Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Itsudatte - My Santa Special |
A Christmas Double Feature
Director: Ken Akamatsu
Genres: Anime & Manga, Animation
The featherweight romantic comedy My Santa (1998) is based on the manga Itsudatte My Santa ("Always My Santa") by Ken Akamatsu (Love Hina, Negima!), and will appeal to fans of his other work. For Santa, a teenage boy who w... more »
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Akamatsu fans will enjoy it.
David Kirlis | Sacramento, CA USA | 01/07/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I've been an Akamatsu fan for a couple years now and I've enjoyed this short two OVA series, as well as the Manga.
Though I think the dub of Mai was a bit off, I understand how hard it would be to voice such an outrageous girl.
If your an Akamatsu fan then this is a must for your collection. If you've never read or watched something created by Ken Akamatsu then I think this would be a good place to start. Though, if you don't like fan service then this may put you off a bit.
'My Santa' is a funny and out there romantic comedy, much like his other works, and is sure to make even the biggest of holiday scrooges at least chuckle."
Great anime but to short
R. Baldock | Southern California | 01/13/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I watched this series and I loved it but i think it should of been longer. The story was moving so fast and by the time i got to figure what the whole story is about it just ends. The part that really moved fast was the ending and yet in the beginning of episode 2 there is about 15 minutes of footage they could of left out or make it into 3 episodes instead of just 2 episodes on this disc. Overall, its a great anime with awesome dubbed voice acting but if they made the series into like 3 or 4 episodes it will be more worth it. There is some nudity when the girls transform into bustier girls. This is not Ken Akamatsu's greatest work in anime but its worth giving a shot. The storyline is excellent. I wouldnt recommend this anime to just any anime fan but i believe people would enjoy this because of the background story behind it and have girls transform into Santa's helpers *note they are not elves*."