Masamune-kun's Revenge R - Reviews

Alt title: Masamune-kun no Revenge R

KelpBoii's avatar
Oct 9, 2023

The story for me was a bit complex and I didn't like it that much,The animation was great just fantastic honestly,I really liked the music and the sounds to this anime and I feel like music and sound is something that is overlooked in "some" animes,To be honest I don't like the characters that much also I expect every or most anime that I watch to have comedy but this anime was a bit too serious for me and I didn't like it that much,However this anime had a lot of potential and l feel like it was wasted but that's just me,

Over all this anime was enjoyable for anime watchers that like romantic slice of life and some revenge also I did enjoy the anime but not to the level to watch a third season if there going to be.

4/10 story
9/10 animation
8/10 sound
4/10 characters
7/10 overall
Rishat's avatar
Aug 25, 2023

Just horrific. Completely ruined whatever potential it had. If the anime is just following the manga that surely is bad as well.  The pacing, story, characters all no longer make any sense. 

3/10 story
7/10 animation
8/10 sound
2/10 characters
6/10 overall
Carnufex's avatar
Aug 10, 2023


Mais ils sont sérieux ces sacs à foutre ??! Ça leur suffisait pas que la première saison soit un radeau de la Méduse, il a fallu qu’ils traînent la Maison-Mère dans leurs délires chelous ?!!


Angry French dude noises

?/10 story
?/10 animation
?/10 sound
?/10 characters
0.1/10 overall
vivizwag's avatar
Dec 14, 2023

It was trash but.. why am I crying...

3/10 story
9/10 animation
9/10 sound
6/10 characters
8/10 overall
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DGFischer's avatar
Sep 18, 2023

It would take Silver Link two years to form such an intricate plot of revenge stalking love with Masamune-kun's Revenge.  The first season set up the story of a young lad's heart torn to shreds, leading to a conspiracy to get revenge on the callous girl who spurned him.  Yes, the backstory would be set, but how accurate would be that telling?

Season two, called Masamune-kun's Revenge R, unravels the story and clears up the mystery that never should have happened.  Two seasons of misunderstanding.  But each year would have its love triangle that complicates Masamune's plan to get back at Aki.  Season one had Neko getting in the way of Masamune's plotting against Aki.  The most unrealistic love triangle doomed to failure.  With season two, the triangle is Aki-Masamune-Yoshino, and with revelations spicing up the whole season.  For Masamune: Aki never called Masamune 'Pig Foot."  Yoshino, protecting her mistress, dressed up as Aki and read Masamune the 'hit the road, Jack' act.  For Aki:  Masamune happens to be that beloved 'chubby boy' she was fascinated with eight years back, but this same Masamune wishes to 'get vengeance on that girl.'  For Yoshino:  she secretly hoped that Masamune would discover that she was in love with him.  Three principles to the whole story which spins the whole thing to unexpected resolutions.

The supporting cast was crucial in the first season, but in year two, they were in the background.  Kanetsugu fails to measure up as Masamune's rival for Aki’s attention for a rather basic reason.  Sickly girl Neko is all better now, but her love advice is fairly tainted, either for Masamune or Aki.  She just blends in with the three amigos Neko, Kojuuro, and Tae, who are content to stay in the background.  And those three girls who acted as Aki’s ‘protectors’ … were they fired?  The strength of the strong cast of season one boiled down to the three in the season two triangle, each one with a complex set of dispositions which make falling in love an epic task.

So, in the end, does anybody fall for anybody?  You might argue for Aki-Masamune, but we might have this trust factor.  And, Yoshino is not a stone; her feelings as loser in love doesn't deserve a simple pass.  Not a strong reason for a third season.  Close may count in horseshoes ... and love.

The animation continued to use the basics (those are hair-clips in Yoshina's hair, not bizarre eyebrows, BTY), and the music of season one seemed to be more thoughtful.  It was enough to advance the story through the labyrinth of feelings and confusions which kept the story going.  But now that things are sorted out, we can settle for a semi-happy ending.

10/10 story
8/10 animation
8/10 sound
9/10 characters
8.8/10 overall