One of the things that bothers me is that I lose interest in season 2 of an anime, if I even make it through the entire first season. This is not the case with Ajin Season 2.
Ajin Season 2 is just as captivating as the 1st Season.
That’s one of the things that I love about this anime. The first episode has a way of capturing your attention and throwing you back into the universe of Ajins and their story. Things continue to escalate in a different direction and we watch as Kei’s character develops even more throughout the season.
Kuro-chan is even more interesting than before.
There are new developments with kuro-chan and it’s really interesting to see the new things that we learn about them and if it only applies to certain people or all of them. We also get to see many setbacks as well and watch the trial and error that Kei faces.
We learn more about Tosaki and Shimomura.
There’s a reason why Shimomura follows Tosaki’s orders and it’s here that we really get to see more into their pasts. It’s understandable why she follows him, and it’s even more surprising towards the last episode of the series. Character growth, indeed. Not just Tosaki, but Shimomura and Kei.
The intensity heightens.
The plot of the anime continues where it left off in season 1 and escalates things to a new level. If you thought the suspense and drama was high in the first season, wait until you watch the second season. It was enough to make me forget where I was or what I was doing. The anime has a special way of attracting all of my attention that I paid little attention to anything else around me. I was on the edge of my seat almost through every single episode and that’s the kind of anime that I love.
If you haven’t watched Season 1 OR Season 2, I definitely recommend it! You won’t regret it! Yes, the animation style is a bit weird and takes a while to get used to, but once you do, you will get thrown into the story, full force.