IDOLM@STER Xenoglossia Collection 2 DVD
About IDOLM@STER Xenoglossia Collection 2 DVD
IDOLM@STER: Xenoglossia Collection 2 contains episodes 14-26.
Things are getting a lot more complex at Modenkind and some of the things that Haruka is learning about the IDOLs are more than a little worrying. For example, while the mechs aren't free to do what they want, they're not exactly obedient machines either; and the relationship the IDOLs form with their pilots is much more complicated than master and servant. Haruka is beginning to realize that her own feelings toward Imber aren't exactly what she'd expected them to evolve into.
But there's no time to analyze what's going on inside her heart, because suddenly all of Modenkind is under siege, hit from both within and without as hidden spies combine with outside attacks and ruthless kidnappings. Who is trying to destroy Modenkind and why? And how is it connected with the real secrets behind the IDOLS?
Special Features: Episode 26 On-Air Version, Shorts, Clean Opening Animation, Clean Closing Animation.
Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: DVD
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy
- Themes: Mecha, Music
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 325
- Release Date: 12/25/2012
- Dimensional Weight: 0.4
- Region Code: 1
Ratings & Reviews
That's Your Boyfriend
by DARYL -
does it make any one thing that Imber is a little odd. he has a favorites fold and it's filled with pics and videos of his pilots. but I guess that's better then Cheyhiasa who is just love sick for Imber.
this part should be labeled as a romantic comedy, but no just a comedy. seeing as how the under lying theme of these 13 episodes was the relationship between Haruka and Imber.
story line was great, art was great, over all happy end.
the director's cut episode 26 was better then the one that aired.
A Fitting Conclusion
by ErwinJA -
Continuing from the first set, this one focuses more on the plot, and amps up both the action and the angst, as well as the twists and reveals. While it continues to provide nothing particularly groundbreaking (just combining prior tropes), it remains entertaining to those not already put off. And it comes to a satisfying conclusion. This in spite of budgetary constraints forcing the creators to abandon some of their plans.
Altogether, not bad. And if you already have (or are getting) the first part, why not finish.