu Ayako. She is in the second grade and one year older than him. She is a director of student committee of discipline. Also, she is a granddaughter of a big-name politician, very beautiful, and a genius Beatrician who can even shoot a satellite down. She is called Witch Beatrice or Death Angel in Beatrice, but in fact, she is a pure-hearted girl.

(Source: AnimeNfo)

Related Anime

Adaptation: Mamoru-kun ni Megami no Shukufuku wo!

Characters & Voice Actors

Takasu, Ayako
Takasu, Ayako
Main
Takahashi, Mikako
Japanese
Takahashi, Mikako
Yoshimura, Mamoru
Yoshimura, Mamoru
Main
Kimura, Akiko
Japanese
Kimura, Akiko
Abiko, Tsuneo
Abiko, Tsuneo
Supporting
Kimura, Taku
Japanese
Kimura, Taku
Deiter Rudiger, Johan
Deiter Rudiger, Johan
Supporting
Koyasu, Takehito
Japanese
Koyasu, Takehito

Staff

Kawasaki, Itsurou
Director
Iwanami, Yoshikazu
Sound Director
Nemoto, Toshizou
Script
Yamada, Yuka
Script



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Oct 30, 2008
Oxtail
Mamoru-kun is a cute little romantic comedy that is often overlooked. It's not really a masterpiece that's going to end up on a lot of people's top-10 lists, but it's quite enjoyable for what it is. I'd put it in the same category as Kamisama Kazoku and Midori no Hibi - light romantic comedy that's not meant to be taken too seriously.

The very first thing you need to figure out is if you are able to accept the concept of a male lead who looks like he's 10 years old. Some people have a hard time accepting Mamoru and if you feel read more
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Apr 2, 2009
Dorcas_Aurelia
What's the most generic romantic comedy you can think of? Not a harem situation, just a love triangle. Is it set in a high school for magic-users/monster-trainers/psychics? Presto: Mamoru-kun.

It's not that this show is egregiously bad - the OP is a little annoying and the art and animation is rather lame for a show that aired in 2006, but you can skip the opening and comedies don't need stunning visuals to be funny - it's that there's nothing compelling to draw in the viewers.

The story here is pretty basic: Mamoru, the shouta-looking untalented hero joins a prestigious school to become stronger, and immediately falls read more
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Feb 3, 2008
angelfan16
This is a really good romance comedy. The art in regards to specail effects and character models was excellent! Not to mention the characters expression of emotion was top not for romance comedy! The plot itself was good as it wasnt the "boy protects girl" but rather "girl protects boy and needs boy to do so". Sound was nothing special as some of the background music i heard was rather poorly placed. Overall though, this show gives of a great feel, but lacks enough originallty to break my top 5. Definently top 10 though! I JUST HATE HOW HES SO GOD DAM SHORT THOUGH!!!!! UHHH!!!
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Jan 30, 2009
pyroguy760
One of the best romantic comedies in a sense. This is a very enjoyable series and has a bit of "magic" thrown in. From the start, Mamoru is kind of an ackward piece of anime, but gets much better the longer you watch it. Like the others that have written reviews already, this definitely belongs near the top of this category.

The story brings out the best of the characters in my eyes. The show doesn't stick straight to the oncoming disasters ahead, nor does it just show straight comedy with an added bit of romance. It gradually lets the characters grow and become a force read more
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Recommendations

Take a magically imbued school girl and mix in a short guy she can take advantage of.
They are both romance stories in school, and both have some sort of a "magic" related theme to it. Plus the boy is much smaller than the girl.
Honestly I cannot believe no one made this recommendation sooner. 1st thing I told all my buddies after seeing episode one was if claymore and mamoru had a kid it would be freezing. All three have rediculously powerful female characters that transcend the normal limits of their world's understanding. Likewise all three main heroines have a significant relationship with a male character that becomes significant to the heroines fate in the story. Freezing is kind of balence for the other two. Where Claymore has the intense combat scenes, Mamoru focuses on the heroines inexperience with men and trying to overcome that with her first love.
Mamoru is mainly a school setting slice-of-life comedy with a touch of softcore ecchi.
Similar magic and school setting. In Gakuen Alice it's called Alice and in Mamoru-kun it's Beatrice, both being abilities though Alices are much more specific.
Both series takes place at a school setting with students with special gifts and super powers. Of course, there's also the school idol that is literally almost perfect in everyone's eyes in both anime(s).

Both of these anime series contain a lot of comedy and drama. Although Medaka Box lacks romance as of now, there are hints of flirtation from the cast.
Both have someone everyone respects who is perfect but has a kind heart

Opening Theme

"MA・MO・RU!" by Maho Tomita

Ending Theme

"Venus Dream" by Satou Hiromi

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