Love Hina Again

TV Tokyo (ended 2002)



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Love Hina Again

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"Love Hina Again" is the OAV Series of the popular anime, Love Hina. It tells the story of when Kanako, Keitaro's non-blood related sister, comes to Hinata Inn and attempts to take Keitaro away from Naru.
Mari Devon

Mari Devon

Haruka Urashima

Steve Areno

Steve Areno

Kentaro Sakata

Julie Maddalena

Julie Maddalena

Sarah MacDougal, Girl

Kirk Thornton

Kirk Thornton

Noriyasu Seta, Teacher

Yasunori Matsumoto

Yasunori Matsumoto

Seta Noriyasu [Japanese Version]

Satsuki Yukino

Satsuki Yukino

Mutsumi Otohime [Japanese Version]

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  • The Hinata girls and Keitaro are back for more fun!

    Keitaro is always the poor guy who gets kicked all around but he seems to have supernatural powers of speed and healing. He never seems to feel pain and when Naru sends him flying off into the sky he returns the next moment. His kind deeds are always mistaken because of the misunderstand of the things he buys for them. The girls seem to like him a lot because of his kindness. Well there's always something good and something bad about Keitaro but he really is a hilarous and marvellous lad. Naru should treasure a guy like him. His sister however wants to snatch him away from Naru like all the other Hinata girls.moreless
  • The ending three part movie to the anime series Love Hina

    Love hina again is a DVD with 3 episodes on it. The main story was based on a manga; (sort of like a Japanese comic book.) however the manga was 4 books long to tell the story put into 3 episodes so it's understandable that some things wouldn't make the cut. But instead of just cutting the material, the people changed the stuff that was put into the story. example: in one of the final scenes where the main female character, Naru Narusegawa, jumps off of the annex's clock tower to save the main male character, Keitaro Urashima, that part was originally suppose to take place on the most northern tip of Japan, following a chase in which some of the characters fight one another to help Keitaro on a personal mission. So all and all it was a good ender but it could have been done a lot nicer.moreless
  • Picking up from Love hina spring special Kanako ,Keitaros sister comes to the hinata inn to take him away from Naru.

    Well there really wasnt a reason for the making of these episodes but im sure glad they did.

    After i had watched the final episode of love hina i really wanted to se more.

    Well not picking up from love hina again but rather just some extra shows in love hina original.

    And maybe know what would happen to the other girls when Naru and Keitaro go away.

    I mean they really didnt focus on what would happen to them.

    But again there was no need to ,would have been fun though.

    Immediatly after finishing love hina i turned to Chobits wich turned out to be just as good if not better.

    Well i dont want to end up writing a chobits review i just advise that everyone should check that out.

  • "Love Hina Again" picks up where the series left off... well, maybe... This time the trouble's with Keitaro's sister, who has come to Hinata Apartments to pry Keitaro from Narusegawa Naru's hands.moreless

    "Love Hina Again" was somewhat enjoyable since I felt that it had too many flaws.

    For one thing, there was a serious lack of comedy in episodes 2-3 (episode 1 met "Love Hina" standards). I just felt that it wasn't funny enough to live up to my expectations.

    Another is the plot. It was a tad bit confusing and unusual, and I felt that it lacked focus and rationality. The emergence of a new character (Keitaro's sister) made things feel underdeveloped and rushed. I think that they should've stuck with the old characters, and revolved this OVA around them.

    That brings up another flaw in "Love Hina Again"... the other Urashima. I didn't really like her character. She was too similar to other girls that Keitaro met in his lifetime, and I wouldn't have given a damn about her little promise either. I just didn't care for her.

    In short, the series had enough characters to build up a strong following. Why did they introduce a new one to make things chaotic?

    Nevertheless, I do like "Love Hina Again" because it resolved everything that the series could not, though maybe not in the way that truly satisfied me. Unlike the final episode of "Love Hina", this one had a definite sense of closure.

    If you're a real fan of the series, this is worth watching. Otherwise, just skip it... nothing to see here really, though it could prove a minor distraction if you're bored... =Pmoreless
  • Its Love Hina Again! Keitaro, after a accident( I can't believe he can ACTUALLY got hurt...)decides to go excavating with Seta. During his absence his adopted sister Kanako starts to wreck havoc...well its Love it all becomes a riot...until Keimoreless

    I loved lOve Hina so I was anxious to watch Love Hina Again. The thing that made Love Hina so great was that eventhough it was "ecchi" (perverted) it was still hilarious and there wasn't too much fanservice or anything. The main problem with LOve Hina Again was how many times one of the girls were just naked for no reason. It started to get tedious and Kanako wasn't a very likeable character. The only redeeming part was that Moe' came back and that Keitaro and Naru *finally* got together. The plot is pretty much centered around Kanako, a mysterious annex and 'the promised girls' of Keitaro. Diehard fans(like me) might be dissapointed by all the fanservice and utter pointlessness of this OVA but it does wrap things up I guess.moreless