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Selector Spread WIXOSS


Alternative Titles

English: Selector Spread WIXOSS
Japanese: selector spread WIXOSS

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 4, 2014 to Dec 20, 2014
Premiered: Fall 2014
Broadcast: Saturdays at 01:05 (JST)
Producers: Warner Bros., Showgate
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: Card game
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Statistics

Score: 7.511 (scored by 21,520 users)
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Ranked: #15402
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Popularity: #1283
Members: 42,622
Favorites: 176
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Ranked #1540Popularity #1283Members 42,622
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Episodes: /12

Synopsis

Get ready for the thrilling second season of the WIXOSS series! Immerse yourself in a game where special cards called LRIGs—cards that possess personalities and wills of their own—can change your life forever. Teenager Ruko holds one of these rare cards, and if she wins, her wish will be granted. But what happens if she loses?

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Characters & Voice Actors

Kominato, Ruuko
Kominato, Ruuko
Main
Kakuma, Ai
Japanese
Kakuma, Ai
Aoi, Akira
Aoi, Akira
Main
Akasaki, Chinatsu
Japanese
Akasaki, Chinatsu
Urazoe, Iona
Urazoe, Iona
Main
Noto, Mamiko
Japanese
Noto, Mamiko
Seto, Asami
Japanese
Seto, Asami
...
Kurebayashi, Yuzuki
Kurebayashi, Yuzuki
Main
Sakura, Ayane
Japanese
Sakura, Ayane

Staff

Satou, Takuya
Satou, Takuya
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard, Theme Song Lyrics
Kamoshida, Hajime
Kamoshida, Hajime
Script
Wakeshima, Kanon
Wakeshima, Kanon
Theme Song Performance, Theme Song Lyrics, Theme Song Composition
Cyua
Cyua
Theme Song Performance


Edit Opening Theme

"world's end, girl's rondo" by Kanon Wakeshima

Edit Ending Theme

"Undo: Ashita e no Kioku (Undo -明日への記憶-)" by Cyua




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IRanOutOfNames
Dec 20, 2014
Ok, its my first time writing a review so...
Please take care of me?

Unto the review. Since I haven't watched Madoka Magica(have only read reviews)which everyone says the Selector series more of less copied I'm not going to go too in-depth into my opinions about the story/plot.

Story: 7/10
Plot was interesting and captivating but hard to understand at times. Hence I believe to fully enjoy this anime, one has to not worry too much about how some of the finer details are blurred over, remember if the anime doesn't give a good explanation just leave the reasoning behind it to magic. This anime basically read more
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emberreviews
Dec 19, 2014
They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and in the case of WIXOSS that may very well be the case. As I mentioned in my review of the first half of the series, WIXOSS takes a lot of cues from a certain magical girl anime called Madoka Magica, from the dirty secrets behind their world's setup to the hopes and aspirations of their main characters. While transmuting someone else's story to fit a new context is certainly appropriate, WIXOSS still ended up leaning a bit too hard on the fence and ended up flat out copying certain ideas and motifs from Madoka read more
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Haiju
Nov 12, 2014
Plot:
Selector Spread Wixoss follows 90% of Infected Wixoss plot. So the battles by the dreams of Ruuko, Hitoe,Yuzuki, Iona continues and that is awesome. But now, the plot have more focuses on the "cosmological world of wissox" trying to make you now the whys and the logical behind the cards battle and the girls on the cards.
But don't think that the dramas of the girl will be set aside, no only the world wissox will be revealed but the world inside every girl too. The logical sequence of the theme of Infect Wixoss will not be broken, and that is very importante to appreciate read more
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GeeksOasis
Jan 6, 2015
In depth review #5 - Selector Spread WIXOSS

When comparing this season to the first one, I felt that Selector Spread WIXOSS fixed all of the problems I had with the storytelling. It actually made a compelling story on its own without using themes or plot devices that were blatantly ripped off from Madoka Magica in the first session. The story also wasn't as predictable. Despite this however, the creators didn't do as good of a job at developing the main characters this time around. I’ll go in depth with my reasons down below.

Story: 8 (Very Good)
Selector Spread WIXOSS is the continuation of Selector Infected read more
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