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Score: 7.70/10

3D Kanojo: Real Girl 2nd Season [DUB]

Alt Title : 3D Girlfriend 2nd Season

JP Title : 3D彼女 リアルガール第2シーズン

Year : 2019

Genre : Romance, School, Shoujo

Season : Winter 2019

Status : Complete

Rating : PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Episodes : 12/12

Duration : 22 min. per ep.

Studios : Hoods Entertainment

Synopsis

Second season of 3D Kanojo: Real Girl.

Honestly, the sequel season of 3D Kanojo is SOOO much better as compared to when it first started, and it finally managed to finish showcasing its manga source material right down to its (close) exact end. Which brings up the first point: If you have watched Season 1 and got burned by it at the very end, I can assure you that Season 2 right here will be more of the same, but with the difference being great reward being persistent in favor to see the (true) ending.

In this sequel season, we continue on with the lives of the 3 (friends turned) couples: Iroha and Tsutsui, Ayado and Itou, and finally Ishino and Takahashi. Starting off with the irregular pair that is Iroha and Tsutsui, what we’ve come to learn from Season 1, isn’t exactly what these 2 seemingly mismatched people are truly about. As both Iroha and Tsutsui (finally) really prepare for adulthood, a lot of things are of concern, mainly how Tsutsui manages his love life with maturity, and from the coming out of his otaku personality, to learning how to seal himself as a confident person in front of his friends. This a major plus in character development for Tsutsui, and I dare say it’s a hell of a job well done. Likewise for Iroha, as she detracts from Tsutsui more and more as each day passes, it’s typical to see her from being the assertive girlfriend to being of one that unfortunately with her circumstances, begin to act very irrationally. It is at this point where Tsutsui’s development really shines in the relationship, and helps Iroha get back up on her feet, and I can live with that. With more maturity and a sound mind, this relationship (to me) has finally become a full circle, even when Iroha has but only a short time to live, with Tsutsui taking full responsibility for her growth.

Oh, and a special mention and props goes to Tsutsui’s parents, as both Mom and Dad (his mum, most of the time) helped him out in making rational choices that would not only help him re-examine the relationship but also solve the small grudges behind it.

Continuing on, the weirdness relationship that is Itou and Ayado. Unfortunately, Season 1 really didn’t spare enough time and plot to let the (another) mismatched friendship develop, and this season right here picks up where it is left off abruptly, albeit really giving this couple a chance to showcase their chunkfulness of weirdo vibes, that with such circumstances, it is still warrant of a relationship. I’d never thought that I will see the light of day with Itou being one step ahead of Tsutsui (granted that was foreshadowed and did happen in the manga), with more of his shyful feelings becoming more of a scenario of a growing teenager to a young adult. Same goes to Ayado as well, as the even more shy lady get more character development in the form of being bold about her feelings and not passing any opportunities up. From strength to strength, this couple still irks me, but it’s fine as now finally, they can stand above their adversaries.

The (unexpected) friendship-to-relationship that is both Ishino and Takahashi. For the longest time ever since the happenings in Season 1, both Ishino and Takahashi were wingmans in the name of…(sorry *ahem*), love. Ishino, as far as I know her, has been steadily on the rise ever since her disregard for the main couple (that is Tsutsun and Iroha), but eventually came to terms with that and even developed herself as a girlfriend model to Takahashi (of course which he jokingly and with wit disapproves, but finally agrees). Takahashi on the other hand, he was a jerk throughout most of the journey here, but due to the complicated issue of sibling relationship (where his sister is in a relationship with Tsutsui’s younger brother), this is where he saw Tsutsui as a threat, but even the midst of such a trivial matter, even he learned how to see relationships as not just a burden, but as an essential way to help fare his emotions with Ishino as well.

So, with decent to great character development, the sequel here does its explanation and narratives justice, that has been kept up from Season 1, and make up for majority of the settings portrayed here. A job well done, I’d say.

And also, a BIG shout-out and thank you, Hoods Entertainment, for listening to our worries about Season 1’s obscene quality, and the time that your staff spent in flourishing the sequel here finally gives us some form of justice to the series. And honestly, it’s a deal breaker to finally now see the comparisons between the former (last year) and the latter (this season), and majority (?) can agree that everything the studio has reworked on, sends the message that “To you, the fans of 3D Kanojo, we’re adamantly sorry, we’ll try to fix this problem and deliver better.” really showcases some of the best quality that it has to offer. With even better art and consistent animation, they can really try to their best abilities, and the 6 months worth of time in-between seasons finally nails the (good) coffin was not for naught.

The OST here takes what’s good about Season 1, and makes it better. Sure, the BGM sounds the same, but this time, we get another OST that still looks and sounds good. Granted, I still prefer Season 1’s choice of music, but what’s here doesn’t detract from the experience, and as a whole, still is a treat to listen to.

With that, 3D Kanojo the series (with the manga source counterpart) is fully adapted from start to finish. Factoring in Season 1, it isn’t really the best of startups but as time passes, the enjoyment outweighs the frustrations as both characters and animation really bring out the accommodating and noteworthy features. And…I hate to say this, but if you’re intending to watch this, obviously go for the subpar premiere season first, then come back to the much-improved sequel. It will be slow as compared to many romance stories out there, so be patient with it.

The Second Season of 3d Kanojo well, to be honest it really was a fast paced but really well done both story and animation wise to be precise. The life of our Mc otaku tsutsun continues with his new relationship with Iroha, the prettiest and popular girl in school with the timeline of the 6 months where she is supposedly leaving the school. Quite a decent interesting setup for a romance series There was a lack of character development in the first season,but its quite satisfyingly covered this season with the plot and to be honest the “intensity” of this season (a lot of things happen in each episode) comes from season one doing an great job setting up the characters and their scenarios. Starting off with our two MC's. Tsutsun, our introvert otaku who still is struggling with his introvert problems and ability to stand for himself in the school,social circle and mainly his relationship with iroha. During this season.The events in the plot quite transformed him surprisingly, not only he matured as a teenager who can understand people, relationships better and take the effort to converse and interact out of his comfort zone & succeeding.Also step up as a matured responsible man and as a really good partner for iroha, which was really great to see. Now Iroha,she didn't much of a good connection in the relationship with tsutsun, in the earlier season nor any development in the character, but her good judgement of character and the way she actually grows her affection towards tsutsun and also supports him in various situations including family and personal matters, really upgrades her status as a girlfriend in this season. Their relationship progresses in a normal, but sweet and quite delightful manner,with bit of drama and little ups & downs, which is enjoyable to watch, but at the same time the foreshadowing of the fact that it will only last for 6 months kind of cuts it down.But it also creates the curiosity and a bit of excitement in store for the viewers to see how the story will pan out with the happy or the monotonous sad ending. Now the other four supporting characters which were relevant to the series and their relationship story, well that had quite a development too. First of all Ito and Ayado, their friendship cum relationship transformation was quite a bit forced in the series to be honest,as both are otaku's their bonding was quite natural and understandable. but i feel they should have been given a bit more time and development for their relationship. time for their relationship development. Individually Ito had also great development, similar to tsutsun but much faster. He actually was the first one to show development, from the shy boy to a grown teenager, both mentally and physically if you know what i mean. Ayado well her character development was just being more open with her feelings and expressing them in a shy but bold way,pretty much that's all there is to her. Then comes our best Girl Ishino, the best support character, the only actual comedian of the series and wingman, have been praying for some decent screen time and plot for her. Wasn't disappointed. Not only did she continue with her great supporting performance, but also had good development as far as making herself recognized as a best girlfriend potential to actually valuing herself more and improving her life choices including guys. For Takanashi, he was another surprise, from being the asshole of the first season, he quite showed us his another side,as a responsible son, brother, a actual caring friend (ofc he doesnt like to show it), and for the first time actually started valuing and caring for ishino while playing the tsundere trope and keeping his snobbish attitude. Their love hate relationship with the drama is quite annoying at times especially from Takanashis side, but is bearable and worth to watch as it has its moments. Another good and noticeable thing about the series is that, even other side characters had decent involvement with their own backstory scenes and bit of development in the story, like the siblings of tsutsun & takanashi and also Tsutsuns parents which played quite a decent role into the plot progression. Hoods entertainment actually took good amount of rework measurements and increased the production quality this time, in contrary to the first season, which was really not worthwhile. The animation and art style are pretty decent with contrasting bright themed colors. Especially the Opening and the ED which have nice relaxing visuals and color play. Same goes for the sound, i liked both the Op and especially the ed as whenever any episode ends on a dramatic note the Ed plays up which quite fits nicely. The OST are also pleasant and heartwarming and adapt quite well with romantic and some emotional scenes.Really well done. The Va's did quite well with the delivery of dialogues and speeches, especially tsutsuns and iroha's. Overall i would say this is quite a normal but a nice romantic series to watch, it quite presents the journey of a teenager life, high school life, friendships. usual life problems,including struggles of a introvert (otakus especially),starting of love life including confessions,the usual good relationship moments and struggles, somethings which the viewer can relate to at a personal level. The plus point to this is that with the foreshadowing of a a limited time of 6 months with the two Mc's you get the vibe of "Your lie in April" feeling. At the start it wont be that relevant, but at the few end episodes of the series it will be a nice roller coaster of emotions and drama. So be really patient, because its really worth the watch,it has its nice moments,emotions & good scenes,so do enjoy it.

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