#01: "Eien never ever (永遠 never ever)" by Shounen Hollywood [Kakeru Kazama (Ryota Ohsaka), Ikuma Amaki (Tetsuya Kakihara), Kira Sakeki (Daiki Yamashita), Daiki Tomii (Shouta Aoi), Shun Maiiyama (Kensho Ono)] (ep 1) #02: "Kokomade Oide (ここまでおいで)" by Ikuyo Hashiguchi (Poem) (ep 2) #03: "Kiseki no YES (奇跡のYES)" by Zen the Hollywood (ep 3) #04: "Bokutachi no Revolution (僕たちのRevolution)" by Daiki Tomii (Shouta Aoi) (ep 4) #05: "Pinkish Heart Ai (Pinkish Heart 愛)" by Shun Maiyama (Kensho Ono) (ep 5) #06: "Abarron (アバロン)" by Tetsushi Hayashi (ep 6) #07: "Jingi Green (仁義GREEN)" by Ikuma Amaki (Tetsuya Kakihara) (ep 7) #08: "Makka na Pride (真っ赤なプライド)" by Kakeru Kazama (Ryota Osaka) (ep 8) #09: "Aoi Kyun Kyun Muffler (青いきゅんきゅんマフラー)" by Kira Sakeki (Daiki Yamashita) (ep 9) #10: "Seishun Has Come (青春 HAS COME)" by Zen the Hollywood (ep 10)
#11: "Eien never ever (永遠 never ever)" by Ran Kazehara (Shintaro Asanuma), Daichi Hirosawa (Soichiro Hoshi), Kou Oosaki (Yuto Suzuki), Shiima Hayamizu (Kousuke Toriumi), Minoru Tomii (Daisuke Sakaguchi), #11: cont. Tsuyoto Hiiragi (Daisuke Namikawa), Ryuunosuke Date (Daisuke Kishii) (ep 11) #12: "HOLLY TRIP" by Shounen Hollywood [Kakeru Kazama (Ryota Ohsaka), Ikuma Amaki (Tetsuya Kakihara), Kira Sakeki (Daiki Yamashita), Daiki Tomii (Shouta Aoi), Shun Maiiyama (Kensho Ono)] (ep 13)
One word is all it takes to make any anime worthy to be watched: interesting. It’s simple. If you think it’s interesting, then watch. If not, then don’t. It all boils down in asking yourself: Is it interesting enough to make me watch it?
So? What makes this anime interesting?
Well, what is an idol? Is being an idol the right path to take? What does it takes to be an idol? --- Just like my review for the first season, these are the questions that swirls around this second one.
The episodes are mild and slow-paced, in a good way. This anime shows a
different angle of idols. The masses only see idols as they are on screen, on a poster or on a picture. They shine. They sparkle. They always smile like they don’t have any troubles. However, what happened before all of that? What kind of road could they have taken to get there? What kind of lives do they lead?
The characters are fascinating especially, the five main characters. They aren’t boring at all since they have different personalities which blend well together. Each of them has quirks that make them interesting and stand out on their own. In addition, they are all eye-candies. Red, pink, blue, yellow and green… I couldn’t pick out a favourite out of the five.
So? Is it worth it?
Yes, I enjoyed watching this anime. Actually, I didn’t expect it to influence me this much. I’m so glad that I stumbled upon this show. I don’t mind watching the two seasons all over again.