Year of Release - 2013
Aspect Ratio - 1.78:1
Audio - English (Dolby Digital 2.0)/Japanese (Dolby Digital 2.0)
Film Genre - TV Anime
Label - Madman Entertainment
Rating - M
Region Coding - 4
Subtitles - English
TV Standard - PAL
In a nutshell, The main character of the series of Muneakira Yagyū, a young man attending Buou Academic School, a giant academy located at the base of Mount Fuji where people train to become samurai warriors.
His life takes a sudden turn when he meets Jūbei Yagyū, a mysterious girl who fell from the sky naked who later becomes his first "Master Samurai" after receiving a kiss from her. Already the character development begins and we get a real sense of these characters places in this bizarre offbeat world.
In Samurai bride,Four mysterious shadows (revealed to be Dark Samurai) appear within a cemetery and are greeted by Charles who engages them in battle. Muneakira returns to the Yagyu Dojo from his training away only to find that the dojo has been turned into the Shinkage Maid Cafe (True Shadow Maid Cafe). Kanetsugu is shown to have been sent out to the cemetery to hand out flyers where she meets the Dark Samurai and directs them to the dojo. The Dark Samurai skirmish against Muneakira, Yukimura and Sen leaving Muneakira's General's powers sealed. Muneakira is given a month to bring back the Master Samurai Jubei or else his General powers will be destroyed. To the shock of everyone, Musashi returns the next day simply as a customer with an entirely different demeanor.
Yukimura and Matabei are assaulted while returning from research into the Samurai Bible by an unknown assailant who is driven off by Inshun. That night Muneakira, Jubei, Yukimura, Sen, Matabei, and Hanzo go searching for the mysterious assailant. Only through Inzo's intervention is the assailant driven off but the group mistakes Inzo as the actual assailant.
For those of you who have seen the first season of this series you know what you are getting into, for those who don't, you should probably get Samurai Girls first season before starting this.There is a large amount of sexual innuendo to be found in the series, with some references which are purely for a more mature audience. Yukimura continues researching the Samurai Bride while Sen, Matabei, and Hanzo train.
Muneakira, Sen, Yukimura, Matabei, and Hanzo search the town while Musashi confronts Inshun about being the street attacker. Due to necessity, Matabei kisses Muneakira to become a Master Samurai. As Hanzo sees Sen crying, she begs Muneakira to give her the strength to save her and thus, kisses Muneakira to also become a master samurai. The next day, everyone discusses the situation, coming to the conclusion that the Dark Samurai may be ultimately intending to wipe Great Japan off the map.
Samurai Bride takes up where Samurai Girls leaves off. Muneakira returns to the Dojo after a long training journey only to find that the ladies have squandered all the funds and turned the Dojo into a Maid Cafe to earn money. As if things couldn't get any worse 4 lady samurai reutrn from the grave and show up Looking to battle the heroes of Japan. Jubei is unable to transform, and the remaining Saumri Girls are no match for the samurai from the past.
New Samurai Girls will be initiated, including a Samurai Monkey Girl. Will the legendary Samurai Bride be Munekira's only hope to save them all again.
Samurai Bride is even more violent than the original. Samurai bride heavy handed on the Fan Service, but fairly light at the start on the action side. Overall this is an entertaining time series that should be fans of the 'Samurai' series engaged and really wanting more to come.
Madman include an array of extras to keep fans of the series pleased.