Kotoha would give them plenty of attention.
Because she has good taste.
Better than pretending that nothing's wrong and letting no one know how depressed you are inside until it's too late. Like this dude.
lt's not shit, it's just a lot drier than S1 because the focus changed, and also now there's too much shit happening at once. There's no room to breathe and let everything sink in, because there are too many characters and plot points that you have to be following at any one time, which hurts the atmosphere a lot. It also feels a lot less romantic than the first season, first in the sense that S1 was all about "twisted love", S2 seems to put that on the backburner while putting the focus on gang politics, and second in that S2 lacks that sense of wonder that you feel when you visit a big city for the first time, Durarara S1 was all about that feeling for me. Now it's just, okay this person did this, this person did that, which made this happen to this other person.
>Now it's just, okay this person did this, this person did that, which made this happen to this other person.
I think you're forgetting that the entire point of the series is cause and effect.
Yeah. Plot is just everywhere. But it's result of the fact that theres going to be two more seasons. Nevertheless I'm enjoying it for the characters.
And Anri's tits. God those are some phat tits.
But Anri and Mikado relationship won't ever had a light of focuse on romance.
It's kinda idiotic given the second reason to be for Mikado is romance yet he doesn't gets to touch those boobs ever.
Ok, now some SPOILER:
In Drrr! SH It's mentioned on a chapter that Anri and Mikado are couple.
Why the fuck shoud I care? It's like saying Luffy reached One Piece but it's not shown but told.
Every new iteration of it gets worse. (Baccano is better than) the first cour of DRRR is better than the second cour of DRRR is better than Shou. By this season next year, we should start receiving Glasslip-tier episodes.
No I feel you. There was one moment very early on in S2 where that idol chick realized she wasn't alone in the universe, and the when she let that fact sink in, with tears flowing, laughter spilling uncontrollably, and the music rising in volume. THAT'S what made me fall in love with this series. That no matter how fucked up these characters are, they all deserve a chance at happiness.
I really wished they had spent a little more time on that first arc. I like when the series deals more with the supernatural than the gang stuff.
I mean, I wouldn't completely dismiss this series just yet. I feel that while the pace of the show has slowed to a crawl, the overall painting has still yet to be put to canvas so to speak. I definitely get the vibe that things are starting to pick up again, but there's no denying that certain episodes (still-frames throughout all of episode 7? Fuck you, bro) have been duds. We'll
There won't be any more new characters, right?
Hey, Episode 3 was fantastic. It went up, down, left, right, and round and round. A part of me wishes the rest of the series had that kind of break-neck pace but I guess it could get exhausting. Baccano pulled it off by having it's non-linearity dispersed throughout all 13 episodes, not condensed into 1
I think the difference is that in S1 we were given a big web of people and events and then saw how they intersected, and in S2 it's more like all those people got into a barfight together.
Nope. Enjoy JUSTICE instead.