Haruka Minazuki and Aoi Kannazuki are two students at St. Cherine academy. Haruka is always filled with bubbly energy while Aoi is more mature and a top student in all her classes - but despite their differences the two are the best of friends. The two girls look like any other girls, attending the academy, but the truth is they are hiding a little secret, that they can't let anybody know about...
During the day they really are just students at St. Cherine academy, but they can also become the Twin Angel duo, and fight against the evils of the town!
The lovely Angels are back, and it's time for them to get ready for some action!
Criminally underrated!! If you're into parody and mahou shoujo, this is exactly the kind of thing you're looking for. It's one of those series that "doesn't care" in a good way, stuff happens because it's funny or entertaining and it doesn't waste your time with explaining how or why. I found myself laughing start to finish, and on top of that, I also found myself invested in the characters, which are pretty much all great. The finale of the series is nothing to be disappointed in either, it escalates rapidly into a satisfying spectacle of humor and emotions. I can't begin to guess why nobody
really watches or likes this, I guess it's just an example of a series falling through the cracks. Definitely worth your time for people who just want to laugh and have fun!
Recent years have had a rash of dark, subversive "magical girl" series. This has made me go back and appreciate shows like this that play the genre straight and have some fun!
The dark, gritty shows are really just the same old stories of teens with "special powers" they would have normally written. They just make the cast girls, put them in dresses and call them "magical girls" while making limp-wristed inclusions of the actual tropes of the genre.
I really, I mean REALLY love Magi Puella Madoka Magica. All of these "me too!" copy cats that have followed after it just make me
sigh. I've been going back and rewatching shows like Kaito Tenshi Twin Angel to cleanse my palate. I rated this a 7 when it first came out. Now I've bumped it up to an 8 for adding some joy to my life.
I kinda wish I knew what I was getting into before I started watching, That way I could avoid the unoriginal mess that is Twin Angels Twinkle Paradise.
Twin Angels: Twinkle Paradise is both a magical girl and a kids show, so because of the territory each episode is structured to be it's own mini story. (over the coarse of 12) Each episode's plot usually ends up involving some evil trying to steal one of the seven amulets (magical artifacts) and the twin angels going in and stopping them. Fairly simple stuff here, but each episode is so simple in fact it fallows
a pattern i.e., Angles get in trouble. They are then saved by their classmate named Misty-Knight and then things explode. On top of that, the individual episode arcs are nothing original and shockingly predictable. (making them boring at times) Tack on some over the top cheesy writing and coat that in a remarkable level of stupid and the story is decent at best. 
A colorful art style in the first thing you will pick up, it's in your face and hard to ignore. The animation is and easily the best part of the show but its seems to be lacking in the creativity department. For example, the robot enemy seen in almost every episode comes in only three variations. Oh and speaking of limited choices, I can only count the twin angels having only six different attacks (two of them are almost the same thing) to be shared among the three girls. But I digress, getting back on the topic of the animation it is the best in the very little action and fight sequences being fast, fluid, and frantic. Saying that I did notice a lot of repeated animation, but this only seemed to be the case for the transformations before a fight. However, it was only 30 seconds in every episode so to an extent I can forgive it. Expect some generic looking characters and a bland school setting, Oh, and explosions expect a decent amount of explosions and the art really is not all the bad. 
(Sigh) The music in the show is pretty forgettable. Well most of the music is, except for the borderline obnoxious opening. It's ending that is a bit more toned down compared to it's counterpart and gets job done. As for the voice actors, they all seem to do a well enough job giving off their lines even if its lathered in cheese and over acting(That only a children's show can pull off.) though Haruka seemed to be the one grating on my ears the most with her very annoying forced giggling. (ugh) with only one memorable song under its belt and its only memorable because it's so overly obnoxious and a highly annoying main character not to mention I can't even remember the music in show. I find my self having trouble finding praise in the sound department. 
The show has three main characters. First up is Haruka Minazuki, she's a bit of an air head also clumsy and overly nice your typical anime protagonist (I also find her the most annoying.) Next is Aoi Kannazuki she's is the soft spoken and dignified type and kind of the glue that keeps everyone together. Lastly Kurumi Hazuki, she's that little girl genius type so that means she's immature and kind of the weakest of the three. She also gets into petty arguments with Haruka. Unfortunately, these are all typical anime archetypes and the show really doesn't expand on much outside that template. The antagonist is evil just because and were not really given much of a reason why and Misty-Knight is just there as a way to get the girls out of danger not really developing much of a character beyond that. as for the rest of the cast, it's a tired line of things done elsewhere like a girl who trips a lot a girls whose good at swimming and an obsessed journalist hell bent on discovering the identity of the twin angles. It's been done in other places and it's been done better and not one character seems to stand out from the pack. 
Did I enjoy this show? If your still wondering that by now, no, not really. I began playing little games with myself, in which I would guess a stories plot or some event before it happened or the exact moment when someone trips, I remember smiling at a few jokes and laughing at the show when it did one of its often stupid moments (Like having our protagonists talk about there secret identity in a public bathroom.) , Again did I enjoy watching it no. Did I want to continue watching it, no, and will I be re-watching it in the future, HaHaHa absolutely not. 
To put it bluntly, this show is was a waste of my time. It's story was laughable, it's characters were nothing more than cardboard cutouts. It's sound was forgettable with the art being it's only strength. It still fell victim to the huge mass of stupid that is Twin Angels: Twinkle Paradise. Is it the worst show I have ever seen? No, but there is honestly no reason to watch it.
Story - 4
Art - 6
Sound - 4
Characters - 3
Enjoyment - 3
Twin Angel is a parody of the classic mahou shoujo formula and nothing more. Such shows usually make fun of their own stereotypes anyway, so at best you will see this as an ecchier version of Sailor Moon. It is hardly as captivating though since it isn’t trying much to accomplish anything other than a few chuckles or boners out of the audience.
As any veteran viewer already knows, J.C. Staff is a studio that thrives on 2D paedophiles and this is just another one of the dozens of shows that proves it. And as any casual viewer will admit, they rarely pour much thought in
the story, or the character development, or even the production values. As such, you get a less than average-looking show, with simplistic character figures, lots of deformity, lots of jerky movements, and lots of stills. In fact the only time it looks nicely is when they make boobs bounce or naked skin to show (transformation sequences included).
In a similar way, the soundtrack is nothing but ridiculous jpop songs you won’t care to remember, while voice acting is full of high-pitched girls you will pay your shrink to help you get over it. This does not apply of course to all the 2D paedophiles who will love the show for being full of sexualized dumb underage girls. One of them is typically a loli tsundere voiced by Rie Kugimiya. She even looks like a cat so it’s double the fan for all the perverts.
Story and characters are barely there. Although you have these magical girls trying to prevent these villains from stealing this special jewellery, and each episode somehow progresses that, since everything is one big random parody of clichés made on the run, you just don’t care about that at all. You will just watch it for the semi-good jokes and the sexualized dumb underage girls; pretty much what you will do for almost any J.C. Staff show. So just for the record, the story barely has any depth / development / originality, and the characters are nothing but superficial rip-offs from Sailor Moon. Some of them have backdrop and development but because of the goofy feeling of the show, all that will go to waste.
Is this anime worth watching if you are not one of THOSE anime fans? No it doesn’t. It is aimless goofball softporn that was done on the run just for quick bucks from THOSE anime fans. There is absolutely nothing to give it credit for; the jokes aren’t that good or that different than those in Sailor Moon, the ecchi is basic, the story is a joke, the characters are cardboards, and I will even throw in how it went almost unnoticed by the anime community because NOBODY cared about it.
ART SECTION: 5/10 [Typical ecchi presentation]
Analysis: General Artwork 1/2, Character Figures 1/2, Backgrounds 1/2, Animation 1/2, Visual Effects 1/2