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Rosario + Vampire - Capu2 (Season 2)

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Tsukune, Moka and the rest of the gang return for another year at Yokai Academy—where the supernatural student body rules the school! Tsukune’s a real slacker in the human world, but in the monster realm he scores an A+ as a high school heartthrob. Keeping up with a hellacious bunch of hot demon girls has its perks, but Moka’s bratty little sister could burst the love bubble. His pain is her pleasure—and if the tart has her way, Tsukune can kiss Moka’s sweet side goodbye. Family values take new meaning when a MILF fight breaks out on campus, too. So forget what you know about home-economics class, because these ghouls gone wild always cook up trouble!

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4.0 out of 5 stars Daisuke! Mizore Jan. 20 2011
Sorry to anyone if I misspelled the first word. Anyways I know that it has yet to be released but I guarantee that this is a good show, while it does not follow the manga very well it is done very good and has quite possibly one of my favourite anime episodes in it. Heck I plan on pre-ordering it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Loved this series Dec 24 2013
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My wife and I loved this series. i would recommend it to anyone! its like a classic anime with a modern twist. enough fan service to make anyone happy.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining Final For The Anime Series Dec 29 2011
By Rich(Anime&Games Will Always Prevail!) - Published on Amazon.com
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The second season starts off with a smash,mostly because it's caused by a new character Kokoa Moka's younger sister who has arrived at Yokai academy to try and reunite with her long lost sister. The problem starts that Kokoa has no knowledge that Moka's powers and true personality has been sealed and a more demure and friendly outer personality is in control of the physical body. At first Kokoa has an intense dislike bordering on hatred for Moka but after a fight and when the seal rosary is removed realizes what has happened. Thus we now have Kokoa trying to undo the rosary seal and permanently free the inner Moka for good, the hijinx this causes are humorous and endearing but also pretty much standard in some animes as well. Of course the series still has Tsukune and his group of female admirers though his heart is set on Moka and so we'll also get our usual harem hijinx in a few episodes as well. The series animation and soundtrack are great and while most of the cast for the dubbed and subbed were great the dubbed actress for Kokoa could have made her sound a little less annoying. So if you already got the first set then complete this enjoyable series with this second set too.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars ROSARIO VAMPIRE FUMUFFU???? March 15 2012
By Anime Lover - Published on Amazon.com
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As a fan of the manga I got this and season one at the same time and watched both of them. While I mostly enjoyed it (especially the opening music number), there were so many things that did not make this season two, more like a filler between seasons like they did with Full Metal Panic. While seeing Moka's sister was funny, and also was happy to see the Mothers of the girls episode and the season one return home episode (end of season one in the manga), i think they went too far off the story line with this season, mixing some of season one with the first 2 books of season two. add to the fact that Ruby is regaled to a minor character status and the changes about the great seal situation just did not sit well with me (though I did enjoy watching inner moka trying to still be one of the group). Then the ending really made no sense.

Still it gets at least a B- with over the top humor, and fan service of the first season. Hopefully the producers will read some of these and make a real season 2 and stay more on the story of the manga (even if it gets darker).
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good follow up Oct. 18 2012
By KevinB - Published on Amazon.com
Tsukune failed his entrance exam. Luckily he was able to get into 1 school. He finds out that it is a school for youkai (monsters). On the way to his new school he meets a vampire girl named Moka. She's very self conscious from living in the human world through middle school. She quickly begins to cling to Tsukune. He also manages to attract a succubus named Kurumu, a snow woman named Mizore, and a little witch named Yukari. All 3 of these cute girls are all about him and fight like crazy people to win his affection. The problem he faces is his humanity. If he is discovered to be human he will be killed. The only other person that knows is Moka, but Moka is loving and loyal enough to keep his secret.

This season begins with all the characters going back for 2nd year. This time Tsukune meets Moka's sister, Kokoa, on his way to school. She's a feisty brat, and she's determined to remove Moka's seal and get her "real" sister back. There are also 2 episodes that involve Kurumu and Mizore's mothers. There just older versions of their daughters.

There is a descent amount of nudity in this season, unlike the 1st. So it's probably more of an R rating. There is not much of a difference as far as the animation and flow of the series is concerned. Thankfully, all of the voice actors have returned. I think they do a good job. I have seen rumors of a 3rd season, and I hope they are true. At the end of this season Moka tells Tsukune that he will be having to choose one of the girls very soon. That leads me to believe that a 3rd is likely. The popularity of this anime in Japan is also very large.

Overall this is a great harem anime with cool characters and lots of laughs. I really enjoyed it and I hope you do too!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This series Rocks! March 26 2012
By Robert M. - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought the second season right after I finished the first. I found that the second season had more fan service and a little more adult themes including full breasts. I still enjoyed the stories and liked how the characters developed. I finished it and searched for season 3 to no avail. The ending if you can call it that seemed to be left unfinished and from what I could find the manga goes much farther into the characters giving them more depth. I was surprised that there wasn't a third series in the works and several sites were waiting and emailing anyone they could for information. I have never bought manga before but this series makes me want to give it a try just to see how it all ends. I liked the show and would love a third season but I take what I can get. It a good watch if you like fun and light hearted anime.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Enjoyable Dec 6 2011
By Kurono Alien - Published on Amazon.com

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.


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.
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