Ah! My Goddess - 20th Anniversary

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You know, I find it very hard to believe that Ah! My Goddess first debuted way back in 1988! I was seven years old when this manga first came out and I was in Year 1 of primary school that year. And the major things I remeber happening that year was the Australia's Bicentennary Celebrations, The Lockerbie Air Disater and the Seoul Olympics.

Who would have thought that the adventures of Belldandy and her friends would take them this far - and still going strong to boot! Let's face it, not many manga titles run over a timespan like this and I am very amazed how Ah! My Goddess has made new benchmarks in how a manga series builds-up over the years.

So to Kosuke Fujishima-sama (if you are reading this), congratulations on achieving this fantastic milestone. We hope the adventures of Belldandy, Keiichi, Urd, Skuld and all their friends continue well beyond into the next twenty years. Thank you for bringing the magic and fun of Ah! My Goddess into the hearts of manga lovers all over the globe.

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Yeah, and I hope the series lasts long enough to show Skuld as an adult permanently. She's hawt whenever she turns into an adult. :D

  • Jan 02, 2008

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Quote by jaymacYou know, I find it very hard to believe that Ah! My Goddess first debuted way back in 1988! I was seven years old when this manga first came out and I was in Year 1 of primary school that year. And the major things I remeber happening that year was the Australia's Bicentennary Celebrations, The Lockerbie Air Disater and the Seoul Olympics.

Who would have thought that the adventures of Belldandy and her friends would take them this far - and still going strong to boot! Let's face it, not many manga titles run over a timespan like this and I am very amazed how Ah! My Goddess has made new benchmarks in how a manga series builds-up over the years.

So to Kosuke Fujishima-sama (if you are reading this), congratulations on achieving this fantastic milestone. We hope the adventures of Belldandy, Keiichi, Urd, Skuld and all their friends continue well beyond into the next twenty years. Thank you for bringing the magic and fun of Ah! My Goddess into the hearts of manga lovers all over the globe.

Wow... twenty years... I wasn't even alive then... go figure...

I had watched the anime... God, such a happy story, too happy for its own good...

  • Jan 02, 2008

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I agree with jaymac and I hope the anime continues to be as good as it has been and that they continue to find new stories. I've enjoyed every episode I've watched and the stories and animation keeps getting better

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  • Jan 03, 2008

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I love this anime, it's another one of my fav romance/comedy anime.
I hope it keeps going for a long time.
Kudos to jaymac for the remark on adult Skuld, she's one hawt goddess.

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  • Jan 05, 2008
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omg i just love o!mg it's so mystical and divine

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