Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor

Alt title: Darker than Black: Ryuusei no Gemini

Darker than Black: Gemini of the Meteor Episode 6 - (Sub) An Aroma Sweet, a Heart Bitter

Hei learns the truth about the mysterious Izanami. If BK-201 wants to reach the object before it's destroyed, he'll have to defeat Genma - and stop Suo from pulling the trigger.

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Episode 1

(Sub) Black Cats Do Not Dream of Stars

(Sub) Fallen Meteor image

Episode 2

(Sub) Fallen Meteor

(Sub) Vanishing in a Sea of Ice image

Episode 3

(Sub) Vanishing in a Sea of Ice

(Sub) The Ark Adrift On the Lake image

Episode 4

(Sub) The Ark Adrift On the Lake

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Episode 5

(Sub) Gunsmoke Blows, Life Flows

(Sub) An Aroma Sweet, a Heart Bitter image

Episode 6

(Sub) An Aroma Sweet, a Heart Bitter

(Sub) The Doll Sings in the Winter Wind image

Episode 7

(Sub) The Doll Sings in the Winter Wind

(Sub) Twinkling Sun On a Summer Day image

Episode 8

(Sub) Twinkling Sun On a Summer Day

(Sub) They Met One Day, Unexpectedly image

Episode 9

(Sub) They Met One Day, Unexpectedly

(Sub) Your Smile On a False Street Corner image

Episode 10

(Sub) Your Smile On a False Street Corner

(Sub) The Sea Floor Dries Up, and the Moon Grows Full image

Episode 11

(Sub) The Sea Floor Dries Up, and the Moon Grows Full

(Sub) Ark of Stars image

Episode 12

(Sub) Ark of Stars

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