Censorship marketing anime Rosario + Vampire Capu2 continues to experience a plague of bats, and, lately, bears. The brazen and utterly pointless censorship seems rapidly to be eroding the positive reception (such as it was) the series received from fans.
As we saw before, each episode seems to be averaging about 80 panchira shots; it’s not clear how may this, the fifth, receives, but a count reveals no less (or more) than 21 censored scenes, with 11 by bat and 10 by kuma.
The remainder, as you see below, seems not to bother even censorship maniacs such as Osaka TV.
By now, it seems practically certain that these marks are put in solely to give a boost to DVD sales, assuming the series has any fans left by its conclusion. What other explanation could there be?
Via Princess Note.