It has been a year since Rock joined the crew of the Black Lagoon, and while becoming accustomed to life in Roanapur, he also gets involved in many dangerous circles. With the level of violence increasing by the day, Hotel Moscow takes advantage of Rock's talents, and he soon finds himself intimately involved in their struggle for power. A series of events eventually lead Rock back to Japan as a translator for Balalaika, where he soon finds himself confronted with the choice of returning to his old life or continuing with the new. While questioning where his morals lie, Rock must decide, once and for all, whether or not to call the Black Lagoon home.
The Second Barrage picks up right where Black Lagoon leaves off, carrying on the same sense of atmosphere and style. Instead of four separate mini-arcs, however, there are three, each with a unique focus: the first on the macabre, the second on humor, the third on character depth. While not quite on the level as the first season, if you loved Black Lagoon you definitely ought to turn... read more
I already covered the second season in my review of the first season, so please check that out. I will say that the second season definately changes the tone of the show up. It still receives the same rating though. Score: 8 Verdict: Grate Something that is grate takes you on a great journey and ultimately leaves... read more
|Black Lagoon Specials||DVD Special||2009||TBD|
|Black Lagoon: Roberta's Blood Trail||OVA||2010||TBD|
|Black Lagoon||2002||Original Manga|
|Black Lagoon (Light Novel)||2008||TBD|