Durarara!!x2 Ten: Onoroke Chakapoko (DVD) (2016)

Japanese Anime
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Durarara!!x2 Ten: Onoroke Chakapoko

Durarara!!x2 Ten: Onoroke Chakapoko

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  • NTSC: Widescreen 16:9
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  • Japanese
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese, Malay
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  • Title : Durarara!!x2 Ten: Onoroke Chakapoko / デュラララ!!×2お惚気チャカポコ
  • Genre : Action
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2016
  • Listing date : 27 Apr 2016
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)
  • Production country : Japan

  • Directed by
  • Takahiro Omori
  • Synopsis
  • To say that Durarara is no longer as popular as it once was is like saying Ariel Winter has had problems growing up. But it’s not like the show was providing much incentive to keep itself relevant in the public eye considering the creators seemed to give up on it long before the audience did. I mean at least most oversold inexplicably popular anime look nice regardless of their awful writing. Despite being made by the same team, Durarara’s production, pacing, style, and even the writing (which wasn’t exactly Pulitzer Prize material or Paranoia Agent - a much better psychological anime centered on multiple characters - to begin with) have tanked since its emergence in 2010. In fact, I can’t even recall when I last saw it on a sales chart let alone witnessed any sort of hype or merchandise for the thing. Yeah, you’re living in a more fujoshi-filled world now, Durarara. Either get more pretty or accept your defeat with dignity.

  • Synopsis
  • To say that Durarara is no longer as popular as it once was is like saying Ariel Winter has had problems growing up. But it’s not like the show was providing much incentive to keep itself relevant in the public eye considering the creators seemed to give up on it long before the audience did. I mean at least most oversold inexplicably popular anime look nice regardless of their awful writing. Despite being made by the same team, Durarara’s production, pacing, style, and even the writing (which wasn’t exactly Pulitzer Prize material or Paranoia Agent - a much better psychological anime centered on multiple characters - to begin with) have tanked since its emergence in 2010. In fact, I can’t even recall when I last saw it on a sales chart let alone witnessed any sort of hype or merchandise for the thing. Yeah, you’re living in a more fujoshi-filled world now, Durarara. Either get more pretty or accept your defeat with dignity.
Directed by
Takahiro Omori