Dog Days II seemed like a collection of filler episodes, even if it was laying the foundation for a dramatic third season. There was an excess of jiggle and bounce and disintegrating clothes, too. I’m not a randy adolescent, and I would have preferred less fanservice and better stories. Fortunately, the more interesting first season is now available to Crunchyroll subscribers.
The second season of Moyashimon was blander than the first. There were no evil-smelling foods; Hasegawa only used her whip once; the character in the frilly dress was a girl this time. Agricultural college has become a tame place, and France wasn’t any better. Fortunately, once again Crunchyroll has made the first season available to subscribers.