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Kurenai OVA bases the character’s looks on the manga much more than the series did. The Kurenai series made many changes to the character models, which I actually didn’t know about until I found out about the Kurenai OVA. I haven’t read the Kurenai manga yet but I’ll get to it sometime. Anyway, Kurenai OVA is 2 episodes long and it has a different atmosphere to it than the series.
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Beelzebub (Hirotta Akachan wa Daimaou!?) is an ova which is 30 minutes long and typical shounen fare without the humor. I don’t know if it’s whether I’ve already read the manga and the fact that I knew everything that was coming or simply that the anime failed on the comedic front. Beelzebub doesn’t fail to deliver the copious amounts of unrealistic violence, though, which could be good or bad depending on your view and viewing mood.
Tags: comedy, ecchi, harem, romance
Indian Summer is about a guy who buys a “maid robot”. He collects figurines and the main reason he bought the maid robot was so that he could dress her up. She isn’t happy about this. Well, that’s the short summary of the very beginning.
I’ll try to keep this review short because it’s too late and I need to get up way too early tomorrow. Besides, this is a short 3 episode ova so it’s not like there’s too much to write about. Continue Reading Indian Summer (Koharu Biyori), a quick review…