Mutsumi Gorou is one unlucky young man. When he was a little kid, each of his pets died from different tragic causes. Even until now, he can't seem to find the right job. The only job he had was one with a company which eventually went out of business. One day, a mysterious fortune teller called him and told him that he is definitely surrounded by bad luck. The fortune teller then gave him a cell phone, and then said that perhaps Mutsumi's luck will improve. The magical cell phone awakens all of his pets that he owned when he was a little kid, one by one, in the form of beautiful young girls.

Angel Tales - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2001-10-04

Angel Tales - Aya Hirano - Netflix

Aya Hirano (平野 綾, Hirano Aya, born October 8, 1987) is a Japanese voice actress and singer who has had roles in several anime, visual novels, and TV commercials in Japan. Beginning in the entertainment industry as a child actor performing in television commercials, she played her first voice acting role in 2001 with the anime television series Angel Tales. She was formerly contracted to Space Craft Produce, a branch of the Space Craft Group, for her voice acting career, and for her singing career, she was signed under Lantis. She released her first single “Breakthrough” in 2006, and she released her first album Riot Girl in 2008. She left both Space Craft and Lantis in 2011. Hirano moved to the voice acting agency Grick in August 2011, and into Universal Sigma in 2012. Hirano is known for her roles as Haruhi Suzumiya in the Haruhi Suzumiya franchise, Misa Amane in Death Note, Konata Izumi in Lucky Star, and Lucy Heartfilia in Fairy Tail. She won the Best Newcomer Award at the 1st Seiyu Awards in 2007, and won the Best Lead Actress award at the 2nd Seiyu Awards in 2008. In 2011, she temporarily ceased accepting new roles to recover from a pituary gland tumor that had been affecting her health. She resumed voice acting activities later that year. In 2016, after appearing at a stage play in Tokyo, she went to New York to study abroad for four months.

Angel Tales - Music career - Netflix

Hirano's music career began as part of the band SpringS, which was active from 2002 to 2003. She then released two character image songs in 2005: “Kimi Kara Onegai My Saint” (キミからお願い★my saint), which was used as an ending theme to the original video animation Itsudatte My Santa!, and "Futari no Imi (二人の意味), which was an image song for her character Mamori Anezaki in the anime series Eyeshield 21. Hirano's first solo single under the record label Lantis was “Breakthrough (Aya Hirano song)”, which was released on March 8, 2006; the title track was used as the opening theme to the visual novel Finalist. Her next single was “Bōken Desho Desho?” (冒険でしょでしょ?, It's an Adventure, Right Right?), which was released on April 26, 2006; the title track is used as the opening theme to The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. The CD sold out in Japan the very day it was released. This was followed by the release of an image song single for her character Haruhi Suzumiya on July 5, 2006, which contained the songs “Parallel Days” (パラレル Days) and “SOS nara Daijōbu” (SOS ならだいじょーぶ). Her third single “Ashita no Prism” (明日のプリズム) was released on September 18, 2006. Hirano released her fourth single “Love Gun” on October 22, 2007. This was followed by her fifth single “Neophilia” which was released on November 19, 2007, and her sixth single “MonStAR” which was released on December 17, 2007. Hirano released her seventh single “Unnamed World” on May 5, 2008; the title track was used as the ending theme to the anime series Nijū Mensō no Musume. This was followed by the release of her first solo album Riot Girl on July 16, 2008. She then released the song “Namida” (涙 NAMIDA ナミダ) was released on October 20, 2008, which was used as the ending theme to the anime series Hyakko. Hirano released her eighth single “Set me free / Sing a song!” on May 11, 2009. She then released her ninth single “Super Driver” on August 3, 2009; the title track is used as the opening theme to the second season of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. Her second album Speed Star (スピード☆スター) was released on November 30, 2009. Her tenth single “Hysteric Barbie” was released on July 5, 2010. To promote the single, she created a Twitter account which was originally intended to be only used for one day; however, she would continue to use the account after the promotion had ended. In May 2011, Hirano released a compilation album titled Aya Museum. Later that month, she announced via Twitter that she was no longer performing music for Lantis and had discontinued her music career until further notice. She returned to music in 2012 and was signed to the record label Universal Sigma. Her first release on the label was the mini album Fragments on May 23, 2012. This was followed the song “Zutto Kitto” (ずっと きっと) which was released on August 27, 2012; the title track is used as the ending theme to the anime film Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess. In 2013, Hirano released two singles: “TOxxxIC” which was released on February 20, and “Promise” which was released on October 21; “Promise” was used as an insert song in the documentary film Kitakitsune Monogatari: Ashita e. She released her fourth album Vivid on March 3, 2014.

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