The Quintessential Quintuplets 2nd Season

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  1. Zed

    Zed Database Moderator

    Posted by Zed on May 5, 2019
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  2. SMores

    SMores Well-Known Member

    Posted by SMores on May 5, 2019
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    Whaaaaaaat?! OK, so I'm not all that surprised. Japanese boys were probably drooling over the prospects of an orgie with identical quintuplets. Also weebs. Weebs were, totally fantasizing about it, too.

    Boring, studious protagonists get all the girls, no matter how douchey they act. Almost makes me wish I were studious.
     
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  3. Vuh

    Vuh Well-Known Member

    Posted by Vuh on May 5, 2019
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    Just reminds me of an anime adaptation of the early 2000s Disney made-for-TV teen pregnancy movie "The Quints" tbh
     
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  4. 8MangaMan

    8MangaMan Well-Known Member

    The sales of the manga have been rising like crazy since the anime so I'm not too surprised. I'm really glad it's getting a second season, just hope they can up the production values. If every episode looked as good and was as well directed as episode 11, I'd be one happy viewer.
    The fanbase is actually a damn war zone it's crazy. They all love theorizing and what not but once discussion of best girl starts be prepared to take cover. I remember similar in the Nisekoi days but dialed up even more now.
     
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  5. SMores

    SMores Well-Known Member

    Posted by SMores on May 5, 2019
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    I just hope it's not the one that I'm 100% sure it is.
     
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  6. ScarletKnight

    ScarletKnight New Member

    one of the best anime's
    also it reminds me of Nisekoi
     
  7. Hyperfanchan

    Hyperfanchan Member

    I enjoyed this anime’s first season - I look forward to watching more! ^^
     
  8. Grizz

    Grizz Database Moderator

    Posted by Grizz on May 6, 2020
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  9. interregnum

    interregnum Well-Known Member

    No.

    No, that's not--it can't be...

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    COVIIIIIIIIIIIIID!!!
    ...-19!!!
     
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  10. Swoosho

    Swoosho New Member

    You mean winter this year? (2020)
     
  11. AnimeGod2810

    AnimeGod2810 New Member

    No definitely not since it’s not out and this was posted in may 2020
     
  12. Warpuppy

    Warpuppy Well-Known Member

    The first season ended in a wedding, where is a harem supposed to go after a wedding?
     
  13. interregnum

    interregnum Well-Known Member

    Technically, the crux of the series is figuring out which sister he marries in the future. To the point where we saw the wedding in the first episode, I think.

    So, in this case, the harem is going where it always has been: to the wedding--because they still haven't revealed who wins.
     
  14. Ebonyslayer

    Ebonyslayer Well-Known Member

    As long as the second season is going somewhere, that's what matters. Felt like the first season was more or less an introduction, a slow one of course, but still an introduction nevertheless.
     
  15. XRB

    XRB New Member

    Posted by XRB on Jul 21, 2020
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    My goddamned friends just spoiled who the bride is to me and I don't know how to live anymore. The second season better have some romance with other girls at least or I'll just regret it for the rest of my life. I'm not going to say who it was, but fuck I was really surprised.
     
  16. interregnum

    interregnum Well-Known Member

    At some point, I would assume they're going to have to introduce actual romantic threads to the story--that is, scenarios that are explicitly addressing romantic tensions coming from Futaro--though I wonder if they're going to get to that point, in the second season.

    Given how far into the manga the first season of the anime went (that is, not especially far, if I'm not mistaken), I suppose the choice is going to be to either adapt the next chunk with the intention of maybe eventually doing the whole series (though, more likely, stopping there and luring everyone into reading the manga), or they're going to try to wrap up the story regardless of where in the series they decide to stop.

    If it's the former, we may not get ANY real lines of romance, just building stronger bonds and deepening crushes on the side of the girls. If it's the latter...well, gosh I hope they ratchet up the romantic tensions. (Also, if they go this route, I wonder if they'll deviate from who wins in the comics...)

    Regardless, I expect it to be even better than the first season. Because, thus far, that comic (through Vol. 8) has been everything I could want from this kind of series, which is exactly what we were getting in the latter half of the first season--only more and better.
     
  17. Quints

    Quints New Member

    Posted by Quints on Aug 1, 2020
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    The same thing just happend to me, im not sure i want to live anymore
     

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