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The original OVA Tenchi Muyo! (1992) scored such a big hit on both sides of the Pacific, the characters were soon translated to the big screen. All three features have a darker tone than the OVA and broadcast series, although the characters remain true to their established personalities. Tenchi Muyo in Love (1996) pits the familiar gang against escaped criminal Kain. He hopes to strike the Masaki family because of their ties to the royal house of Jurai. Capable of moving through time and space, he plots to kill Tenchi's mother Achika before she marries his father. Scientific genius Wasshu transports Tenchi, Ayeka, Sasami, Ryoko, Mihoshi, and Kiyone back to 1970 to defend her. Tenchi's feelings for his mother, who died while he was an infant, give the final confrontation with Kain an unexpected poignance. The Daughter of Darkness (1997) opens on a peaceful summer afternoon at the Masaki home in Okayama; then a mysterious girl appears and calls Tenchi "Daddy." Mayuka was created by the demon Yuzuha, the embodiment of the Tree of Darkness. She fell in love with Yosho, Tenchi's grandfather, when he was a child on Jurai. After centuries of nursing her hatred, she plans to attack Yosho through Tenchi. To defeat her, Tenchi uses his Jurai powers, cleaving the demon in two with the Lighthawk Sword. In Tenchi Forever (sometimes called Tenchi in Love 2, 1999), the title character gets fed up with the endless bickering between Ayeka and Ryoko, goes for a walk in the hills--and vanishes. Haruna, a mysterious girl linked to an ancient camellia bush, has taken him to a parallel world, where he lives a seemingly normal life as a long-haired art student. But he's troubled by headaches and the images of Ryoko that turn up in his drawings. It's interesting to see a slightly older Tenchi, who has a more mature relationship with the eerily beautiful Haruna. But Tenchi fans will miss the endearing silliness that gives the main adventures much of their appeal. This reissued collection comes with a small art booklet. (Rated TV MA: brief nudity, cartoon violence, mild sexual situations) --Charles Solomon