Chaika the Coffin Princess Avenging Battle (Season 2) Blu-ray
About Chaika the Coffin Princess Avenging Battle (Season 2) Blu-ray
Chaika the Coffin Princess Avenging Battle Season 2 contains episodes 1-11 of the anime directed by Sōichi Masui.
The battle on the floating fortress is over, but the quest to recover the scattered remains of Emperor Gaz is too important to delay. As Chaika and her companions seek out the hero Claudia in order to obtain the heart, they race against Red Chaika, who seeks the hero, Guy, who possesses one of the arms.
Even as Chaika struggles to learn the new magical skills required to defeat Claudia, a startling new revelation comes to light which may change their mission entirely: not all of Gaz's magic research was destroyed, and information regarding the creation of the Chaikas may have been taken to a mysterious island!
With the possibility of uncovering the secrets behind their mysterious origins dangled in front of them, the Chaikas must decide whether or not they want to find the hidden island and brave its unknown perils. Could the entire thing be a trap?
It's highly likely, but how can they resist the bait as the spellbinding adventure continues in CHAIKA THE COFFIN PRINCESS - AVENGING BATTLE!
Special Features: Clean Opening and Closing Animations.
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Fantasy
- Themes: Adventure
- Age Rating: 17+
- Run Time: 275
- Release Date: 9/27/2016
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Mostly satasifying conclusion to good story
by Tathlyn -
I found the first season very good and decided to buy the second season. The story is kept consistent with the first season and makes for a satisfying end to the story for the most part. I haven't read the manga to find out how much the story deviated from it, and I know it is ongoing so the ending which is sort of abrupt with a major question about the effects of sacrifice to win.
I haven't read the manga, but I know it is ongoing so this ending is most likely what the director decided to do. It's still an entertaining story and fun to watch.
An Adequate Conclusion
Chaika: The Coffin Princess is a simple, but fun show with charming characters. This second season/part brings the story to a conclusion. There have been concerns about the fact that season two is only ten episodes long and that it might have rushed things, but it is well paced and has an adequate conclusion to the story and characters.
Also, there is a change in the English voice actress for a secondary characters, but to me it is not a deal breaker.