2.781 out of 5 from 681 votes
Cats cooking in a cauldron, winged goddesses floating in the air, hordes of chickens, flying devil and angel fairies, beautiful bishounen, and an unorthodox orchestra; what do these things have in common? Whimsy, beauty, and brilliance. Follow the vision of a gorgeous cast of characters as they fly, cook, and shine away!
A four-leaf clover is said to be a being that cannot belong to anyone; and if she learns to love someone, the world is in the palm of her love's hands. One such clover longs to leave her lonely captivity; and she has met a man, Kazuhiko, who she hopes can finally take her from this place. What lies in store for the clover and her love?
Both were amazing manga's by CLAMP that should have been made into animes. These little clips are very teaser like for the manga fans and leaves you wanting more. Clover is more serious than Wish but they share the same lovely artwork. If you liked one you like the other as well.
Both Clover and wish are short anime music videos with magnificent graphics and a shojo feel that make them very similar. Wish has more nonsense scenes in it, whereas Clover looks more like a real complete story, however if you liked one you're likely to like the other too.
They both come of as pure condensed Clamp no matter how you look at them.
You probably won't get anything out of these short anime clips but a desire to read the manga they're based on.
Cat Soup is an extremely abstract, abnormal, and at times, disturbing adventure, from the director of Nadesico. This 30 minute OVA follows two kittens through what seems to be the underworld, as they search for one of their lost souls. Along the way, they encounter new (edible) friends, scary situations, and even the end of the world! Will these felines manage to return unscathed? Or more importantly, avoid becoming the main course for dinner? Confusion abounds in this quirky OVA.
There are many magical and mysterious worlds with brave, beautiful, and caring people. Hikaru, Fuu, and Umi are normal high school students chosen to be legendary Magic Knights; Miyuki falls through a rabbit hole into Wonderland; Kamui is chosen to decide the fate of the world; Subaru decides to use his supernatural powers to solve mysteries; Ashura and her friends must fight against an evil warlord; and Nokoru and his classmates start a school detective agency to help girls with their problems. These heroes, leaders, and detectives must help make their own worlds a better place to live.
In a lush and detailed fantasy world, magical airships sail amidst floating islands and villas. Luxurious earthly homes lie amidst hillsides of flowers and trees, and a lone pond houses a single shoot of life. Miniature tram cars come and go, ladies’ dresses flutter in the breeze, will o’ wisps dance in the midst of dusk and lights flicker warmly. With a lack of narrative, Iblard Jikan shows us these visions and more alongside a soundtrack of lilting melodies.
Wish and Iblard Jikan both show eye-catching scenes on a fitting music background, in an abstract way. Iblar jikan is more centered on scneneries whereas Wish contains more action, and nonsense scenes. Both give a similar feeling however, as if visiting a completely different planet.
In a futuristic city filled with flying cars and a top-notch police force, a winged beauty has been chained up in the depths of a dark room. Her benefactors are none other than two members of law enforcement who decide that she must be set free – their jobs or livelihoods are unimportant compared to their goal. The two men find the heavenly creature and set forth at top speeds to set her free, with others hot on their trail.
Both are short, upbeat little music videos. While Wish lacks the plot that is present in On Your Mark, and will have very little meaning to anyone who hasn't read the Wish manga, both animes are short enough that you can just enjoy the music and the visuals.