I am never a fan of cliché things but this anime somewhat squawked the inner stereotype in me. This series is actually a sequel to 'Medaka box'. There is some wit in the game, rarely romance and a loooooooot of action. The story is pretty much about Kurokami.
It is about Medaka finding out thay she is not the only one that is different from standard students. Though she has been asked which barely been fussed about at the end of the first series along with her three friends wanting to keep her side.
To me, the story is good. So is its artwork but what actually fails me, is where its mainly due to the 'Abnormal' stuff in here. It is ridiculous overwhelmed and likewise making it harder for the other 3 leading characters to be in spotlight this somewhat made it unsatisfactory to me.
However, if you don’t turn away so debauched, you’ll see that there’s much more to Medaka Box Abnormal than just insincerity. Here comes Zenkichi, the added lead character, who is the precise opposite of her aptitude wise. He might be strong, both actually and mentally, however it is mentioned, not once, that he got there by hard exertion and was very puny during his childhood. Regrettably, the rest of the main characters don’t do the themes justice as most of them are “specials”; very brilliant people or abnormals. Of course, most of the time, they can’t rival the abnormals that are villains.
One of the main difficulties I had with the story be situated how all refrains were presented. Medaka Box Abnormal sure pacts with very thought-provoking issues but they are usually solved by main characters simply stating their opinion, even though antiheros keep asking better and better problems. The difference between the “good” guys and the “bad” guys is nothing but the way they answer them. That wouldn’t be such a problem if the display didn’t depict the main character’s view as the right one and all else as wrong and it drives as far as Medaka deciding what’s correct for the rest of the world. (doesn’t make her think about it even for a while).
While it might look like a huge chaos, and it slightly is, most of it is done purportedly to create a comedic result. However, not all looks like it’s tiresome to parody itself. Character connections and demonstration is probably the finest part of the anime. While characters themselves aren’t somewhat to recall, their relationships and moods are delivered without a glitch. You can realize how they feel about what they say or about what is happening or purely know their nature by their actions. I found this to be the superlative part of Medaka Box Abnormal because to me it felt other real than most of SOLs I’ve ended and it made the anime more enjoyable.
Medaka Box Abnormal is absolutely not a faultless anime. It’s difficult to like since it tries to jam a lot of genres together and never truly emphases on one. And even as soon as it does (for a while) it usually spoils it for bigger effect. There is a thin chance this gets a third season.