This is an OVA released on October 27th, 2006. It is also classified as the 13th episode (thus a sequel) to Kashimashi ~Girl Meets Girl~.
Hazumu confessed his love to Yasuna, but she turned him down him. To ease his heartbreak, he went to Mt. Kashimayama where he had met her first. However he lost his way in the mountain, and it was night time. He saw a big shooting star, and when he began to wish, he found out that something was wrong. It was not a shooting star, but it was a falling space ship. He was involved in the crash, but he managed to survive by the help of an alien. However, he became a girl due to the accident during the reconstruction of his body.
The bit before the OP blathers on about some miracle, with some shots from everyday life, and the one of Hazumu crossing the river again for Tomari from the bit after the ED from Twelve. They do that several times throughout the episode, actually
The OP itself is a full version of the opening, with the normal OP animation and a recap of the series.
The OVA gives us a nice little check-in with just about every character who appeared in the series at some point or another.
Apparently, it's been four months since the end of the series. Asuta and Hazumu's father haven't changed one bit, and neither has Namiko-sensei or Ayuki. xD
Apparently, Hazumu's adjusted well to being a girl, and accepted it.
But things don't seem to be okay with Tomari; she's giving Hazumu the cold shoulder, and doing training sessions in the morning instead of walking to school with the group, and it has something to do with that little bit after Twelve's ED, which was a confession from Hazumu.
Yasuna, on the other hand, seems to have come out of her shell, which is nice. Apparently, the little bit after the ED of Twelve was her saying that she's okay if Hazumu isn't constantly by her side, and that she wanted to walk alone... which means that she broke up with him, because she feared become too dependent on him. YES!! (dances) They seem to have made the transition to friend well -- then again, there wasn't much of a relationship there to begin with.
Apparently, she, Ayuki, and Asuta planned setting up Tomari and Hazumu with the space-man, which involved kidnapping Tomari, and Ayuki and Asuta being Santa and a reindeer, respectively.read more
I kinda feel like I rated this anime too high. However, I still feel that this is a great story. Maybe because I haven't had an experience with a particularly better one, but I really loved this anime.
The story was good, far fetched, but hey it's anime. It progressed very well through the entire anime without any inconsistencies.
While the art wasn't particularly amazing or anything it was fitting for the anime. The characters looked good and fit well with the rest of the world.
I watched this anime in the original audio with English subs. As far as I was concerned everything sounded great. I don't know what else to say.
The characters and story were really what made this anime great. All of the main characters developed well through the story and had very good personal resolutions at the end.
I liked the anime. I'm not sure why but I did. I would recommend it to people who want to watch an interesting story.read more
Well, it’s hard to talk about a OVA with one episode. I’m lumping it in with the rest of the show as it seriously makes no sense for me to go back to this show after I’m done with it. And since I know some trolls out there… *looks at Kai and Kurai* that would want me to do the OVA, I’m doing this.
The characters are not as stupid as the TV part but they don’t have the right personalities. Everyone is really just pissing me off because they go against what the TV version of them was saying and doing. And it felt as if they were forcing characters do get together which the main story line was all about Hazumu deciding. And in the end, they fucken do a marriage thing which went to fast!
Animation and English Voices are really bad still like the first.
In the end, there was no reason for it, just as we didn’t need the OVA of Green Green and the whole thing of Eiken. It just meant that no matter what you choose, you will be forced to be with someone weather you like it or not. read more