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» Company
Geneon Animation
» Running Time
100 mins
» Genre
Action, Ecchi Humor, Drama
» Type
TV Series
» Final Score
» User Rating
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Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden Vol. 2: Haunting Past

» written by Wai Yung (Wayne) Chim [Discuss]

Mahoro joins Suguru on a nighttime ’school assignment’ to investigate the school’s ghosts, but they quickly find more than they bargained for! Later, Mahoro is asked to perform the Dance of the Dead in the town festival, and while Suguru enjoys the festival for the first time since his father’s death, his innocent evening with Mahoro may be cut short by a certain teacher… Then, Mahoro’s past has been concealed, but a new teacher arrives with a mission from the malicious Saint organization: terminate Mahoro!

Scary school ghost stories and Obon (Lantern Festival) dancing. In this volume of Mahoromatic the past starts to pull in together as Mahoro meets Ryuuga of Saints again. It is the battle of the strongest warrior of each organization. Who will come out as the victor? In the earlier section of this volume, Suguru goes visit his father’s grave and during this we get a hint of why Mahoro is Suguru’s maid. The more Suguru and Mahoro connect, the more Mahoro feels bad, as she struggles between if her maid work is atonement for what had happen to Suguru’s father in her own hands or just to take a break from the battling. Well, which guess would you take? Of course it is the first choice as she is the mystery person who brings flowers to Commander Misato’s grave every year, except for this year, because she is with Suguru.

In this volume we are introduced to Flash, Mahoro’s mechanical sidekick panther (to me it looks like a dog). Flash has some neat tricks, but he was used as a guard dog to guard Guri-chan and the house. At the end of the volume, Mahoro and Ryuuga sets up a dueling date and after Suguru falls asleep, she goes and meets her destiny.

The Breakdown
Moving onto volume three. :-)


» The Pros
Mahoromatic has all the ecchi humor you would ever most likely want.

» The Cons
The pace of the story seems a little fast.

» Animation
Already rated in Volume 1 review.

» Sound
Already rated in Volume 1 review.

» Story
In this volume, the story is advanced to the final stage in only a few episodes.

» Recommend
This volume is not as appealing as the first, I personally would like a little more fun before going to beginning of the ending.


» Other Information
Language: English/Japanese language with English Subtitles

Full color art gallery; Mini-poster; Limited edition paper doll (while supplies last); TV Commercial Spot; Non-Credit Ending.

The girls are all maids!!



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