The story centers on an introverted high school student named Eiji Hoshimiya with a huge secret—he wished for the destruction of the world when he was younger. Fairies give certain people special powers called Orders, and what Order Users can do with their power depends on their wishes. Ten years after the Great Destruction, Eiji struggles to come to terms with his immense power.
This OVA series can be described in simple terms. I'm pretty sure everyone will have the same idea after finishing this OVA: What the fuck am I watching?
Seriously some random events happen, and some cool looking scenes are being showed. There is no such thing as an overall story connecting scenes. At some point your brain might even start hurting from even trying to understand what is going on in this show.
Still I kinda liked it though. I think I may asume this OVA serves as some sort of preview for the upcoming anime. If that is the case they did one thing right: they sure made me curious for a good explanation for what I just watched.
So summarized watch this if you are curious about why the hell I'm so confused or if you want to have a WTF moment for yourself. Anyway enjoy either way.read more
The OVA is kind of confusing without having watched the rest of the series. Chronologically it's implied to occur after the main series.
It is similar to parallax dream theory I wrote in 2006 and appeals to the Japanese hard-boiled wonderland type of fiction. Essentially, the mental or metaphysical is a plane that connects all realities, and dreams are when you tap into the experiences of your self from alternate worlds.
In this episode, though Eiji has cleared his world of Orders, other worlds exist where it still works. Certain encounters trigger crossover memories and feelings of deja vu.
There's no real plot to this episode other than to illustrate this point. It is not necessary to watch but does add some complexity to the overall series.read more
This has the same concept of, for making an example, the first episode of Haruhi Suzumiya's first episode. You don't know wtf you are watching, and it literally spoils all. But it has to be seen before the series anyway imho. It got released before the TV version for a reason. I will also cover the TV series when i'll finish it, atm i am at epidose 5, and the only flaw that i found was that failed fanservice scene at the start of episode 5. This OVA covers chapter 7 of the manga, that is great.
It is litterally all the story. What can you say? It doesn't make fuk ups. I like mindfucks, and jeez that was perfect.
Nothing outstanding, but good. Character design? Mirai Nikki-ish. Am i a Sakae Esuno fanboy? Nope. I didn't even like Mirai Nikki. 6/10.I think that it needs to be remaked with decent graphics and a character devlopement that works. I kinda like more the design of "Not-Yuno-Gasai" rather than the original Yuno.
Nothing is really shown, but the OST is decent. Voice acting? Ok.
Well, there isn't Taira here, that i hate from the bottom of my heart, so yeah.
I like mindfucks.
It set me up for the series, this is one of the best OVA i've ever seen. Maybe the series wont'be as good as this, but it's ok.read more