If you watched the first season, the sequel is more of the same. Only without even the pretense of having a purpose. It seemed like three quarters of this show was playing dress up and generally pandering to the audience. Now, to be clear, I have nothing against playing dress up and pandering to the audience. But when that’s all your show is about, there’s a problem. The last season had a lot of pandering as well, of course. But the focus was squarely on the humor, and the first season also nominally had some sort of plot. Here, rather than coming up with new jokes, they just increased everyone’s breast size and reduced the amount of clothing. It’s not the same. There were two new characters, both of whom contributed essentially nothing to the story. The show did still have its funny moments though. So it wasn’t a total loss. Still, I wouldn’t recommend going out of your way to watch this unless you absolutely loved the first season. Even then, you may want to think twice about diluting your good memories.
- Storytelling – F - What story? There was less of a focus on the jokes as well.
- Voice – C - Can be wacky and absurd when it wants to (which was infrequently).
- Characters – C - The old characters continued to be excellent, although there were some inconsistencies (particularly Seras). The new characters were frankly crap.
- Attention Grab – D – I can’t say it kept my attention like the first season did. Too much pointless breast wiggling and such.
- Production – C - Seemed about average.
- Overall – D+
Recommendations – Ichiban Ushiro no Daimao, Isekai no Seikishi Monogatari