The DVD includes an Image Gallery, Textless opening and preview trailers for a number of other Bandai titles (although no trailer for ).
The only bug I noticed in the DVD comes in the middle of the seconds episode, where one of the subtitles freezes on the screen and no further subtitles are displayed, this situation is however easily remedied by turning the subtitles off and then back on.Another reviewer (Chris Beverage of Anime on DVD) mentioned a very faint “rainbow” present on the screen, I was however unable to see this. The Amaray case (Yin-Yang) includes the usual, although very nice, mini poster.You see, what starts off as “not too serious” in the first episode degrades rapidly to outrageously absurd by the end of the fourth episode.And that is exactly what the producers of is rife with inside jokes and references to these Japanese comedies, unfortunately I haven't seen many of the originals so I was unable to spot any of the references save for one in the opening seconds of the first episode. The character designs are quite nice, although not spectacularly original.”, any anime fan or creator will likely point towards their digital compositing.
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I found the music in this series particularly special, not because the music is in itself spectacular but rather because as a soundtrack it is spectacularly appropriate.
The main theme, to the tune of a march is on it's own rather amusing, the perfect theme for this series.
Then the enigmatic Paraila almost kills them when she crash-lands her mecha on top of their school.
For her own reasons Paraila decides to join them on their journey to earth. As the three attempt to travel to Earth their situation goes from bad to worse as they somehow end up among the Galaxy's most wanted fugitives; wanted by the police who want to question and incarcerate them, and by the criminal underground who seem intent on killing them.
Due to a change of career, 20-year-old Michiru Amatsuki moved to a women-only share house called "Stella House Haruno" in Tokyo, where people of different ages and occupations have fun with delicious alcohol and food around.