Tomoki's life was normal until a wish-granting angelic android named Ikaros fell from the sky and started calling him master. Things got even crazier when Ikaros's fellow android, Nymph, came fluttering down to join the fun. With the winged vixens adjusting to life on Earth, you'd think Tomoki's dream of a peaceful existence might finally be coming true – but you'd be wrong!With his teenage impulses and dirty mind, Tomoki's wishes are causing more chaos than ever before. Plus, there's a curvy new android on the scene – Astraea. She definitely looks as angelic as Ikaros and Nymph, but there's a chance the beautiful blonde newcomer is up to no good!
Why do pervs get everything they want (with gusto)? Forte is overall an improvement upon its predecessor. I'm gonna begin this review by saying a few things that to varying degrees will surprise you who have seen Sora no Otoshimono. No spoilers here, just some interesting thematic trends. The first is that with the exception of the last 3-4 episodes, Nymph is unquestionably the female lead; not Ikaros. On the whole Ikaros really takes a step back in Forte, the final few eps in which she is the featured character fail to make up for the overall lack of contributions she has in the second season. Now, this is one of those situations where there are two sides to every coin. Because Nymph transforms into a very good character that the viewer is able to be emotionally connected with perhaps even more so than with Ikaros in the first season. Why am I able to say this? This leads me to surprising fact number two; the story is much more in focus in Forte. Granted, for me this wasn't a huge surprise because I actually thought the backbone of the story that was introduced in the first season was excellent, it just really didn't come into play until the last ep for the most part. But in Forte, the story is the really the focus of the series. There's still plenty of mindless ech interlude. But for one, this comprises a minority of the series (even if it's a slight minority). And secondly, the ech moments in Forte are generally more tasteful than they were in the first season. What I mean is that these moments were funnier and less pervy than they were before. A good example of this is the introduction of the 3rd angeloid Astrea. While Astrea, let's face it, is the blonde bimbo among the angeloids, she's also the funniest. I'd have to say, weighing pros and cons, she definitely added to the series more than she detracted from it. One more note I'd like to make on the improved plot before I move on is that you can expect some major plot twists. I won't go into details, but I will just say that the first big plot twist (which comes in ep 6) is fantastic; HOWEVER, it is not adequately resolved which bothered me. A later plot twist tries to compensate for this, but really they just dodged the issue entirely it seems to me. A final note at the advice of my fellow community member, you'll wanna watch the little post-credit scenes at the end of most of the eps because they give you a better understanding of the plot. The third surprise is more of an aside, but is something that notably is often unaccounted for and that is that Forte introduces a realistic time-progression factor. Both Tomo and Sohara have aged by a few years. This definitely improves Tomo's character. His good side is on display much more frequently than it was in the first season. He's still the same old perv, but I wouldn't say that I utterly despise him anymore. Really the only thing of note with Sohara is that she's certainly 'developed.' That's not meant to be beading around the bush; I consider that to be pretty direct language. Moving along, there are two notes I'd like to say on the negative side and they're kinda related. The first is that the whole switch-over of character focus from Nymph to Ikaros is just fundamentally odd. Because it almost seems like the series ended a few eps too early and they needed some filler material. It's not really that bad, but you wonder whether it was really necessary. On a related note, the second complaint I have is that the ending is not nearly as compelling as the first season. It was clever and you can appreciate what they were going for, but it's not actually that good. But overall, as I said in the opening Forte is in totality an improvement to Sora no Otoshimono, still 6.5 out of 10. There is somewhat of a letdown factor. Last but not least, let me be possibly the first to inform you that Sora no Otoshimono The Movie is coming!!!
After watching the 4 first episodes this is what I can tell you: This anime is for pretty much any pervert. But wait! If you're still not convinced it gets better! The storyline is pretty much... well it's unimportant. This anime is based on cleavage and some of the best comedy in a while. It made me smile and laugh through all of the episodes. So if you can handle the ecchi, (most of us probably will ;)) watch it!! So as I mentioned, the storyline is almost not mentioned in these first episodes, the characters are those typical loveable characters. The voice acting is ok-good and the animation goes very well with the ecchi and comedy. The main character really pulled me in his quest for... well whatever you want to call it. He 'dies' quite a few more times then most people, and I cried every time! Not really but it was sad. In a funny epic way. Conclusion: watch the first few episodes, it's funny, sexy, and strangely enough dramatic and good. Still, be warned for the ecchi if you don't like it, this anime is kinda based on it.
Sora no Otoshimono Forte (Heaven’s Lost Property Forte) was surprisingly good. It built on the previously series incredibly well and improved on its lacking areas without losing any of the charm or comedy from the first series which made this anime so appealing. The story continues with the mysterious ‘new world’ plotting to dispose of Tomo-chan while he and the cast go on with their normal lives thinking that they are safe from attack. Eishiro, the leader of the new world club, is used as the vehicle to progress the story as he tries to discover more about the new world. Unlike the first series Sora no Otoshimono Forte focuses on the story throughout the whole series, it just doesn’t seem like something that got lopped on the end so that the anime could have some meaning, it feels like with each episode they got closer to truth which was a nice change. The characters were developed further which added depth to this anime. They felt like individual characters not just a representation of a type. Tomo-chan is again brilliant and funny just like the first series so not much has changed on this front. The animation was again pretty standard but Sora no Otoshimono Forte however the music was brilliant again as Sora no Otoshimono Forte kept up the unique ending like the first series which was again wonderful and original (I wonder why more anime don’t do this). If you like the first series then you will like this series, it improves on the lacking areas but stills keeps its charm which make it such a success in the first series.
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