"A series with splendid animation and soundtrack but poor storyline."
Many many things have happened in the first season which was loosely based on the manga original, so logically we are expecting the storyline of Capu2 to continue from where season one left off. In fact, many many things do happen in Rosario + Vampire Capu2. They include the very exciting and daring (in the sense that they are pissing off the fans) censored fan service, more censored fan service, and still more annoying censored fan service. In terms of actual Rosario + Vampire story coverage, Capu2 literally got close to none with a few minor
Similar to the previous season, Capu2 is also considered episodic (each episode is one mini standalone story). The "monster of the week" which received numerous criticism also returned though this time most of the "monsters" do not have much of an evil intention thus making most battles seem even more ridiculous (pointless) than before.
Unlike the first season which still semi followed the story from the manga, Capu2 is almost purely fillers as evident in episode 6. To wrap it up, Gonzo pretty much taken out all the actions in the story and replaced them with censored fan service (how can it be called fan service if they are censored with a bear?). Obviously fillers unrelated to the actual story tend to make fans unhappy, but from another perspective it can be rather refreshing at times because even manga readers wouldn't know what might come next!
Upon watching this anime, perhaps the first thing you'll notice is the supreme animation quality. Whether you are new to this series, or a fan from the manga original, the artwork in the anime is without a doubt impressive. It should be added that the animation quality throughout the series is very consistent, which certainly means a lot for a show intended for fan servicing.
When compared to the first season, the OP and ED are certainly at the same level in terms of quality, thanks to our beloved Nana. It is plain evident that the OP and ED clips no longer relates to the story (unlike season 1's OP and ED which give hints to certain aspects of the plot), which is actually a good thing for this season since the production crew never had any intention of following the story anyhow. So a good OP and ED that matches their theme (ie. fanservice) would do the trick.
Give Nana Mizuki tons and tons of credit for her amazing job well done for performing the OP and ED as well as being the CV for Moka. As stated in my Rosario + Vampire review, Nana has an amazing ability to sing thus allowing her to win the “Best Musical Performance” award in the first Seiyu Awards.
I was quite surprised when writing this review that there were hardly any character development in this season. Not only are the characters' hidden abilities STILL have yet to be included in the anime, but nothing really changed from the first season's ending (as expected from a filler series). Season one definitely did a better job in this department.
Enjoyment + Final Thought:
The heavy censorship really made the show very not enjoyable for me. If you want to watch the series uncensored, you'll have to wait for the DVD release. Overall, Rosario + Vampire Capu2 served its purpose as a filler and "fanservice" series. Having strong animation quality and great sound track makes up for the lack of story and pretty poor character developments. I recommend this series for people who like good quality animation but if you want story development, you'll be best to skip this.
*Note* The review is based on the broadcast episodes (ie. TV), the DVDs have no impact on the review.
The Short Review for the Reader without much time:
Story (3/10): What story?! Well, there was a storyline for the first and last two episodes of this anime, and then 9 episodes of filler. 9 EPISODES OF FILLER IN A 13 EPISODE ANIME. Is this anime so inconsistent that it can't even stick to the plot for over two consecutive episodes?! Hence the low score.
Art (8/10): The art is the best thing about this anime, is is fluid, clean, detailed, and rich in color.
Sound (6/10): The music matches the anime pretty well, ecchi all the way. It's the video with the music that is...interesting.
Characters (6/10): The
characters all have flat personalities: they all love the guy, and they are all...lets just say "brave" in public.
Enjoyment (6/10): Eh. Some new developments that were quite interesting. Mostly mumbo jumbo.
I'd like to set record straight and give you an honest review. The series, as a whole, first and second season are based, rather LIGHTLY, on the Manga of the same name. Keep that in mind.
Rosario+Vampire is a show that FEEDS off of fan service, harem stereotypes, and it's own unique sense of humor within it's story. Don't expect anything more than that. Take this anime as it is and you have a pretty decent show to watch and pass the time by.
The story isn't like the manga. Not even anime adaptations are anything like the "book" it seems. Rosario+Vampire's story is chopped up
into pieces for the most part, and each episode is it's own slice of life for Tsukune and the gang. Repetition...often. Less than the first season though. Only in the last few episodes does a real epic story that runs smoothly begin to come together. Lots of fan service, lots of laughs because of how the harem is put together etc. don't expect much more and enjoy it for what it is.
Gonzo, as usual has done a fantastic job animating the show. It's very smooth, and nice to look at (no I'm not talking about the fan service). I've seen better, but Gonzo does a good job at keeping it consistently decent.
Like I said, Harem, Ecchi, whatever you want to call it, the soundtrack to this show fits it very well. The ever now famous "Churu Churu Paya Paya," is a masterpiece score for some scenes in this anime, along with other songs that really pull the show together and make it's comedy valid. Add that up with amazing OP and ED songs for BOTH seasons by Nana Mizuki, and you have yourself a good anime soundtrack.
You have Tsukune, the wimpy lead with a huge heart, you have your moe in Moka, you have your...Tsundere?...I suppose in Inner Moka. Kurumu is your typical flirt, Mizore is the all out stalker, Yukari is your loli, add in some adult themes and BAM generic anime harem right? WRONG. Though I rate it low for extreme lack of character development, the characters take on their own personas for the anime. BECAUSE it's set in a unique monster environment, each character has certain special traits about them. Given they are emphasized more on in the manga, but the anime at least gives you the basics. I can't say I've seen many other ecchis with a Vampire, Succubus, Snow-Woman, and Witchling all after one guy. Tsukune however stands out among the bunch, though he seems like a below average student with good intentions, there's more to him. He genuinely cares for the others, all as friends, and wants to be able to protect them. This is shown frequently in the series that though he is powerless, he's willing to fight, no matter what the cost. Which does lead to some interesting situations.
I laughed...I laughed. It IS enjoyable for what it is. A harem anime with your typical stereotypes played on well, with your BIG twist of them being monsters, and Tsukune being human. Decent bit of action to sate that hunger, and watching Tsukune progress ever so slightly as a character was cool. Don't come expecting anything more than laughs, fan service, and a few decent romantic/admirable scenes.
Good anime. Not the best, not terrible. They advertised as an ecchi, they sold an ecchi to the public. You view it as anything else and you'll hate it....but then that'd be your own fault. If you need to pass some time by, and you like the genre, give it a look. One of the best harem animes in a while, here's hoping for a 3rd season with more story and character development than we've seen!
Well, so it’s come down to this… “Rosario + Vampire” is an anime show directed by Takayuki Inagaki about, uh, well, gratuitous panty shots and full-blown harem mayhem. The story is straight-forward enough to actually make sense too: Tsukune Aono is your typical high school protagonist who plays the nice guy role way too well. One day, while heading to his mysterious new high school in the middle of what appears to be a dead forest/graveyard, he is run over on a bicycle by Moka Akashiya, a classmate of his. Immediately, these two seem to hit it off, until Tsukune discovers that Moka is actually
a vampire and the high school he’s attending consists of nightmarish monsters. Eventually, Tsukune is forced to keep his human identity a secret for fear of his own life, while also attracting the attention of a group of girls all lining up to have sex with him, typical of your harem/ecchi show.
I just want to make this known: “Rosario + Vampire” is a terrible show. In fact, so terrible that I actually found myself really enjoying it at times. There seems to be a very basic formula to each episode too: Tsukune, being the dumbass he is, manages to get involved in some life-threatening conflict with a dangerous student or teacher, and Moka is forced to change into her “badass” vampire form to save the day while the narrator, being a bat with the most annoying voice in anime history, inexplicably totals up the running time each battle took… for reasons I have yet to know… It’s formulaic, yes, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t have a ton of fun with it. There’s a cheesy undertone throughout that makes it oddly entertaining, and while the nudity is flaunted around this show like clothing is illegal, it adds a kind of quirky vibe to the characters themselves. I shouldn’t go too into detail with the other characters apart from our two protagonists because, well, they’re cardboard cut-outs from other harem anime and are too uninspired to really give a damn.
However, “Rosario + Vampire” has a secret power: it is so facepalm-worthy, that at a point, your brain adjusts to the crude, dry humor and eventually you find yourself laughing a lot. The comedy in this show is hilarious when it wants to be, especially an episode when Tsukune is followed home by the stalking group of girls over summer break, and is introduced to their mother, who witnesses them in *ahem* compromising situations that leads her to believe her son is a sex fiend. It’s actually one of the funniest episodes I’ve watched since that exam episode in “Angel Beats!”. I feel like I shouldn’t dismiss the strengths of the show either, because the last few episodes of the first season are legitimately great, as well as a bulk of episodes in the second season.
As much as I enjoyed most of it, there’s just also too much wrong with “Rosario + Vampire” to fully recommend it. While it does have it’s fair share of comedic genius and suspenseful moments, these are too rare in the show to really call it a saving grace. The chemistry between the “so inoffensive, it hurts” Tsukune and “Lucy from Elfen Lied 2.0” Moka is actually pretty good too, and provides an ongoing gag that never gets tired. But overall, it’s decent fun at best. If you just want to take a break from a serious anime, switch off your brain and let this soak in. Otherwise, watch “Love Hina” if you want great harem…
Let me first explain each score that i gave:
Story : 8
-It's good to know that Moka has sisters in her family. not only 1 but over 3 of them plus Moka which adds up to 4. That simply means, more harem!(i hope)
Art : 9
-I don't have to say it but all the characters(girls) look great! i mean, not in a perverted way but in a bishoujo type of way. They never stop to amuse us with there art. i mean, look at shirayuki's and kurumu's mothers!
Sound : 10
-You guys gotta admit, the op kills! Discotheque is one of few songs that
are made with a theme which isn't new(disco theme) to the 21st century with such a cool beat! not to mention the part in Ep3 where Mizori and Kurumu had a song battle during music class. And also their BGmusic is really something!
Character : 9
-Talk about Kokoa's twisted love, that really is quite cute. Not to mention the saying, "Like Mother, Like Daughter." Look at Shirayuki's mom. she was stalking Tsukune behind the table!
Enjoyment : 9
-From the previuos scores i gave, there is no need for me to explain why i gave this score.
Overall : 9
-Such a great combination of characters into one anime. I hope to see more sequels to come after this.
Many people didn't like the fact the story didn't follow the manga, and didn't have much of a point. There were quite a few episodes of random nothing-ness that had really nothing to do with the plot, but they still had their comedy/romance aspects that kept you watching.
The story wasn't really that developed in either of the seasons, I wish they would have gotten a bit more in depth with Tsukune and his new vampire powers. It was still a hilarious storyline, I didn't mind all that much
I really liked the art style in this anime. The characters looked nicely drawn and symmetrical.
The sound effects were pretty nice, I didn't expect much from them since it was going to be a comedy/harem type deal. However, the english voice acting was spot-on. You can't go wrong with good ol' Haberkorn as a main :D The song in the second season was pretty beastly, I dug the bass line in the disco song very much.
The characters were all pretty likable and had different traits. Specially the girls HUEHUE.
I really liked watching this anime even though there were a bunch of random episodes. These types of anime don't exactly need a good story-line to be likable, but it would help.
This was a really good 2 season anime. Even though a lot of people dissed it because of the story-line not matching the manga and all that, I still liked the comedy/harem aspect of it.
Thanks for reading this review! first of many to come C:
When I heard this series was going to Capu2 I almost cried with happiness. The story follows a very cliche harem/ecchi plot, which is a guy surrounded by girls in a magical world, and each one of them dig him.
From there, you can already understand what's going to happen. For the first season, it's tiny sub-stories with a dramatic ending. BUT the thing is that the humor in this story totally makes up for the lack of serious plot. And for you ecchi lovers..well there's only two things that we are pleased with and this show has it and you know what I mean.
only giving a rating to the first season, which is an 8/10. As for the second season, I have high expectations and so far they have been fulfilled.
I watched rosario+vampire capu 2 expecting something even more badass than the original show, and found that it was basically the same. There was still a bunch of meaningless fanserve (which I am all for) and it was still a harem which almost guarantees that nothing of deep import will happen.
Once again, the story follows tsukune; a complete pussy who seems to attract all the women, and moka the vampire whos into him. Also there the succubus, ice woman, witch, and this season brings us a brand new vampire. The new vampire is moka's sister kokua, and she is the first female character not to
join tsukune's entourage... FINALLY!
Also brought back from the original show is the stand alone episodes with a few conjoining at the end, but as ive said before this is how the manga was too so I will forgive it. However, while i'm on the topic of of the story; many people will expect a continuation from where the last season left off in the manga. This is not the case, in fact very little has anything to do with the manga itself at this point and now it is just a continuation of the first season instead of the manga.Now they are even tossing in filler episodes, I dont see why when they have so much manga to work with but whatever, I can and have forgiven them for some of the episodes that were really good, but some of the episodes in capu 2 just suck terribly so be on the watch for that. Another thing is that tsukune still doesn't use his vampire powers to open a can of whoop-ass on anybody this season either, so that kinda disapointed me.
As before, the fights can be measured in a matter of seconds, and it would almost make more sense to cut em entirely but, what do I know. Also, in capu 2 you are about as likely to find the characters having a friggin sing-off than anything else, so hopefully you can get past the lameness of these situations or you will not survive this show.
Once again the art is great just like the 1st season, and the characters are still a dynamic bunch, even if they havnt changed at all since season one. There was also a pretty good soundtrack for this show. I enjoyed watching capu 2 as a fan of the original manga and the 1st season, but maybe it can be said that you will enjoy this more if youve never read the manga... maybe. Still in all, I liked it, it was good stuff.
Ok now let me tell you this the story isn't bad sometimes it does go a nice route but other is just random stuff. Well it's a harem, so can you really complain?
Amazing the art style is really great and the animation is extremely good. Those character designs tho... MIZORE FOR THE WIN!!!
The sounds are happy and joyful, they don't get annoying if they are re-used.
The voice acting is okay... But damn the English dubbed is amazing i don't like watching anime in eng dub but this anime FREAKING nails it!!
Hmm most of them can get really annoying *cough* THE SUCCUBUS. Oh! Can't
forget about the loli witch... Mizore is easily the most calmed and less annoying and Moka, i like her Original form with white or silver hair IN MY OPINION.
I just kept watching this anime in my bed in excitement i don't know why it's just so funny and cool. The boobs and stuff don't really bother me or interest me, i just like the comedy and the action or most likely the stupid stuff that happens
Amazing anime... Would recommend IF you're looking for a fun anime.
Wouldn't recommend if you don't like the sexual scenes.
Story? Who cares? You're watching this for the fanservice, and as a harem, you should be pleased with 13 episodes of 99%, "Tsukune, Tsukune, take me." That's basically what it is; and it's implied ****SPOILERS**** that he and Moka (pink-haired) get together.
****POSSIBLE SPOILERS FROM HERE ON IN****
It's funny, actually. I think there's only ONE kiss the entire second season between Tsukune and any of his four girl "suitors," and it's not even Moka, I want to say it's Mazore (sp).
Anyway, getting a little sidetracked there... you will enjoy this season if, like me, you enjoy fanservice and enjoy receiving a healthy dosage every
episode. If I just described your tastes, come on in, enjoy the ride.
I won't rate something that's not present. Don't take it negatively, the season did what it had intended to do and did it surprisingly well.
R + V has always had solid artwork/animation. However, this would be a 10 if they had kept the animation standards up to what they were churning out in the beginning of R + V, season 1. I mean, take a look at the opening credits: that's some dang good animation.
With fanservice comes character development. Better than the first season for sure.
Liked it more than the first, but that's really because of my taste in anime. I haven't read the manga, but I'm sure I'd have more negative things to say if I had. In hindsight, I would've liked to have seen a Moka x Tsukune kiss sometime during the series. Basically, it would've made the 13 eps. completely worth it.
Hey, if you liked the first season, but you just wanna feel giddy about relationship business, this one's for you.
Well god the story is this: A guy who is really not cool at all, has three hot chicks and a little girl lovin him. And he only likes one. He goes through random situations at a monster school.
I feel like its all filler, really.
And its an ecchi anime, itll have seens with ecchi. Then random they will start censoring things. You DO NOT censor anything in an ecchi anime unless its like hentai but not if its upskirt. Especially when they are hot sexy chicks.
No YOU DONT DO THAT!
The character is actually very good, the thing that ruins it is the main guy, hes
really not developed and doesnt have a unique personality at all.
My enjoyment is not that high, cause i dont know where they are going with this.
Really watch the first season. And save this at a time where you dont want to watch an anime where itll make you start having high expectation. Act like this is a Naruto filler except not as retarded and pointless!
In honesty I didn't think this was a good show, I felt like each episode had the same guidelines as the others. The characters personality was the same as any other harem/ecchi and to be honest the story is not thought out very well. Also, why do they stare at each other for so long, the amount of time they stare at each other is probably more than 2 good fight scenes WHY WOULD YOU FILL THE TIME LIKE THAT. I found some scenes funny and different but they seriously need to change it up a bit.
well there is not much to say about this anime ... if you have already seen the first season, but for those who haven't seen first season I strongly recommend watching season 1 :], and if possible just skim through the manga so that you see what's coming.
the story starts pretty random like the last season, a little too similar to you average slice of life comedy but i believe it should pickup like the manga. hopefully.
the art is very good, but so far those little bats censoring the partial nudity are getting annoying, not that i am a hentai or anything but
sometimes a little partial nudity is good.
the sound is ok... the opening song is good but the video for it is better. but i think this anime is missing the little "lalalalala lalala lala " from the first season lol.
the characters are the same ones from the firs season except for moka's little sister that dwells arround trying to fight moka, but in my opinion Mizore-chan it still the best :]
i give enjoyment a 10 because this anime is very easy to "fall for" The characters are lovely and very lively which makes the series very fun and easy to watch.
To be fair, this is not the worst manga-to-anime transitions i've ever seen but I could have expected better. Unlike the action manga series, this mainly focuses on more of a romantic-comedy ecchi base. Mainly to my dissapointment, is that it doesn't quite follow the manga story whatsoever. But overall it's okay but not so much exciting to watch. I would rather stick with the manga series.
Okay ummm, this wont be any in depth review...But in my opinion this was an incredibly painful series. This along with the first season played out in the same event format every time...(and i mean always)...the first 8-9 eps consist of Aono getting into trouble, tearing the rosary off Moka's chest....then as a result Moka saves the entire group...Now i understand this is a comedy but I think the variety of storyline in each episode made it such a drainer to sit through. Okay now in the last 2-3 eps of both seasons, its like they finally decide they want to be serious and have
a storyline.....and for once they decide 'Hey, maybe we will let Aono do one cool thing before we revert him back to his damsel in distress useless self'.
Now dont misunderstand, if they were going for this comedy without a plotline then its fine....But the fact they try to introduce something serious in the last moments of both seasons, makes me frustrated as too why I watched the first 9 useless episodes....Soooo yeah this is a pretty fresh review so I guess in contains some resentment over the forever repeating plotline of this show...But there u have it..."Rosario + Vampire" in a nutshell.
(Over Rating a 7, cause im giving it the benefit of the doubt, as possibly the fact that its a comedy excuses it from have a varied plotline in each episode -.- )
After enjoying the first R+ V , I picked this up with high hopes that it would continue to be as good, and it did an alright job of maintaining the standard. Having not read the manga I can't comment on how true to it it was, but the plot was again the basic harem plot and a continuation from the first series with an added character in Moka's sister, Kokoa. Overall, the plot wasn't as good as the first, a lot of the stories didn't seem to lead anywhere new, whereas in the first season the episodes felt like they were all leading somewhere.
artwork is still the same gonzo team that did the first and is still the same fantastic quality we have come to expect from them, the sound I'm marking down slightly on the first episode, mainly due to the overuse of irritating catch phrases, which seemed to appear just to disrupt the storyline in most places, still the same voice acters/esses are involved so the sound isn't changed from the first season.
The characters are all the same bunch from the first season with the additions of Kokoa and appearances from the mothers of the group, Ruby also appears a lot more in this season. This might have been OK, but a lot of the scripting for the newer characters made them annoying to watch, Kokoa especially was grinding my gears towards the end of it, and character development on Ruby was non existant, I was however glad that they did answer a few of my questions from the first season with Moka, all in all the characters were still fun to watch (Kokoa and Ruby aside).
I did enjoy the series, and its a very easy one to watch, it just suffers from the sequal hangover like so many anime titles seem to in that it just doesn't live upto its predecessor. Not to say that this doesn't give it a good go of it, definately worth a watch if you've been watching the first season, and for anyone new, watch the first season first!
While I did like this there is many, MANY plot holes and story elements they do not touch on or start to, but forget totally about it...the major one being the main character, Tsukune.
If you want this to make any sense, make sure to watch Rosario + Vampire before this one.
I was happy with how the first one ended; Tsukune was able to stay at the school because he was changed into a vampire and in the first 5 mins of the first episode on this one; his mom makes a comment about him not drinking raw water. This alone shows she knows; Despite
this however, through the rest of the series he shows no increase in ability and is referred to more or less as a human by the rest of the group and of course, for the rest of the series he still is unable to really fight. Why does this bother me so much? simple: they left out a huge plot point of development for the character.
He has already accepted the school is full of monsters and already accepted the girls defending him; however if they focused more on the fact that he is now a vampire rather than tossing in random episodes which, while funny provide no character or story build then the series would have been majorly better.
This show has made me feel so many different emotions over the few months i've been watching it, and i honestly think this is my favorite Harem/Romance/Action anime there is....
Anyways, starting with this story....The story continues from the first season, which was also really good. You have a lot of family drama here, as Moka's sister tries desperately to get her "real" big sister back, and on top of that, have many "little" stories here and there that doesn't really fit the main story line.... But again, being a Harem anime, there's a lot of what you would expect from that genre in this anime.
But that doesn't, in my opinion, make this any less-good. For the story overall, it's pretty solid, but could use more STORY, if you know what i mean.
I LOVE the artstyle for this anime, it's what i think about when i think of anime, and personally it's what brings me back to this series. But, not much else to say, it's all really nice "looking", heh, if you get me.
Sound is good, OP get's stuck in your head, but it's not that bad so i wouldn't worry. The English Dub, for both seasons is really good, and all the characters voices fits with them. Great job here.
So, being a harem anime you wouldn't expect there to be that many memorable characters, or even any character development at all. But this anime, like High School DXD, has really memorable characters, and personally they're some of my favorites. This anime really brings out very distinct personalities and feelings from each character, specially how a succubus DOESN'T use her powers to get Tsukune under her control, but yet, tries the "old fashion" style...and i like that. Like i said before, there are times when this anime does go way overboard with the fanservice, but deep down, this anime has very good character development, and memorable characters...
My overall enjoyment is just perfect. I LOVE this series and will rewatch it many times to come. But i am sad how this series doesn't have another season, i feel like they could renew this series and finish the fight between the four girls, i really wanna see who Tsukune picks, but i think it's pretty obvious. OVERALL, i love this series, and i personally think if you haven't seen it, you need to watch.
* This is my first time writing a review, so if you think i need to improve or something. Please don't hesitate to tell me *
So just by reading this review, im pretty sure that you have watched Rosario+Vampire 1 already, for obvious reasons. Therefore, you probably know a brief idea about the anime already. So im just gonna get started on what i like/dislike about this anime.
I have to say that the storyline of this anime is better than the first one however when i think about it.. it is kinda the same. Being a " inner-moka fan" i definitely liked this one better
than the first season because there are more scenes of the inner moka,and i also got to know more about her in this season. It was also really interesting and entertaining meeting new characters such as the girls parents and family. Also how these girls resemble their parents is just fun to watch, especially when they get into fights and all that.
Moving on to the Art, if u have watched the 1st season you will know that the art is amazing. The characters are all well drawn and the artist ( or whoever you call them) uses amazing colors in the anime which draws your attention and gives you a "WOW" feeling. For example when it is snowing.. the colors that they use is so amazing. It makes me want to be there and see it in real life ( i dont know if its weird to say this, its a magical feeling).
My favorite thing about this anime, is the soundtrack. Nana Mizuki has done such an awesome job with the song she sang.. i just love it! The director puts in songs at the right moment, not just randomly which is good. Anyway all the songs in this anime is just catchy and i ll promise you that you will find yourself downloading the soundtrack when u first listen to it.
The Characters are interesting, and im just kinda disappointed that they didnt show more of Kururumu or the others girls. And in my opinion the outer moka is sometimes to annoying. Some scenes that annoy the crap out of me it when Tsukune and Moka just have those random scenes where they stare at each other. And i also feel that some characters should have more scenes then some but alwells. Another thing that annoys me is when Moka's rosario gets taken off her and there's always this guy explaining what happens to moka when it gets taken off her. I understand why they would tell the audiences for the first time seeing and so, but telling us what was happening to her everytime Tsukune took the rosario off her whenever there was a fighting scene? was just too much.
In the end, i give it a 7/10 it wasn't a masterpiece however it wasn't bad. I just felt that they rushed the ending.. and they they shouldve made the storyline abit longer and give audiences some more intense fighting scenes ( but i have to say that fighting scenes in the first season is much more better than the 2nd season). So lets hope that they'll make another season that will be much better!!