Ohtsuki Akihiro is a young man with a plan: to seduce Mitsuki, the hottest girl in school. But on his way home one day, he stumbles across a tapestry, which contains the strangest of things -- a magical girl named Malon! Her task, it seems, is to guard the kingdom of Phantasia and its people who dwell within, hidden from humankind. After hearing Malon's profession of love, Akihiro has a lot to think about -- especially with a rampant wizard on the loose who is set on destroying Malon, and the world within the tapestry!
Keiichi Morisato is just your average college student until one day, fate interjects as he makes a call for take-out food. Unknown to him, he reaches the Goddess Help Line, and contacts a goddess named Belldandy, who grants him a wish. Thinking it to be a joke, Keiichi wishes for her to be his girlfriend 'forever'.
Girl from Phantasia and AMG both have remarkable similarities as far as the situations they get into with an ethereal girl who just wants to love her man! Equally as uninspiring comedy and visuals as well, on both accounts. If you liked one, you'd probably like the other.
After his apartment burning to the ground and almost being killed by a falling metal object, Ohmura Takeshi is ready for the afterlife. Luckily, a beautiful angel appears to heal his wounds and inform him that if he stays with her, no harm will come to him. The catch? His long-lost deadbeat dad has passed along a curse: he will experience nothing but sadness in his life. Now, after changing to a human to maintain close contact, Elle will stop at nothing to make sure that a bit of happiness comes into Takeshi's life, but not before first learning how to be a human!
like the crazy slapstick ecchi action of Girl from Phantasia? Then you'd probably also like Happy World, which is full of more of the same. In addition, I thought the humor was a lot more genuinely amusing.
While visiting the legendary Tattoon tribe, high school delinquent Hideo's mother traded her son's hand in marriage for the ability to continue her research -- unbenounced to Hideo, of course! To him, women are self centered, indulgent, and the source of all troubles, which makes meeting the eager to please Nima all the more unappealing. Now, with Nima and class president Fujimatsu both after his love, and new enemies arising from the woodwork, will Hideo live long enough to fight another day?
As if the pictures don't say it well enough, Girl from Phantasia and Tattoon Master are pretty much perfect recommendations for each other. Namely, in plot: girl loves guy for a totally ridiculous reason, bugs the hell out of him, and won't leave him alone. Sound familiar? If you liked either of these, you'd surely like the other, for the plot, graphics, and everything else!
Yota is a young man who is in love with his friend Moemi, but there's a catch: she's confessed her love for his best friend! Heartbroken, he finds himself in a mysterious video store that offers him Ai, a video girl who can fulfill his every desire. Thanks to his broken VCR, this dream becomes reality when she suddenly... emerges from the TV?! With a real life video girl on his hands to give advice and set him straight, Yota might just stand a chance of winning over the heart of Moemi, and curing his unbearable heartache...
Ah, who hasn't shed a tear for the feckless guy who falls in love with nice Earth girl A, only to have alien Girl B materialize in his life? While Fantasia touches on that subject and tries to wrap it up in a one-shot 30-minute OVA that ends with no resolution, Video Girl Ai takes the premise to a new level: Girl B (Ai-chan, a virtual "Video Girl" who comes to life) is not only programmed to be incapable of falling in love with the feckless guy (Moteuchi Youta), but she also takes on the task of helping the guy win the heart of Girl A (Moemi Hayakawa) in episode 1. That choice haunts Ai-chan in the succeeding episodes, and leads to a finish that asks what love really is. If Fantasia is a sweet snack full of "empty calories" (which is what I thought after watching it), Video Girl Ai is a full meal, both sweet and savory at the same time.