Darker Than Black season 2 is objectively superior to season 1 for the following empirically irrefutable reasons:
-More multidimensional character writing
-Oblique characterization of relationship dynamics between Yin and Hei, Hei and Suo, and ultimately Suo and Yin
-Badass soundtrack that was perfectly fitting of the cold Russian backdrop
-Speaking of Russia, an incredibly well-realized (due to good research) depiction of Vladivostok and various parts of Eastern Russia
-Hei being a badass despite losing his powers
-Hei overcoming his crushing isolation to understand that the world has value beyond Yin
>Thematic emphasis on the relationship between contractors and their emotions brought out in Hei's purely emotional motivations and Suo's eventual sympathy for Hei after she gains the burden of contractor powers
>Hei and Suo cooking antics
Case closed faggots, turn your memes off and go home.
go back to /v/ autist
I'm saying they casually had a perfectly true-to-life representation of obscure and famous areas of Vladivostok as well as a ensuring everything depicted in the geography was accurate.