Cuteness factor at 1000%
cosmicdragon | Lexington, Virginia United States | 06/21/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The adventures of Mini Goddess has got to be the cutest piece of anime out. Basically, the episodes are approx. 5 minutes each allowing our cute little Goddesses to go on all kinds of adventures. The Urd files is the 3rd DVD in the series and contains episodes 25-36. A Better description of this wonderful anime show would probably be it's like the Muppet Babies only 1000 times better. So do yourself a favor and purchase all three, currently available, DVD's of this fantastically cute Anime series. You won't regret it:) You can also be like me and pace back & forth, while waiting patiently for the release of The Adventures of Mini Goddess-The Skuld Files:)"
The mini goddess series takes a new, interesting turn.
peter krug | portland, OR | 06/15/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Those who've seen the first two mini goddess DVDs will enjoy this, however you'll notice a few changes. During the opening narration that begins each episode, the narration is the same, but what goes on is different. Through out this 20 second scene we see them posing in front of a camera in different outfits, including bathing suits (and Urd in lingerie). The end credit sequence is also different. The first four episodes have their own unique credit scens, and from episode five and on we come to a new end video with a new song, where we see the goddess doing different activities like playing cards and board games with pieces that look just like them.And, finally, the episodes themselves are different. Part four is a mood piece completely free of dialoge and humor, with somber music, where Urd spends a rainy traveling to different parts of Tokyo, and then back home where she finds her younger sisters waiting with Gan. Those who are impatiant for laughs will want to fast forward through this one.The biggest change is the introduction of Marla, a sorcoress with a first class licence and no restrictions. Sometimes backed up by a gang of rat thugs, she acts as the villan here, her goal to make the three goddess' lives a living hell. She does often become the sorce of comedy relief herself, though, and I think she makes the series much more interesting. This I reccomend."