List of Oh My Goddess! episodes

List of Oh My Goddess! episodes

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.[1] Its success inspired a spinoff TV series entitled The Adventures of Mini-Goddess. Produced by Oriental Light and Magic and initially aired on WOWOW in 1998 and 1999, the plot revolved around the adventures of three miniaturized goddesses and their rat companion Gan-chan, all of whom live in a temple home.[2] In 2005, Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) began broadcasting Ah! My Goddess, a new series directed by Hiroaki Gōda and animated by Anime International Company.[3] It ran for 24 episodes between January 7 and July 8, 2005.[4][5] A sequel also animated by Anime International Company and directed by Gōda, Ah! My Goddess: Flights of Fancy, aired on TBS between April 6 and September 14, 2006.[3] A two-episode special entitled Ah! My Goddess: Fighting Wings, animated by Anime International Company and directed by Gōda, was broadcast on TBS on December 12, 2007.[6]

Each series was licensed to a different American publisher. AnimEigo received the rights to publish the OVA in Region 1 and released five VHS tapes and two DVDs.[7][8] The Adventures of Mini-Goddess was licensed to Geneon Entertainment under their old name, Pioneer Entertainment, and was released to four DVDs.[9] Ah! My Goddess was licensed by Media Blasters, who released all 26 episodes on 6 DVD compilations.[10] However, Media Blasters declined the sequel (Ah! My Goddess: Flights of Fancy); it was instead licensed to ADV Films, who released six DVD compilations.[11] Thirteen pieces of theme music are used in the different series: four opening themes and nine ending themes. The Japanese production companies or the holders of the licenses in Region 1 released several soundtracks and drama CDs as well.[12][13]


OVA series

From late 1993 to early 1994, the Oh My Goddess! (ああっ女神さまっ Aa! Megami-sama?) original video animation series was produced by Anime International Company, featuring the central characters of Kosuke Fujishima's Oh My Goddess! series.[14] It is distributed by Pony Canyon in Japan and by AnimEigo in North America.[15] The storyline initially parallels the early parts of the original manga and is similar to early episodes of the later 2005 TV series; the first three episodes of the OVA cover the same story as episodes one through ten of the 2005 series. However, episodes four and five do not follow the manga or any other TV series.

The series was initially released straight to VHS between February 21, 1993 and May 17, 1994.[16][17] It was reissued twice: once on April 16, 1995[18][19] and again between May 29 and June 28, 1996.[20][21] It was also released to two DVDs on August 14 and October 9, 2001 respectively.[22][23]

Both the opening theme, "I Can't Confess My Heart, I Wanna Confirm Your Heart" (My Heart 言い出せない, Your Heart 確かめたい My Heart Iidasenai, Your Heart Tashikametai?), and the ending theme, "Congratulations!" (コングラチュレイションズ! Kongurachureishonzu!?), are sung by the Goddess Family Club.[24]

# Title Original release date
1 "Moonlight and Cherry Blossoms"   February 21, 1993[16]
Trying to phone a takeout restaurant, Keiichi Morisato, a student at the Nekomi Institute of Technology and member of the Auto Club, accidentally dials the "Goddess Helpline" and summons a goddess named Belldandy. Belldandy offers to grant him a single wish; Keiichi requests that Belldandy stay with him forever. The wish is approved, activating the "Ultimate Force," which prevents them from being separated. When they are driven out from the men-only dormitory, they search for lodgings for the night, but to no avail. Eventually, following Belldandy's lead, they reach an old temple. The next morning, Belldandy magically restores the temple to its former beauty before Keiichi awakens. Later that day, Keiichi's sister Megumi Morisato arrives and asks for a place to stay for a few days while she finds a permanent residence. The members of the Auto Club show up and a lively party takes place as the day ends. 
2 "Midsummer Night's Dream"   May 21, 1993[25]
Five months have passed since Keiichi and Belldandy began living together, but their relationship has not progressed. As summer vacation approaches, Keiichi (with prompting from Megumi) decides to take Belldandy to the ocean. While Belldandy and Megumi are shopping, Keiichi decides to watch a film that has mysteriously arrived in the mail. To Keiichi's surprise, Urd, Belldandy's elder sister, steps out of the television. They arrive at the beach and Urd reveals to Keiichi that she has secretly tagged along to help bring the couple together. However, Keiichi almost drowns after a boating accident and Urd's love potion causes Keiichi to fall in love with Sayoko Mishima by mistake. Urd's presence is revealed when Belldandy recognizes Urd's hand in the events, and a kiss from Belldandy brings Keiichi back to his senses. Urd's trip to Earth has caused problems in heaven. As punishment, she is forced to remain on Earth. She moves in with Keiichi and Belldandy. 
3 "Burning Hearts on the Road"   September 21, 1993[26]
Skuld, Belldandy's younger sister, is overworked from hunting bugs in heaven. A bored Urd continues to get in everyone's way on Earth by accidentally exploding a cake Belldandy is making and an engine Keiichi is repairing. Lonely and overworked, Skuld comes to Earth and tries to convince Belldandy to return with her. Keiichi is working hard to build a motorbike for an upcoming drag race. With Skuld's help, they complete the bike in spite of the difficulties posed by Toraichi Tamiya and Otaki Aoyama, leaders of the Auto Club. On the day of the race, Toshiyuki Aoshima, leader of a rival club, reveals that Belldandy is the prize for the race – the winning club will gain her as a member. Skuld, still hoping that Belldandy will leave Keiichi to return with her, tampers with the rival club's bike so that Keiichi cannot win. In the final race, Keiichi wins after taking the flag when the other bike's engine fails. 
4 "Evergreen Holy Night"   December 28, 1993[27]
Keiichi has a nightmare about Belldandy. He wakes up to discover the ground inside the temple covered with snow; however, the ground outside is snow-free. Skuld identifies the problem as a bug and creates a bug-catching machine, setting everything back to normal. She notes that the bugs form when Belldandy and Keiichi are too close. The Almighty notifies Belldandy that she will be recalled in three days. When the couple travels to school, they do so separately, prompting rumors that they have split up. Once Belldandy tries to get closer to Keiichi, explosions cause chaos and Belldandy flees. Megumi suggests that Keiichi buy a ring for Belldandy, and so he works part-time jobs to earn money to pay for one. Urd and Skuld identify a cherry tree near the temple as the source of the bugs, but on informing Belldandy, Belldandy becomes upset. 
5 "For the Love of Goddess"   May 17, 1994[17]
Keiichi, unable to meet directly with Belldandy, apologizes and continues to work. Despite Urd and Skuld's efforts, they cannot find a way to remove the bugs created when Belldandy and Keiichi are too close. They resort to the Ultimate Magic Circle, a forbidden magic, as a solution. Keiichi eventually earns enough to purchase the ring. The sisters complete their research of the Ultimate Magic Circle. Belldandy, crying, removes all traces of herself from the temple and begins to depart through the gate. Keiichi arrives as she is departing and Urd casts her spell, closing the gate. Keiichi and the goddesses are thrown back in the ensuing explosion and Belldandy enters Keiichi's consciousness to save him. Keiichi's memories begin to return and he realizes that Belldandy made a forbidden promise, forcing her to seal all of Keiichi's memories. When he finally wakes up, The Almighty rescinds his order for Belldandy to return and Keiichi gives her the promised ring. 

Television series

The Adventures of Mini-Goddess

The Adventures of Mini-Goddess, or, when literally translated from its original Japanese title, Ah! My Goddess: Being Small is Convenient, is a Japanese animated TV series and that had 48 episodes aired during its run from 1998 to 1999.[28] It was directed by Hiroko Kazui and Yasuhiro Matsumura and was produced by Oriental Light and Magic. It premiered as a part of the omnibus show Anime Complex on WOWOW.[2] In Region 1, it is licensed to and distributed by Geneon Entertainment, formerly known as Pioneer Entertainment.[29] The series does not follow the manga closely; instead, it describes the adventures of the miniaturized three goddesses and their rat companion Gan-chan, who live in their temple home.

In Japan, the season was released by Pony Canyon on both DVD and VHS. Six VHS tapes were released between December 18, 1998 and October 20, 1999.[30][31] Later, six DVDs were released between May 19, 1999 and October 20, 1999.[32][33] A boxed set was released to Japan on February 20, 2008.[34] For Region 1, the season was licensed to Geneon Entertainment, under the name Pioneer Entertainment.[29] They released the season to four DVD compilations, each containing 12 episodes, between February and August 2002.[35][36] Like Pony Canyon, Geneon Entertainment released a limited-edition boxed set of the DVDs on July 1, 2003.[9]

The Adventures of Mini-Goddess has two pieces of theme music, both of which are ending themes. "Call Me Darling" (デンワしてダーリン Denwa Shite Dārin?) by Yuki Ishii served as the ending theme for episodes 1–24,[37] and "XXX (Kiss Kiss Kiss)" by Splash! served as the ending theme for episodes 25–48.[38]

No. Title Original airdate
1 "Let's Tell Your Fortune"
"Uranai Shiyō yo!" (占いしようよ) 
April 6, 1998[39][40]
2 "Secret Treasure in the Attic, Part I"
"Yaneura no Hihō (Zenpen)" (屋根裏の秘宝(前編)) 
April 13, 1998[41]
3 "Secret Treasure in the Attic, Part II"
"Yaneura no Hihō (Kōhen)" (屋根裏の秘宝(後編)) 
April 20, 1998[41]
4 "Let's Fly in the Sky"
"Sora o Tobō yo" (空を飛ぼうよ) 
April 27, 1998[41]
5 "Let's Fly into Space"
"Uchū o Tobō yo" (宇宙を飛ぼうよ) 
May 11, 1998[42]
6 "Slimming Down! Go!"
"Surimu de Gō!" (スリムでGO!) 
May 18, 1998[42]
7 "Gabira, the Giant Monster – The Birth"
"Daikaijū Gabira Tanjōhen" (大怪獣ガビラ 誕生編) 
May 25, 1998[42]
8 "Gabira – The Final Battle"
"Daikaijū Gabira Kessenhen" (大怪獣ガビラ決戦編) 
June 1, 1998[42]
9 "For Whom the Bell Tolls – The Mysterious Can of Food"
"Dare ga Tame ni Kane wa Naru: Kanzume no Nazo...?" (〜誰がために鐘は鳴る〜 缶詰の謎...?) 
June 8, 1998[42]
10 "For Whom the Bell Tolls – The Secret of the Diamond"
"Dare ga Tame ni Kane wa Naru: Daiya no Himitsu" (〜誰がために鐘は鳴る〜 ダイヤの秘密) 
June 15, 1998[43]
11 "Gabira – The Strike Back"
"Daikaijū Gabira Gyakushūhen" (大怪獣ガビラ逆襲編) 
June 22, 1998[43]
12 "Let's Play Baseball"
"Yakyū Yarōze!" (野球やろうぜ!) 
June 29, 1998[43]
13 "Urd's Babysitting Adventures"
"Urudo no Komori Nikki" (ウルドの子守日記) 
July 6, 1998[43]
14 "The Proposal Scheme"
"Puropozu Daisakusen Desu da!" (プロポーズ大作戦ですだ!) 
July 13, 1998[44]
15 "Welcome, Newlyweds!"
"Shinkon-san Irasshai!! Desu da!" (新婚さんいらっしゃい!!ですだ!) 
July 20, 1998[44]
16 "Phone Me, Darling"
"Denwashite Dārin" (*電話してダーリン*) 
July 27, 1998[44]
17 "SOS in the Big Snowfield, Part One"
"Daisetsugen Esuōesu (Zenpen)" (大雪原SOS(前編)) 
August 3, 1998[44]
18 "SOS in the Big Snowfield, Part Two"
"Daisetsugen Esuōesu (Kōhen)" (大雪原SOS(後編)) 
August 10, 1998[44]
19 "Kitchen Fighters"
"Kitchin Faitā" (キッチンファイター) 
August 24, 1998[45]
20 "Gan-chan's Magnificent Days"
"Gan-chan no Karei Naru Hibi" (岩ちゃんの華麗なる日々) 
August 31, 1998[45]
21 "Ah! My Buddha"
"Aa! Hotoke-sama!" (ああっ!仏さま!) 
September 7, 1998[45]
22 "The Story of Gan-chan: Love Me to the Bone"
"Gan-chan no Hone Made Aishite" (岩ちゃんの骨まで愛して) 
September 14, 1998[46]
23 "Let's Form a Band! Side A"
"Bando Yarōze! Ei Omote" (バンドやろうぜ!A 表) 
September 21, 1998[46]
24 "Let's Form a Band! Side B"
"Bando Yarōze! Bī Omote" (バンドやろうぜ!B 表) 
September 28, 1998[46]
25 "Chu-Hard – Gan-chan's Desperate Situation"
"Chū Hādo – Gan-chan Zettai Zetsumei" (Chu-Hard - 岩ちゃん絶体絶命) 
October 5, 1998[46]
26 "Chu-Hard 2 - Descent of the Devil"
"Chū Hādo Tsū – Maō Kōrin" (Chu-Hard 2 - 魔王降臨) 
October 12, 1998[47]
27 "Pop! Goes the Urd!"
"Urudo de Pon!" (ウルドでポン!) 
October 19, 1998[47]
28 "Rainy Day"   October 26, 1998[47]
29 "Let's Meet in Our Dreams"
"Chikyū Saigo no Kessen / Yume de Aimashō" (地球最後の決戦 / 夢で逢いましょう) 
November 2, 1998[47]
30 "Female Detective Skuld's First Case... Mystery of Three Stolen Treasures: The Dangerous Trap Hidden in Steamy Smoke!"
"Onna Meitantei Sukurudo no Jikenbo Wan – Nusumareta Mittsu no Hihō no Nazo Yukemori Kakusareta Kiken na Wana!" (女名探偵スクルドの事件簿 1 盗まれた三つの秘宝の謎 湯煙に隠された危険な罠!) 
November 9, 1998[47]
31 "Goddess Love Theater – Goddess Blade"
"Megami Ai no Gekijō – Megami no Ken" (女神愛の劇場 - 女神の剣) 
November 16, 1998[48]
32 "Quick Fix Division of the Tariki Hongan Temple"
"Kochira Tariki Honganji-nai Sugu Yaru Ka" (こちら他力本願寺内 すぐやる課) 
November 30, 1998[48]
33 "Fishing Journal"
"Tsuri Basu Nisshi" (釣りバス日誌) 
December 7, 1998[48]
34 "Give Me Some Servants"
"Ware ni Shimobe o" (我にしもべを) 
December 14, 1998[49]
35 "Rules of the Ninja, Volume I"
"Shinobi no Okite Ue no Maki" (忍びの掟 上の巻) 
December 21, 1998[49]
36 "Rules of the Ninja, Volume II"
"Shinobi no Okite Shimo no Maki" (忍びの掟 下の巻) 
January 4, 1999[49]
37 "Urd vs. Urd"
"Urudo tai Urudo" (ウルド対ウルド) 
January 11, 1999[50]
38 "Gan-chan Runs for Election "Being Self-Made" Edition"
"Gan-chan Senkyo ni Tatsu Risshi Hen" (岩ちゃん選挙に立つ 立志編) 
January 18, 1999[50]
39 "Gan-chan Runs for Election "Times of Change" Edition"
"Gan-chan Senkyo ni Tatsu Fūun Hen" (岩ちゃん選挙に立つ 風雲編) 
January 25, 1999[50]
40 "Urd's Ultimate Diet"
"Urudo Kyūkyoku Daietto" (ウルド究極ダイエット) 
February 1, 1999[50]
41 "Happy Birthday, Gan-chan"
"Happī Bāsudei Gan-chan!" (ハッピーバースデイ岩ちゃん) 
February 8, 1999[50]
42 "Ah! My Average College Student"
"Aa! Heibon na Daigakusei!" (ああ!平凡な大学生!) 
February 15, 1999[51]
43 "This Happens Once in a While"
"Konna Koto mo Arunda ne" (こんなこともあるんだね) 
February 22, 1999[51]
44 "Gan-chan the Locomotive"
"Kikansha Gan-chan" (機関車岩ちゃん) 
March 1, 1999[51]
45 "The Miso Jar"
"Miso no Tsubo" (味噌の壺) 
March 8, 1999[51]
46 "Deluxe Game of Life"
"Derakkusu Jinsei Sugoroku" (DX人生すごろく) 
March 15, 1999[52]
47 "Mekimeki High School Memorial"
"Mekimeki Memoriaru" (めきめきメモリアル) 
March 22, 1999[52]
48 "What'll Happen Next?"
"Korekara Dō Naru no?" (これからどうなるの?) 
March 29, 1999[39][52]

Ah! My Goddess

The episodes of the Japanese anime television series Ah! My Goddess are directed by Hiroaki Gōda, animated by Anime International Company, and produced by Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) and Kodansha.[3][53][54] The series focuses on the beginning of the manga series, when Keiichi summons Belldandy and wishes for her to remain with him forever and uses material from the first 20 volumes of the series over 24 episodes.[55]

The season began in Japan, on TBS, on January 7, 2005, and ended on July 8, 2005.[4][5] Bandai Visual released eight DVD compilations in Japan between April and November 2005, each containing three episodes.[56][57] The two OVAs, which had not been broadcast, were released on a special DVD on December 23, 2005.[58] The English adaptation is licensed by Media Blasters, who released all 26 episodes on 6 DVD compilations between September 2005 and July 2006, to Region 1.[59][60]

Each episode uses two pieces of theme music, one opening theme and one of two closing themes. "Open Your Mind" (〜小さな羽根ひろげて〜 Chiisana Hane Hirogete?) by Yoko Ishida was used as the opening theme for every episode.[61] One through twelve and the finale, episode 24, ended with "Negai" (?, lit. Wish), also by Yoko Ishida;[61] episodes 13–23 and 25-26 closed with "Wing", by Yoko Takahashi;[62].

No. Title Original airdate[4][5]
1 "Ah! You're a Goddess?"
"Kimi wa Megami-sama?" (キミは女神さまっ?) 
January 6, 2005
2 "Ah! Those Who Believe Shall Find Salvation?"
"Aa! Shinjiru Mono wa Tsuwareru" (ああっ信じる者は救われるっ?) 
January 14, 2005
3 "Ah! Apprenticeship, Home, and the Goddess!"
"Aa! Shugyō to Wagaya to Megami-sama!" (ああっ修行と我が家と女神さまっ) 
January 21, 2005
4 "Ah! The Queen and the Goddess!"
"Aa! Joō-sama to Megami-sama!" (ああっ女王さまと女神さまっ) 
January 28, 2005
5 "Ah! Living Under One Roof Together!"
"Aa! Hitotsu Yane no Shita de!" (ああっひとつ屋根の下でっ) 
February 4, 2005
6 "Ah! A Blessing in Every Bargain?"
"Aa! Horidashimono ni Megumi Ari?" (ああっ掘り出しものに恵アリっ?) 
February 11, 2005
7 "Ah! Where to Confess One's Love!"
"Aa! Omoi Tsutaeru Bashō!" (ああっ想い伝える場所っ) 
February 18, 2005
8 "Ah! Can You Pass the Love Test With Those Low Scores!"
"Aa! Hensachi Sanjū kara no Ren'ai Juken!" (ああっ偏差値30からの恋愛受験っ) 
February 25, 2005
9 "Ah! The Queen and the Goddess's Secret!"
"Aa! Joō-sama to Megami no Himitsu!" (ああっ女王さまと女神のヒミツっ) 
March 4, 2005
10 "Ah! Can the Auto Club Triumph?"
"Aa! Jidōshabu wa Katemasu ka?" (ああっ自動車部は勝てますかっ?) 
March 11, 2005
11 "Ah! A Demon has Come and is Creating Calamity!"
"Aa! Akuma ga Kitarite Wazawai o Nasu!" (ああっ悪魔が来たりて災いを成すっ) 
March 18, 2005
12 "Ah! Compare and Contrast Goddesses and Queens?"
"Aa! Megami to Joō o Tenbin ni Kakete?" (ああっ女神と女王を天秤にかけてっ?) 
March 25, 2005
12.5 "Aa! Megami to Kōkan Nikki?" (Recap Episode)[A] (ああっ女神と交換日記っ?)  April 1, 2005[63]
13 "Ah! Who Does Big Sister Belong To?"
"Aa! Onee-sama wa Dare no Mono?" (ああっお姉さまっは誰のモノっ?) 
April 8, 2005
14 "Ah! Teaching a Lesson Called Competition!"
"Aa! Taiketsu to Iu Na no Kyōiku Jisshū!" (ああっ対決という名の教育実習っ?) 
April 15, 2005
15 "Ah! My Heart Was Stolen By a Goddess!"
"Aa! Megumi ni Kokoro Ubawarete!" (ああっ女神に心奪われてっ) 
April 22, 2005
16 "Ah! Catastrophe Arrives. An Auspicious Sign Stands?"
"Aa! Wazawai Kitarite Chabashira Tatsu?" (ああっ災い来たりて茶柱立つっ?) 
April 29, 2005
17 "Ah! What Are Ability and Effort?"
"Aa! Sainō to Doryoku tte, Nan Desu ka?" (ああっ才能と努力って何ですかっ?) 
May 6, 2005
18 "Ah! Confess Your Feelings Under the Moon?"
"Aa! Unmei no Kokuhaku wa Tsuki no Shita de?" (ああっ運命の告白は月の下でっ?) 
May 13, 2005
19 "Ah! Don't Look At Me Like That?"
"Aa! Sonna Hitomi de Mitsumenaide?" (ああっそんな瞳でみつめないでっ?) 
May 20, 2005
20 "Ah! Save the Goddess, If You're a Man!?"
"Aa! Megami o Sukue! Otoko Nara!?" (ああっ女神を救えっオトコならっ?) 
May 27, 2005
21 "Ah! The One I Yearn For Is A White-Winged Angel!"
"Aa! Akogare wa Shiroi Tsubasa no Tenshi!" (ああっ憧れは白い翼の天使っ) 
June 3, 2005
22 "Ah! A Devil's Whisper, Along With A Pot?"
"Aa! Akuma no Sasayaki wa Tsubo to Tomo ni?" (ああっ悪魔のささやきは壺と共にっ?) 
June 17, 2005
23 "Ah! The Savior, Together With the Sound of a Flute?"
"Aa! Kyūseishu wa Fue no Oto to Tomo Ni?" (ああっ救世主は笛の音と共にっ?) 
June 24, 2005
24 "Ah! Always With You?"
"Aa! Itsumo Kimi to Tomo ni?" (ああっいつもキミと共にっ?) 
July 8, 2005
25 "Ah! Urd's Small Love Story?"
"Aa? Urudo no Chiisana Koi Monogatari?" (ああっウルドの小さな恋物語っ) 
December 23, 2005 (OVA)
September 22, 2006 (TV)
26 "Ah! Being an Adult is Heart-Throbbing?"
"Aa! Doki Doki wa Otona no Aji?" (ああっドキドキは大人の味っ?) 
December 23, 2005 (OVA)
September 29, 2006 (TV)

Ah! My Goddess: Flights of Fancy

The episodes of the Japanese anime television series Ah! My Goddess: Everyone Has Wings, officially named Ah! My Goddess: Flights of Fancy in North America, are directed by Hiroaki Gōda, animated by Anime International Company, and produced by TBS and Kodansha.[3][53][54] Like its predecessor, the anime does not follow the manga chronologically.[64] The plot follows the adventures of Keiichi and Belldandy in the aftermath of the Lord of Terror fiasco.

It premiered on TBS on April 6, 2006 and concluded on September 14, 2006, continuing the storyline from season one.[65] Season two concluded with episode 22, although the Japanese and North American DVD releases include episodes 23 and 24. It was released to DVD in Japan between July 2006 and February 2007 by Bandai Visual.[66][67] Media Blasters, who released the first season, declined to produce this season; it was licensed to ADV Films instead.[68] ADV Films released the season on six DVD compilations, each containing four episodes, between May and March 2007.[69][70] The rights were then transferred to Funimation, who released a boxed set on November 25, 2007.[71]

The episodes featured three pieces of theme music: one opening theme and two closing themes. "Color of Happiness" (幸せのいろ Shiawase no Iro?) by Yoko Ishida served as the opening theme song.[72] For episodes 1–11, "Our Miracle" (僕らのキセキ Bokura no Kiseki?), also by Yoko Ishida, served as the ending,[73][74] and episodes 12–24 ended with "Koibito Doshi" (恋人同士?, lit. "Lovers") by Jyukai.[75][76]

No. Title Original airdate[65]
1 "Ah! I Wish...Once More!"
"Aa! Negai yo, Mō Ichido!" (ああっ願いよ もう一度っ) 
April 6, 2006
2 "Ah! The Beleaguered Queen of Vengeance!"
"Aa! Nayameru Fukushū no Joō-sama?" (ああっ悩める復讐の女王さまっ) 
April 13, 2006
3 "Ah! I Offer These Feelings on Christmas Eve!"
"Aa! Seiya ni Sasageru Kono Omoi!" (ああっ聖夜に捧げるこの想いっ!) 
April 20, 2006
4 "Ah! I Want To Fill The World With Happiness!"
"Aa! Sekai o Sachi de Mitashitai?" (ああっ世界を幸で満たしたいっ) 
April 27, 2006
5 "Ah! Well-Matched Vibes of Love!"
"Aa! Hikare Au Koi no Hachō?" (ああっ惹かれあう恋の波長っ) 
May 4, 2006
6 "Ah! Is That Jealousy?!"
"Aa! Sorette Shitto!?" (ああっそれって嫉妬っ!?) 
May 11, 2006
7 "Ah! I Shall Grant Your Wish!"
"Aa! Anata no Nozomi Kanaemasuwa!" (ああっ貴方の望み叶えますわっ) 
May 18, 2006
8 "Ah! I Want to Be of Use to You!"
"Aa! Anata no Yaku ni Tachitakute!" (ああっあなたの役に立ちたくてっ) 
May 25, 2006
9 "Ah! The Goddesses Go Head to Head on a Date!"
"Aa! Megami wa Dēto de Shōbu!" (ああっ女神はデートで勝負っ) 
June 1, 2006
10 "Ah! I Just Can't Say It!"
"Aa! Sono Hitokoto ga Ienakute!" (ああっそのひとことが言えなくてっ) 
June 8, 2006
11 "Ah! Grasp Your Dream With Your Own Hands!"
"Aa! Sono Te de Yume o Tsukamaete!" (ああっその手で夢をつかまえてっ) 
June 15, 2006
12 "Ah! A Goddess's Tears and His Dream!"
"Aa! Megami no Namida to Kare no Yume!" (ああっ女神の涙と彼の夢っ) 
June 22, 2006
13 "Ah! Let Those Feelings Awaken!"
"Aa! Mezamete?! Sono Kimochi!" (ああっ目覚めてっ!その気持ちっ) 
June 29, 2006
14 "Ah! My Darling Cupid!"
"Aa! Itoshiki Watashi no Kyūpitto?" (ああっ愛しき私のキューピットっ) 
July 6, 2006
15 "Ah! I'm Half Goddess, Half Demon?!"
"Aa! Megami to Akuma no Watashi?" (ああっ女神と悪魔の私っ?) 
July 13, 2006
16 "Ah! Shimmer Without Fear of the Darkness!"
"Aa! Yami o Osorezu Kagayaite?" (ああっ闇を恐れず輝いてっ) 
July 20, 2006
17 "Ah! The Chair of Demonkind Descends!"
"Aa! Daimakaichō-sama Kōrin?" (ああっ大魔界長さまっ降臨っ) 
July 27, 2006
18 "Ah! Do Demons Have Any Dignity?!"
"Aa! Mazoku no Ishin wa Arimasu ka?" (ああっ魔属の威信はありますかっ?) 
August 3, 2006
19 "Ah! The Love of a Goddess Saves!"
"Aa! Megami no Ai wa Shinobi o sukuu!" (ああっ女神の愛はシノビを救うっ) 
August 10, 2006
20 "Ah! It Doesn't Matter Where, So Long as We're Together!"
"Aa! Donna Bashō de mo Futari Nara!" (ああっどんな場所でも二人ならっ) 
August 31, 2006
21 "Ah! Would It Be Okay If I Were a Demon?!"
"Aa! Watashi ga Mazoku demo Ii Desu ka?" (ああっ私が魔属でもいいですかっ?) 
September 7, 2006
22 "Ah! The Goddess's Confession!"
"Aa! Megami no Kokuhaku?" (ああっ女神の告白っ) 
September 14, 2006
23 "Ah! Everyone Has a Destiny!"
"Aa! Sorezore no Unmei" (ああっそれぞれの運命っ) 
February 23, 2007
24 "Ah! The Song of Love That Shakes the Heart!"
"Aa! Suki wa Kokoro o Yusaburu Uta" (ああっ好きは心を揺さぶる歌っ) 
February 23, 2007

Ah! My Goddess: Fighting Wings

Ah! My Goddess: Fighting Wings by Aya Yanagi is a two-episode special that commemorates the 20th anniversary of the original publication of Oh My Goddess!.[77] It was directed by Hiroaki Gōda, animated by Anime International Company, and produced by TBS and Kodansha.[6][53] The episodes aired on December 8, 2007. Bandai Visual released the episodes to a single DVD in Japan on February 22, 2008.[78] The episodes, however, have yet to be licensed and released to Region 1.

Both the opening theme, "Ai no Hoshi" (愛の星?, "Star of Love"), and the closing theme, "Hanamuke no Melody" (ハナムケのメロディー Hanamuke no Merodī?, "Farewell Gift Melody"), are played by Jyukai.[79]

# Title Original airdate[6]
1 "Ah! The One-Winged Angel Descends!"
"Aa! Katayoku no Tenshi Kōrin!" (ああっ片翼の天使降臨っ) 
December 8, 2007
A dark force causes several angels to collapse. Lind attacks it, resulting in an explosion. On Earth, Belldandy, Peorth, and Urd have a tea party with their angels. Lind, the legendary Valkyrie, arrives and declares a state of emergency. The Angel Eater has escaped, forcing Lind to investigate the temple thoroughly. Urd and Peorth are both attacked and incapacitated when they lose their angels. Lind, reminiscing about her past failures and her warlike nature, is comforted by Belldandy. Belldandy agrees to act as a lure for the Angel Eater while Lind stands guard, but once Lind loses consciousness and Belldandy is attacked, Lind realizes that the Angel Eater is within herself. Hild appears and reveals her plan to force devils into goddesses by consuming their angels and replacing them, turning them into demonesses. 
2 "Ah! Two of Us, Together in Joy!"
"Aa! Yorokobi o Futari de Tomo ni!" (ああっ悦びを二人で共にっ) 
December 8, 2007
Lind rushes outside to save Keiichi and Skuld but discovers that they have easily captured Marller. The Angel Eater's attack, however, forces Lind, Skuld, and Keiichi to retreat. They devise a plan to defeat Hild, despite Skuld's protests. Hild interrupts them and attacks, forcing Skuld to summon her angel. However, the Angel Eater draws Skuld's angel toward her, and Keiichi summons one of Lind's angels to catch Hild in a trap. Hild reveals Belldandy, who has been converted into a demoness and now holds a devil. Lind, Skuld, and Keiichi can defend themselves against Belldandy, but Belldandy converts the devil into an angel. Lind, inspired by Keiichi, starts to duel against Hild, but Hild loses control of the Angel Eater, so Hild and Marller run away. As Lind begins to lose faith in her own ability to defeat the Angel Eater, Belldandy inspires her to continue. With Belldandy's urging and support, Lind summons both of her angels at once and easily defeats the Angel Eater. After rebuilding the destroyed temple and exchanging parting words, Lind returns to Heaven. 


A. ^ Episode 12.5 was not included in the English DVD releases and consequently has no official U.S. title. In addition, the episode is not officially numbered but was aired between episodes 12 and 13.[63]


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