Volume two of Samurai Champloo continues to reflect it's hip and contemporary style of anime, it's previous volume accomplished in the first four episodes.
Questions are now apparent and answers far from visible as the characters explore further into their journey. The story thickens releasing only one finger from a hand tightly clasped in a fist, hiding something. Who will they meet next, where will they go next and will they ever find this samurai who smells like sunflowers? We can only watch on to find out more.
This volume concentrates on the relationships of the principal characters and contain it's humor it produced in the first whilst dealings with serious issues that may touch base with everyone from all walks of life. The story now lengthening taking it's form but only enough for eyes to flicker and the mind to inquire.