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Score: 7.73/10

Isekai Quartet 2nd Season

Eng Title : Isekai Quartet2

JP Title : 異世界かるてっと 第2期

Year : 2020

Genre : Comedy, Fantasy, Parody

Season : Winter 2020

Status : Complete

Rating : PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Episodes : 12/12

Duration : 11 min. per ep.

Studios : Studio PuYUKAI

Synopsis

Despite completing all the tasks given to them, Ainz Ooal Gown, Tanya Degurechaff, Kazuma Satou, Subaru Natsuki, and the other members of Class 2 are surprised to find out that their role as students is far from over. With no means of returning home, the class of eccentric personalities is still mysteriously stuck in the unfamiliar world. Although, as they are becoming quite fond of each other, spending more time together does not sound that bad. With the unexpected arrival of new transfer students, the comedic antics of our beloved characters continue to grow. Thus, their bizarre yet nonchalant school life continues.

Anime franchise crossovers aren’t entirely unknown; see 2015’s Infini-T Force for a recent example. However, this 12-minute series easily surpasses its predecessors as possibly the most ambitious anime crossover ever, as it takes four of the most popular isekai franchises of the past few years and combines not just their protagonists but the entire core casts of all four series into one grand chibi-fied affair. That’s probably because the source novels for all four titles are published by the same company (Kadokawa), but even so, the sheer audacity of this stunt is staggering.

It’s also a brilliant conceptual move. Director/writer Minoru Ashina has essentially pulled the ultimate “meta” play by creating an isekai story about isekai stories, where characters who have been transported to another world are transported to yet another world. Just as amazingly, it looks like this wacky idea is going to work out. The first episode shows how three of the four groups feel about ending up in this situation; Tanya sees this as a stunt by Being X, for instance. The episode also allows characters from each series to demonstrate their viewpoints and idiosyncrasies; Ains plays the cautious info-gathering game but also quickly evaluates the KONOSUBA lot as having inferior equipment; Kazuma and crew debate whether or not they should attack the obvious monsters in the Overlord crew; Emilia sees the whole situation as a chance to make a bunch of new friends, and so forth. There’s also a small underlying mystery afoot in why the generals from Saga of Tanya the Evil seem to know what’s going on while playing the teacher roles, but the episode ends before they get to detail their circumstances.

Frankly, the reasoning behind all of this doesn’t matter much. The concept and casts present are absolutely loaded with potential for all kinds of fun interactions as different backgrounds and perspectives clash, and the chibi-fied designs and simple animation go a long way toward keeping things refreshingly goofy. If the creative staff can maintain a balance that keeps everyone involved in the chaos that’s certain to ensue, then this could be one of the most entertaining anime romps in a long time. It sounds like they’ve even brought back the full voice casts for each series too. The one catch is that it looks like you’ll have to be more than passingly familiar with all four franchises to fully appreciate the show; the Overlord parts reference events from the third anime season, and all of the Re:Zero anime has to be seen to fully understand what those characters are talking about. As someone who’s done episode reviews for all four franchises, this series is a dream come true. You can also free Isekai Quartet 2nd Season anime watch online and free download.

MORE ISEKAI, MORE QUARTET, QUINTET? Isekai Quartet 2 continues where the first season leaves off from where we get a new member to join their class being....Chomosuke..you know the cat from KonoSuba. Yeah as a little bait and switch, the cast of Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari are actually in another homeroom than them but they occasionally make cameos more or less, so in a ways, Isekai Quartet's title still seems aligned to it. Now the Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari cast mostly Naofumi gets the homages to the series he's in while Raphtalia and Filo interacts alot more often with the core 4 cast at that too. The only problem LA sees is that because of Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari cast's bit part in this season their screentime is rather slim, you know even though their suppose to be the new cast members in all this but nonetheless good cameos all in all and another defense is that a cast filled with FIVE anime casts together and all of them trying to get equal screentime was a tightrope and a half to pull off, so LA could see why Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari got the bit part cameos more than not, still wished Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari cast got more screentime though. Now Isekai Quartet 2 is back to their usual hijinks and cross-referencing animes with the huge amount of cast members and from that Isekai Quartet 2 pulls more from ReZero, KonoSuba, Overlord and Youjo Senki's minor cast, the biggest one being Betelgeuse from ReZero and he's mostly in the Valentines episode because...AI!. Even with some of these small to large changes, the comedy is still up to par thankfully due to the huge roster of characters it can pull comedy from as well as referencing and alluding to animes at the same time and again seeing more cross anime character interactions is awesome to say the least. The animation once again by Studio PuYUKAI and really once again it's the same animation style and consistency as the first season sooo not much to speak of there, good job really from Studio PuYUKAI. The voice cast is even bigger now but incomes even more voice actors doing MULTIPLE voice roles, with once again Rie Takahashi as Megumin and Emilia, Yuusuke Kobayashi as Subaru and Warren Grantz, Yumi Uchiyama as Puck and Mare and now Asami Seto as Raphtalia and CZ Delta from Overlord. Due to this, amazing voice cast what else? Though the Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari cast do get some form of cameo appearance is a few episodes, the BIGGEST cameo surprise was that small cameo of SEIYA and RISTARTE FROM Shinchou Yuusha: Kono Yuusha ga Ore Tsueee Kuse ni Shinchou Sugiru in Episode 11 which again was the biggest surprise in terms of cameos. The finale shows off the the majority if not ALL the core cast all in the limelight which was great and all the while nudging to anime allusion tied to the characters that Isekai Quartet knows has been doing for 2 seasons. Overall a great finale for this season even if the result leaves it as the status quo (as it were). Isekai Quartet 2 is all the more the same as the first season, bringing in allusions and references to the anime that the characters are in and massively blends them up in increasingly wacky ways. If your a fan of all these isekai's and wants to see them interact, then Isekai Quartet 2nd Season is a no brainer to watch, let alone this season hinting at what the greater goal of this "world" is about, all the while MOSTLY giving us comedic hijinks with these 4 now 5 isekai casts mingling with one another being the biggest draw factor to this season (though the first season did this too). With that surprise Shinchou Yuusha: Kono Yuusha ga Ore Tsueee Kuse ni Shinchou Sugiru cameo, wonder who else might be in Isekai Quartet?...Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken cast for Isekai Quartet 3 maybe?.

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