In this Part II of D (11), we introduce new objects: super- C^ k -schemes and Azumaya super- C^ k -manifolds with a fundamental module (or, synonymously, matrix super- C^ k -manifolds with a fundamental module), and extend the study in D (11.1)([L-Y3], arXiv: 1406.0929 [math. DG]) to define the notion ofdifferentiable maps from an Azumaya/matrix supermanifold with a fundamental module to a real manifold or supermanifold'. This allows us to introduce the notion offermionic D-branes' in two different styles, one parallels Ramond-Neveu-Schwarz fermionic string and the other Green-Schwarz fermionic string. A more detailed discussion on the Higgs mechanism on dynamical D-branes in our setting, taking maps from the D-brane world-volume to the space-time in question and/or sections of the Chan-Paton bundle on the D-brane world-volume as Higgs fields, is also given for the first time in the D-project. Finally note that mathematically string theory begins with the notion of a differentiable map from a string world-sheet (a C^ k -manifold) to a target space-time (a real manifold). In comparison to this, D (11.1) and the current D (11.2) together bring us to the same starting point for studying D-branes in string theory as dynamical objects.