Shoujoboy's Maria-sama ga Miteru Ova Review

Maria-sama ga Miteru

Rated: 8

This season gives fans much more of what they've come to love this show for. More of the characters we've watched grow up and more Yumi and Sachiko. A few things have changed but the things that infatuated us fans from the start still remain and still stay close to our hearts. I've seen a lot of shows in my life but none that make me feel this good when I watch it. I still stand by the fact that everyone should at least try this show. Just giving it a pass based on what you've heard or what you think you're tastes are should be a crime.

I truly loved these 5 episodes. I will always remember it because the first episode of it I watched in Afghanistan.

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Shoujoboy's Maria-sama ga Miteru Tv Review

Maria-sama ga Miteru

Rated: 10

If I could equate this show to anything it would be like watching the most beautiful roses glisten in the morning dew. After two episodes it is hard to stop watching, it's engrosing in its simplicity. I almost felt as if I was doing the show injustice by not watching it in a low light with a Tuxedo on. The story was laid out from the beginning and all that was left was execution which this hit dead on. The characters were brought to life by the fantastic animation and voice acting. They were lovable and a pure joy to watch grow up. Two things made this show truly unique. Most animes you watch to see what happens next. Will the war end? Will this person end up with that person? Always looking ahead. Marimite was all about living in the present.

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Treks' Maria-sama ga Miteru Tv Review

Maria-sama ga Miteru

Rated: 9

I have seen a lot of animes in my days, but very few had me itching for more after finishing it. But Maria-sama ga Miteru had me sitting on the edge of my chair right until the end.

The story is incredibly compelling, the characters are believable, the music is enjoyable and last, but not least, the animations are amazing!

Maria-sama is a very serious anime, depicting the relationship between girls at a allgirls school, but they manage to get some fun situation out of this. Especially the ones featuring Rosa Gigantea and Yumi, preferably alone.

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IllusionistAria's Maria-sama ga Miteru Tv Review

Maria-sama ga Miteru

Rated: 9

The anime does well to simplify and condense the complicated storyline without losing the magnificence and charm of the various characters. It is enjoyable to watch and touching - I admit to crying through many of the episodes. Despite this, I do not find it depressing - it is often heart-wrenching but it is never dark, angry or sorrowful. Although I am not a yuri fan, I found myself sympathizing with Yumi (the main character) and feeling strongly for the different relationships in the show - that is how touching the anime is.

The storyline is also unique and original.

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Cokedupmonkey1's Maria-sama ga Miteru Tv Review

Maria-sama ga Miteru

Rated: 8

The presentation of the show was I think well rounded and very well done. From beginning to end you could feel that the show took you on a ride and did a good job of entertaining you on the way. The show is a very entertaining and even though it is slow at time and can often become annoyingly slow it still manages to keep you entertain and glued to your seat. Of the few time I did laugh in the show it was mostly during a scene that Yumi was in playing the fish out of water role. For the most part the show does not rely on comic relief to help it, it instead allow the character development and interaction to be the focus of the plot and show. The show may seem to be a bit of a soap opera but to me it isn’t.

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