Opening Songs
OP 1 - Pseudo-Spring (Yanagi Nagi)

Ending Songs
ED 1 - Everyday World (Saori Hayami, Nao Toyama)

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance

Episodes: 12

Here we are with the follow up to one of my favorite school RomCom animes. "My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU", or as I would like to shorten it to just "Yahari", was pretty unique in its pool of competitors. Instead of focusing on a standard romance/comedy/harem plot with a pretty generic main character, we actually got a glimpse of a fairly bleak look of high school life through the eyes of a shambled, crude protagonist with a lone wolf personality. A guy with no friends, as he would like to describe himself. This refreshing take on a standard high school anime without anything too special backing it up was impressive, and the interesting cast of characters only served to  improve the experience. I thought that the show concluded well, but I would happily accept a second season. Despite changing studios, the second season of "Yahari" holds up to its previous standards with no major issues. Hell, it looks f**king AMAZING, whoever complains about the studio switch is just...blind. With an improved visual style and with it staying true to its season 1 roots, "My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO" succeeds with flying colors.

Deep down, we all want them to remain like this...

The opening theme is "Pseudo-Spring" by Yanagi Nagi, who once again returns to sing for the anime. Like with "Yukitoki", the opening theme for season 1 of the anime, "Pseudo-Spring" takes the same approach and gives us a rather simplistic opening theme that's nothing too special. Still I feel like its slightly better tan that of "Yukitoki". The ending theme is "Everyday World", a slow song that's sang by Saori Hayami and Nao Toyama, seiyuus of Yukino and Yuigahama. Nothing too special here, though its not slow enough to put someone to sleep, so that's that.

Rating: 8.5/10

Like how the first season blew me away with how the main character acted throughout the show, season 2 ALSO captivated me the same way. This time however, the show takes a slightly darker tone as things between our 3 main characters aren't going so well. This time, there's a lot of drama between the characters we know and love from season 1. This severely heats things up and right off the bat, there are multiple problems to solve that carry themselves throughout the entirety of season 2. Hell, I even think some problems aren't solved yet at the end of season 2. Some of the older minor characters get more focus here, and newer, more interesting characters got thrown into the mix. Our main character still remains as the scum he is, as he should be, and this personality of his contrasts well with the other 2 heroines, as with season 1. The visual style is remarkable this time around, the change in studios did the anime a service. The individual arcs themselves are also better, with the problems being more difficult to solve and the arcs themselves being generally longer. They also involve a lot more characters this time around, but unfortunately my man Zaimokuza does not get as much screen time as he deserves.

Totsuka is too damned attractive for a dude.

The story takes place after the culture festival in season 1. Hikigaya Hachiman just got done putting off Sagami in the worst way that he could on the rooftop of the school, and almost got hurt by Hayama. Despite all this, he never changes his personality and the way he does things. Things go back to normal (somewhat), and he resumes attending the service club with his club mates, Yukino and Yuigahama. Anyway, they go back to their regular duties, and the season starts off with the class trip almost coming up. Hayama and Tobe show up before the trip, asking them for a favor. It seems that there's somebody Tobe likes in their regular group of friends, that girl is Ebina. Unfortunately for him, he does not know how to approach her, and Hayama doesn't want Tobe confessing to ruin the relationship between their group as friends. So begins the trip, with the trio having probably their hardest request yet.

"My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO" is an amazing follow up to an already amazing show. Unfortunately, it ends, as one of the best shows this year, I didn't want it to end, especially with THAT kind of indecisive conclusion. Its come to my realization that I need more of this anime in my life, considering that its one of the best "slice of life/high school" themed animes, its only natural. If there is going to be another season, I want them to take all the time they need so that it keeps up to its standard. Brilliant writing, I hope whatever's left is THIS good.