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Is The Order A Rabbit? 2: Complete Collection (2015/Season Two/Sentai Filmworks Blu-ray)

Picture: A Sound: B Extras: C Episodes: B+

Welcome back to Rabbit House Cafe. As Cocoa begins her second year, she and her friends continue to work as cute maids at their coffee shops. It is sugar, spice, cookies and all that's nice as the girls continue to service tea and coffee in their cute little maid outfits. As they continue meet new customers, make friends, they learn music, art and dancing to promote their beloved coffee house in Is The Order A Rabbit? 2: Complete Collection (2015 aka/Season Two).

Cocoa is a girl from the countryside who's come to the city to study and learn how to run a coffee house. She works and lives at the aforementioned Rabbit House Cafe with the owner's daughter, Chino. Chino is the the quiet, yet capable girl who runs the shop and always have an odd looking rabbit, Tippy (who is also the spirit and voice of her grandfather) sitting on top of her head. While Cocoa is the oldest of the girls she is also the most childish. She always wants be the 'big sister' and she considers all her friends her 'little sisters' and each day continues to try and prove that she worthy of being their 'Onesama' (big sister), but then she has problems when 'her' real big sister shows up and charms all her 'little sisters'.

To repeat from before, this was what they would call a 'shoujo' or 'moe' anime, a young girl's anime. The story is about young girls as the go through life, make friends and comedy of their relationships. This series is beautifully drawn and filled with cute outfits, cute girls and delicious pasties, but an episodes list would contain too may spoilers, but here's a link to the first season:


The 1.78 X 1 digital High Definition image is once again up there among Sentai's very best across all the episodes, while the lossless, Japanese DTS-HD MA (Master Audio) 2.0 Stereo is yet again not on that high level, but is warm, clear and has some Pro Logic surrounds, so the episodes play on par with the debut season. Extras include clean opening and closing animation and trailers.

- Ricky Chiang


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