Tokyo Ghoul vA - Season Two
DVD + Blu-ray | Box Set
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The twisted horror hit is back, and the ghouls haven’t lost their taste for blood.
After weeks of torture at the hands of Aogiri Tree, Kaneki emerges a changed ghoul. No longer the meek young man who struggled with his hunger, Kaneki goes through a ravenous feeding frenzy, even devouring other ghouls to collect their power.
He then joins the very organization that attempted to break him, Aogiri Tree, and the ghoul faction quickly becomes embroiled in a war between other ghoul groups and the CCG. Along with Amon, Mado’s daughter Akira, hoping to avenge her father’s untimely death, spearheads the anti-ghoul attacks.
As the war between humans and ghouls intensifies, one question remains: what makes a monster?
Episode 7 Video Commentary
Episode 12 Commentary
Textless Opening Song - "Munou"
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- Comments: If you are not into blood and gore, I suggest staying away. I typically don't watch really violent animes, but I think this is reasonably violent. Especially compared to the beginning of Elfen Lied. I couldn't even finish the first episode of that anime due to the extreme amounts of carnage portrayed in the anime. But we all find our tolerance levels with trial-and-error.
The story becomes much more serious, as well. And the fighting intensifies. Which makes sense if this is the final conclusion of the series.
- Analysis: The anime also has an interesting implication regarding ghouls. For what purpose do they exist? Perhaps to weed out the human population to prevent overpopulation or more of a survival of the fittest perspective? Maybe to punish humans for their sins, from a more religious standpoint. Or maybe they exist as evidence of humans that have evolved? Some of these concepts make for good thought-provoking material.
- Features: English and Japanese audio with English subtitles. Includes 12 episodes on 2 Blu-rays, and 12 episodes on 2 DVDs. The run-time is about 5 hours and is rated TV-MA for violence, and blood and gore.
- Recommendations: Akame ga Kill!, Deadman Wonderland, Buso Renkin, Claymore, K, Attack on Titan, God Eater, Pyscho-Pass, Parasyte the Maxim, and High School of the Dead.