This season is a marked improvement over the first, I actually enjoyed watching the characters develop and their interactions are a tad more believable. My main gripe carries over from last season and that is that this show is still very rapey at times which spoils the enjoyment of an otherwise funny love story.
How should I put this? It's my first time to write a review so this MAY contain spoilers if I get carried away.
The second season is better and has more plot than the first in my opinion. What excited me about the second season is that it has plenty twists in every couples' story. I personally enjoyed Kisa and the book keeper's story. It has a strong impact and heavy drama which will probably lead fujoshis in tears. Although there also cliffhangers which will inevitably make you hate the anime but all in all the story is what delighted me the most about
Sorry I had to give this a tad lower score than the others but hear me out first. My reason kinda sucks actually, it's because sometimes I get confused with the characters and I can't tell which is which! It's because some characters look almost the same. Same hair, same eyes, but, maybe it's just me. I don't know! I get confused a lot! Sorry but the art is just okay for me.
The soundtracks were cute although I didn't take a liking to them at first.
I gave this a perfect score simply because they were all perfect. Everyone of them, although I have my personal favorites, the other characters aren't to be overlooked. All of the pairings had this unbreakable and promising auras which will keep you wanting more of them. The antagonists were also good.
This anime is very interesting and commendable. Since this is the first yaoi I've watched, I don't have much to compare it with, but it will leave you both laughing and in tears... and peeved.
Hm, it kept me watching for the BL but that's really it. Actually watching it sort of ticks me off because there are tones of better yaoi out there that get one or two half a$$ed OVAs, desexualized series, post poned, given a low budget manga voice acting job, or just plain ignored. While cookie cutter BL like this gets 12 full animated episodes and two seasons. I don't get it. I just don't get it. Maybe stuff like this is considered "safe" in their world of nothing happening storylines. Where the uke must constantly deny his attraction while the Seme becomes a sappy idiot
who will wait on the uke forever and turn down any man who comes his way. Safe are the stories that are nothing more than the "problem of the week" for the characters. "I saw my boyfriend talking to a woman...I guess that's much better than him being with a man, he MUST like HER because she's a woman" or the stereotypical best friend who is perfect for a guy in every way BUT will never get the guy he wants.
Seriously, been there, done that, and bought the T-shirt! How many of these SAME BL stories are going to get recycled and turned into craptastic unfinished shows while beautiful yaois like Ai no Kusabi gets pushed to the back burner?? Geez!
Can we please get some of Miyamoto Kano or Mizukami Shin stuff made? What about Complex, Sakura Gari or the beautiful Zankoku na Kama ga Shihaisuru. But nope, I guess I have to wait for anything this mangaka farts out just to get animated BL. *eye roll*
It's actually really crazy because normally the season season isn't as good as the first, kinda like the second movie to an original but this really was a so-what master piece, I have to admit that this anime really got me hooked. I'm not bi-sexual or gay, I'm straight (also a girl too) and I'm not being sexiest towards the anime but I have this strange feeling straight guys wouldn't really like a cute, romance filled guy > guy anime. But girls on the other hand, this as SO CUTE! Without a doubt watching this anime gives off such an amazing vibe it's
crazy! You can pen point with of the to is the woman in the situation but then again you keep changing are you watch it further, the two are just so true to each other and all the mis-happs, conflicts, and obstacles make it so much better. But the best part is that it doesn't just focus on the two main characters, it switches between love stories of the co-workers and in the end they're all really just the same. Except for one, he isn't really looked at, at all but that's OK.
My finally thoughts on this is well: If you don't mind the boy boy relationship then this anime if perfect, the combination of romance and comedy levels out itself and the pinch of drama just makes you come crawling for more! Though I do recommend that you watch the first season Sekaiichi Hatsukoi, because you know the '2' after it kinda lets you know this is the sequel.