Weekly Review: Heaven’s Lost Property

“Peace and quiet are the best.” These are the words that Tomoki lives by. He is your average teenage boy, doing average teenage boy things. Of course, he is a bit of a pervert, but who could blame his poor raging hormones. Our story revolves around his daily life, exciting right? Well there is the childhood friend that lives across the street that has a habit of karate chopping him across the head whenever he performs one of his perverted acts. That’s always entertaining. Then there is the weird, pseudo-scientist that goes by the name of Eishiro. He’s a bit of an odd ball; he actually begins every episode with a kind of history lesson, then goes on to some bit about the “New World.” Oh yeah, the “New World” is his absolute obsession. Last, but certainly not least, we have Mikako. She is the student body class president, completely sadistic, and her family is practically the mob. That makes up about half our main characters.

The story actually starts one night when Tomoki was supposed to meet up with Eishiro to check out a weird formation in the sky that was supposed to be passing by their town. Instead, Tomoki is there alone whenever he receives a warning phone call from Eishiro to get the heck out of there! The weird formation centers over Tomoki and it a bit of a light show, something quite interesting happens. Tomoki finds, at the bottom of a huge hole, mind you, a beautiful, angelic humanoid named Ikaros. She insists that she is something called a “Pet-Type Angeloid” and that Tomoki is now her master. She will do anything he requires and can grant him any wish, and she has big boobs.

So now we have a perverted teenage boy with a beautiful humanoid that will grant him any wish he desires, pretty solid. Of course his first wishes are incredibly stupid, at least from our point of view. As a result of one of his wishes, for example, he ends up running around the entire town naked. Then he accidentally wishes that everyone was dead and gone. It’s cool though, because he then wishes that it’s all a dream and that nullifies the whole, everyone being dead thing.

From here on, I will let you discover the story. You pretty much get acts of randomness, followed by the appearance of more humanoid, and then more randomness. Take Ikaros, she is a very peculiar character, then randomly goes all bad ass, then back to… peculiar. The other humanoids that make their way down to our characters are just as interesting.

As a whole, this anime is okay. It is more for a good laugh than an in depth story line. If you are looking for a good story, keep moving, but if a good chuckle is your thing, give it a go. The character’s dialogue, especially Tomoki’s is unfiltered, meaning he talks like pretty much any teenage boy. This can make for some funny scenes and interactions with all of the other characters.