A pretty schoolgirl hides a secret: she is actually a boy who got turned into a girl and is looking for a way to change herself back.




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Megumi-chan is a teen-aged girl with a secret past. She used to be a boy until she saved a magician from a gang of boys and was given a magical book. As a boy when he bled into the book a genie appeared to grant one wish. Megumi wished to be a man, but the genie granted the wish backwards so he turned into Megumi-kun, a girl. Years pass and Megumi grows up to be the most beautiful of girls but still acts and fights like the boy that she really is. Upon entering High School she immediately beats up the school bully who falls in love with her. Thus begins her adventures looking for that book to change her back and fighting off both admirers and her on-coming femininity. Written by laird-3

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6 April 2002 (Japan)  »

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A Cheeky Angel  »

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An unique and very well written romantic comedy.
19 May 2003 | by See all my reviews

The story of this anime is centered around the character Megumi Hayashibara. As such, the plot unfolds around her and isn't increadibly complex. She is, however, quite complex and many peculiar and interesting situations arrise in part because of her particular circumstance. The animation is actually very similiar to the graphics style in the manga (the Japanese graphic novel); as is the dialog. For a 2002 release one would expect a bit more detailed graphics (ex: Wolf's Rain), but it was probably done this way to parallel the manga. The voice acting is exceptional for this anime and is probably one of its best strengths.

This anime is probably most comparable to Ranma 1/2. Although, unlike Ranma, this anime has a much more concrete plotline and is driving towards a more solid conclusion. Also, and this was a surprise, Tenshi na Konamaiki is more funny than Ranma 1/2. TnK's humor is more intense and extreme, while Ranma 1/2 has a more soft and subtle humor. Although, both leave you feeling warm and each are heart-felt anime.

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