The introduction of Kate was the bit I liked most, but that's mostly as a person who has read some of the source material wanting to see how they did it. The repeating of the 'getting Sena to read out some salacious game text' had me rolling my eyes a bit and wondering why they were wasting anime frames. Overall I'm less than enthused about how season two has gone so far.Haganai NEXT had a notable improvement from its first episode, even if it's just by falling back to one of its core strengths, the media parodies. The other half of the episode was less convincing, with an addition to the cast I'm not sure about, and a conversation about tests that just kinda peters out.
Indeed. It's light fare, to be certain, but a fun one. The characters are engaging, the story isn't entirely recycled cliches, the animation is pretty good for what's obviously a low budget show, and the fanservice isn't disruptively heavy handed. While it's not one I'd try to push on an infrequent anime watcher, I'm hopeful that it will be entertaining enough to watch through the whole season.Mondaiji Tachi's second episode was fun, but I really can't wait to see when things start going truly insane.
And if she had she and everyone else would have regretted it, since the student council had very good reasons for doing what they did. And of course the role wasn't much of a stretch given Miho's background; she hated panzerfahren because of the way her family practiced it, not because of anything to do with the art itself, and Anzu's just the sort to recognize that fact and capitalize on it.It's just one of my bugbears. "I'll force you to do something for my benefit and you'll end up loving it." When it turned up and Girls Und Panzer, I was shouting at the screen for Miho to tell the Student Council to go fuck themselves.