Medaka Box Abnormal

TV (12 eps)
2012
Fall 2012
3.765 out of 5 from 5,080 votes
Rank #2,197

After Medaka Kurokami defeated Myouri Unzen (the head of the disciplinary committee), she is recruited by the headmaster to join the "13 Party" - an elite and select group of 13 Abnormal students from Class 13. Medaka discovers that they are taking part in the Flask Plan, which aims to create perfect humans by sacrificing all the students in the school. It is up to Medaka and the rest of the student council to stop it.

Source: Sentai Filmworks

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Normal, Special, and Abnormal

Episode 1

Normal, Special, and Abnormal

Sister, Sister, Sister!

Episode 2

Sister, Sister, Sister!

Crush You Today!

Episode 3

Crush You Today!

The Monster I've Sought

Episode 4

The Monster I've Sought

You Can't Be Killed

Episode 5

You Can't Be Killed

Please Become My Something

Episode 6

Please Become My Something

The Lovely Name "Kurokami Kujira"

Episode 7

The Lovely Name "Kurokami Kujira"

I Don't Want to See You Cry

Episode 8

I Don't Want to See You Cry

Kurokami Medaka (Rev)

Episode 9

Kurokami Medaka (Rev)

How to make everyone happy

Episode 10

How to make everyone happy

That's All She Wrote!

Episode 11

That's All She Wrote!

Good Loser Kumagawa.

Episode 12

Good Loser Kumagawa.

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ReviewBonfire
3.5

Medaka Box - Abnormal Everything that Medaka Box had in season 1 has been completely thrown overboard here. Yes, the series still has a far below average entertainment value as a shounen. However, this season consists of non-stop fights, with disastrously boring cliché opponents. There is almost no trace of "humor and satire" here anyway. The entire flow of this season consists of introducing the new enemies and fighting them all the time between episodes 3-12. And since "plot armor" is practically the protagonist's power, of course, they win. With Medaka, it's less surprising than with the others. This problem also existed with the manga, though the author created many abilities and personalities. However, he did not put any emphasis on explanations and structure. Characters are spontaneously stronger than before, without any buildup. Unfortunately, the anime ends with episode 12 (episode 13 is an additional episode based on the manga "Good Loser Kumagawa"). It an interesting idea to give the new antagonist more charm right away, but the third season never got to the light and so did the best manga arc. By "best" I don't mean it's mind-blowing. It's just average in a negative sense. Still, it is the best comparatively. The plot of this season, as mentioned, involves the protagonists fighting against the "Thirteenth Party" to stop the Flask Plan (plan to create the perfect human). Which is all the more in focus in the course of the later arcs. Other than that, nothing happens. The new characters are almost mostly just weirdos with little charisma and only one fixed personality that they keep until the end. On average, one episode was needed per enemy, possibly a bit longer. And the interesting idiosyncrasies of the protagonists or the structure of the school was no longer relevant, since this entire season was devoted only to the fights. Musically, the season was mostly average, both intros and osts. Animations are also average, there is no talk of good choreography here. But it is sufficient for such a level. Conclusion It is still better to read the manga than to watch these 2 seasons, as they have been the weakest arcs in the manga. Needless to say, the result is disappointing. Enjoyment - 3

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