And it’s back once again. The second part of season two. I don’t quite understand why season two has to be divided into three parts (part three will air next year), but I’m pretty sure it’s a profit-related issue. They probably squeeze more money out of it this way.
Now, it goes without saying that the artwork is good. Durarara has been created by well-known studios ever since season one. It doesn’t surprise me that the artwork looks so good. The sales figures and the ratings pretty much say it for me.
I’ll be honest; I have not been following these series. I have seen season one and a few episodes of season two, but something about this just didn’t really stick with me. I kept getting distracted and my focus was never really there. I guess the story just never really had much of an impact on me.
I can recommend this to all supernatural fans. Do you like super powers and everything related to that genre? Go check it out. Be sure to watch the first season though.
Plot Summary: A half a year after the the war of the Yellow Scarves, Ikebukuro has begun to return to normal. High school is in session, Izaya is back to scheming, and Celty, the legendary headless rider, is still chased by the police as she rides through the town. But a few unusual things have slipped into the mix. Gradually, thanks to outside elements, Ikebukuro will be thrown back into chaos.