Genshiken, quite possibly one the weirdest series when it comes to the slice of life genre. This season is filled with them, but at least this one is funny and shows a lot of promise. It’s something I could actually watch with a smile on my face.
The artwork really matches the story. One can clearly tell that character expressions are very important when it comes to Genshiken Nidaime. Even I must honestly admit that I laughed a lot because of that.
I don’t think I need to tell anything about the story. There are very few people nowadays that don’t know about the Genshiken series. It’s all about manga, anime and how the characters in this show live with it.
It goes without saying that I recommend this show. I do advise you to get a bit caught up with earlier works, but I guess that’s option. This isn’t actually a continuation of anything, but it would be worth it to watch the earlier shows.
Plot Summary: Genshiken follows the lives of a group of college students drawn together by their shared hobbies, and the trials and adventures associated with being otaku. Genshiken Nidaime (“Second Generation”) is a continuation of the previous series, with chapter numbering starting at