Date A Live II Blu-ray/DVD
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About Date A Live II Blu-ray/DVD
This Date A Live II collection contains episodes 1-10.
Shido and his assembly of adorable aliens are back in the second season of this sci-fi rom-com romp!
Itsuka Shido was a once a normal high schooler. But after a spacequake started by an armored girl rocked his world, life was never the same. Tohka, the extra-cute extraterrestrial continued to wreak havoc until Shido sealed her powers with a loving kiss.
For a guy whose kiss can seal a Spirit, Shido’s still not great with the ladies. In addition to the sealed Spirits he already must appease, he’s got three more beautiful girls with volatile powers vying for his attention. And with a mysterious organization on the hunt for Tohka, the DEM’s various attempts to subdue Fraxinus, and a new lady loving Spirit, Shido can kiss his normal life goodbye!
Special Features: Episode Commentaries, News Flash, Textless Songs, U.S. Trailer, Trailers.
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.
- Publisher: FUNIMATION
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy, Science Fiction
- Themes: Harem
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 280
- Release Date: 3/22/2016
- Weight: 0.5
Ratings & Reviews
Not steller but not Bad
Visually this series again does very well... but the plot seems to falter..
I'm coming into this after just watching the 1st Season and it honestly feels like this series seems to stumble around abit in relation to plot progression. The first season seemed to have a very strong build up and ended on a cliff hanger..
2nd season focuses on introducing more Spirits and asking more questions rather then answering any of the ones left from the first season. I am hoping that the Date A Live movie actually answers some questions.. time will tell.
If you liked the first season.. then the 2nd season will probably be enjoyable... if you didn't like the first season.. then pass on this one.
Another Season of Intergalactic Harem
Don't let the star rating fool you, I love the show, and I'm really happy we finally got the English release for the second season. But, there is one HUGE glaring flaw. This is not the uncut version of the season. Other than that If you liked the first season you will not be disappointed with the next season. The story line is exceptional, the new characters makes the story exciting and comical. I'm glad that it was released on a Blu-ray and DVD combo pack.
One step back
Anime is ok, but compare to the first season, it feels like it took a step back. Personally World God Only Knows is better anime with similar themes.
Great follow up
by BRIAN -
If you enjoyed the 1st season , you'll love this one!
It adds more depth too the existing characters from season 1 as well as introducing new spirits and enemies. It ended on a note where they left it open for a potential new season.
For an added bonuses it DOES include the OVA.
by Chris -
I waited a while for the english release to the anime. Just as good as the first season in my eyes. My only real complaint is that this did not get a limited edition release. :( Other than that this anime is worth looking into if you liked the first season.
by will -
decent follow up but the ova should be included with the Blu ray
Nice now where is that movie or more stuff?
by RoloLikesAnime -
Pretty good series overall but I do have to agree that some of the issues or stuff mention in season 1 was not all covered or season 2 felt like it was less darker than season 1. They kinda slowed it down a bit and gave some fan service or too much comedy and not enough of the main story. Definitely good for us date live fans though and a bargain in terms of price and value.
I Only paid 30$ with free shipping along with other funimation stuff. Compared to the japanese raw blurays they cost 70$ to 80 plus shipping and taxes for the standerd edtion (not the ones that come with boxes and extras that coast 100$) with only 2 to 3 episodes per bluray disc. Usually 12 epsides anime series take 7 to 8 bluray releases and never get a complete set release or mostly not at all. Video/audio quality is not quite or 100% the same as teh raw japanese blurays but very close to it(since funimation does use the raw japanese blurays as their source for encoding).