One year after goddess Belldandy emerged from Keiichi Morisato's mirror and promised to stay with him forever, a new threat to their happiness emerges, one that could end the contract between Belldandy and Keiichi.
This is a really good series that you should definitely watch if you have watched the first season. The story picks up after the first season left off and the characters are more fully developed and more friendships are made :)
The story was very good. Nothing too new from last season but it was still well thought out. The only downside is taht some of the epsiodes were very similar to some of the episodes from last season.
In my opinion the art has definitely improved from last season. The art is more high-quality and better detailed. The only problem I have is the ears o.o
those are way tooooo big and stick far out from the head.
Amazing sound! Opening and ending themes were nice, the characters voices fit well with the show (except for Marler's) and the background tracks were just outstanding!
The characters from last season were developed even further which made them morel ikeable. New characters from this season however were not. They just show up for one episode then disappear. Some do however appear in a few places in the show.
I completely enjoyed this. There were a few episodes every now and then that were so boring to watch that I was almost to tears but I'm glad that I watched this.
If you watched the first season I highly highly highly recommend that you watch this season. :)
The second season of Ah! My Goddess is a great compliment to the first season. With more characters, more romance, and more fun episodes, this series has definitely improved.
Although the anime lacks a compelling, overarching story, I find the 1-2 episode stories to be very fun and entertaining. Each episode seems to center around a different character but shares a common thread of love and the importance of friendship and family. There are many new romantic developments that occur for side characters, but the Keiichi and Belldandy's relationship does not seem to progress as much as you would like it
to. Still, there are plenty of ooh and aww moments as the new relationships are very cute.
Art and Sound
As expected, the art and sound haven't really changed much from the first season so there isn't much to add to this section.
Part of what I like about the series this time around is that they made Belldandy's character more human and imperfect. She gets drunk, her license is suspended, and she gets jealous and upset. Another plus is that they really focused more on relationships and the growth of all the side characters. For example, Otaki, Keiichi's senpai, was a very random character in season 1, but he actually shows a much softer and caring side when he gets a girlfriend.
I found this season a lot more enjoyable than the first one. With more growth, better comedy, and a lot of touching scenes, it really leaves you feeling satisfied. Without a strong storyline and many characters to depict, the anime really focuses on creating a lot of fun situations so you cannot go wrong in terms of entertainment.
Although this season doesn't really bring anything new to the table, it serves its purpose well. It is a very entertaining, light-hearted, comedy with plenty of feel good moments. I definitely recommend it to anyone who watched the first season.
This is a story bout the adventures of Keichi and Beldandy. Keichi accidently phone calls the goddess agency and interacts with the goddess beldandy. She grants him one wish and his wish is to stay with her forever. This is just outlined on the first episode. The story makes you feel that its going to be a rather interesting romance between these characters but as you get further, there is little to no plot devolopment and the love theme that is used gets to be rather redundant over time.
the animation was average at best and there really is no eye candy colors to be had
Probably the only great thing about this series is the opening theme song. The rest of the music played in the show is just boring and does not follow well with the scenes in the show.
There are few character interactions and love triangles that you will encounter, but its not very character driven. The series just gets weaker and weaker the further you get in.
I did not enjoy this by any means, i had a few laughs from keichi but thats bout it. I can't believe i actually finished this anime, it took me around 3 months to watch the full series. In even 1 episode i paused and even turned it off and wasnt able to finish a complete episode in the same day, i had to watch it 3 times on seperate days. Its really that bad. My advice to you is, if you like Ah my goddess, watch the first one. Its a much more well put together series, still not fantastic though. I can't say im looking forward to any more AMG's. This was a waste of my life i could of been watching something better.
If you’re expecting a serious drama/romance anime, this isn’t the one for you. This is more of a supernatural romantic comedy intended for younger viewers.
Aa! Megami-sama! is a fairly light-hearted show that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Goddess Urd’s main weakness is Enka music, First Class Demon Marller's (Mara) Kryptonite is rock music and lucky charms, and our main guy, Keiichi gets transformed into a motorbike in S1. There’s hardly any repercussion from the real world about the use of magic either. Human characters acknowledge that something happened, then ignore it altogether. As the insanity progresses, you'll have to start not caring about how ridiculous
the world is.
Initially, I thought that the romance wasn’t bad, until it started to get redundant. Kei has a lot of weaknesses in the confidence department and it improves, but at a snail's pace. He still needs a ton of pushing from the goddesses to even attempt to do something lovey-dovey with Belldandy. It took Peorth four episodes in a row in S2 to get Kei and Bell to even manage a confession. What? Even through all the turmoil they went through to get closer in S1, I feel like both Kei and Bell should know what they're doing by now.
As you'd expect, most of the episodes focus on getting Kei and Bell closer. And then there's a handful of filler episodes with side-characters that we hardly ever see again. Queen Mishima made a lot of appearances in S1 and she vanishes after two episodes in S2. However, there are some pretty decent episodes that focus on other lead characters. I honestly feel like the episodes with the spotlight on characters like Skuld and Urd are far more interesting than the main relationship ones because hardly anything truly significant happens. Quoting the ninja in S2, "Belldandy and Keiichi's romance is below elementary school level."
Honestly, I’m about half-and-half with the filler episodes. Some of them are fun, while others are downright boring. I wished AMG maintained focus with mostly Kei and Bell relationship episodes dashed with ones about Bell's sisters and their supernatural counterparts. I don’t know if the manga had these lame side-stories, but if they did, they should’ve cut some of them out. The fluff and the lack of solid progression in Kei and Bell's relationship weigh the story down and reduced my overall enjoyment of the show. Other than that, the animation quality is pretty good and the soundtrack is fitting for most situations. With my past affinity with the original OVA and movie, my wish for something more cohesive was ultimately rejected by Yggdrasil in the end.
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