Darker than Black Gaiden 4

Darker than Black Gaiden

Now I need to rewatch Ryusei no Gemini.

I doubt I’ll still be able to understand all the Izanami stuff though. I guess they are going to leave that for the extra materials or something.

One thing is for sure though, Hei and Yin will never get to live peaceful lives together.


  1. metalsnakezero Said,

    August 2, 2010 @ 9:46 am

    Hei, Yin, I love you two! ;_;

  2. Jo Said,

    August 2, 2010 @ 10:15 am

    I still believe they completely fucked us over in the second season.

  3. AozuAkazu Said,

    August 2, 2010 @ 2:38 pm

    I hated Ryuusei no Gemini. The ending was pitiful.

  4. ahelo Said,

    August 2, 2010 @ 5:45 pm

    Yes they did! Somewhere in that fucked up season 2 ending they did..?!?…..?! did they? Ahhh this is so fucked up.

    All I know is this episode was giving of Tsubasa Chronicle Vibes.

  5. Myssa Rei Said,

    August 2, 2010 @ 11:16 pm

    I think the issue some of the posters here is that they were expecting some kind of resolution to be had at the end of Ryuusei no Gemini, especially with regards to Hei and Yin. Well there was a resolution alright, but it was one that those used to the action of the first season couldn’t accept… And really, because it gave more questions than the issues they answered.

    Personally I liked the slight shift of the story to Suou’s journey instead of Hei’s cloak-and-dagger adventures, if only because of the fact that there was a tighter continuity storytelling-wise than the two-episode vignettes that we had in the first Darker than Black.

  6. lolyz Said,

    August 4, 2010 @ 5:29 am

    i didnt understand the ending of ryosey no gemini because i though he killed her n then there was another kid like her

  7. the sage Said,

    August 4, 2010 @ 5:32 am

    remember darker than black gaiden is what happen before ryuusei no gemini so no one knows what happen after ryuusei no gemini

  8. metalsnakezero Said,

    August 4, 2010 @ 7:46 am

    Till there is a season 3 its really up to discussion on what is going on. This really shows how we care for this series if we are still talking about it.

  9. FlameStrike Said,

    August 4, 2010 @ 12:43 pm

    Eh I liked this ep a lot. I finally understand the ending to RnG now that they’ve actually given us some info about it. Thinking back it was a pretty good ending. The one thing I want cleared up though is whether or not Yin separated from Izanami and if she’s alive with Hei. I would assume that’s the case due to the various hints the show provided us.

  10. matt_shade Said,

    August 5, 2010 @ 9:27 pm

    This is my theory based on certain clues (so it’s probaby all wrong LOL):
    A government project yielded the beings now called the Moratorium, super-evolved humans with non-human thought processes. The Gates and the false sky are either results (created by the first Moratorium) or a cause of this (the survivors of the Gate phenomenons opening became the first Moratorium). The first Dolls, superhuman blank slates, were created with the Moratium, by the Moratorium or from the Moratorium (by human interference or just all by themselves). The Contractors are a side effect of the project trying to create (or make more) Dolls, programmable superhumans with Moratorium-like abilities (possibly even unexpectedly resulting in the Gates being created).
    The humans think they have the superhuman types figured out but as Amber says the superhuman psyches are not above changing.
    Izanami is basically Yin’s superhuman psyche and is more like the first Moratorium than any superhuman before her. But Yin’s human psyche made a wish to return all of Izanami’s ‘samples’ to a better life and Izanami made a deal with Shion (Izanagi) to accomplish this, since his duplication ability was perfect for the task. A new being was created as prophecied (Yin’s twin, which I call Niy) which is neither Doll, Contractor or Moratorium.
    The ‘shooting star fragments’ are simply objects from inside the Gate particularly infused with its properties (allowing Contractors to perform feats more like the first superhumans).

    I sometimes picture it like the first super-evolved humans simply leaving their physical bodies beind and the government studying these bodies, finding a way to ‘re-program’ them. In attempts to create more ‘Dolls’ the government tries to duplicate the phenomenon but somehow causes the huge Gates to appear and the Contractors begin appearing in the general populace.

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