Kodaka, Sena, Yozora and the rest of the Neighbors Club are back, and continue on their quest to learn what it’s like to make friends. There’s never a dull day for the gang, whether they’re debating the merits of “family friendly” yaoi anime, having a soda party or even heading to the amusement park. And whether Kodaka is enduring an especially awkward bath session with Pegasus or hosting Maria for an overnight sleepover, one thing’s for sure: he and the Neighbors Club are in for plenty of misadventures!
Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai NEXT The second season. Not as much ecchi, more harem, little bit more of a storyline. But still a pretty average 1 out of a million show. And that sums up season 2. The animation is still as good as season 1 and the music just as unnoticeable as. There however have been big changes and development in some characters. Kodaka, still the main harem lead. But his role has took a turn for the worse, unfortunately he ends up as your regular deny what you hear character who covers up confessions with ''what? Sorry didn’t hear you'' or by simply running away. At least he realizes himself that he is a weak coward but that does not make it any more pleasant to see how he hurts all other girls. Yozora, in season 1 she was basically a bully which made it hard to like her, but her personality really improved and she became a nice person. Sena, not much change here but with the more background story and screen time she is the most likeable character on the show, in my opinion. Rika did a 180 turn and went from the pervert scientist towards a pervert harem girl who changes her looks every episode. Yukimara, plot twist! Kind of expectable plot twist, which wasn’t that good as well. But he remains the background butler. Yuna, the new girl, because two lollis weren`t enough, at least this one is much older. Overall It would have been a 0,5 improvement over season one if it didn’t end that badly with Kadoka’s personality. Also note this show ends with a big cliffhanger and I haven’t heard anything about season 3 coming out anytime soon. +0,3 for the improved story+0,2 for the improved Yozora-0,5 for Kodaka+0,2 for Rika wearing the pants / having the balls in ithis show
After watching the first season, I was hyped to watch the NEXT. Unfortunately, I was left on the side of the road like a perfectly good pen. I had a feeling of being used but still wanting to prove my worth. It is a cliff hanger similar to Inuyasha... it may take another 8 years before they give us an ending. <sigh>
Don't you just love male harem protagonists that are oblivious to the fact that they are surrounded by women that want them? If so, stick around! Story: 7/10 The first 7 episodes of this season kind of felt like they were just randomly shuffled around, as there wasn't really any consistent storyline between them. However, I was okay with this, as the first season was the same way. The comedic timing was pretty good, and managed to make me laugh at least once or twice per episode. However, once you hit Episode 8 and the culture festival, there is suddenly just one thing going on for the rest of the season. In my opinion, this kind of got boring towards the end of the show, but I watched the entire season anyway. My major problem with this season was the ending. The show ended on a giant cliffhanger (Which made me go buy the light novel, so I guess it worked in the company's favor). After reading the final volumes of the light novel, I realized that there was plenty of material to make a Season 3. And I mean PLENTY. Besides for these things, I didn't really have a problem with the story. In Short: Comedic timing was great, plot was sort of jumbled for the first 7 episodes, and the ending angered me. Animation: 9/10 Not much to say here. Transitions were smooth, movement was fluid, and the art style was pleasing to the eye. That's about it. In Short: Just read the animation review. It's literally three sentences long. Sound: 8/10 I surprisingly liked the opening for this season just as much as I liked the one for the first season. It's definitely not in my top 10 openings of all time, but it's probably top 25. The soundtrack for this season wasn't bad, but it could have been better at particular moments. The sound effects actually made certain scenes much more funny, so I was a big fan of those. The voice acting was not that bad. I watched the full season both subbed and dubbed, so I'm going to talk about both. The Japanese voice acting was pretty good, and I was fine with it. After that, I watched the show with English dub, and all I can say that the sub is much better than the dub. In Short: Sound effects were great, voice actors were well chosen, OP was good, soundtrack was decent. Characters: 10/10 Man, did this show have a great lineup of characters. First of all, the main characters. First you have Kodaka Hasegawa, a blond haired guy whose looks scare the living shit out of everybody (Minus the other Neighbors' Club members). Of course, he's a gentle giant, but he's also fucking oblivious to the feelings of the women around him. Next is Sena Kashiwazaki, The blond haired, big-tit hottie that every guy is attracted (Minus Kodaka). Sena is pretty much your normal vanilla girl in a harem. Then you've got Yozora Mikazuki, the quiet jackass whose future career is most likely a psychopath. In my opinion, Yozora gets a lot more development in the late issues of the light novel, but I was fine with this. Next up is Rika Shiguma, the perverted scientist who REALLY wants to get into Kodaka's pants, but this doesn't work out for her. Sena and Rika provided most of the comedy in the show, with Sena providing the vanilla comedy and Rika providing the more perverted comedy. Now for the supporting characters. First off is Kobato Hasegawa, Kodaka's younger sister. Actually, scratch that. First off is Leysis Vi Felicity Sumeragi, Kodaka's little sister. The next supporting character is Maria Takayama, the "club advisor" who is younger than everybody else in the room. Lastly is Yukimura Kusunoki, the supposed girl who is actually a guy who is actually a girl (To make it simpler, we were told she was a boy throughout Season 1, and then in Episode 4 of this season, we find out that Yukimura is actually a girl). In Short: We've got the oblivious protagonist, the vanilla, the pervy scientist, the quiet jackass, the little sister, the jailbait, and the trap(?). I think it's quite the good lineup. Overall: 8/10 Just read the fucking review. Or average out the numbers and round down.
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