Japanese: ラブ ひな Again
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 26, 2002 to Mar 27, 2002
Duration: 30 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or olderL represents licensing company
Score: 7.461 (scored by 29082 users)
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Popular Tagscomedy ecchi harem romance
Nov 1, 2009
Let's get to the details of anime now =)
Story 8/10 = Well, it's just 3 episodes after all so the story ain't long and that detailed, but it's well considered a sequel and hey, it finaly has what we were waiting for in the Love Hina! That specific thing really shined up my opinion about the ending in overall.
Art 8/10, Sound 8/10 = The art remains the same and it's a quite good one for sure. As about sound, it's pretty alright.
Character 8/10 = Well, there's finaly a bit of change in the two main protagonists ( Naru and Keitaro ) , Keitaro's pretty much more useful now and Naru finaly gets herself to do what's needed to do.
Enjoyment 8/10 = It's not one of the brilliant animes you've got to watch, but it's definitely worth watching after you finished Love Hina! . This anime still made me laugh a lot with all the tricks put in, like samurai with chi, a girl constructing killing toys ( where the hell she got the materials? :D ) and a new kind of dilemma between the two main protagonists. If you're the person that likes cheerful shining endings that make you smile and laugh ( well, there just happens something quite funny before the complete ending ) , don't hesitate and give this a try! It's worth it =) read more
Oct 28, 2009
Wait. What? There's a new character introduced. Kanako, Keitaro's half blood sister. And since I have a half blood sister, this was more than alittle creepy. She has the hots for Keitaro. This ofcourse makes Naru jeallous. And that's the plot basicly. And works surprisingly well, especially in the final episode which I really liked where it got pretty dramatic, and might even be the best moments in the series.But the ending is pretty predictable. I won't spoil it, even thought you can probably guess what happens.
Since this is a OVA, I was expecting alittle bit of an upgrade in the art and animation. But no such luck I'm afraid. It really looks like any of the other entries of the Love Hina series. Not much is difrent here. Except for the fanservice. Which is through the roof, not even Shinobu-chan is spared. So yeah... It might be alittle too much at times. But then again, this is a harem series after all.
The OVA sounds just as you'd expect it to. There really isn't much more to say about it than that. If you've seen the previous Love Hina stuff. Then you know what you're in store for.
Love Hina has a special place in my heart as one of the first anime series I've watched. And I think it ended on a relativly high note. Love Hina Again is a decent watch like the rest of the entries to the Love Hina franchise. It gets a fair 6 from me. read more
Jun 9, 2009
I'm not one for spoilers, so I'll just say this: If you don't want your opinon of Love Hina to fall greatly and want to bash your head against a wall in dissapointment, stay away from this anime.
Jun 25, 2009
The first noticeable difference in the show is the character art, which resembles manga more than anime. A minute difference yes, but it did take some getting used to. The tempo speeds up too suddenly at times, causing scenes to jump or end without much believable transition. Coupled with a predictable storyline, I felt this gave Love Hina Again a very rushed feel.
Audio is probably the only redeeming factor of the show. Characters are appropriately voiced by their respective actors in sync, sound effects create depth and music set mood. read more