When Keitaro was a child, he was friends with a little girl. When the girl had to move away, the two made a promise to meet each other at Tokyo University when they grew up. Years later, ... See full summary »
When Saito, an ordinary teen living in Japan, is suddenly whisked away to the magical kingdom of Halkeginia, he becomes the familiar servant of Louise, a young girl enrolled in an academy for aristocrat magicians.
Souchirou Nagi and Bob Makihara are two delinquents who arrive at Toudou Academy with the objective of ruling over the school with their strength. But on their first day, they encountered ... See full summary »
Christopher Corey Smith,
The story follows a world where several young men and women regularly find themselves spirited away to a world of sword and magic called Alayzard. After those who survive and return are ... See full summary »
His name is Kazuki Shikimori, 17 years old. He attends Aoi Academy, a school for elite magicians. Each magician has a set limit of spells, and performing more spells than the limit allows will cause the user to turn into dust.
Rin is a seemingly normal young man in school. Orphaned as a young boy he has since lived with his childhood friend Kaede who lost her mother in the same accident that he lost both of his ... See full summary »
Keitaro fell asleep during his Tokyo U exam. He was so embarrassed that he was going to fail a fourth time, that he runs away from home, visiting a far away island instead. Naru decides to ... See full summary »
When Keitaro was a child, he was friends with a little girl. When the girl had to move away, the two made a promise to meet each other at Tokyo University when they grew up. Years later, Keitaro has failed his entrance exam twice, and his parents refuse to support him any longer. His grandmother gives him refuge and employment as caretaker of her inn, which just happens to serve as a female dormitory. The eclectic group of tenants tease, annoy and berate him to no end. Still, Keitaro won't ever give up his promise to meet his childhood friend again, even though he can't remember her name. Written by
According to original manga creator Ken Akamatsu, he said that "Love Hina" was inspired by his experience of getting into college. See more »
In Episode 3, (Kendo girl in Love? - Swordplay) Motoko shoots Keitaro into the air with her sword, and Keitaro bounces on a roof, landing on his back on the floor, which is clearly intact at the time of the fall. But, in the next shot, Keitaro is laying face down, and the floor boards are boken around him and smoking. See more »
This way, I can take a good, long look at your face. When I look at your face, Keitaro, I feel so tranquil, like I know you from a long, long, time ago. That's what made me want to study with you for our entrance exams. Am I causing trouble for you?
I want to go to Tokyo U. Together with you.
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Love Hina is one of the best anime Series I Have Seen
Love Hina is a great series! It's totally hilarious how Narusegawa whacks Keitaro with one of her (and I quote) "Naru-Punches"! The way Keitaro flies into the sky whilst spinning just looks so cool. I wouldn't mind getting hit like that though! =D !
Kaolla and Sara are funny! They beat up on Keitaro for fun! And the gadgets that Kaolla invents! She reminds of Washu from the Tenchi series! (which is another great anime series)!
But as always, it's always better to watch animes in Japanese, because US or UK will just mess it up somehow.
I admit that US take time to maintain quality graphics, but they ruin the intros and endings and sometimes the voices!
UK will just mess all of that up! (like the dragonball series - bad voices, bad intros, bad endings, poor graphic quality)
Yeah well anyways. Back to topic!
Love Hina is right up there with my best animes, like Gundam Wing, Tenchi and the Dragonball Series!
I'm recommending to anyone who loves anime to get this series, both specials and the movie!
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