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Ah My Buddha V05-Five Bare Aggregates

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With the haniwa incident over, Jyotoku asks Hinata to visit another temple together with Ikkou for help with her unique powers. The buxom priestess there, Miyako, has suggestive methods that utilize Ikkou's healthy libido to help Hinata gain control of her dark power.

Sumi, on the other hand, requires intense meditation in an attempt to stop problems with her realm's power, and Ikkou manages to encourage her by discouraging his own youthful desires. Lastly, Yuko takes on a challenge made with a young boy in the hospital, and she fights a life-or-death battle... to make a tasty sunny-side-up egg.

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Studio Anime Works
SKU 211545238
UPC 631595095876
UPC 14 00631595095876
Format DVD
Release Date 10/20/2009
Aspect Ratio
Anamorphic Widescreen  1.78:1
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Name Ah My Buddha
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ReviewSource AnimeNewsNetwork.com
Review Few things in anime viewing are more satisfying than seeing an anime series live up to high expectations or exceed modest ones. Conversely, few things in anime viewing are more depressing than seeing a series sink into the depths of its bargain-basement expectations. Such is the case with the series known in Japanese as Amaenaideyo!!, a series which clearly wants to be an silly ecchi romp in the style of Ninja Nonsense but instead ends up being dull, lame, and brainless, with not even a sufficient quantity or quality of fan service to justify that as an excuse to watch it.The corny premise is actually the least of the first volume's problems. The notion of a male character whose power increases with his arousal, and that he can be aroused by merely looking at the stripped-down forms of the girls around him, is an amusingly naughty one that sounds like it belongs in a hentai series instead. (Indeed, reverse the genders and the premise somewhat resembles that of the actual hentai title Beat Angel Escalayer.) It also allows a convenient excuse to work in lots of fan service and certainly seems abusable for all kinds of ribald jokes. With just a modicum of cleverness, such a concept could easily work.Studio DEEN gives the teenage female character designs a rounded look not unlike that of Ninja Nonsense and very distinctively different appearances, allowing viewers to pick their own favorite depending on preferred style. (Do you like bigger or smaller breasts? Pigtails or short hair? Tanned or pale skin? The harem has all of the options covered.) By contrast, most one-shot and supporting characters have a very generic look. A vibrant coloring job and solid animation give the series an appealing look, albeit one decidedly different from most of the studio's other efforts. If only they had put equal effort into the boring and unimaginative soundtrack, which has a decent opening number and better country-themed closer but in between fails to generate much excitement or enthusiasm.Extras are limited to only a clean opener. Media Blasters does continue their recent trend of printing cover art lengthwise, however.Not everything in the first four episodes is a total failure. The artistry looks respectable, they do offer an occasional funny moment, the references to one of the longest-running American horror movie series in episode 4 actually get a little creative, and at least some of the fan service is sexy. Those plusses fall far short of balancing out all of the minuses stacked against them, however. Doubtless some will find this to their tastes, as the series was successful enough to warrant a second season, but for most this first volume, at least, is not worth the cost of the DVD.
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Reviewer Theron Martin
ReviewRating 7
Features
DVD, Extended Play Mode
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Video Format DVD
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Chris Beveridge, Mania.com Ah My Buddha is a fun little show...
ThemAnime.com ...the girls are very cute, and the art is quite well-executed.

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