INTRO This review will be a little less detailed, more simplified version compared to many of my reviews, especially since it is of the second season without any anime review of the first season. However, it will include comments and references to the first season. STORY: 15 points Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It. r=1-sinθ is the continuation of the two unhinged scientists from the Ikeda Lab at the prestigious Saitama University, Ayumi and Shinya, using advanced scientific and mathematical based theorems to research and prove their obvious love for each other, and whether or not (their love) is actual, definite, and true. This second season picks up right where we, the audience, left off from its sequel. However, it is made clear from the very first episode that the gimmicks, absurdity, and hilarity of this particular lab is ramped up a notch from its aforementioned predecessor. Aside from additional character development of the non-main characters, Kanade joins Ayumi and Shinya as a main character this season. All these additional elements prove to be a positive for the series. Although the above additions make the second season more enjoyable, the storyline is nothing revolutionary. That being said, it is still quite entertaining. ANIMATION & SOUND: 7 points each category Zero-G does a quality job at making the sights and sounds of Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It. r=1-sinθ pleasing to visual and audio senses, respectively. The art, animation fluidity, the OP, and the ED are all above average. CHARACTERS: 21 points This is the one section where I will be a little more descriptive as it is the characters of r=1-sinθ that this more than some tropey, rom-com, school life anime. It focuses more on the other secondary characters and their backgrounds and personalities versus those of just Ayumi and Shinya, who still get there fair share of character growth. At the pique of the characters sits Kanade, who could be considered the primary protagonist of this season. Aside from her infatuation with her high school math teacher, Takahashi, we learn that she has always been “not normal” in the eyes of everyone around her, including herself. She struggles throughout the season coping with that very concept, whether it is at home, at the Ikeda Lab, or in any potential relationships. She is the brightest star of this season, and her development and role as a character are excellent. Another key character development is Ena, the senpai of the Ikeda Lab. She is a short, mischievous, spitfire otaku who could have a mini spin-off series featuring her as the main character and it would be awesome! Her rough homelife, quiet admiration for Kosuke, and her secret devotion to the lab and her colleagues is nothing short of interesting, entertaining, and perhaps even relatable in many ways. Plus, Kosuke’s self-denying fondness for Ena makes their interactions even more amusing and endearing. The only real complaint with the characters of this season is the addition of select characters that did not get enough development and/or explanation. Characters such as Chris, Suiu, and Haru do not completely evolve into characters that fully belong in this season. They come across as somewhat forced. This does not mean that any of them are bad by any means, but they could have been utilized and developed better than what they were. However, the eccentricities of Chris and Suiu definitely do go along with the zaniness of the rest of the bunch though. Lastly, I will very quickly touch upon Ayumi and Shinya. At some point in the season, both of them come to terms and complete realization of their respected feelings towards each other, as well as others to a lesser degree. That is a saving grace for this season because if their co-development did not happen, and this season was just a direct continuation of season one, then I do not believe I would have enjoyed this considerably more than I did when compared to its prequel. OVERALL: 70 points To wrap this review up, if you like the first season, then the second one is sure to be even more crazy, off-the-wall, nerdy goodness that is hard for you not to like. Based on that, I can say that I enjoyed it for those reasons and can recommend it to others who enjoyed season one. If you have not watched season one, then I highly recommend watching that first and not skipping it. It will make the Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It. r=1-sinθ experience even better. Entertainment Score: 16 points Achievement Score: +4 to OVERALL My expectations were Moderate, and it delivered Above those expectations. Age Rating: TV-14+ (the target demographic is Seinen and the younger crowd likely wouldn’t get much of the content; episode #12) Additional Information: Video Format: Streaming FHD (1080p) Audio Format: Japanese with English subtitles Publisher: Crunchyroll Equipment Used: Acer AN515-53-55G9 Nitro 5 Laptop
spoilers free!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The first thing i'm gonna say is that this anime is seriously under rated this series deserves much much more reviews and love. i think that many people are compairing this to 'kaguya sama love is war' . and to be honest i thought about the comparison myself after checking out its genera, but both the stuff are different and its better not to make any comparison. this season and the previous one is really really good with fun packed comedy and stupidity which is definitely gonna make any viewers happy and personally i enjoyed both the seasons and the 2nd season was actually better and i belive that it will only become better in the future if there is a S3. now lets discuss about the anime: STORY: its pretty good UNIQUE and as i told you really funny, at times it got kinda weired but the story is definitely a solid 10 for its new approach in terms of charecters plot and story setting. ANIMATION/SOUND: awesome no doubt about it. CHARECTERS: now this catagory is gonna be a little leanthy..... if i am being completely honest the charecters are kinda weird much more accurately every person in the 'ikeda lab' 9the science lab department). some people are obsessed with science , someone wants to be a normal person and act like a normal person and lastly a dude who is actually obsessed with 2D girls and actually wanna marry her. Yeah its a real weirdo pack of people BUT the devlopment of each and every charecters are so good that its practically blinding each and every plot line is really well thought about and every on of them is ...... really dont know what to say ohh yeah each and every one of them is definitely not normal and WEIRED.........BUT the story is funny revolvs around comedy and romance arghhh.... basically its really good just go and watch it KUMA....( youll understand why i wrote kuma after watching 2~3 episodes) in conclusion if you like Romance,comedy,funny stuff. this anime is right up your alley.... happy watching signing out Yuuki Anona.
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