- Dragonball Z s2
- Kamisama Kiss
Release date: 2004-03-30
Suggested retail price: $29.98
Age rating: 12+
Noelle is trying her hardest to become an angel for her "husband" Yuusuke. Even when she and her family take over his house and things get crazy, Yuusuke just can't leave Noelle on her own. The Monster World Agent, Miruru, does this and that to pull those two apart.
Step 6 - "Wings of the Heart, Stuff Like That"
Angels can fly, so Noelle gets carried away with her flying practices. Mikael hints mysteriously that "To smile is what is important," but Noelle doesn't have a clue to what it means. Then, the sight of Natsumi high diving catches her eye. She gets so excited by the beauty of it that she tries to get Natsumi to teach her how to dive.
Step 7-"A Bond that's Really Strong"
Yuusuke receives a package at his house. Inside, they find a girl-squid claiming to be Noelle. The somewhat confused family takes the girl squid in. But, it turns out that she was an agent sent by Miruru! Their goal is to separate Noelle from her family. In order to get Noelle to leave her family, the girl squid approaches Noelle while Miruru approaches Yuusuke. What does Miruru have in mind anyway!
Step 8-"I Wanna See You, but it Hurts"
Once again Lucca comes up with a crazy invention. Its name is Hyper Tengu Robo. It's a huge robot that's controlled by wearing a suit. Wanting to try it out, the entire family fights over the control suit. But in the end, it falls into Noelle's hands. While she absorbs herself into her training, the Daruma tank's wife appears. Having her husband defeated in Step 1, she comes to Noelle burning with vengeance.
Step 9-"No Doesn't Always Mean No"
Since Noelle and Yuusuke are living together, they might as well be married. So let's just get things going! Noelle's family get hyped up to advance the two's relationship. However, Grandmother alone is against it saying, "A human husband will only lead to unhappiness." Papa takes care of Grandmother and continues with the marriage plans. Grandmother gets furious and cooperates with Miruru to teach them a lesson, but things get a little out of hand.
DVD Features: translation notes, reversible cover.
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English Subtitles.
(added on 2003-01-08)