Seikon no Qwaser II anime review

Seikon no Qwaser II anime review
Sasha is partnered with Hana as his new Maria. They infiltrate an all-girls academy, forcing Sasha to crossdress, in search of a Qwaser-related artifact called the Magdalena of Thunder which has appeared in one of the students. However, they have some competition in their search of it.

Seikon no Qwaser...Immidietly those words bring people to think "OMG TITTIES." Well, that's a good point. There are indeed lots of titties in Seikon no Qwaser and the second season is really no exception. Within the 12 episodes of this series, there was just as much if not MORE fanservice then there was in season 1. Well, that's enough about titties for now. Let's get on to the review itself.

Despite the large amount of tits and fanservice, Seikon no Qwaser's first season was actually a pretty good series after it got going. The second season did the opposite to that. Starting where the second season left off with Sasha and Hana transferring into an all girls academy, they are given the mission to locate the Magdalena of Thunder (Not sure if I got that right) by...You guessed it, having Sasha suck the Soma out of everyone at the academy. Ultimately, this sets up for a nice story arc, for exactly the first half of the series. This series started out much like the later arcs did in the first series; Quick n' Dirty. That's in fact a good thing though, creating a very good story arc for the first half of the series. Here's where most people's fault is though; The second half. The Second half is really just...nothing. It's just 6 episodes of absolute nonsense. While most people see this as a fault though, I really just saw it as filler preparing for what is Inevitable, that being a season 3. I personally enjoyed the relax and slow tempo of the second half of the series, feeling it was a nice break. It could have been done better, but it was still done well enough to be able to enjoy.

One of the big things in this series is the music. Many of the songs are the same as the first season; this again is not a problem though, as the soundtrack for the first series was amazing! This series adds to that sound track with, most notably a new Opening and Ending (Of course...) both of which are as good as the openings/endings in the first series. In all honestly, I hope for a 3rd season just for another godly set of OP/ED's.

The new cast of characters weren't that great. They don't really add anything special to the series as a whole, with only one or two returning during the second half of the series anyway. The main cast is still made up of those from the first season (Except Teresa.../wrists) but I loved the first season for the characters; So I was okay with this.

Overall, Qwaser II is a decent series. If you enjoyed the first, you're likely to enjoy at least the first half of this series. If you really are a fan though, you'll also enjoy the second half, and just like me be looking forward to a 3rd season!

Better than review, is a Trailer video of: Seikon no Qwaser II. Watch it now:
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