4ever is a music video special that runs about thirty minutes and features some new animation, sketches, and animation from the first three OVAs set to songs inspired or for the series. Subtitles in English and Japanese are available, and while most of the songs were quite good, several featured some incredibly weird lyrics – even for an anime series.
In OVA 5, Yohko must battle Tokima, a powerful demon who controls the space/time continuum. Each generation of devil hunters has had to face him, starting with her great-ancestor, Haruka, and every battle has taken away a portion of his power. Through manipulation, however, Tokima is able to regain his strength, and now Yohko must face him…but fortunately, she's got help.
In OVA 6, Yohko is challenged to a fight for the mantle of devil hunter by her newly discovered identical cousin, Ayako. But when they're interrupted by a demon, they must put aside their differences and work together to slay the beast.
While I still feel that the first OVA is the best, the fifth and sixth OVAs are quite a bit better than the second and third ones. Most of this is due to the fact that several characters return – Yohko's mother and grandmother and her friend, Chi. Azusa appears in the fifth episode, though is much less annoying than in previous ones. Although both are still humorous, the fifth manages to have a relatively dark tone, thanks to Yohko's "death."
On the program disc, extras include clean closings and trailers for OVAs five and six.
The bonus ADV disc is crammed with extras. First up is a text catalog featuring all seventy-one of their animated releases and seven of their live-action releases. Each title has a text summary and product information, as well as a trailer, for a total of seventy-eight trailers on the disc! One episode each of Excel Saga and Steel Angel Kurumi are also included, as well as samples of several of the creative extras ADV has come up with, including the jiggle counter on Burn Up Excess.