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Maria-sama ga Miteru: Haru Specials


Alternative Titles

English: Maria Watches Over Us: Printemps
Synonyms: The Virgin Mary is Watching You: Spring, MariMite: Haru, La Vierge Marie Vous Regarde, Maria-sama ni wa Naisho, Don't tell the Virgin Mary
Japanese: マリア様がみてる~春~

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Type: Special
Episodes: 6
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 22, 2004 to May 23, 2005
Producers: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Light novel
Duration: 2 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children

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Ranked: #16662
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Popularity: #4262
Members: 6,030
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Specials of Maria-sama ga Miteru: Haru released on the DVDs only.

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Hibiki, Reine
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Dec 5, 2012
NowItsAngeTime (All reviews)
The second season of Maria-sama ga Miteru or Maria-sama ga Miteru Haru is a continuation of the first season.. a story about the members of Yamuyuri Council, the ordeals they go through in making the school a better place and their relationships which each other. While the show is generally episodic, there is a fair amount of drama (with a little of it being melodrama) and character development which are the show's strongest points.

However, the DVD-only specials of the Maria-sama ga Miteru Haru are almost the complete opposite of it as far as the mood and themes go. The specials are very light-hearted and comedic. read more

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