Character designs and backgrounds are detailed, colorful and bright. Everything usually remains on model.
Animation is a bit more consistent and less choppy than the first season. Fewer footage recycling and shortcuts are used.
Art direction has more flair and variety than the first season.
Everybody in the dub cast gives a stellar performance. The dub is accurate to the sub translation with some minor wording differences.
Sometimes succeeds at being very emotional and intense.
Main cast is very vibrant and likeable. The protagonists receive a good amount of screen time.
The vocal songs and both the opening and ending songs are great.
All the in-show vocal songs were translated into English and song by voice actor of the corresponding character.
Captures the comedic aspects of the manga perfectly. There is lots of breaking the fourth wall jokes, slapstick, raunchy humor, and overdramatic situations and reactions. Season two is even funnier than the first.
Fight scene in episode 7 is a highlight of the season.
Great packaging. The amaray case, slipcover, and discs have a matching beige and brown school motif. Amaray case has interior artwork.
CONS AND YOUR MILEAGE MAY VARY:
If you can't enjoy or look past fanservice and risqué humor very little of this show will appeal to you.
Often reuses the same gags.
The majority of the fight scenes are short and one-sided.
The shift between the comedic and serious is sometimes gradual and other times rapid.
It is an even looser adaptation of the manga than the first season. It only adapts parts of chapters 1 and 3 of part two of the mannga and chapters 35, 39, and 37 of part one.
Season two features mostly original stories which results in several storyline changes and anime-only characters. Some fans of the manga may feel the show takes far too many liberties.
Some of the characters are portrayed differently than their manga counterparts.
Even less violent and comedic in tone than the first season.
Even though the series has an ongoing story it might feel too episodic and repetitive for some viewers.
The non-vocal background music is fitting but ultimately forgettable.
The villains are one-dimensional and the protagonists sometimes come across as being too obsessed with their love interest.
Some instances where two characters are talking at once so the viewer has to put on subtitles in order to decipher what the other person said.
Students and faculty never seem to receive any disciplinary action despite constantly breaking school rules.
Extra features are extremely lacking in content. There is no production art, no Japanese promotional commercials, no interviews with voice actors, and no audio commentary. The only thing available is the textless versions of the opening and ending songs and a few trailers for other anime.