Sora no Otoshimono


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Sora no Otoshimono (そらのおとしもの), also known as Heaven's Lost Property, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Suu Minazuki.

Sora no Otoshimono began monthly serialization in the May 2007 issue of manga magazine Shōnen Ace. The first tankōbon was released by Kadokawa Shoten on September 26, 2007, with a total of fourteen volumes released as of March 26, 2012. An anime adaptation produced by AIC aired in Japan between October and December 2009,[1] and a second season aired between October and December 2010. An anime film was released on June 25, 2011. A third anime season will air in 2012. The anime is licensed in North America by Funimation Entertainment, who released the first series in 2011 with the second series and film slated to follow in 2012.


Tomoki Sakurai is a young (perverted) man whose motto is "Peace and quiet is the best", but he finds it difficult when he has to put up with his next door neighbor with a killer karate chop, Sohara Mitsuki; Eishiro Sugata, an eccentric pseudo-scientist bent on discovering the "New World"; and Mikako Satsukitane, a borderline sadist with a mafia background. One day, while he was witnessing a strange anomaly in the sky, a UMA (Unidentified Mysterious Animal) falls from it. What falls from the sky is an Angeloid named Ikaros, who soon becomes Tomoki's servant. From then on, more Angeloids come to him, and with this, he finds himself struggling for his peace and quiet, but at the same time finds pleasant things the Angeloids bring him.

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  1. "Sora no Otoshimono Manga Has Anime in Development". Anime News Network. January 23, 2009. Retrieved January 24, 2009. 

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