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Anime Angel

Users possess the traits, attributes, characteristics and/or abilities of angels, a being connected to and serving Higher Powers. They achieve this either through full or partial transformation into angels, choosing to mimic certain aspects of angelic beings, or simply already being an angel in the first place. Most commonly angels simply manifest wings, an inner glow, and/or a halo, which is the usual form of which angels are imagined, but several kinds of angels are far less humanoid, some ranging from strange to surreal.

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Physical Angels aren't necessarily solid matter, but they are material/energy beings with relatively defined/stable form and often at least somewhat human-like mind. Most users that aren't originally of angelic stock have this variation. Note that angels of this group aren't necessarily any weaker than those of the other groups, they are simply more "solid" in mind and body.

Ethereal Angels are often both the most powerful and ancient angels, in some ways closer to sentient concepts than anything else. As such, relating to them in any way is most likely impossible.

Angels are some of the most popular and beloved beings in the anime world. Anime fans could meet these powerful creatures while watching some of the best supernatural anime shows. While angels are supposed to be kind and sweet not all anime angels fit this description.

Angels have some of the most unique powers in anime and they don't always use them for good. Thanks to these angels and anime angeloids fans could get lost in some of the most interesting and twisty anime stories while meeting scary, heroic, mischievous, and hilarious anime angels who turned these shows into some of the most iconic ones of all time.

High School DxD is one of the best harem anime and Irina Shidou is the most beloved angel in the series. She was a young human girl but became a reincarnated angel thanks to Michael the archangel. Irina is a powerful angel who is also the fourth bride of the show's protagonist, Issei.

She's one of the most popular and cheerful anime angels who strictly follows God's teachings but can also kick ass when the situation requires her. Irina is also one of the strongest anime angels who not only have superhuman speed and angelic light powers but is a skilled sword fighter and magician.

Even though Ikaros is not a biblical type of angel she is one of the most popular anime angels with similar powers and looks to traditional angels. While she might have a sweet and cute look she's actually one of the most powerful Alpha Angeloids in the series with deadly battle forms who can also grant any kind of wish thanks to her magical transport cards.

Dokuro Mitsukai is Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan's iconic anime angel who is also one of the most violent Tsundere anime characters of all time. She's a powerful angel assassin who wields a magical and terrifying spiked club called the Excalibolg.

Dokuro was also one of the most mischievous angels who tried to stop Sakura from achieving immortality. She uses her powers and Excalibolg when irritated or doesn't like something and because of her superhuman strength she often takes things a bit too far. However, she's also capable of bringing humans back to life or turning them into animals, or simply erasing anyone altogether.

Apos is Daughters of Mnemosyne's dark and devious angel who is also the most iconic intersex anime angel of all time. This charismatic immortal angel is one of the most powerful beings in the series who can not only easily kill both humans and other angels but finds great pleasure in doing so.

This tech noir horror anime is one of the darkest anime that parodies the damsel in distress trope with an intense and unique story. Apos is one of its most terrifying but intriguing characters who has a deeply sadistic nature but is highly intelligent and loves to torture others in all kinds of creative ways.

Whis is the powerful guide angel attendant of the Dragon Ball universe who is Universe 7's strongest and most polite being. He's also Beerus' always calm martial arts teacher who doesn't really care much about humans. However, he does love Earth food and showed more interest in dishes than human life.

Panty and Stocking are the two potty-mouthed angels of Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt. The two angels were thrown out of Heaven for being bad, but they were having their best time on Earth. These fun ghost-hunter angels are both powerful and unique characters who quickly became two of the most iconic anime angels ever created.

Eternal Sailor Moon is one of Usagi's most powerful forms in the Sailor Moon universe. After combining the powers with the other Sailor Guardians Usagi transformed into a magical warrior angel with white wings and a white staff with a crystal.

As Eternal Sailor Moon, Usagi has intense damaging powers as well as healing abilities. She's also able to teleport and even has reality-warping abilities. Thanks to the Silver Moon Crystal Power she would easily defeat all supernatural foes. While Eternal Sailor Moon is not a biblical type of angel she's certainly one of the most iconic and well-known anime angels of all time.

Emi Yusa is The Devil is a Part-Timer! fan-favorite angel. She's actually a half-angel half-human hybrid and is one of the few angels who can wield the sacred sword. She was an immensely powerful and courageous angel Hero who defeated the Devil King.

Angel Beats! is a 13-episode Japanese anime television series produced by P.A. Works and Aniplex and directed by Seiji Kishi. The story was originally conceived by Jun Maeda, who also wrote the screenplay and composed the music with the group Anant-Garde Eyes, with original character design by Na-Ga; both Maeda and Na-Ga are from the visual novel brand Key, who produced such titles as Kanon, Air, and Clannad. The anime aired in Japan between April 3 and June 26, 2010 on CBC. An original video animation (OVA) episode was released in December 2010, and a second OVA was released in June 2015. The story takes place in the afterlife and focuses on Otonashi, a boy who lost his memories of his life after dying. He is enrolled into the afterlife school and meets a girl named Yuri who invites him to join the Afterlife Battlefront, an organization she leads which fights against the student council president Kanade Tachibana, a girl also known as Angel with supernatural powers.

Angel Beats! received generally positive reviews by critics. The integration of various individual elements together, such as musical performances, humor and action, was commended in one review but panned in another, saying that the story was overloaded with too many elements. P.A. Works was praised for the animation of the action sequences and attention to detail with the weapons used. A major flaw noted by critics, however, was the length of the anime, with its short run leaving many of the characters' back-stories unexplored. The anime was selected as a recommended work by the awards jury of the 14th Japan Media Arts Festival in 2010.

The original creators of Angel Beats!, Jun Maeda and Na-Ga of Key, were interviewed in the July 2009 issue of ASCII Media Works' Dengeki G's Magazine. Around the time Key completed the first release of their sixth visual novel Little Busters!, Yōsuke Toba of Aniplex (himself a fan of Key's works) approached Maeda around October 2007 about collaborating to produce an original anime series. Maeda began meeting with Toba and Aniplex on a monthly basis and the story started to gradually progress. Aniplex wanted Maeda to write a screenplay that would be very "Key-like, with touching moments of laughter and tears," but initially Maeda found himself at a loss to write a story more amusing than Little Busters!, because he thought that he had reached a limit with Little Busters! in regards to a "Key-like story". However, one day Maeda was struck by inspiration, where he thought up the initial idea of a story set in the afterlife. Furthermore, with everyone already dead, Maeda conceived of flashy battles where the combatants go all out without fear of death. According to Maeda, the theme of the series is "life", which in Angel Beats! is depicted as a precious and wonderful thing, despite the characters in Angel Beats! who fight against their fate.[33]

The Aniplex producer of Angel Beats!, Yōsuke Toba, was interviewed in the November 2009 issue of Dengeki G's Magazine, where he commented that a 13-episode anime with about 21 minutes per episode was not enough to tell the whole story of Angel Beats! Maeda had envisioned. Therefore, the various additional media, such as the illustrated short stories and manga, contain some of the story that was unable to make it into the anime because of time constraints. Toba wanted fans of the series to be able to enjoy it to the fullest by exploring all of the media types.[35] Maeda found it tiring to go back and forth between Osaka and Tokyo for business meetings when he was in the process of writing the script, and found it difficult to write an entire script by himself, since he had never done that before with any of the games he produced as a member of Key. It was only after the script was done that Maeda was able to work on the music, which he greatly enjoyed and never tired of it. Maeda composed about 15 songs for Girls Dead Monster and spent about two days each composing each song. He made sure to create songs for Girls Dead Monster that high school girls would compose, including the lyrics. Due to this, Maeda pointed out that the opening and ending theme songs for Angel Beats!, which Maeda also composed, sound like they were composed by a different person compared to the Girls Dead Monster songs.[36]

Kishi specifically requested that sound and music director Satoki Iida work on the project, who also helped with the proofreading of the script due to Maeda's fixation on the music production.[35] Iida was interviewed in the April 2010 issue of Dengeki G's Magazine, where it was stated that Maeda and the group Anant-Garde Eyes received Iida's approval to employ a minimalist approach to the background music (BGM) used throughout the anime. Iida admitted that it was uncustomary to use this music genre in anime and that he had to go through various trials and errors with Maeda and Anant-Garde Eyes to get the music right. Maeda and Anant-Garde Eyes strove to create individual quality music tracks, while Iida pursued the goal of having music that would be useful as BGM tracks, which caused problems during the creation process. Iida realized that it was important for the music and the visuals to combine together to create a synchronization between the two.[38] Toba first took notice of Angel Beats! character designer and chief animator Katsuzō Hirata during the production of Gurren Lagann (2007) with his skill as an artist and ability to finish work quickly, but thoroughly. It was after Toba saw Hirata's work as chief animator of Strike Witches (2008), however, that he pursued Hirata to join the Angel Beats! staff; Maeda also gave his seal of approval for Hirata.[35] 041b061a72


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