Unless, of course, a certain semi-demonic princess can apply a little of her Develukean Whoop Ass to exactly that portion of certain other heavenly bodies! I hope this review will help those who are struggling to make a decision. Or despite disliking the first season Darkness , you, for some reason, are still interested. Conversely, the ending, in this season, is far better. Maybe he hasn't thought about it until he was 7 or 8, but to ask someone to suddenly change their life values and beliefs in just two years seems improbable. If harem-based ecchi comedies are up your alley, this is a pretty easy recommendation. Overall 10 Story 10 Animation 10 Sound 10 Character 10 Enjoyment 10 welp i just finished watching to love ru-darkness 2nd and the specials. Additionally, more girls are added to the Harem Plan; furthermore, the characters who, originally, never knew about the plan provide their views on the subject.
Kawada's Garden is amazing; if you have some extra time, I recommend listening to the full version as well. Surprisingly, a fair amount of minor characters gets center stage including Yui Kotegawa and Rin Kujou. The plethora of characters from previous To Love Ru seasons return with the addition of even more characters; I've honestly forgotten some of the more minor characters, and don't expect the show to remind you who they are. The show still has a decent amount of action thanks to former assassins Mea and Yami. Lastly, I am a huge fan of the series, but I've never read the manga.
As for character development, I think it's rather realistic that Rito's personality hasn't radically changed. The girls won at least two episodes prominent with Rito, showing why they like him and each showing a different way of acting. Momo: I believe Momo is a character that does not need to change personality wise. Still, it's exciting to see that the Harem Plan may not be as perfect as Momo makes it out to be. By now, Rito is the king of accidents and always ends up touching or smelling things that require almost constant god rays.
Honestly, had I not enjoyed the show as much as I did, I'd give this season a 6. As close encounters of the twisted kind between the residents of the planet Develuke represented primarily by the female members of the royal family and the inhabitants of Earth represented mainly by one very exhausted Rito Yuki continue to escalate, the situation spirals even further out of control. After 70+ episodes, there is little character and plot development; for example, much of the content in each episode addressing the entire series is Rito stumbling or slipping while female characters are conveniently nearby which results in a perverted scene. All of which is certain to make Rito's life suck more than a black hole at the family picnic. If you liked Momo in Darkness season 1, I think you'll appreciate her role here as well. Only the light of love can hope to banish the shadow.
Despite being a ecchi he can have a good story without disturbing anything, showing the history and how each girl feel about Rito. Unfortunately, it's just about that point that Yami, the Golden Darkness, enters the scene with all the subtleness of a supernova, along with an army of possessed high school students! The early episodes are generally mainly episodic, emphasizing either one of Lala's inventions gone wrong or focusing on a particular girl. Alternatively, why not get rid of ads forever by upgrading your account to Premium? One of my biggest issues with the character, however, is his passive personality. Again, the theme is friendship. Enjoyment: 10 As I've said before, I'm a huge fan Momo and Yami fan of the series, so much that I ended up watching the first four uncensored episodes and finished the rest of it along with the specials in one sitting. And if you didn't like any of these characters before, you might like them now.
That said, if you watch the specials episode 13 and 14 which conclude the season , Rito does something quite surprising and out of character not because he's drunk or anything like that; it's intentional. Many people criticized for not having the same story of the first season, talking about marriage, but the story of Darkness has its purpose and is essential to the history of marriage continue to succeed. Sound: 9 I know I compare a lot, and unfortunately, I'm doing it here again. In this review, I will explore this season's strengths and weaknesses. Her presence in the story is what drives a lot of these character actions in the second season. He's sixteen; marriage, falling in love, and managing the entire universe are things that most teenagers would never think too deeply about at that age. Aki Toyosaki still gives a great performance as Momo though sister Kanae Itou as Nana gives her a run for her money with an emotional performance.
Art: 9 Compared to the very first season of To Love-Ru, the art has significantly improved I'm sure many of you reading this know that already. All in all, not too shabby of a run with decent entertainment value throughout, and I don't just mean the ecchi parts. For this reason, you really have to love the characters to continue loving this show. She has some great moments this season. By simply adding AnimeLab to your ad-blocker's whitelist you'll be ensuring that we can keep streaming free anime. On the other hand, Princess Momo's Harem Plan stands on shaky ground amidst Rito's inability to confess to his longtime crush Haruna, who has grown feelings of her own.
Nonetheless, the show retains semblances of its roots, be it ridiculous inventions by Lala or Haruna's inability to confess her feelings. I will say though that I have no idea how Nana tucks all that long hair into her tiny twin tails, it must be a gravitational anomaly or something. Moreover, the original heroines Lala and Haruna feel all but sidelined as the focus shifts towards Momo, Nana, and a new generation of harem members. . Nana also gets a bit more love to balance out with Momo.