Darker Than BLACK: Gemini of the Meteor [TV]
Hei and Yin are now on the run after betraying the Syndicate in the previous season. After leaving Japan, Hei encounters Suou Pavlichenko, a 13-year-old Eurasian girl who becomes embroiled in the war and politics of the various factions and Contractors vying for power.
Meanwhile, Hell’s Gate remains standing in Tokyo, after Hei’s efforts to stop the Saturn Ring anti-gate particle weapon from activating. Although Contractors are safe from the danger of having their existences erased, this does not prevent new and old Contractors from abusing their powers. Misaki Kirihara resigns her position in Foreign Affairs to pursue her own investigations into Hei and the contractors.
About the Show
Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor, is the second season of the action anime television series Darker than Black. Produced by studio Bones under the direction of Tensai Okamura, Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor aired a total of 12 episodes between October 8, 2009 and December 24, 2009.
Episode 1: Black Cats Do Not Dream of Stars
Suou Pavlichenko watches a meteor shower with her twin brother and their father. However, the supposedly magical moment turns into a disaster, when a meteor crashes near their location. Although surviving the incident, Shion becomes a Contractor, and is locked away inside their home for safe keeping. Meanwhile, his father Dr. Pavlichenko researches about his condition. Later, Hei reappears in Russia after an FSB squad tries to abduct Shion.
Episode 2: Fallen Meteor
Mina Hazuki attacks Hei, right before Hei can obtain the meteor fragment from Suou. Suou hides with Nika from the FSB agents, after she has been mistaken for Shion. Later, Hei realizes that Suou is not Shion, but abducts her anyway for their own objectives. Later, Misaki Kirihara is seen looking towards the star of BK-201 through a telescope.
Episode 3: Vanishing in a Sea of Ice
The energy coming from the meteor fragment destroys the tra