Overlord II

TV (13 eps)
4.35 out of 5 from 22,354 votes
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Overlord II

Continuing his quest to rule this new world, Ains begins to put the pieces in place for his conquest. But between a Lizard Man tribe uprising, and performing missions as adamantite adventurer Momonga, Ains has his work cut out for him! Thankfully he has his most loyal and willing subordinates to do his bidding.

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The dawn of Despair

Episode 1

The dawn of Despair

Departure

Episode 2

Departure

Lizard men, gathering

Episode 3

Lizard men, gathering

Army of Death

Episode 4

Army of Death

The freezing god

Episode 5

The freezing god

Those who pick up, those who are picked up

Episode 6

Those who pick up, those who are picked up

Blue roses

Episode 7

Blue roses

A boy's feeling

Episode 8

A boy's feeling

Soaring sparks of fire

Episode 9

Soaring sparks of fire

Disturbance begins in the royal capital

Episode 10

Disturbance begins in the royal capital

Jaldabaoth

Episode 11

Jaldabaoth

The final Battle of the disturbance

Episode 12

The final Battle of the disturbance

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Vorosh
6

Another fun little Madhouse show about a super over powered character. Overlord season one follows Lord Momonga (AKA Ainz Ooal Gown) as he gets transported from the final moments of the vertual MMORPG world of Yggdrasil to a real magical video game world. Thing is he is still a level 100 lich king, with a bunch of loyal high level NPC's, stacks of rare items, and an entire castle (The Great Tomb of Nazarick). So he's basically unstopable, nothing in this new world really seems to be a major threat to Momonga. Even when discovering someone has a world class item, the highest ranked item in Yggdrasil, Momonga shows how deep his pockets are by bringing three world class items to the season finale shoot out.  Season two however shifts the light off Momonga in favor of world building as well as developing the supporting cast. The Great Tomb of Nazarick is full of cool NPC's the 41 guild members made and finding out about them really adds a lot of flavor to Momonga's empire, getting all the details about how the world works and establishing how the nations are set up. getting to see Momonga from the outside instead of him being the main character he was the bad guy for the entire lizard men arc. He was Sebas' boss during the 8 fingers arc. It's this style of story telling that gives the viewer a 360 degree understanding of who a character is. So often we see such one-dementional characters in anime, Overlord season 2 really does a great job developing it's cast and giving the viewer a full understanding of who these characters are.  So the writing is pretty interesting but the animation is anything but. The stiff animation during long drawn out talks and crude use of CGI really hold back a pretty great show. Not all the animation is bad, actually a vast majority of the show looks pretty good and some moments are just outstanding, but some moments are just awful. Overlord 2 just lacks consistency. Clearly Madhouse is better than this but I've been having a lot of fun with Overlord, the dub is fantastic, the character designs are amazing, and the majority of the show is fun but I can't blindly look past all that is wrong with it, wish I could rate it higher but for what the show is I personally love it and I'm really looking forward to season 3. 

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