Kore wa Zombie Desu ka? S2 delivers quite an amazing third episode – the phrase “so stupid that it’s good” has never applied to anything as well as it does this series as this latest installment manages to prove.
Several topics are tackled, or rather, introduced within this third of many more spectacles to come – and taking a look at them one by one, none are particularly serious anyways save for the one which receives the least screentime which we’ll delve into quite soon. As for now, the series opens with two females who are tall, dark, and bishoujo speaking with one another – Seraphim, who is a founding member of our protagonist’s harem, and the sadist femdom girl who is still making her gradual debut entry into the harem.
Seraphim confronts the sadist as to why and what exactly she likes about the generic loser protagonist, and the sadist at least admits her reason truthfully – she’s in love with his “oshiri”, or posterior.
After that discussion, Seraphim uses essentially every available chance she receives afterward to stare at Ayumu’s “oshiri”, seemingly hoping to figure out what she’s been missing – yet even having embraced the sight several times over to several different angles, she still can’t comprehend the appeal in oshiri. She needn’t try any harder however as her screentime ends there and the episode moves onto somewhat more relevant matters.
Little sense as it makes, the sadist is some sort of school-wide rock idol and she recruits Tomonori, the somewhat sensible busty wife of our protagonist, to be a backup dancer for her upcoming performance. Tomonori is worried over her dance to the point that she resorts to an obscure choreographic motion which seemingly induces nausea to all those in the vicinity of its execution. The idiot loli masou shoujo character stumbles upon Tomonori, and after suffocating under the pressure of the dance, she merely ends up joining Tomonori in doing more of the same.
Our protagonist likewise finds himself becoming unable to breath as he passes by the same spot the loli did earlier – he turns out to be an expert in the art of dance, showing them specifically what steps and notions to take, and while the two gave the impression that they were progressing in training, once the actual concert event comes along, they simply opt for their idiot dance which works to little surprise as this is a half-witted anime series after all.
Now for the two partially plot relevant topics, the masou shoujo loli’s magical saw is broken and it seems he’s not going to get better any time soon – meaning there will be some trouble if an enemy came to attack our protagonist and his harem if he cannot transform into his crossdressing magical girl mode. Secondly, it looks that the deceptive lying professor has finally overcome a stepping stone in her incoherent antagonist goals of evil – she’s managed to revert the deranged vampire bishoujo back to her senile state.
One should expect to see quite a bit more of the buxom blonde bishoujo vampire quite soon – and this comes as great news as she’s one of the few, assuming there’s any other, reason to watch this anime.