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Genshiken Nidaime


Alternative Titles

English: Genshiken Second Season
Synonyms: The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture, Genshiken Second Generation
Japanese: げんしけん 二代目

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 7, 2013 to Sep 29, 2013
Premiered: Summer 2013
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Starchild Records
Licensors: NIS America, Inc.
Studios: Production I.G
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 7.561 (scored by 13,740 users)
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Ranked: #13732
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Popularity: #1597
Members: 29,168
Favorites: 68
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Episodes: /13

Synopsis

Another college semester begins and the returning members of Genshiken attempt to recruit new club members. Three new members join the club, attracted by Ogiue's BL drawings. She welcomes the new members but fears the club will become a "fujoshi" haven for yaoi fans and is getting a bit too far removed from it's original purpose.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Madarame, Harunobu
Madarame, Harunobu
Main
Okitsu, Kazuyuki
Japanese
Okitsu, Kazuyuki
Ogiue, Chika
Ogiue, Chika
Main
Yamamoto, Nozomi
Japanese
Yamamoto, Nozomi
Oono, Kanako
Oono, Kanako
Main
Yukana
Japanese
Yukana
Hopkins, Susanna
Hopkins, Susanna
Main
Oozora, Naomi
Japanese
Oozora, Naomi

Staff

Mizushima, Tsutomu
Mizushima, Tsutomu
Director, Sound Director
Hata, Hiroyuki
Hata, Hiroyuki
Episode Director, Storyboard
Yokote, Michiko
Yokote, Michiko
Script, Series Composition
Uesaka, Sumire
Uesaka, Sumire
Theme Song Performance


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"Genshi, Joshi wa, Taiyou Datta. (げんし、女子は、たいようだった。)" by Sumire Uesaka

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"Aoku Yurete Iru (アオくユレている)" by Nozomu Yamamoto, Sumire Uesaka, Yumi Uchiyama, Ai Kakuma



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Veronin
Dec 4, 2013
I often find myself puzzled by the anime industry's undying obsession with high school. Genre or story appear to have no influence-- teenagers are here, there and just about everywhere else. It is rare to find an adult (or any character above the age of 17) unless they are filling the obligatory teacher or villain role. Which is a bummer, as titles like Genshiken show just how fun the university setting can be.

Coming after two full seasons, Genshiken: Nidaime might seem confusing or out of place. The characters' voices have changed. Nearly everyone from the main series has graduated and moved on with their read more
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Stark700
Oct 4, 2013
“To a hikikomori, winter is painful because everything feels cold, frozen over, and lonely. To a hikikomori, spring is also painful because everyone is in a good mood and therefore enviable. Summer, of course, is especially painful...” - Welcome to the N.H.K.

For most fans of anime or manga, we might all once experienced a moment when we went through a phase where we couldn't stop watching/reading a piece of work from a franchise until we get that feeling of, “ah, now that was a masterpiece....”. I know I have and those moments feels great especially for something we've enjoyed. However, it may also feel a read more
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LeaderTGW
Feb 15, 2016
There were too many things done differently with this installation of Genshiken. So much to the point where in the end I was left with mixed feelings.

After re-watching Genshiken (the originals) then coming back to Nidaime it's sort of like the new characters make the story a bit.... complicated so to speak. I mean personally, I'm okay with gays and transgender or BL (I have no issues with trans) however this series focused a bit way too much on Boys love, transgender, etc that I just couldn't enjoy it as much. I found it rather difficult to continue watching, however if it wasn't for the read more
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NhatxNguyet
Sep 30, 2014
I'm not sure if you seen anime or read the manga of the first series of GENSHIKEN but I personally love the first series more. Why, simple because the characters in the first series is more interesting with more humor. The second GENSHIKEN series didn't really got me interested I hated how it killed off my favorite characters from the first series Saki Kasukabe and her boyfriend Makoto Kousaka I always wanted to see more how his & her relationship more after graduation as everyone knows he IS a hardcore otaku even tho he got the looks.
This second series focus mostly on a boy who read more
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