This is a 2-part OAV spin off of the Japanese anime series "Excel Saga". Shinichi Watanabe returns to deliver some of the most outrageous, outlandish, series that parodies the magic girl ...
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A creature named Kyubey offers Madoka and Sayaka a wish if they agree to become 'magical girls' and fight abstract beings called 'witches'. However, a magical girl named Homura is, for uncertain reasons, determined to stop this agreement.
Third-year high school student Koyomi Araragi is human again. Cured of his vampirism, he seeks to help other supernaturals with their problems. Koyomi becomes involved in their lives, revealing secrets in people he once knew.
The infamous series of unexplainable murders in Hinamizawa have been solved and the chains of fate have broken due to the efforts of Rika Furude and her friends. Rika believes she has ... See full summary »
This is a 2-part OAV spin off of the Japanese anime series "Excel Saga". Shinichi Watanabe returns to deliver some of the most outrageous, outlandish, series that parodies the magic girl anime (ie: Sailor Moon). However, this thing has a lot of perverted humor including 10-year old lesbians, incest, and lots more. You have been warned!Written by
Earl "AstroNerdBoy" Commander
All the girls in the Aasu family are named after numbers: Hitomi (hito, one), Futaba (Futa, two), Mitsuki (Mitsu, three), Shii (Shi, four), Itsue (Itsu, five), Mutsumi (Mutsu, six) and Nanase (Nana, seven). As well as this, Hitomi means "eyesight" or "eye" in Japanese, which describes Hitomi's power (precognition, sixth sense). See more »
Puni-puni Poemi has a tattoo in the left arm that disappears and reappears between shots. See more »
Poemi, if you don't stay there quietly, I will remove your ovaries.
[he appears as a vision in the sky]
This story is very weak
No, please, miss. Kobayashi is a voice actress! My ovaries are very important!
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It's pointless, it's random, it's rude and crude, and it's a spinoff of Excel Saga. You've got to love it. The jokes are as random as they can possibly be and that's half the fun. The other half is the great fan service and plenty of it. Most of the fan service is even funny to boot.
Being only two episodes though, it doesn't really have time to become anything more than a quick laugh. Don't expect Excel Saga's great story and you'll have a great time and a lot of laughs. Puni Puni is even more random and has far more fan service than Excel Saga. The jokes are pretty much spot on for Excel Saga fans, but non fans will dislike this one even more.
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