-Story- I will start off by saying that I enjoyed the second season of Girls Bravo a lot more than I did the first. I thought that the second season was a bit funnier than the first season, but there were only a few scenes that actually had me laughing histerically. I did like how it took more of a "slice of life" style to it in this season, and that it put more focus on the main cast of Yukinari, Miharu, Kirie, and Kazuharu. I still feel that a lot of the fanservice in the series in unneccesary and sometimes got in the way of the story, but it was an improvement over the first season. I however didn't like the ending of the show, and I felt that they were trying to cram some sappy moral of the story down our throats. Also the ending antagonists were only mentioned rarely throughout the second season, and not at all in the first, and that the suspensefull ending was kind of thrown together at the last minute. Also it wasn't very inkeeping the rest of the show. -Animation- Same animation from the first season, so really no complaints except for the use of stills from time to time. -Characters- The characters were a lot better in the second season than in the first. Kirie stops being such a bitch to Yukinari, and reserves her beatings to Kazuharu, and other times when she needs to fight. Yukinari seemed to be less of a whimp and actually seems to have grown a pair. Kazuharu is less of a disgusting pervert than he used to be, and he actually turns out to be quite a nice guy when he's not trying to grope everyone. Miharu is still a great character, a little bit of a ditz, but still entertaining. However, Tomoko and Koyomi are still annoying beyond reason, Tomoko doubly so. -Overall- While the second season is definately an improvement over the first season, it still is far from being a good anime. Its better, but not quite there yet.
The show continues with the same vibe it had in the first series. It really has this Pokemon feel to it, a show for really young teenagers but it makes it feel awkward at the same time due to all the boobs and sexual harassment that's going on. The show tries to throw in a few little plottwists here and there but I actually made it all feel even more awkward. There is 1 episode where Miharu really wants to rub herself against Yukinari, it's an episode that just totally feels out of place since Miharu hasn't acted like that throughout most of the show. The season finale had that exact same problem, with the last few episodes the show tries to build up suspense and have characters that you have no connection with to act like villians. You just don't really care but the change of pace was something I would have actually liked for the entire series. Cute art but no real direction. Majority of the case is actually pretty boring or annoying but it does have a few hidden gems. Last episode, Kirie's fight scene is actually animated extremely well.
Girls Bravo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! the 2nd review....after reviewing it all those years ago as a 16 year old kid, finally rewatched it few weeks ago as a 20 year old.....lol kinda sad to say rewatching it, that it wasn't entiely the masterpiece i remember watching back in 2010, but still enjoyed it a lot as i did in the frist time, because it was all about having fun, good times, and ecchi ;D story - plotless/episodic anime for the most part (not that theres anything wrong with that imo) lots of funny/perverted/ecchi stuff ;D and of course a few fuzzy heartwarming momnets :) Animation - not as good as i remember but still defs passable though ;) Sound -still love the music, intro's and outro's and osts! check em out! ;D Charachters - same characthers! pretty much ;) imo there is actual charachter devolopment/personalities there, with real substance ;) so hard to pick a fav but fukuyama is defs the funniest!!!! ;) overall - as i said before - probably not the masterpiece i remember watching as a 16 year old kid back in 2010, but still enjoyed it a lot, and holds a special place as my first anime ;D
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