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Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! Ren


Alternative Titles

English: Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions: Heart Throb
Synonyms: Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! 2, Chu-2 Byo demo Koi ga Shitai! Ren
Japanese: 中二病でも恋がしたい!戀

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 9, 2014 to Mar 27, 2014
Premiered: Winter 2014
Broadcast: Thursdays at 00:30 (JST)
Producers: Lantis, TBS
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: Kyoto Animation
Source: Light novel
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.601 (scored by 107,133 users)
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Ranked: #12592
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Popularity: #206
Members: 182,022
Favorites: 831
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Synopsis

Due to various events, Yuuta and Rikka are living together. This secret co-habitation is so exciting for the two lovebirds! Or so it should be...

Is having a chuuni girlfriend too high of a hurdle for Yuuta, who never even went out with a normal girl?! Yuuta worries about how to advance his relationship with Rikka. And then everyone else, Nibutani, Kumin, and Dekomori, have powered up by advancing a grade. Furthermore, the cause of his chuunibyou outburst in middle school, the girl who calls herself Sophia Ring Saturn the 7th, Satone Shichimiya appears...

This is the long-awaited second season of the adolescent romantic comedy revolving around chuunibyou that makes you laugh and cry.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Takanashi, Rikka
Takanashi, Rikka
Main
Uchida, Maaya
Japanese
Uchida, Maaya
Dekomori, Sanae
Dekomori, Sanae
Main
Uesaka, Sumire
Japanese
Uesaka, Sumire
Togashi, Yuuta
Togashi, Yuuta
Main
Fukuyama, Jun
Japanese
Fukuyama, Jun
Nibutani, Shinka
Nibutani, Shinka
Main
Akasaki, Chinatsu
Japanese
Akasaki, Chinatsu

Staff

Nakamura, Shinichi
Nakamura, Shinichi
Producer
Ishihara, Tatsuya
Ishihara, Tatsuya
Director
Barr, Katelyn
Barr, Katelyn
Script
Hooks, Lainee
Hooks, Lainee
Script


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"Van!shment Th!s World" by Black Raison d'être (Maaya Uchida, Chinatsu Akasaki, Azumi Asakura, Sumire Uesaka)



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Veronin
Mar 28, 2014
Some shows are better left without a sequel.

Meet "Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! Ren", Kyoto Animation's latest offering, the esteemed studio that once brought titles such as Haruhi, Clannad: After Story and Full Metal Panic: TSR to the anime industry. The KyoAni of 2014 is no such studio. Instead, we find rubbish like Free and Kyoukai no Kanata on an almost seasonal basis. The KyoAni of before is done and gone. They can't even seem to do sequels right any more.

It remains a mystery how KyoAni managed to mess the Chuunibyou franchise this badly. Granted, the first season wasn't anything particularly special, but read more
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Satire
Mar 28, 2014
I think most of the anime watching community has learned to generally expect two things from KyoAni:

1. There will be moe
2. The story and plot will either be subpar or shit.

I want to say that it's nice Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! got a second season, I really do. The first season of Chuunibyou was decent; it had a little bit of eight-grade syndrome, a little bit of romance, obligatory KyoAni moe, and a bit of slice of life. Characters actually felt like they made progress and it was a fairly enjoyable watch overall. I can't say the same about the second season.

I'd read more
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Kirigirii
Mar 2, 2014
Now if you haven't seen the first season of this anime, then I suggest you should before watching this season.
I liked the first season of Chuunibyou, it was a fun little story that introduced (well to me at least) the "chuunibyou" syndrome. Yūta Togashi is a boy who, during junior high school, had 'adolescent delusions' (中二病 chūnibyō?, lit. "junior high school second grade illness"), believing that he possesses supernatural powers and dubbing himself the 'Dark Flame Master,' therefore alienating himself from his classmates. Finding his past embarrassing, Yūta attempts to start off high school where he does not know anyone, free from his old read more
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VNitsua
Mar 31, 2014
I had very high hopes for Chuunibyou demo Koi Shitai! Ren. I have been a fan of the first season ever since I watched it, but I cannot say that with the second season.

With a slice of life, character development is important. Very. Important. And the first season, I believe, did a very good job at that. Behind the whimsical nature of the first season, there was a serious theme of growing up and what is lost when someone does. This was emulated through Rikka. Sadly, the second season doesn't touch this at all.

Instead, the second season has the audience follow the relationship of Yuta read more
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