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I said in my comment on shakugan no shana that I was a little worried about watching the second one because I could find myself disappointed... this absolutely didn't happen.
I found Shakugan no Shana II just as good as the first one... I agree with Pritcher (board) in the fact that it started a bit slow, although I found that kind of cool because they focused a lot on the romantic part. However, when the action really starts it gets a 100% better... Its just so exiting. My opinion in the animation remains the same (it could be better) and the music was fine (I liked the first's one better but this one's was also very good)...
Well, I don't know what else to say... Shana is a character that you absolutely fall in love with.. I ended up loving Shana!! and that is, in my opinion, the most important part of an anime series.
If you check ANN (anime news network) you will find Shakugan no Shana to be pretty far away from the first spot on the Bayesian estimate but to me its easily on my top 10. ...SPOILER... I did however missed more of the "urusai urusai urusai"!!! and I think they should have allowed Shana to say again "Watashi, Yuji ga suki (Yuji, I love you!!)" or have Yuji say it to Shana Would have been even better.. this is the only thing I really didn't like... the rest was perfect. ...END OF SPIOLER... I really recommend it... Is one of the best animes I've seen!!! I Love SHANA!!
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