The anime didn't include much action as I expected coming off from having watched the previous 13 episodes.
To me it felt, as if it were either episodes that were closing the entire "season" or just full fledged fillers.
With that said, I'd rate the story: 6
The storyline in the first 13 eps were flowing acceptably, but the next two eps seemed to be filled with fillers with an ending that was too calm. The height of the story could have involved all of the girls in the crew in a state of frenzy, I was somewhat disappointed that it only focused on one of the girls which made the rating only fair, rather than all of them working together in a different scenario as I would have liked to have seen happen.
The art didn't bother me at all- seemed normal for viewing (with a bit of blurry drawing in some scenery here and there), obviously the first season had better animation and contrast, but Teatrino was viewable and I didn't have a problem with the artwork other than the fact that I might have been spoiled by the first Gunslinger Girl production.
It was the same old same old. The only thing that I somewhat enjoyed was the opening theme song from the first 13 episodes.. but seeing how these episodes were #14 and #15, there were no theme songs, but music inside the animations which didn't seem to stand out (they just passed me by as it played in the background) as soothing or catchy.
I enjoyed the character interaction when watching each of them transform and several characters learning to be accepting and respectful of others as well as their past grudges.
However, I would have liked to see the character's inner expressions more rather than the obvious repeat of how they've been feelng on the outside- it may have been that the characters were too calm in a way and may have left a bored feeling (not too bored but something felt empty).
Nevertheless, I do enjoy the series and if there was a third season by any chance, I would continue to watch it. Something about this strikes me as more than just interesting.
Overall: 7 read more