Salutations Haunters of the night. It’s time for another G-View. The lighthearted lesbian club returns for more action, adventure and drama all taking place in the confines of a fangirl with glasses’ mind. This is Yuru Yuri season 2.
Here’s the season 1 review.
Genres: comedy, slice of life
Themes: school life, yuri
Number of episodes: 12
Plot Summary: A mini-goddess is born and blesses the land of blossoming girls seeking the embrace of one another. Two tsundere lovers in denial struggle against many boundaries to remember the bond beyond reality they share, and the dark lord makes its presence known.
The anime universe needs more deities like her.
This season had one theme and that was: “Hey,last season was mostly about TOSHINO KYOUKO, (Not really but bare with me) Ayano and the main three, right? This time, let’s give the secondary characters the spotlight, especially a certain booby monster and her brain dead “rival”…oh, and let’s also remind the fans who the REAL main character is. I assume that’s how the script meeting went down.
Tsundere lovers in denial. Get used to seeing a lot from these two and LOVE IT!
The animation and music are identical to the 1st season. I will say the 1st season’s OP is still the best song in the series.
Aside from who got the spotlight this season, not much else has changed. The girls visit the same locations as last time and some jokes are recycled but still feel fresh, regardless. The enjoyment of this season depends on what it is viewers wanted to see more, or less of. One thing is for sure, if you liked the 1st season and wanted to see more from the secondary characters, this season will more than satiate your thirst for boob monsters and brain dead sidekicks becoming closer and closer…and super special appearances that should not be ignored.
I apologize for not having much to say this time, but this is one of those “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” type of comedies. There isn’t much I can add that I haven’t already said in my review of the previous season. There are, however, more heartwarming moments this time.