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Ah! My Goddess
Flights of Fancy
Season 2 - Part 3


Starring (voice): Kikuko Inoue, Masami Kikuchi, Yumi Tôma and Aya Hisakawa
Manga Entertainment
RRP: £19.99
Certificate: 12
Available 06 September 2010

Trouble arises when Urd's demon and goddess halves split. Urd's goddess and demon halves are now in the same body as different personalities with one side becoming dominant and the other disappearing. With her demon half slowly losing her memories, Urd does the only thing she can: place a call to her estranged mother. However, asking a favour from the Great Demon Leader (Daimakaicho) Hild has a price. Hild pays a reminiscent Marller a visit. Desperate to show results, Marller decides to use her secret weapon: an Arabian lamp that can seal away whoever puts their mouth on the spout. Unimpressed, Hild adds a spell that will make whoever is looking at it see that thing which he or she finds the cutest and proceeds to use it against the goddesses...

Ah! My Goddess: Flights of Fancy: Season 2 - Part 3 includes the show's final eight episodes spread over two DVDs.

Episode 17, Ah! The Chair of Demonkind Descends!, the demon and goddess sides of Urd's personality are once again back in the one body. Unfortunately though her demon half is slowly disappearing along with her memories. In desperation she turns to Hild, her mother and the leader of the demons, as a last cry for help.

Episode 18, Ah! Do Demons Have Any Dignity?!, Marller digs out her secret weapon, an old fashioned lamp. She casts a spell on it so that anyone who uses it will see the cutest thing they can imagine... and if they kiss it then they are trapped.

Episode 19, Ah! The Love of a Goddess Saves a Ninja!, Marller creates a ninja master to trap Belldandy. Belldandy also gets a letter from the Goddess helpline telling her that her goddess licence is suspended.

Episode 20, Ah! It Doesn't Matter Where, So Long as We're Together!, Skuld shows everyone her space doubler invention. It's designed to make their living space larger, but while Skuld is out of the room Keiichi attempts to use it and ends up creating a room that occupies an infinite space. How can Skuld and Urd find and rescue Belldandy and Keiichi?

Extras include an audio commentary on Episode 18 with American vocal artists Alyssa Brodsky (Marller) and Kevin Collins (Senbei); and clean opening and closing titles.

Disc two opens with episode 21, Ah! Would It Be Okay If I Were a Demon?!, Belldandy's licence has been reinstated. However she soon realises she's been given the wrong one - she now has a demon licence. This is an error that will take a month to rectify. However, because she accepted the licence, she has to do bad deeds - otherwise misfortune will follow her around.

Episode 22, Ah! The Goddess's Confession!, Hild has spent the night in Keiichi's bed. He's looking forward to her cooking and then the two of them are going to share a bath together! Skuld and Urd try and find out what trick Hild is playing and during their investigation they find an old picture of Hild and Keiichi together. It seems that Hild has gone back in time to make Keiichi fall in love with her. Now Skuld, Urd and Belldandy must go even further back in time to shift Keiichi's attentions onto Belldandy.

Episode 23, Ah! Everyone Has a Destiny!, Belldandy finds Keiichi's grandfather's diary. There also appears to be a treasure map in it. By a strange coincidence the treasure map seems to lead to the exact same location as the auto club is having a trip to. When they get there they find that the house they are staying in is haunted by the ghost of a young girl who needs Keiichi's help to depart our world.

Episode 24, Ah! The Song of Love That Shakes the Heart!, Peorth helps Keiichi to finally tell Belldandy how he feels about her.

Extras include audio commentary with Marc Diraison (ADR director) and Michael Sinterniklass (voice producer); as well as clean opening and closing credits.

I have to admit that I was a little surprised to see this was how the series ends. To be honest the conclusion is a little bit of a disappointment. It visits an idea we've already seen before (where Keiichi and Belldandy finally manage to express their love for each other... er... sort of) and tries to pass it off as something new.

It's a shame that this series wasn't wrapped up a little neater, but this collection still represents a good mix of episodes.


Darren Rea

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