Super Lovers Season 2 Blu-ray/DVD

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About Super Lovers Season 2 Blu-ray/DVD

Super Lovers Season 2 contains episodes 1-10 plus the OVA.

Love has never been so complicated. Things are more difficult than ever for Haru and Ren Kaidou. Between trying to figure out where their feelings lie and what kind of relationship they want the last thing they need is a troublesome figure from Haru’s past! With words left unsaid and tension growing between them, will love be enough to hold them together?

Special Features: Textless Opening & Closing Songs.


  • Publisher: FUNIMATION
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Themes: Yaoi
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Run Time: 275
  • Release Date: 4/10/2018
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.5
  • Region Code: A

Ratings & Reviews

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Polarizing and Pushes the Boundaries


This is a vary controversal anime for good reason. In S1E1 Ren is extremely young yet his relationship with Haru is just brotherly that point. Nothing happens until Ren is at least 15 and even then nothing truly explicit. A lot of the controversy is due to the fact Ren is Haru's adopted brother and some people only saw part of episode S1E1 so they think Ren is engaging in explicit actions at around I think age 8. I enjoyed the family relationship between Haru and his half-siblings(the twins), seeing the characters grow and develop, etc...outside the Shounen-AI content. The story is sweet in many ways and it is not graphic. There is one scene in the whole show that is not visually seenthat is somewhat graphic and otherwise it is mainly kissing with Haru being wise enough to tell Ren he's too young for anything else though he does not understand this concept apparently especially as Haru is too emberassed to explain why it is wrong. It is visuallly stunning.

~Family definitely, Lovers Maybe?~

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This anime is about a guy who finds his soulmate in his adopted brother x years his junior. I know what your thinking but really it's a great love story with all the difficulties of growing up physically, mentally and emotionally. Where is the line between family and lovers? When exactly does simple feelings change to something more complex and vise versa? Which do you want to be? This anime is one of the few that went along very well with the manga. If it cut anything it would be the more adult bits but not too much to affect the story overall. The bonus OVAs are well worth the watch for any fujoshi fans of the series. This is 2nd seasons runs perfectly from where season 1 ended.~