lost wrote:I hope the Tankoubon will have more pages as well. I think the execution for the fight was good enough, but feels like there could've been more, I'll wait for a translation before commenting further, there are quite a few questions I have in mind, perhaps it's in the dialogues, stuff like the future arc, where it looked as if Bob was the sole survivor (Chiaki crying and mentioning Nagi when she talks about the moon has finally cleared up), I find it a little weird.
Eve wrote:I'm terribly disappointed...that's the worst ending ever...I really hoped that Maya would stay alive...but no...every character that I liked had to die in the end..just not satisfying at all...all the waiting and the expectations for nothing >~<
kk1 wrote:Master wrote:The only good thing that happen in the ending is Bob.. god bless you Bob you live good life. Have kids, and living American Dream.......
I doubt he's living the American dream in JAPAN
kujoe wrote:That's an interesting way of putting it...
But I think after the past arc with Shin, it seems fitting that Maya fully gives her life to prevent a 'repeat' of it. It just sucks that she has to go.
I haven't checked out the chapter for myself, but I'm kind of curious of how Mitsuomi reacts to her death. I wonder what he thinks of red feathers now after all of this...
ross61 wrote:I think this is a perfect ending, the way I wanted it to end.
Testament wrote:kk1 wrote:What?!?
What you mean with "what"?
Did I spoil the beans?
Mixed something up?
Sure it was a suprise to read that Kago was originally Susanoo, but it create even more question about his origin... like if he is really Susanoo; how did he lost his power to begin with; and probably several other questions. It doesn't answer anything. I feel like that the story is ending with some unanswered questions and everything appears like a forced end...
Swordfish II wrote:Fugu,
I enjoyed your personal note on the last page of the scanlated ch. 136.
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