Binan Koukou Chikyuu Bouei-bu Season 2 release date
“The Magical Boy Anime.” I remember seeing the announcement for this show on my Tumblr dashboard and thinking, “This show is going to be a mess, I want to see how bad this show is.” Spoiler alert: it wasn’t bad at all, actually pretty great in fact.
This is the tale of five unlikely heroes who unite under the name of the “EarthDefense Club” alongside a pink wombat-like alien to defend their world and restore love to all; however, does a sinister organization lurk behind the scenes of Binan High school?
The idea of defending the earth from all kinds of harm and villains is in full bloom. And since the garland of success in this theme belongs to beautiful girls in sailor shirts (Sailormoon), why can’t we contest with them in this field, only dressing boys in sailor shirts? LOL. That is obviously what the creators of Cute High Earth Defense Club Love! thought, said and done. In winter of 2015 an anime series, a parody on Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon was released, where all the main characters are boys only. Each storyline growth of the anime-prototype is imitated, and even some other well-known romantic series got their share of exposure here. It’s funny that the authors did not change the boys clothes boys into something sex appropriate – after the hensin (a transformation of ordinary students into fighters with superpowers) the boys are dressed in bright girly dresses. And just like that, wearing skirts, they fight against the evil forces in the name of love.
This television anime series created by Kurari Umatani has its light novel ongoing, as well as its manga. There is a big chance there will be a season 2 of this series.
Also, the animated series Sailor Moon has aired five seasons, plus a remake, which began airing in 2014. Based on that, we can assume that the parody series will also have several seasons. Right? There have been no official announcements from the producers yet, but we think that season 2 of Cute High Earth Defense Club Love! might be released in July of 2015.