High School of the Dead is an extremely fun and engrossing anime series. It’s the follow up to the popular first season which took fans by storm. This second season offers a number of twists and turns that will definitely keep you on your toes. The second season of High School of the Dead is also split into two separate episodes each featuring a different story. Although, they are loosely connected, you should still watch the second season to see what happens with all of the characters in it. Here’s a little info about the second season of High School of the Dead.
Basically, the story line of High School of the Dead is about a group of high school students who find themselves trapped inside a school building after some sort of virus attacks the place. When they somehow manage to escape, they discover that there are hundreds of other survivors and they are in need of help. However, the virus is not only affecting those who survived the attack, but new ones are coming back daily. In fact, the number of people infected is growing and the only way they can fight off this horde is for their own souls to join together.
Since the beginning of the series, we’ve seen how high school of the dead season 2 has evolved from the first one. The first series focused more on the mystery and that the government had been secretly helping those who were affected by the virus. However, this season takes things up a notch because the focus is more on the fight against the horde of zombies and ghouls who have started to roam the earth. Takashi Komuro (Kazuya Wakamori) plays the role of Rokka Shouma in the second season while Yuusuke Tozawa plays the role of Yuusuke Furude.
This highschool of the dead season 2nd series is centered on a new character called Rokka Shouma. Rokka is an orphan whose life was saved by his foster family in the first season. He was abandoned by them and was left alone by the other survivors when the virus began to affect those who didn’t die. With the help of his new friend Takashi, Rokka escaped from the dead world and started living his own life. However, he still longed to return to his own world and taste the sweet taste of human flesh, so he started working as a waiter at a restaurant with his friend Murao.
Takagi Reiki is credited as the new writer for the highschool of the dead season 2nd episode. This is where the story for the new arc begins. As previously mentioned, Takashi and Murao are the main characters of the anime, but Reiki is also a well-known voice actress in her own right. Both voices are provided by voice actresses Hiromitsu Aoki (Yuiitsu) and Miki Hoshii (Hiroko); Aoki’s voice is soft and mellow while Hoshii has that bubbly yet sweet voice that makes you feel like you’re really in love.
maria inoue voiced by Megumi Han The main supporting cast for the second season of the highschool of the dead is composed of three women: Maria Hoshinakano is the school’s representative of the opposite sex; Riko Tancharimono is the class president; and Mirei Ujiaka is the matriarch of the whole school. All of these girls look absolutely beautiful, but they also have very different backsides. Maria Hoshinakano is obsessed with beauty and clothes; she always wears the latest fashion. Riko Tancharimono is aggressive and has a tough personality. Mirei Ujiaka is quite timid and always carries a book to read during class.
The story of highschool of the dead season 2 revolves around a group of high school students who reunite after the death of their homeroom teacher, Koichi Mukuro, in order to cover for his murder. They get caught in the middle of a bloody battle between vampires and other supernatural creatures. A new student named Hana lives in the same school as them, and she also has her own set of problems to deal with. The series follows events that take place around two-thirds of the original manga volume. As you would expect, the second half of the manga is a great amount of fun.
It should be noted, however, that the second season of the anime series is not worth watching in its entirety. Some of the scenes are extremely brief, and other events take place off screen for a large portion of the episode. The last episode, unfortunately, does not help things much, as it is very inconclusive as to what actually took place in the final moments of the first episode. However, this is an excellent short anime series, and it may even become one of your favorites if you give it a chance. If not, you probably know by now that this is not a show you will want to put up with.