Goro Mutsumi is a young man that never seems to catch a break; he has a hard time keeping a job, has horrible luck, and continuously finds himself in bad circumstances. However, things change one day when he comes home - having been fired yet again - and finds three young girls sitting in his apartment. They're the reincarnated angels of his deceased pets, and they're here to turn his luck around given how well he treated them in their past lives. While the idea sounds like a godsend, things don't go quite according to plan; the angels tend to cause more harm than good, and twelve altogether end up joining Goro's cramped household! In addition to learning how to co-exist with his newly acquired roommates, Goro must also defend them and himself against four sacred beasts who are after him for mysterious reasons. One thing's for certain: Goro's life will never be the same!
Really the only redeeming feature of Angel's Tales is that it makes for very good riffing material. Basically Goro, the dude that this animorphs are supposed to swoon over, can be replaced with a cardboard cut-out and nobody would notice half the time. He plays the harmonica (riff I made "I tell ya, bein' a folk singer today is like bein' a dinosaur with somethin' to say yea!") So what is... read more
Anime in 200 Words: Angel Tales Premise: Everyone has lost a pet, but in Angel Tales, Goro’s 12 pets don’t actually die; they become guardian angels and return to protect him. It’s a cute concept until the gushy love from all the girls kicks in. Sure, pets love you, but should they want to marry you? Not so much. Characters: The people in Angel Tales aren’t fully developed, which is... read more
|Angel Tales Specials||DVD Special||2002||TBD|
|Angel Tales 2||TV||2003||TBD|