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article imageVideo: 'Haganai NEXT' anime promotion video

By Can Tran     Jan 1, 2013 in Entertainment
A promotional video trailer has been released for the upcoming anime series called "Haganai NEXT" which is the second season to "Haganai" which was previously aired in 2011. Haganai NEXT airs on January 10.
The Japanese animation production company called Media Factor has released a one-minute promotional video for its upcoming anime series called “Haganai NEXT.” This series is considered a continuation of the anime series called “Haganai.” In Japan, the first series is called “Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai” while the second series or season two will be called “Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai.”
As this is the second season, the series focuses on Kodaka Hasegawa who transfers to a Catholic high school called St. Chronica's Academy. Hasegawa, due to his naturally blonde hair, comes off looking like the typical stereotype of the juvenile delinquent. Just because he has blonde hair, people automatically assume he's a troublemaker and lawbreaker. However, it's far from the case. But, his facial expressions make it worse as he comes off looking like an antisocial delinquent. As a result, Hasegawa's social life in school is by no means present. That changes when he meets Yozora Mikazuki who's in the same predicament; this is because Yozora has an abrasive personality which makes it hard for her to make friends.
The two of them band together and create the “Neighbor's Club” as a means to improve their social skills along with learning how to properly make friends. This series reflects upon combating the perceptions of physical appearances. Gradually, more members join the group as the individual members have their own problems trying to make friends and have social lives.
This series has started out as a light novel before being adapted into a manga series. The first season of the series aired back in fall of 2011. Season 2, called Haganai NEXT, will air in Japan on January 10.
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