Shin Strange+
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Synonyms: Strange Plus Second Season, Strange+ 2nd Season, Sin Strange Plus, Sin Strange+
Japanese: 真 ストレンジ・プラス


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 11, 2014 to Sep 26, 2014
Premiered: Summer 2014
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Dream Creation
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Seven
Source: Manga
Genres: Slice of LifeSlice of Life, ComedyComedy, JoseiJosei
Duration: 3 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.281 (scored by 55075,507 users)
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Ranked: #68402
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Popularity: #4131
Members: 11,911
Favorites: 6


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Sep 17, 2014
VishNChips (All reviews)
Since my review for the first season of this show garnered rather positive results, I thought I may as well write one for the second season.

Where shall I begin?

...To be perfectly honest, there just isn't anywhere I possibly COULD begin. Shin Strange+ is simply stupid fun. There's no story, no nothing. It's just more of the same from the first season. From Takuma's hijinks to Kou's cluelessness, nothing much has changed. (Oh, and Rusty Nail makes her big return. Hurrah?)

[Story: 1] (again, would be a 0 but I can't do that)
As I said, there's nothing new from season one, aside from a couple new characters. read more
Sep 28, 2014
FoxSpiritShrine (All reviews)
Shin Strange+ is the sequel to Strange+ and it comes bolder and more reckless than the previous season. New characters get introduced. Also the main cast gets some backstory, although the show quickly turns it into a source for jokes, rather than an actual story.

The art and the soundtrack have changed into more comical and even if it feels a bit overwhelming, the show still manages to turn out funny, laugh at itself and make you laugh too. The second season is not as vulgar as the first one. Not only there are less controversial scenes, but the gag art style softens their indelicacy.

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