When Planet Earth is destroyed in a Nuclear Holocaust, the Goddesses and the Nekomi Gang are forced to relocate to the futuristic world of Planet Belldandy, where they find themselves battling a terrorist group called The Individual Me's alongside Everybody's Favorite Public Access Time Lord, Doctor What.
Kevin from the Other Dimension
Ah My Goddess was a Beautiful Lie... Bad Goddess is the Ugly Hilarious Truth... Witness Kodansha's Worst Nightmare Come Alive in...
9 February 2017 (USA)
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Ah! My Goddess: Marller Gets a Spinoff
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Aspect Ratio: 16 : 9
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Kevin claims that he sent his crossover tribute episode Bad Goddess Let's Get a Pizza to director Ralph Bakshi's facebook page. The response was "Congratulations, Good Work." Bear in mind, Bakshi may have just been telling him what he wanted to hear, or it could've been his webmaster. See more
In The Keys of Marinus Serial, Otaki has a line of dialogue where he asks why Tamiya isn't coming on their quest with him. The title cards accidentally got switched around and partially deleted during that moment. Once again, Kevin left his mistake alone for comedic purposes. See more
Time can heal a lot of things, but unfortunately, Rape isn't one of them... no, that's not right, only Faith can do that. Not just Faith in God, but the Faith and support of your friends. It's highly unfortunate that so many cries for help go unheard, that so many voices are silenced in the name of legally protecting one's ass, and that sometimes some crimes will always go unpunished due to a lack of evidence. I don't have the solution to this problem. I don't know what to do. I'm sorry to say ...
"It is definitely NOT for children. If you are a parent and you let your kids watch this... shame on you." The show features Foul Language and Adult Subject Matter that would earn it a Hard R-Rating. There is NO Nudity featured on the show out of fear that Kevin's daughter might have ended up watching it if he did. The only episode that features nudity is Marller Gets a Spinoff: Before the Firefight because of "The Major" character from Ghost in the Shell. See more
Director Kevin Neece cut the first three scenes from The Pilot Movie (aka The Intervention), as he felt his inclusion as the public access narrator drove the viewers away from the entire series under the mistaken impression that he was going to intercut himself into the story every other shot for the entire show. In reality, it was just the first three scenes of that episode, then he disappears. Kevin's fear wasn't that people didn't like the show, it was that the viewers were bailing on the first episode without giving the rest of the series a chance (more so to the point that the first three episodes were really a 1 hr 40 min pilot movie broken into three parts, and they weren't checking back on the next two episodes to the "finish the movie"). As he realized that the story didn't really begin until the conversation in the Bar, and that the first three scenes where just comedy skits that were thematically unconnected to the actual plot, he let them go. The Uncut Version of The Intervention episode is featured on the Archive.org release. See more