4.213 out of 5 from 16 votes
Keiichi Morisato is a shy student who serves as an errand boy for his roommates. One day he tries to order some food, but accidentally dials the goddess help line instead! A goddess named Belldandy arrives and tells him she will grant him any wish, but only one wish. He doesn't take her seriously, thinking his roommates are playing some kind of prank on him, and decides to play along and call their bluff. Being unpopular with the girls, he wishes to have someone like Belldandy stay with him... forever! Much to his surprise, Keiichi's wish is granted and Belldandy herself will stay with him forever; and that's where the trouble begins. Women aren't allowed in the dorm, and the magical force that granted the wish won't allow them to be separated. As if things couldn't get worse, Belldandy's sisters begin to show up as well!
Several of the characters are very similar to ones in the other series, the action/comedy nature of both is the same, as is their largely episodic nature. Not surprising since both series were created by the same person. Nonetheless, if you enjoyed one you'll also enjoy the other.
In the early part of the 21st century, clouds of toxic microbes cover most of the planet, forcing the citizens of Newport to wear masks when outside. In this harsh world, a single criminal's malicious deeds have incited the Japanese police to take to the street in Tanks! Having already stolen the experimental organism Greenpeace Crolis, Buaku and his henchmen Annapuma and Unipuma set their sights on bigger game including a prototype mega-tank and the governments only sand-crawler submarine. Join Leona Ozaki, Alcuad Solte, Charles Brenten, and the rest of the Newport Station Tank Police as they try to uncover the method behind the gangster's madness and catch him before his diabolical plan comes to fruition.
Both manga focus on a pair of female cops, with one officer in each pair being a new recruit. The cops in question are often as wild (or wilder) as the criminals they combat. Both series have a lot of action and a lot of comedy.