Darker Than Black: Ryuusei no Gemini (720p BD – 100MB)

Darker Than Black: Ryuusei no Gemini
Darker than Black 2 (synonym)
dtb2 (short)
dtbrng (short)
Darker Than Black: Gemini of the Meteor (official)

Two years have passed since http://anidb.net/ch7571 [Hei] and http://anidb.net/ch7577 [Yin] escaped the Syndicate after the events of the first season. Making their way to Russia, Hei encounters a young girl named http://anidb.net/ch12051 [Suou Pavlichenko], whose family is gradually pulled into the war between contractors and various intelligence factions. Meanwhile, http://anidb.net/ch2142 [Kirihara Misaki] has quit her position in Foreign Affairs to begin her own investigations into Hei, the Contractors and the Syndicate.
Source: ANN

Anime Type – TV Series
Total Episodes – 12
Rating – 8.45
Start Date – 2009-10-09
End Date – 2009-12-25

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Episode 1 : Direct Download: DARKER Than BLACK – S02 E01 – Black Cats Do Not Dream of Stars 720p – DUAL Audio[][RapidBot].mkv
Episode 2 : Direct Download: DARKER Than BLACK – S02 E02 – Fallen Meteor 720p – DUAL Audio[][RapidBot].mkv
Episode 3 : Direct Download: DARKER Than BLACK – S02 E03 – Vanishing in a Sea of Ice 720p – DUAL Audio[][RapidBot].mkv
Episode 4 : Direct Download: DARKER Than BLACK – S02 E04 – The Ark Adrift on the Lake 720p – DUAL Audio[][RapidBot].mkv
Episode 5 : Direct Download: DARKER Than BLACK – S02 E05 – Gunsmoke Blows Life Flows 720p – DUAL Audio[][RapidBot].mkv
Episode 6 : Direct Download: DARKER Than BLACK – S02 E06 – An Aroma Sweet a Heart Bitter 720p – DUAL Audio[][RapidBot].mkv
Episode 7 : Direct Download: DARKER Than BLACK – S02 E07 – The Doll Sings in the Winter Wind 720p – DUAL Audio[][RapidBot].mkv
Episode 8 : Direct Download: DARKER Than BLACK – S02 E08 – Twinkling Sun on a Summer Day 720p – DUAL Audio[][RapidBot].mkv
Episode 9 : Direct Download: DARKER Than BLACK – S02 E09 – They Met One Day Unexpectedly 720p – DUAL Audio[][RapidBot].mkv
Episode 10 : Direct Download: DARKER Than BLACK – S02 E10 – Your Smile on a False Street Corner 720p – DUAL Audio[][RapidBot].mkv
Episode 11 : Direct Download: DARKER Than BLACK – S02 E11 – The Sea Floor Dries Up and the Moon Grows Full 720p – DUAL Audio[][RapidBot].mkv
Episode 12 : Direct Download: DARKER Than BLACK – S02 E12 – Ark of Stars 720p – DUAL Audio[][RapidBot].mkv

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Somehow the high expectations I had awaiting the sequel to a fantastic series were not fulfilled. Ryuusei No Gemini isn’t exactly a sequel to Kuro no Keiyakusha, but more like a separate arc in itself. It would be unfair to compare both of them as they vary in their style and storyline. For starters, the series are not bi-episodic; instead revolve around a single storyline involving a Eurasian female protagonist. Hei’s involvement through the series although significant, has not really been up to what it ought to be.

Storyline: 7/10
Suou Pavlichenko is a 13 year Eurasian girl whose life suddenly changes on a fateful day when she meets up with Hei. Involved in the mess of politics and war between the contractors, she seeks out on her own quest to find her missing twin, Shion. Alongside her is Hei, a drunk bastard who completely lacks the mannerism and politeness he once had. The personality change might have been necessary in this series as it made things a bit interesting, but it didn’t seem all that good seeing him like that. The storyline, in its individuality served to be interesting though. The protagonist goes through a lot of ordeals throughout her journey. The series also has some graphic and violent killings which made it a little gory at times. The birth and evolution of the contractors was something we had vaguely seen in Kuro no Keiyakusha. The involvement of many groups (CIA, FSB, MI6 and Section 3) could have made for better viewing had they had more air time. They left it a bit incomplete and it felt as if these names were only included to attract attention without proper motive behind it. Also the “Syndicate” that pretty much ruled in Kuro no Keiyakusha was nowhere to be seen, again a disappointment as the whole mysteriousness behind them suddenly disappeared. Altogether though, despite its shortcomings it was somehow good how it ended up being. I guess it may be due to the protagonists’ whole journey from havoc to happiness. As for the name “Gemini of the Meteor”, it wasn’t nearly as important to be kept in the title IMO.

Characterization: 7/10
Ryuusei No Gemini had a plethora of characters which made it quite an entertaining prospect to watch. Starting off with Suou, a determined and strong girl entwined between living a life as a human or a contractor. It was touching to see the ordeals she and her school friends went through. Much like a supporting character, July was an example of some nice character development, and his relation with Suou was charming to watch. Hei’s laid-back sake drinking attitude failed to impress me the slightest. And the fact that he was not able to showcase his powers during most of the series made it lamer for me. The agents of Section 3 were pretty good, namely Hizaki and Genma. Hizaki’s remuneration involved kissing someone after the usage of her power added to the humor. Madam Oreille was yet promising character shown but somehow failed to make much of an impact in the Anime. Lot of interesting characters I would say. But somehow they were cramped up in a short series which somehow failed them I believe. They should have been given more time for their characters to be known properly rather than just through some cameo roles.

Art: 9/10
The original characters were already pretty awesome in how they were made. The new characters were also very nicely put out. From the Russians to the CIA to the Japanese characters, all looked very original. Also the new characters gave the storyline a refreshing experience. The fights were well coordinated and typically good to watch. Hei’s new look was intriguing; Suou’s character was pretty nicely done too. The agents looked good and the whole background of the Anime from Russia to Tokyo was beautiful. The characters are all very nicely drawn and the animation stands out to be pretty good as well.

Sound: 8/10
Sound was another good factor for Ryuusei No Gemini. The OP was a treat to the ears. I particularly liked it. The voices of the characters were also very good. Suou sounded very sweet whenever she used to shout “Tanya”. As there was a mixture of cultures, it’ll be interesting to see how these voices correlate in the dubs that will be out later on. The ED was average I would say. The best thing however would be the background score during the fights. The whole beat-box thing or whatever that was being played surely pepped up the interest to watch. I loved it.

Overall: 8/10
Seeing this series individually without comparing to the previous one and you’ll find that it’s actually good. Although not as epic as Kuro no Keiyakusha, Ryuusei No Gemini offers an entertaining experience with some interesting character portrayals. Combined with good artwork and sound, it is a definite recommendation. Just don’t try and compare it with the first season and you’ll definitely like it.

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