Nisekoi second season has a ":" in the name like "Nisekoi:". What is the meaning of that colon?

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    there must literally be “nothing” to say about the show.
    – кяαzєя
    Apr 1, 2018 at 15:52
  • style I guess?? Just there to set it apart from the first season. Like SaeKano Flat.
    – paulnamida
    Apr 1, 2018 at 19:07
  • Many anime has different symbols used in it e.g Steins;Gate, you can refer this question Apr 3, 2018 at 4:01

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It's become something of a pattern that anime series will have some kind of notation to indicate sequel seasons. Obviously "Season 2" or variations thereof happen a lot (e.g. "Shokugeki no Soma The Second Plate"), but several shows add a small extra detail to the title instead. Besides Nisekoi:, here are a few:

  • Working!! became Working'!! became Working!!!
  • K-On! became K-On!!
  • Gintama became Gintama' became Gintama° became Gintama.

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