DHGF: The big question of course remains whether or not kimi ni todoke Volume Two is worth the fifty-six dollar price tag attached to it. Honestly, this particular set is a bit underwhelming with the barebones art book, lack of any special features and the missing episode, so it’s hard to recommend. Yet, there’s something about the characters that makes me keep watching in spite of how insipidly slow the storyline moves at. If you can stand the pacing of the series, there’s a fun, realistic story to be had here. While you won’t get an actual resolution until Volume Three comes out later this year, it’s great to see Nippon Ichi is bringing the second season over. Let’s call it a thumb’s in the middle. When the series is on, it’s hilarious and a lot of fun to watch, but when it’s off…oh, man is it a chore. If the storyline of a realistic romantic comedy drama about social awkwardness sounds up your alley, kimi ni todoke is probably worth the investment in terms of time and money.