Anime Review: “Heaven’s Lost Property”


“I’ll just take one cheeseburger. The others will have to starve.”

I had high hopes for this anime, even though its an ecchi. Sekirei changed my mind about the category, and despite the gratuitous sizes of chests, I gave it a chance. But, wow, was I disappointed. There was nearly no plot except for about 5 episodes, and most of it was the main character being the biggest perv in history.

The story starts out with Tomoki, a classic perv and his childhood friend Sohara attending school. They’ve grown up together as next door neighbors, and both of their parents are off in the city working, so the only adults shown are their teachers. Eishiro is the class weirdo and has an obsession with the “new world” meaning the supernatural, and one day, Tomoki decides to ask him about it. Eishiro tells Tomoki all about a strange hole above the earth and that it has stopped just over Japan. They plan to meet at midnight on top of the hill near Tomoki’s house to see the hole. Sohara promises to go with him, but backs out at the last second. Eishiro doesn’t show up either, but he tries to call Tomoki to warn him not to go. Apparently, he’s noticed something strange from the hole. But Tomoki ends up sitting on the hill for about 20 minutes alone and then as he gets up to leave, something falls from it and comes crashing down on top of him.

The thing turns out to be Ikaros, a strange angel-like humanoid. She says that Tomoki is her master and she will do anything he says. Naturally, her giant boobs make him go crazy, but his instincts kick in and he offers her a place to stay since she doesn’t have anywhere else. Sohara, who apparently has developed a crush on Tomoki, becomes jealous and beats him up. But after explaining, she learns that he didn’t have a choice. Eishiro and his childhood friend Mikako (who is also the student council president) join in the fun and Mikako plans a few parties at Tomoki’s house without him knowing.

Later we find out that Eishiro lives in a tent because he apparently doesn’t have a home. A few more angels fall from the hole with the purpose of retrieving Ikaros, but the first (Nymph) and the second (Astraea) become close friends with him instead. Ikaros apparently is not what she appears to be, and they all have to work together to fight off Nymph and Astraea’s former master and his forces to protect their new home.

If I were in charge of this anime, in all honesty, I would take out all but 5 episodes, because the rest is just crap coupled with Tomoki being an idiot and a perv. I suppose it’s supposed to be funny, but he goes so far as to transform into a girl so he can see other girls naked. Thankfully, Mikako and Sohara give him a good thrashing at least once an episode, and they make his house explode as well. In those 5 episodes, the actual Tomoki comes out, though, and protects those he loves instead of being a perv. If it weren’t for those select episodes, I probably would have given this anime a MUCH lower rating. But because of those, I give it a 6 out of 10.

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