Ah yes. So this is back, is it? Well, I did enjoy the first season. Perhaps not enough for me to start writing about it, but certainly enough to see it through to the end. The main reason I kept watching is because I kept hoping that something would happen between the main characters.
The artwork is still the same. It’s not amazing but it’s not bad either. It’s good. The characters look alright and the level of detail is more than satisfactory. Sure, there are some points that I would’ve like to have seen improved, but those are just minor things.
The story is what clinches the sale. It’s an interesting story that makes you keep watching because you keep expecting something. In season one that never happened and I doubt it’s going to happen in season two, but I’ll just have to wait and see.
Do I recommend it? I’m sure comedy fans will love this sort of thing. It’s filled with it. There’s also a hint of romance, but the problem with that is that nothing really happens.
Plot Summary: Hachiman Hikigaya is an antisocial high school student with no friends or girlfriend and as a result has a distorted view on life. When he sees his classmates talking excitedly about their adolescent lives, he mutters, “They’re a bunch of liars.” When he is asked about his future dreams, he responds, “Not working.” A teacher gets Hachiman to join the volunteer “service club,” which happens to have the school’s prettiest girl – Yukino Yukinoshita.