D.C.II S.S.: Da Capo II Second Season

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Synonyms: D.C.II S.S.: Da Capo II 2nd Season
Japanese: D.C.II S.S. ~ダ・カーポII セカンドシーズン~


Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 6, 2008 to Jun 29, 2008
Premiered: Spring 2008
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: feel.
Source: Visual novel
Genres: FantasyFantasy, ComedyComedy, HaremHarem, RomanceRomance, DramaDrama
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.241 (scored by 1167811,678 users)
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Ranked: #25892
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Popularity: #3094
Members: 26,409
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May 28, 2008
Erisu (All reviews)
Hello everyone! Yes, I'm that girl who gave the first season of Da Capo II a 5 and bashed it! I'm very happy that I did gave the second season a chance. I'll tell you why. Enjoy my review (if you can)!

What to say about the Story? Did it improved? Yes, it surely did. When I first started this I could already see that we finally get our Otome and Yume-moments, which I missed in the first season. The whole season is focussed on Otome and Yume who both seem to like their ''onii-chan'', Yoshiyuki. It's very easy to see how much Yume likes him, read more
Jul 16, 2008
verayo (All reviews)
D.C. II S.S., The real story of Da Capo II which makes the first season look like a filler. This is probably the last of Da Capo, and if not, this is surely the final story about Hatsunejima and its never withering Sakura Trees. A lot of things are explained here and it also shows some history. Most definitely a MUST WATCH for Da Capo fans.

The story is better than ever, but it's a little disappointing that the other things were completely left out. This is a very sad and lonely Da Capo. The undying Sakura Tree is at a most imperfect state, worse than read more
Jun 30, 2008
PimpToad (All reviews)
The continuation of DCII, DCII:SS follows the story of Yukimura Anzu, Asakura Yume and Otome, and the mystery surrounding the Magical Sakura Tree.

While DCII caters towards the fans of certain characters, DCII:SS follows the mold of what made the original Da Capo great. Like its predecessor, the story revolves around the mysterious events in the island of Hatsunejima. Although unlike the original Da Capo, the male lead has TWO 'sisters' that are very close to him. Drama ensues...

The character designs for DCII:SS is magnificent, especially those of Shirakawa Nanaka. The actual animation leaves much to be desired, but it is acceptable and in no way read more
Jul 3, 2008
Kit-Tsukasa (All reviews)
I was a bit uneasy coming into Da Capo II Second Season. Da Capo II first season left a bad taste in my mouth with very little plot development and really unentertaining. Similarly Da Capo Second Season did the same. Nevertheless, I sat through the 13 weeks of the show and although it was a bit of a slow start at first, it really picked up half way through the series. The last few episodes really were emotional and by far the best Da Capo episodes in all 4 series.
Story: Slow start, but really developed afterwards. There were a read more
Feb 19, 2013
Hashiruyuki (All reviews)
I watched all Da capo series (up to DC III minus DC If) in one run, so this will cover a bit DC II as the prequel and some of its parent stories.

Story: 7
This is the only aspect why I follow through all DC series. The story from DC I captivated me a bit and it's even better in D.C II (especially SS). The mystery behind the never-withered Sakura tree is handled fresh in each series, a bit connection from previous story but still original. This is pretty good considering how many stories have been produced for this sakura tree.

Art: 6
In short, It's read more
Apr 7, 2009
nagase (All reviews)
D.C.II.S.S is a future story about Yoshiyuki, the new main protagonist of Da Capo. In the first episode, it was only a review to help us remember the characters of this anime. But we can tell that Yume is currently fall in love with Yoshiyuki and jealous if her sister, Otome, have fun together with him.

Asakura Jun'ichi will be appeared again after 50 years as Yume and Otome's grandfather.

Well, I think this anime will be a excellent choice to collect since the story isn't too hard to understand and the tsundere Yume is very cute.

It would be the best if you watch it from the read more
Jul 1, 2008
danvic_10 (All reviews)
Da Capo II is quite entertaining, though I don’t like the insensitivity of male protagonist. Koko being the girlfriend of Yoshiyuki is damn nonsense, or I mean it’s useless in whole story of the series. The series make her like one of the main heroine but it’s not. Some concept of the story is quite similar to the concept of the anime AIR TV, SOLA, KANON, CLANNAD, and TO HEART. I think Da Capo I is still the best.
Nov 4, 2015
Zaku88 (All reviews)
Da Capo II SS is a continuation of Da Capo II except this time it focuses on the Asakura sisters and Sakurai (finally!). If you were waiting for more of the sisters' involvement in the series, your wait is over. This does mean that the other characters (i.e. Koko, Nanaka, etc.) get very little air time so if you were rooting for more of those, you're better off re-watching the original Da Capo II.

I think this sequel might even rival the intensity of the original series, though the Jun'ichi & Nemu combo is pretty hard to beat. As demonstrated by the series image, this series read more