Keitaro, Naru, and all their friends are back in an animated series based after both the specials. Keitaro's still trying to get Naru, but he isn't the only one. Of course, the other ...
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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 »
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 »
Nice Guy Keiichi is doing his best as a poor student at a tech college, but his good nature is taken advantage of relentlessly. One day he is attempting to order a pizza over the phone (... 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.
Hideki finds the discarded and malfunctioning Persocom Chi, a personal computer that looks like a girl. While trying to fix and care for Chi, Hideki discovers that she might be a Chobits, a robot of urban legend that has free will.
Kinji, a student of an elite academy that produces Butei - highly skilled soldiers who fight crime in an anarchic society, gets attacked by a criminal who hunts Butei members. Aria, an elite Butei, saves him and they team up.
In a space-fairing future the war between sexes becomes literal. A kid who works in a factory that produces giant military robots decides to steal one for himself and ends up in the middle of a dogfight that leads into an adventure.
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Golden Boy is the story of Kintaro Oe, a twenty-five-year-old in pursuit of life's lessons. A brilliant student, he dropped out of Tokyo Universiy's law program because he had had mastered ... See full summary »
Keitaro, Naru, and all their friends are back in an animated series based after both the specials. Keitaro's still trying to get Naru, but he isn't the only one. Of course, the other person's trying to get Naru in a different way. Keitaro's sister, Kanako, has moved into the house as the temporary manager. From the start, she has a grudge against Naru, because of her "relationship" with Keitaro. Kanako tries everything she can to make sure Keitaro and Naru can never be together, ever. Written by
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Unlike the TV series and the first two OVAs, the character designs closely resembled the original manga created by Ken Akamatsu. See more »
In Episode 1, when the plane is taking off, the spoilers of the aircraft are fully deployed. Spoilers are meant to spoil the airflow around the wings of an aircraft, and can only be used "partially" during approach, and deployed fully during landing, not during take-off. See more »
I am Keitaro Urashima... an applicant to Tokyo-U. Studying away after three failures. Still believing the promise that a couple who love each other can find happiness once they make it in.
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Just to add a new point of view to the post from highflying falcon.
(Refer to the bottom for a small explanation about OVA series)
The OVA, unlike the TV episodes follows the storyline in the original manga more closely, hence it is not as suited for younger viewers.
I read the manga long before seeing the anime, and the feeling i got was that the anime ruined the series, Ken Akamatsu (The creator of Love Hina) uses a lot of "perverted" humor in all of his series. Since he writes the way he does, it becomes difficult to create an anime that can have such a broad aspect of viewers as the companies that made the anime wants. The result was that the storyline got chopped to bits, stupid side stories were added, scenes and dialog were changed to better suit younger viewers and the things that made me laugh in the manga disappeared, and sadly to top it all off all most the character development and the progress of the story had gone somewhere along the line. Therefore it was a welcome relief for me to see the OVA since it was mostly the same as the manga, both in storyline and artwork. But it is certainly understandable that people who hasn't read the manga will raise an eyebrow when watching this OVA since the styles get mixed up that badly. So lets hope they make an OVA of the TV series as well, like they currently are doing with Hellsing.
**OVA (Original Video Animation) means that it is a series that isn't aired on television, but is sent straight on the DVD market. This means that the developers doesn't have to worry about looming deadlines and hence have more time to make the product. Unlike the original Love Hina anime, Love Hina Again is an OVA.
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