History Fridge / Durarara

22nd May '16 4:11:22 PM AnIcePerson7
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Supplementary materials state that Anri's favorite subject in school in P.E.; this would most likely explain why she has PlotPoweredStamina.

to:

* Supplementary materials state that Anri's favorite subject in school in is P.E.; this would most likely explain that's probably why she has PlotPoweredStamina.
22nd May '16 4:10:23 PM AnIcePerson7
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

* Supplementary materials state that Anri's favorite subject in school in P.E.; this would most likely explain why she has PlotPoweredStamina.
6th Feb '16 11:17:40 AM WriterGirl2015
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In the Manga of Durarara, you get to see Erika and Walker's interrogation of the kidnappers, and suffice to say that they are probably the most insane of the entire cast, and its surprising that they haven't killed anyone (that we have seen yet). And, if you think about it, the only reason that Walker and Erika are not serial killers is because Kadota is holding them back, or at least making them put their energy elsewhere.

to:

* In the Manga of Durarara, you get to see Erika and Walker's interrogation of the kidnappers, and suffice to say that they are probably the most insane of the entire cast, and its surprising that they haven't killed anyone (that we have seen yet). And, if you think about it, the only reason that Walker and Erika are not serial killers is because Kadota is holding them back, or at least making them put their energy elsewhere.elsewhere.
* Shizuo's rages. We're talking about a guy who can lift vending machines out of the ground with ease. And when he is having a particular bad tantrum, he tends to throw heavy objects into the street, which more than likely has either killed or injured random people.
31st Jan '16 10:52:02 PM KZN02
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In the Manga of Durarara, you get to see Erika and Walker's interrogation of the kidnappers, and suffice to say that they are probably the most insane of the entire cast, and its surprising that they haven't killed anyone (that we have seen yet). And, if you think about it, the only reason that Walker and Erika are not cereal killers is because Kadota is holding them back, or at least making them put their energy elsewhere.

to:

* In the Manga of Durarara, you get to see Erika and Walker's interrogation of the kidnappers, and suffice to say that they are probably the most insane of the entire cast, and its surprising that they haven't killed anyone (that we have seen yet). And, if you think about it, the only reason that Walker and Erika are not cereal serial killers is because Kadota is holding them back, or at least making them put their energy elsewhere.
31st Jan '16 7:00:12 PM JacksonStillburn
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* The second season of the anime illustrates one of the most frightening problems about anarchistic groups like the Dollars (or, for that matter, our own real life's Anonymous): with no one in charge and no rules, there's nobody who can put a stop to it if the group as a whole decides to go completely off the rails. Even the groups' own founders can't do anything except watch powerlessly as the people they inducted into it go on a rampage, get in a fight with the police, turn to terrorism or kidnapping or commit any number of other vile acts.

to:

* The second season of the anime illustrates one of the most frightening problems about anarchistic groups like the Dollars (or, for that matter, our own real life's Anonymous): with no one in charge and no rules, there's nobody who can put a stop to it if the group as a whole decides to go completely off the rails. Even the groups' own founders can't do anything except watch powerlessly as the people they inducted into it go on a rampage, get in a fight with the police, turn to terrorism or kidnapping or commit any number of other vile acts.acts.
* In the Manga of Durarara, you get to see Erika and Walker's interrogation of the kidnappers, and suffice to say that they are probably the most insane of the entire cast, and its surprising that they haven't killed anyone (that we have seen yet). And, if you think about it, the only reason that Walker and Erika are not cereal killers is because Kadota is holding them back, or at least making them put their energy elsewhere.
1st Jan '16 10:02:57 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In ''{{LightNovel/Durarara}}'', I first thought that Izaya saying that the Dollars were the Slasher was just him causing trouble, which it is in part, but in a way, he's right. Just as the Dollars are gray figures before they reveal themselves, so too are the various people who become possessed after being attacked by other Slashers. Also, reminiscent of ''SnowCrash'' is the similarity between memes/groups spread by the internet and divine possession.- @/{{Jordan}}

to:

* In ''{{LightNovel/Durarara}}'', I first thought that Izaya saying that the Dollars were the Slasher was just him causing trouble, which it is in part, but in a way, he's right. Just as the Dollars are gray figures before they reveal themselves, so too are the various people who become possessed after being attacked by other Slashers. Also, reminiscent of ''SnowCrash'' ''Literature/SnowCrash'' is the similarity between memes/groups spread by the internet and divine possession.- @/{{Jordan}}
30th Jul '15 10:51:02 AM CJCroen1393
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

* Akane's bond with Shizuo makes more sense when you consider that they had something in common: They were both ''feared''. In one episode of season 2, we see Akane crying over the realization that her family was of the Yakuza and that all of her so-called "friends" were actually terrified yes-men. Shizuo didn't have a lot of friends growing up because his great strength scared them away. In a way, this actually makes their friendship [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments so much sweeter]].
12th Jun '15 6:03:09 AM InsomniacWeasel
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Seeing Boss!Kado from Kida's perspective: You want to protect your best friend from gangs and freaks like Izaya, but not only has he already done the same things you did, he's also just as freaky as the man you hate and has been lying to you all this time. And he also sets someone on fire before your eyes and smiles while covered with blood. Is it possible Mikado thought of eliminating Kida if he got in his way? The DRRR wiki says Mikado sees EVERYTHING in his life as a tool for his amusement.

to:

* Seeing Boss!Kado from Kida's perspective: You want to protect your best friend from gangs and freaks like Izaya, but not only has he already done the same things you did, he's also just as freaky as the man you hate and has been lying to you all this time. And he also sets someone on fire before your eyes and smiles while covered with blood. Is it possible Mikado thought of eliminating Kida if he got in his way? The DRRR wiki says Mikado sees EVERYTHING in his life as a tool for his amusement.amusement.
* The second season of the anime illustrates one of the most frightening problems about anarchistic groups like the Dollars (or, for that matter, our own real life's Anonymous): with no one in charge and no rules, there's nobody who can put a stop to it if the group as a whole decides to go completely off the rails. Even the groups' own founders can't do anything except watch powerlessly as the people they inducted into it go on a rampage, get in a fight with the police, turn to terrorism or kidnapping or commit any number of other vile acts.
7th Jun '15 9:14:51 PM Vicat
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Seeing Boss!Kado from Kida's perspective: You want to protect your best friend from gangs and psychos like Izaya, but not only has he already done the same things you did, he's also just as psycho as the man you hate and has been lying to you all this time. And he also sets someone on fire before your eyes and smiles while covered with blood. Is it possible Mikado thought of eliminating Kida if he got in his way? The DRRR wiki says Mikado sees EVERYTHING in his life as a tool for his amusement.

to:

* Seeing Boss!Kado from Kida's perspective: You want to protect your best friend from gangs and psychos freaks like Izaya, but not only has he already done the same things you did, he's also just as psycho freaky as the man you hate and has been lying to you all this time. And he also sets someone on fire before your eyes and smiles while covered with blood. Is it possible Mikado thought of eliminating Kida if he got in his way? The DRRR wiki says Mikado sees EVERYTHING in his life as a tool for his amusement.
3rd May '15 5:35:38 PM Smurfton
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Why does Celty Sturluson, a Dullahan from CelticMythology, have an Icelandic last name? [[spoiler: Because Izaya just might be right about her being a [[{{Valkyries}} valkyrie]], that's why.]] Bonus to that: [[spoiler:She has the same last name as [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snorri_Sturluson the poet who is the author of Edda]] that is basically the source of the literary Norse Mythology - Valhalla, Valkyres and Ragnarok included. ''Might'' or might not be MeaningfulName in the end.]]

to:

** Why does Celty Sturluson, a Dullahan from CelticMythology, Myth/CelticMythology, have an Icelandic last name? [[spoiler: Because Izaya just might be right about her being a [[{{Valkyries}} valkyrie]], that's why.]] Bonus to that: [[spoiler:She has the same last name as [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snorri_Sturluson the poet who is the author of Edda]] that is basically the source of the literary Norse Mythology - Valhalla, Valkyres and Ragnarok included. ''Might'' or might not be MeaningfulName in the end.]]
This list shows the last 10 events of 49. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Fridge.Durarara