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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Alone in his dorm on a Saturday night, Nekomi Tech's Keiichi Morisato dials a wrong number that will change his life forever - reaching the Goddess Technical Help Line.

Ah! My Goddess Vol. 1 book. Alone in his dorm on a Saturday night, Nekomi Tech's Keiichi. Also, even on his beginnings, the art of Fujishima is amazingly detailed that not all manga artists are so careful with the details in the clothes and environment. A priceless story with something to everybody.

Ever since a cosmic phone call brought the four literal young goddesses Belldandy, Urd, Skuld - and, like an occasional vowel, Peorth - to live in college student Keiichi's residence, his personal life has been turned upside-down, sideways, and sometimes even into strange dimensions.

Ever since a cosmic phone call brought the four literal young goddesses Belldandy, Urd, Skuld - and, like an occasional vowel, Peorth - to live in college student Keiichi's residence, his personal life has been turned upside-down, sideways, and sometimes even into strange dimensions!The demonic angel created by Hild and sanctified by Belldandy found a temporary host in Keiichi, but how long.

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Oh My Goddess! (Japanese: ああっ女神さまっ Hepburn: Aa! Megami-sama), or Ah! My Goddess! in some releases, is a Japanese seinen manga series written and illustrated by Kōsuke Fujishima.

Oh My Goddess! (Japanese: ああっ女神さまっ Hepburn: Aa! Megami-sama), or Ah! My Goddess! in some releases, is a Japanese seinen manga series written and illustrated by Kōsuke Fujishima. It has been serialized in Afternoon since September 1988; the individual chapters are being published in tankōbon by Kodansha, with the first released on August 23, 1989; the final volume of the manga series, volume 48, was released on July 23, 2014, marking nearly 26 years of publication.

Kosuke Fujishima is a Japanese manga artist. He later became assistant to manga artist Tatsuya Egawa in the production of the Making Be Free! manga, and in 1986 began his first original manga series You're Under Arrest. His second manga series Oh My Goddess!, also translated as Ah! My Goddess, is extremely popular and has made Fujishima.

Oh My Goddess!, the manga by Kōsuke Fujishima, has been adapted into five anime versions between 1993 and 2007, including an original video animation (OVA), The Adventures of Mini-Goddess, Ah!

Oh My Goddess!, the manga by Kōsuke Fujishima, has been adapted into five anime versions between 1993 and 2007, including an original video animation (OVA), The Adventures of Mini-Goddess, Ah! My Goddess, and its sequels, Ah! My Goddess: Flights of Fancy and Ah! My Goddess: Fighting Wings. In 1993, Anime International Company produced a five-episode OVA series based on the manga series. Its success inspired a spinoff TV series entitled The Adventures of Mini-Goddess

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Alone in his dorm on a Saturday night, Nekomi Tech's Keiichi Morisato dials a wrong number that will change his life forever - reaching the Goddess Technical Help Line. Granted one wish by the charming young goddess Belldandy - a wish for anything in the world - Keiichi wishes she would stay with him always! Complications are bound to ensue from this; the immediate first being the new couple getting tossed out of the dorm - it's males only! As the hapless student and his mysterious "foreign beauty" ride around looking for a new place to stay - risking the different dangers of seeking shelter with an otaku convinced Belldandy is an imaginary woman, and a Zen priest convinced she's a sinister witch - Keiichi's still got his classes on Monday morning! How is his new "exchange student" companion going to be received on the N.I.T. campus? A little too well for normal life to ever return...

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Mbon
I have been reading this series since the early 90s. The Omnibus covers the 1st 3 Volumes of the acclaimed series. The format is slightly larger than the normal single volume mangas you may purchase. The 1st few pages are glossy and colored [excellently done might I add]. The remainder of the pages in the book are standard black/white. The major difference I noticed is the paper quality is thicker/heavier than the typical single volume. The artwork really shines on these pages, and while the mangaka's earlier artwork isn't necessarily as refined as his later volumes, it does not detract from the story. The binding is excellent; I can open the book wide and read all of it. The packaging was excellent [after a number of emails to Amazon about their packaging, it seems their shipping department is paying attention in packing paperback books with sturdy materials]. If you're getting this book, chances are you're already a fan of the series. Given that the 1st Omnibus price is almost 50% off at the time of this review I would recommend buying it. If you've got a nice collection of the other trades, then it's up to you though. While I have been reading manga for years, this is my 1st ever manga purchase and the attention to detail and craftsmanship of the tome is great. Kudos to DarkHorse for re-releasing the recently finished series in these Omnibus style books. For new readers, this series is best enjoyed a little at a time, and NOT to be read through voraciously; some of the later chapters do feel a little drawn out, but there's drama, comedy, romance, cute-ness, and slice of life in the series. There is some action but that takes a back seat to the real meat of the story: The Characters. Now all we need is for Berserk to receive the Omnibus treatment. Happy Reading!

Edit: I erroneously stated that the 1st few pages are glossy and colored; this is incorrect; The 1st few pages of EACH Volume [that is, the 3 present in this omnibus] are glossy and colored. An even better surprise once I got to them.
Sudert
I've read my fair share of manga over the last few decades, but this was the one that really got me started into not only being an otaku, but a lover of finely-crafted Japanese comics! Kosuke Fujishima created this as a slight spinoff of his You're Under Arrest manga about female police officers where the characters were briefly praying to a goddess. With this in mind, Fujishima took the already cliche premise of a normal guy with a magical girlfriend, but managed to make it one of the most endearing and charming titles in anime and manga.

The manga starts out with college freshmen Keichi stuck at his dorm having to answer phone messages for his gruff upper classmen in the motor club. After unsuccessfully being able to order take out, he accidently contacts the Goddess Helpline. Answering his call is the lovely goddess Belldandy, sent from Heaven to grant him one wish. Keichi jokingly wishes for a goddess like her to be with him forever, and a grand lightshow signifies that his wish is approved. Belldandy is now "bonded" to Keichi, and any attempts to separate them are repelled by the Ultimate Force which twists fate around to keep them together.

Bell and Kei then luckily move to a spacious abandoned temple outside of town after getting kicked out of the dorm. They are later visited by Belldandy's older half-sister Urd, who after using her powers to force some romance between them gets banished to Earth for a time, and ends up moving in with them. Belldandy's younger sister Skuld later moves in alsoi to add to the hysterics. Aside from them, Bell and Kei's relationship is constantly being interrupted by rivals at school, other pesky goddesses, and forces from Hell itself, including Urd's mother Hild who's in charge of all devils. One of the most reoccurring villains is the demon Mara who is an old school rival of Urd's, and is constantly trying to ruin the goddesses' time on Earth.

The manga has been running constantly since 1988 with nearly fifty volumes in print. This has spawned off a 5-episode OVA series in the 90s, a full-length anime movie in 2000, and an anime series involving the Mini-Goddess back-up feature from the manga that ran on an anthology show. A brand new anime series ran in 2005 that retold the origin story but in greater detail than the original OVA, and lasted for two seasons. There have recently also been several OAD shorts offered with volumes of the manga in Japan, but so far nothing in English. The manga was released out in America at first under the title "Oh My Goddess" to make it seem more appealing to western readers, but was later renamed to the original, and also included some of the chapters that were left out of the first printing. There are currently several omnibus editions available through Dark Horse Comics which makes for a great starting point, so give one of them a look.
Oh My Goddess! Vol. 1 download epub
Comics & Graphic Novels
Author: Kosuke Fujishima
ISBN: 1593073879
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Comics & Graphic Novels
Language: English
Publisher: Dark Horse (December 27, 2005)
Pages: 192 pages