Spice and Wolf 2 Seasons 2011

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Season 2
(57)
Available in HD

1. Wolf and an Inadvertent Rift TV-MA CC

Holo and Lawrence arrive in a village where the citizens are preparing for an annual festival. After Holo pays the price for celebrating a little too enthusiastically, Lawrence heads out to do some business with the locals.

Runtime:
25 minutes
Original air date:
August 2, 2011

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Wolf and an Inadvertent Rift

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Adventure
Season year 2011
Network FUNimation
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Great story, little slow to start but very interesting.
nathan
The art is beautiful, the soundtrack is amazing the voice actors are top notch, and the overall atmosphere of the show is great.
KevinB
The Blu Ray Quality is what you would expect from a Blu ray.
B. Sime

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62 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Evan R. Cassity on May 21, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
It is fantastic that Funimation has decided to release the second season of the brilliantly calm Spice and Wolf. Coupled with their re-issue of the first season on blu-ray, the two sets will look beautiful both next to each other on your shelf and on your television.

The story continues as Holo and Lawrence make their way towards Yoitsu, Holo's homeland. Where the first season focused on the budding, flirty relationship between Holo and Lawrence, this season finally admits it outright. It does not, however, forget the economics and intelligence that made it such a charming series.

The first season had intriguing plots about different currencies and the principles of economics applied on a large scale. This season continues that, to a degree, but the episodic nature of the first season is not maintained. The story of season two is more cohesive throughout. Without spoiling anything, the relationship between Holo and Lawrence takes the forefront, while Holo's continuing education and intuition regarding the laws of economics is also portrayed. Indeed, though Lawrence is the alleged expert in the field, Holo's scheming and discretion is what saves the day on more than one occasion. Imagine the suspense of a battle anime, like Naruto or Bleach or Hajime no Ippo, only the battleground is the world of money, coercion and intrigue.

The dubbing Funimation employed for the first season was very well done, and as always the set will include the original Japanese dub for those who enjoy subtitles. The recent development of anime on Blu-ray will ensure that the series looks as good as it possibly can as you watch, and while this series is not the most beautiful anime around, it is certainly not poorly drawn.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Kyle on May 30, 2011
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Whether its the anime, novel or manga, the Spice and Wolf series is just something so unique and different in its own way. Some may not like it, everyones perspective varies. But if you're a fan of anime, it's absolutely something you should look into and see if it might spark an intrest in you, it sure did in me. Watching the anime on Netflix made me buy it on DvD, and also the books which I am very pleased with(considering I never read haha). I'm very happy to see the second season available now, and hope they keep it going.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Diego R on October 10, 2011
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This awesome anime was anticipated for a long time i know since i saw spice and wolf 1 2 years ago and i was waiting xD
when i heard spice and wolf 2 was coming out dubbed after i saw it subbed i couldnt wait and i thought no matter what i am buying it to support the show and be behind it 100%
spice and wolf III is next i hope <3
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ellen on September 10, 2011
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This, like the first season, is an itelligent piece of work. (I'm in to stocks, so I found the pyrite episodes amusing--just as I did the currency devaluation from the first season.) This season gets much deeper into the relationship between Holo and Lawrence, and does leave one wanting more. However, there will not likely be a third season (as of the date of this review), but this season closes at a point that doesn't leave one feeling disappointed. There are many cuts from the first season and the "gratuitus" fan service references are a joke (can "Barbie doll" images be considered fan service--has anyone seen Sekirei?)--anyway, it's not like it was random and just thrown in for lack of any substance in the storyline. Those images, as well as the cuts from the first season progress the storyline with poignant detail. Even though this season is not conclusive to the story, and dispite the lack of third season prospect, this is well worth watching.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Brian K. Miller on December 4, 2011
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Season Two starts off slow, but picks up speed starting with the third episode. Then it turns out the slow portion was in fact, highly detailed setup and foreshadowing that reaches clear back into the last couple episodes of Season One.

Most of Season Two is taken up with a powerful lesson in how commodities markets work. Whoever wrote this series has worked in the commodities market and understands their flucuations in exquisite detail.

Strong characters, detailed plot with solid real-world foundation, beautiful artwork. "Spice and Wolf" is more than great anime. It is great literature.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Raven on October 3, 2011
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...But that opinion is based solely on personal preference; looking at it objectively, the whole second season is very well done in every respect, and that's why I think it still deserves five stars. Giving it anything less would be unfair to all the people who put so much work into producing something of such high quality.
If you want to know why I personally don't think it's as good as season one, it's because Horo is not in it as much.
Seriously. There are far too many instances of Lawrence going around and doing his own thing, to the point where by the final episodes, you almost roll your eyes - I think there might be one or two episodes where Horo practically does not even speak a single line, because the story is so focused on Lawrence and his side of their difficulties.
That being said, the anime's quality in itself has not diminished in any sense, and this season does have a couple of very beautiful scenes...it's just that I'm personally not very happy with the things the story was focused on at times. It's like, who even watches Spice and Wolf to see Lawrence? Seriously.
There are also a couple really interesting characters that are introduced in this season, but regrettably, they don't get as much screen time as I would personally have liked, and instead, the story focuses on the more annoying or uninteresting characters and their influence on the story.
Finally, the ending for this specific season feels a bit too abrupt and even anti-climatic.
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