‘Student Council’s Discretion Lv. 2’ Licensed by Sentai Filmworks

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Sentai Filmworks has just announced that they have acquired the rights to Student Council’s Discretion Lv. 2, a direct sequel to the first season. The first season will be released on home video on March 24, 2015.

The second season premiered on Niconico in October 2012 before its television broadcast in January 2013. Many staff and cast changes were made between the first and second season, including the change from Studio Deen to AIC as the animation producer, the change of director, series script writer and character designer and the change of the voice actresses for Chizuru Akaba and Mafuyu Shiina.

Sentai Filmworks desribes the second season:

Sometimes you have to think outside the box, but Hekiyo Academy’s Student Council may go a step further and rewrite their entire universe! At least, that’s what could happen as the second season gets underway and the Council decides that their own anime might need a little spicing up. Should they introduce new characters? Add a boy’s love subplot? Or should they just continue to do what worked previously and spend most of their time chattering between themselves while working towards odd goals that might turn out to have been a little misguided in retrospect? The answer is “yes” to all of the above and more: Class barriers and the fourth wall come tumbling down as a supporting character literally takes up the challenge of moving up to main character status. The plot thickens with the mystery of a missing cake. The boundaries of love between step-siblings get pushed just a few steps beyond what’s socially comfortable and there just has to be a hot springs episode, doesn’t there? Of course there does! Join 5 student council members in search of an author as the storyline runs amok in Student Council’s Discretion Lv.2!

Lv. 2 will be released on home-video at some point in the future.

From November 2014 to September 2017, this author covered as much anime news as possible, and published several dozen reviews of anime and Cartoon Network titles thanks primarily to Madman and Hanabee.

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