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Loveless Specials

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Now that filming for the anime is over, the stars have one last job to do – review the series in their own special way. While the energetic Soubi is excited at the prospect, all Ritsuka wants is to go home. Whether speculating about supposed ‘deleted scenes’ or gossiping about what happened when the cameras stopped rolling, nothing is sacred when it comes to the pair’s unique methods of reflection.

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Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Loveless TV 2005 Original

related manga

Manga Name Year Relation More Info
Loveless 2002 Same Franchise
Loveless: Ephemeral Bonds (Light Novel) 2008 TBD

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Honey and Clover Specials

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  • DVD Special (2 eps x 23 min)
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NimirRa

These two hilarious specials aren't the same plot wise... H&C Specials actually *have* plot whereas the Loveless Specials don't, but their sense of humor is a bit over the top and if you enjoyed one of these chances are you will like the other as well.

Maria-sama ga Miteru Specials

Maria-sama ga Miteru Specials
  • DVD Special (7 eps x 2 min)
  • 2004

The girls at Lillian exude endless amounts of grace and elegance, but even they can make mistakes. While Yumi struggles with her French pronunciation and Rosa Gigantia keeps messing up the timing of her entrance, even the prim and proper Sachiko isn’t safe from the horrors of a growling stomach…

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cassiesheepgirl

While the plots of Maria-sama and Loveless are very different, both of their specials are fairly similar. Both break the fourth wall and show a different side to the show, whether it's the commentary of soubi or Yumi's outtakes.