I really enjoyed watching this second season. This anime never fails to give me a smile or make me laugh so hard. The jokes are funny and I think that the jokes are better than the first season.
The story hasn't changed much. You get monsters which they have to defeat and of course they will defeat them. I really liked the last 2 episodes because they tell you more about the villains and are different from the last 2 episodes from season 1.
The colors are bright and make for a great atmosphere. I like how they've drawn the anime characters and the art really matches the show.
I enjoyed all the songs and the background music sets the mood perfectly. I can't say much more about it.
I love all of them! They are still lovely dorks and the twins also have entertaining personalities. There isn;t much character development (only for the villains), but I find that okay.
I really enjoyed it and I had to laugh all the time. Some things don't make sense, but it's okay. I'm sure you will still enjoy it and because it doesn't make sense it becomes funnier. In one episode they will even give you a bit of fanservice~
As you may have guessed I really love the anime. Please watch it because it deserves your love!
This is a combination of my thoughts on both the first and second seasons, and I am planning on watching it to the end. However, it still confuses me why I decided to carry onto the Love!Love! after spending the first season realising how bad and repetitive the story is. It seems to be a modern adaptation of Sailor Moon, aimed at creating 'cute' boys for girls to coo over. On the over hand, no manner of adorableness can overcome the fact the show is just a cringe fest of poor jokes and boring plot. I can see how it can please some fangirls, but in reality I found the series to be bland and not particularly deserving of a second season.read more
Binan Koukou Chikyuu Bouei-bu LOVE! LOVE! is the second season in the Binan Koukou series. It's not necessarily something that needed a second season as the first season was rounded up nicely, but it's still nice that it got one. The story doesn't change much from the first season, it's still the 5 main characters coming into contact with a 'monster' and defeating it. However, the quality of the humour and jokes still live up to standard with jokes clearly portraying how this show is a parody of magical girl anime, making it entertaining to watch as a nice breath of fresh air. There's also the same amount of fanservice for girls just like the first season but personally I quite enjoy it (whoops). The art is nice, bright and colourful and perfectly fits in with the theme of the show. The sound is also nice and uplifting, continuing to maintain the theme. New villain characters are introduced in this season with quirky personalities and are really fun to watch, and the main characters from the first season are still as bubbly and entertaining as ever. Just like the first season, it's an all-male cast. Although this anime is nothing mind-blowing and doesn't really have a major difference from the first season, I enjoy watching it every week as the happy and bright atmosphere of the show and the quirky characters never fail to put a smile on my face no matter how ridiculous episodes can be. The only negative I have is the repetitive episodic plots can become extremely predictable and overused as you can immediately guess how the episode is gonna end. However, I still believe if you enjoyed the first season of this anime, you'd enjoy watching this one too. read more
Adolescence is silly. It also matters more than anything. If you can capture that contrast, you’ve pretty much nailed what it’s like to be in high school. And in its second season, "Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE!" has done exactly that, and become a hilariously stupid gem along the way.