A large collection consisting of the adventures of the Goddesses featured in the anime and manga series Ah My Goddess. Parodies of other works, and a large number of jokes pervade this series of shorts in which the Goddesses torture and hang out with their friend Gan the rat.
Story: 6 (Most issues evolve around Gan-chan)
Art: 7 (Same style as Ah! My Goddess)
Sound: 7 (All the sound FX you would expect in a comedy)
Character: 8 (Great idea putting support cast in main roles)
Enjoyment: 6 (Fairly funny for a kids comedy)
Overall: 3/50 = 6.6 = 6.0 (5 minutes of a fun show )
Mini Goddess is to Ah My Goddess as Tiny Toons is to Loony Tunes. Basically a chibi version of the goddesses Urd, Skuld, and Belldandy. They're a lot funnier, cuter, and wacky compared to its normal counterpart. First off, you should know that Keiichi and Belldandy aren't the main characters. Urd, Skuld, and a new character named Gan-chan are the main characters in this show. I especially like this since there is more screen time for Urd and Skuld. Belldandy is more of a supporting cast and its perfectly fine. It's not a show to be taken serious since the episodes last around 5 minutes with a 2 minute ending theme song. With the limited time, the episode stories are all pretty much made up of "what if" episodes, parodies, silly situations, and afterthoughts. It almost feels like they were just making it up as they went, but thats just how the show is constructed. This puts a whole new spin on random sitcom anime with the only comparable show (that I know of) to this one is Tiny Toons. If you don't know what that is feel free to search the internet. One episode said it best: "Why do you call it the adventures of mini-goddesses when all you guys do is mess things up." It's so hilarious but true!
On a technical standpoint, the art and animation was perfectly fine. All kept in the same style of Ah! My Goddess style. But slight details will be left out to keep the characters in a chibi feel to them. Since this is a comedy in the simplest sense, the animation's are mostly contrived of comical sight gags and limited frame rates. The visual issues are placed well enough to convince the viewers its for comical purposes. And it plays out pretty convincingly. The voice actors are kept all the same and still retain their greatness, and even the ending theme song is pretty cute although it never changes.
Some people might take a while getting used to Gan-chan as being one of the main characters. But after a while you will most likely end up getting used to him as he and the Goddesses get stuck in many silly situations. It's obvious this is geared toward a younger audience, but people will still be able to find a few laughs in this show regardless of age. Even I had a few favorite episodes, but there are much more funnier shows than this. If you're a big fan of Ah! My Goddess or if you enjoy silly comedy slapstic or even if you're a big fan of Urd and/or Skuld, definitely give this show a shot. And don't be fooled by the episode number, you can finish this whole show in about 4-6 hours time. read more
This show is meant to be enjoyed, it has nearly nothing to do with the main plot of ah! megami-sama! Every episode happens when keichi isn't at home and the goddess turn into the mini-goddess living their adventures with gan-chan. You'll find lots of parodies with other known animes like Saint Seiya and Berserk.
Chibi artwork hasn't anything really exceptional. If you feel stressed and wants to be free from it, watch few episodes, they are really short. Perfect anime for casual times.
Ah My Mini Goddesses is a small tv short for kids that airs for about 7 minutes per episode and has chibi versions of Belldandy, Urd, and Skuld but mostly Urd and Skuld and a new character, a mouse named Gan-chan.
It mostly revolves around Gan-chan whom is a somewhat clumsy mouse who loves food. There's no real main storyline it's just a cute kid show.
The art is good but the same as the OVA.
It's the common sound effects from any ordinary kids comedy show.
Cute, funny, and adventurous. Gan-chan was clumsy but pretty cool and Belldandy, Skuld, and Urd were the same as always.
It was 48 episodes long and it got really boring sometimes so it wasn't all that great.
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