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Majisuka Gakuen 2 japanese drama review
Majisuka Gakuen 2
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by SuperShark
Jul 15, 2012
12 of 12 episódios vistos
No geral 10
História 10.0
Atuação/Elenco 9.0
Musical 10.0
Voltar a ver 10.0
So, after reading the other reviews here I felt obligated to write my own as this is one of my favorite shows. Many people consider the first Majisuka Gakuen (first season) to be better. I don't for many reasons, even though I loved the first one loads too. Let's start of by saying you shouldn't jump into this unless you've seen season 1. You could I guess, but alot would be lost on you in terms of relationships/characters and events. Why is this better then? Let me tell you what I think. The fighting is improved to start things off. Honestly not a major point for me, it was fine enough the first time around. As for the storyline, I felt that season 1 was basically a "Crows Zero" but with girls. It had alot of the same plot points. Majisuka 2 also had elements of Crows Zero 2, with schools fighting each other. But there was alot more to it than that. We get alot more character development from people like Gekikara and Nezumi (the two that lack it the most in season 1). They become real people instead of the over the top versions. And without spoiling anything I can say the school itself get's more internal trouble when the seniors from season 1 graduated. The focus is better for someting with such a large cast since instead of following a set main character, it switches alot more between different persons and that gives more understanding of the various people too. We get to understand the struggle of both the bad guys and the good guys and at the end of the day, everyone is likable in their own way. I can't really get in more on why I found Majisuka Gakuen 2 better than it's predecessor (and ultimately one of my favorite shows) without spoiling plot points and events. I can say however that it improved on nearly every aspect. As long as you don't go into it expecting it to be the same as season 1. Oh, and did I mention there is no Daruma? That alone earns it an extra point. Sidenote: You don't have to know anything about AKB48 going into this series. I didn't, and love it!
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