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Jan 2, 2007
===Animation===
It's very good, but it doesn't seem to be as good as the animation in the TV series. A bit of a disappointment. As for the fanservice/ecchi that this was supposed to be about, is kinda disappointing as well. It wasn't up to the standard that it should have been at.

===Sound===
Both the OP and ED are the same as in the series, so can't complain about anything here since they were both very good songs. Background music was average, and seiyuu's did a good job on this OVA.

===Story===
Is there even a story to this? Not really. It doesn't even revolve around Shana, but about some read more
Jan 1, 2007
===Foreword===
As you might know, this is a spin-off from Di Gi Charat, which I have never seen or read about in any great detail, so there is some stuff on which I just can't comment or write enough detail about.

===Animation===
Not the strong point. The colours are simple, without any gradients used. The backgrounds are simple as well, but nicely drawn. The character designs are quite simple too, but they are cute. The notable thing is that as soon as there many characters on scene, like crowds, they are just drawn plain white with black lines. Something that doesn't actually ruin the animation in any way, read more
Dec 24, 2006
===Animation===
Looking back at the original Green Green this is quite a disappointment. The character designs have stayed the same, most of the time, but the overall quality of the animation has dropped. They used very simple backgrounds and plain colours. Though this isn't all that bad. It's quite nice to watch since it doesn't strain your eyesight in any way.

===Sound===
The stronger point of this OVA. Fairly good OP and ED, and non-existent background music. However it's nothing to boast about compared to the music used in the original.

===Story===
Is there an actual story to this? Don't think so. It's basically turned around; the boys visit the read more
Dec 12, 2006
===Foreword===
In this review I might be quite often using the term “tsundere”, which simply stands for a personality which is initially aggressive and then loving. For more information see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsundere.
Xinil, please don’t kill me for posting a hyperlink…

===Animation===
I don’t really like commenting on animation, since my artistic skills/thinking are very close to non existent. In my opinion the animation was good. It was nothing special. The backgrounds were simple, but the character designs were nice, and stayed consistent throughout the whole show. There also weren’t any drops in the quality of the animation. During the show there were bits where the characters were shown in read more
Nov 24, 2006
===Animation===
Quite nice and steady animation. The character designs are a bit on the simplistic side, but they are nice to watch. Funny scenes are drawn very well, and there are quite a few of them. You will find a lot of ecchi (especially panty shots and the "top part") in this series, but not just light stuff. In my honest opinion this series does touch the border of hentai with some scenes...

===Sound===
Now this is something that raises the overall rating of the series by quite a fair margin. The opening tune is average, but the ending done by YURIA is something that makes me want read more
Nov 15, 2006
===Animation===
Toei did a pretty good job with the animation for this series. It isn't anything amazing, but it does have it's own beauty. Character designs are very nice and rather consistent, with some chibi scenes thrown in. Running scenes are done quite well too. The backgrounds are quite simple, but nicely drawn with pastel which adds a special "touch" to this series.

===Sound===
Sound was one of the stronger points of this series. A nice OP and ED, with quite catchy melodies. In addition, very nice background music was used. I cannot comment too much on how well seiyuu-s did they job, but I think that it read more