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The first third of the anime is spend mostly introducing characters and establishing bits of story elements for the latter part of the anime with Mikado, the seemingly main character of Durarara and his friends Kida, his childhood friend, and Anri, a well endowed girl with a quite interesting back story.
It's pretty slow to say the least, but it's all worth it later on.
The story quickly shifts from being creative unique character driven story to a very lame teen drama involving gangs, with the focus being the most bland group of characters of the entire anime (Like Mikado and Kida), with the villain having the charisma of a random background character (And looks and starts out like one too).
I would consider calling this part of Durarara, DRRR, as it's sort of an insult to be stripped of all the greatest parts by the end of the anime, sure the other characters do have their moments (Like Shizuo tearing shit up), and bad moments too (Shizuo learns that he too be taken out by simple measures just like everyone else, and of course, the teen drama), but there is still worth while parts (A certain a**hole gets whats coming to him, and damn is it satisfying).
Seinen, literally "young man", is one of the main demographic classifications applied to manga, and, by extension, to anime, especially manga-based ones.
As the name implies, seinen works are marketed primarily to an audience of young men; the age range commonly understood to be the target of such works goes roughly from 17 to somewhere in the 40s.* Based on a light novel series written by Narita Ryougo and illustrations by Yasuda Suzuhito.
Huge cast of weird people, each with their own background and unique character.
Complicated story that is not clearly unveil, multiple parallel plots running together. Same characters: Ryuugamine Mikado (Durarara)/Hiizumi Akina (Yozakura Quartet) and Kishi Touka (Yozakura Quartet)/Sonohara Anri (Durarara).
But seriously, I must applaud this novel writer, who now has two well loved series under his belt that both received great anime adaptations, that's right I'll say it right now, Durarara is a great anime, great as in entertaining, with an early competent story and a huge cast of wonderful and unique characters. The story isn't really straight forward but mostly character driven, the entire anime can be summed up into three parts: The first 1/3 is the slow start, building up the characters and establishing many elements of the series, the second 1/3 is pay off of the start up, fantastic and fun moments are all found here folks with a lot of the more interesting characters featured the most, and then finally the last 1/3, the umm, lamest part of the anime...Both anime about city with citizens, which possess various supernatural powers or are supernatural beings themselves.Complex story told in non-linear order with shifting perspectives.*Spoiler* Things did returned to its normal everyday life and routine, but it did evolve to another level. This series has a decent mix of action, schemes, and comedy.
Like a saying goes "to protect the normal everyday life". It is well-executed, though I felt that the ending didn't quite tie up all the loose ends it could tie up. Ikebukuro is one crazy ass town set in one crazy ass country that produced one crazy ass series of novels that now has a crazy ass anime adaptation, now replace "crazy ass" with "entertaining".Ryuugamine Mikado had always wanted to live the busy city life, and his dream becomes a reality when he moves to Ikebukuro, Tokyo to attend school with a childhood friend he had not seen in years, Kida Masaomi.Upon Mikado's arrival, Masaomi warns him about relevant people to never cross in the city, such as Heiwajima Shizuo, a violently short-tempered and ridiculously strong man in a bartender suit; Orihara Izaya, a dangerously well-informed information broker; and a mysterious gang known as the Dollars.Although they are playing at different time periods, they both feature a large cast of unconnected people, who slowly get entangled in the story and with each other.