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on 29 June 2013
Like Rosario + Vampire season 1, Capu2 is just awkwardly funny. With the Girls still after Tsukune Aono at Yokai academy, the chaos continues with the introduction of new characters.
Some of these episodes are a bit more serious/sadder than those in season 1, but to make up for that some are more cringe worthy funnier than season 1 (my favourite was episode 7 which had me tears of laughter).
If you liked season 1 then you'll enjoy Capu2 as well. Lets hope they make Capu3.

N.B. This anime is different in from the manga in several ways, but this season was made before the completion of the second series of the manga, and is based upon what Akihisa Ikeda originally intended for season 2, but later changed the plot during the development process.
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on 28 January 2013
I bought the first series and loved it, its so corny but really funny and the all characters and different so i bought this second series although the story line wasnt as good as the first its still really funny and some parts really make you cringe but laugh, if thats your style then youll love this, be warned as theres alot of fan service but its all part of the fun not for children though
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on 17 October 2012
The overall product is good as there is the dub and sub,however the subtitle layout on the screen for Disc 1 is really stupid as the subs are shown in the "middle" part of the screen and not shown at the bottom like disc 2`s subtitle layout.

my rating - 7.5/10

reasonable product but due to the fault in the subtitles this lowered my overall rating.
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on 19 September 2015
Funny Series.Now who is afraid of Vampires?You don't have to as long as it's such a cute one!
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on 19 March 2013
Guys with love this series because of the cute anime girls, it's funny and the panties shots. Girls with love it cause of the story line, the characters and the awesomeness. It's funny, amazing and totally funny. And any guy in this will wish he was in it.
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on 28 July 2013
this top the first season in every single way possible and it also made by capcom which makes it even better if you like anime you will not be dissapointed it got a bit of everything from action to horror and romance
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on 1 January 2016
I am a fan of the series and wanted to get the second series on dvd, so I got it for Christmas and I love it it is in Sub and Dub and I love all the humour and characters.
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on 8 June 2013
This seller is the best. I love this DVD I can not stop watching it. Though One bad thing it did not work on my xbox but works great on my laptop so I am happy
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on 10 June 2013
A bit more fan-service oriented than the first series, the second installment of Rosario Vampire fails again to entertain the way the manga does.
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on 23 January 2013
(this review is for the Japanese language version)

Not having read the original manga this was based on, I can't really comment on how faithful an adaptation this is. But I immediately believe anyone who claims that the original manga was better. Why? Because the anime keeps rehashing the same old "ooh-la-la" sit-com situations that made the first season so often a bizarre and somewhat embarrassing experience to watch, to the detriment of all else. Think of skirts always fluttering in the wind, so that the panties underneath can be admired or the main male character (Tsukune) regularly having his face buried in a large pair of breasts (for those who enjoy watching that kind of thing). Or the many times that Tsukune and Moka believe they have finally managed to find someplace where they can be alone, only to find that all 3 of Moka's competitors are already present (but in hiding) or are on their way and burst into the room very soon.

That said, I personally find some of these running gags to be quite entertaining, such as the many variations of Tsukune and Moka repeatedly saying each other's names and looking in each other's eyes and leaning closer together as if to kiss... only to have Moka veer off at the last moment and sink her fangs into Tsukune's neck instead. Kokoa's many antics when she's chasing the others are quite funny to watch as well. And the breezy opening credits which feature most of the female characters dancing to a classic disco tune with lots of different dance moves is very entertaining as well.

Now, if this entire series was played strictly for laughs without any attempts at anything deeper, then that would make this an okay, fun but rather superficial show. Nothing wrong with that. But every now and again fairly serious themes pop up, such as social exclusion at school, racism (disguised as discrimination of supernatural beings by mortals), insecurity over one's appearance, sibling rivalry, growing up without one or more of your siblings and really missing them, going against the wishes of your family or clan, deep love and self-sacrifice. But just as things look and sound serious, another skirt flies up, or another cat fight breaks out between the 4 young women chasing Tsukune. And that just feels weird. Super-serious and super-silly shouldn't be mixed like that.

Without spoiling anything, I do want to mention that this season's final 2 episodes take an unexpected turn towards 100% seriousness, only to shy away at the last moment from really resolving anything. Especially's Tsukune's attitude toward the end was really disappointing, I felt.

To sum up: there are a lot of laughs here if you can stand the rather heavy emphasis on young women's underwear. Just don't be surprised if some of the more serious episodes feel out of place, especially if they're almost good enough to recommend to people who like deeper storytelling.
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