Drama Crows Zero II Information

Crows Zero II
  • Drama Title: Crows Zero II
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  • Status: Completed
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  • Total Episodes: 1
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    Takiya Genji and his newly formed gang, GPS, have successfully taken over Suzuran and overthrown their former leader, Serizawa. He soon realises however, that reaching the top is tough, but staying there is even tougher. Unity is fast deteriorating as inner turmoil begins to grow within the grounds and loyalty crumbles. Genji is soon beset by a malaise as he doubts his ability as a leader and fighter. Meanwhile, a certain rival school declares all-out war on Suzuran and this conflict will test Genji's ability to rise up to the challenge.

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