Oh My Goddess!, Volume 7
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Oh My Goddess!, Volume 7 (Oh My Goddess! #7)

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Keiichi Morisato is spending an evening alone in his dorm room when he misdials his take-out order and gets the goddess Belldandy instead. When she offers to grant him a wish, he asks her to stay with him always! The story quickly explodes into a fantastic romance comedy with a huge cast of wonderful characters. Oh My Goddess! has proved to be a favorite with manga fans ev...more
Paperback, 178 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Dark Horse Comics (first published 1992)
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Nathan Herald
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The central network Yggdrasil has been destroyed, and the goddesses are facing some real problems. Apparently, Yggdrasil keeps Belldandy, Skuld, and Urd 'powered up' as it were, allowing them to remain their proper ages. Now, with their power out of whack, their natures are catching up with them (Skuld represents the past, Belldandy the present, and Urd the future). With Skuld regressing, Urd growing older by the day, and Belldandy in a perpetual sleep, it's up to Keiichi to sol...more
Starbubbles
Really cute, but it makes me wish I understood engineering better. I have to say that I'm really curious about where Keiichi got the money to keep making the moon bracelets. I thought titanium wasn't cheap. Oh well, what do I know about metals? Maybe it's common left-overs from all of the other engineering projects. I don't know why I'm choosing to question this; I mean there are three goddesses with magical powers running around here. I don't think that I have my questioning priorities straight...more
Alejandro
The battle against the Lord of Terror is over but there are repercussions, since now the three goddesses aren't in contact with the main system so they can't recharge their powers vital not only for their feats but also for their survival. Between all that, they will find fun situations and romance. Highly recommend.
Heather
This volume was great--from Belldandy's adorable sweater-knitting to Senbei, summoned by Mara to cause unhappiness.
Piper
I bought it for the art.
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Kōsuke Fujishima (藤島 康介, born July 7, 1964) is a Japanese manga artist.

Born in Chiba, Japan, he first came to public attention as an editor of Puff magazine, his first job after completing high school. Fujishima originally intended to be a draftsman, but took the editorial role after failing to get a drafting apprenticeship. He later became assistant to manga artist Tatsuya Egawa in the production...more
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