Assassination Classroom S2 Review — C+

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It was a wise anime.

My feelings were pretty much the same as for the first season. I’ll add that this season got to be a bit more serious, but not overbearingly so. It still had that strange atmosphere  where it’s simultaneously pretty dark where they’re trying to murder their teacher but also quite light and childish. That’s not a bad thing— it’s probably better for the target audience— just that I’m not the target audience.

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Also, this season had a few standout episodes that were spectacular— mainly centering around Kayano.

  • Storytelling – C – Fuck the moon.
  • Voice – B – Somehow retains its innocence while featuring assassins.
  • Characters – C – They’re- how do I say? Idealized? Innocent?
  • Attention Grab – B – Kept my interest throughout.
  • Production – B – Looks good.
  • Overall – C+

Recommendations –GTO, Denpa Kyouishi

4 thoughts on “Assassination Classroom S2 Review — C+

    1. Yeah, someone told me on twitter too… it really seemed like it should have ended there. Oh well, probably just some epilogue next week.

  1. i have a brand new anime or manga featuring a thirteen year old orphan named Adam lee he lives in Tokyo Japan he lives in a orphanage ran by a church he later gets adopted by a mysterious old man who happens to be a wizard named Merlin he came from a different world called Elysium we see Merlin adopts Adam to be his son and Adam gets taken to live in a big fancy house belonging to Merlin that is in the other dimension of Elysium the world of Elysium’s largest city is called Delta universe city we see that the world of Elysium has seven continents with 195 countries and 61 territories and seven seas in this world like earth but in this world things commonly seen in fiction exist in this dimension and things from past present and future all share this dimension as well.

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