…is definitely not the OP sequence, although it’s not so hard to see how well the impressively dynamic the animation was. Unfortunately for most of us, remnants of the last season’s OP still linger in our heads..so much that upon hearing the chaotic inharmonicity of who-knows-what that’s introduced to us as the second season’s OP, everyone pretty much WTFed….
…is definitely not how the first episode was way too lacking in content. While a lot of us understand that K-ON!! is best viewed for satisfying needs for a light entertainment, such an episode was way too light. If anything, one can easily summarize the entirety of the episode through the Light Music Club’s efforts of looking for potential members. Yep, that’s pretty much it…
…is definitely not how Yui tries too hard to be funny. Come on, Yui; we love you and everything but you spammed your emoticons way too much…and it’s only episode 1! I sure hope this doesn’t serve as an indication to what’s coming in the succeeding episodes.
…is definitely not how the lack of content is stirring a commotion among local haters, supporters and everyone in between…
“K-ON will always be moe-shit. Should have learned that in season 1 instead of season 2.”
- said by a hater
“I am disappoint.”
- said by an in-betweener
“OMG K-ON Yay!”
- enough said…
But wait, all you’ve been doing so far is listing things that are anything but the best thing about K-ON!! . Is there even such a thing?
Yes there is. If you look back into season 1, you’d find out that the sole factor that was responsible for grabbing the attention of many was the ending. The same can be said about season 2, and while it’s most likely not as influential as its predecessor, it sure did lift my spirits up. It’s probably because of how the girls were dressed, more particularly Azusa on a side ponytail.
There’s also this…
…I almost fanboyed for Mio.