Saiga's appearance was the only thing that made this chapter almost bearable. I'm just hoping the arc is over, and in a couple weeks I will have completely forgotten all about it. How is Jihan more prevalent than Kenichi in this chapter? One might be forced to think that Jihan is relevant in this manga, or at least that someone actually liked or even remotely cared about him.
Jihan was more likeable.....when he was dead :hee
I stand on neutral ground, I didn't like nor dislike this chapter. It was nice to see Saiga wave goodbye before he left; sadly that was the only highlight of this chapter.
I like how Elder expressed his gratitude to Kenichi, totally in his character. Also, Saiga waiving goodbye was nice and how he disappeared instantly when Elder noticed him. He didn't want any contact with him for whatever reason.
Ok...nothing to say about this chapter, except that it came out FRIDAY YIPPIE xD, but we know matusena, he aint going to change his schedule, probably next chapter will go out on tuesday :(
I wonder what will happen in yami now. Over the course of the manga we have seen at least 2 yami masters being sent to big lock and now one of the 9 fists actually killed a fellow member. The whole point of yami is to actually stop this very guys from killing each other. Will there be some instability now? More so, akira actually showed he is willing to collaborate with ryozampaku and is actually friends with sakaki to whatever extent possible. Not to mention that junazard was one of the stronger yami members to say the least. Heck, since the whole thing about yami is mostly about insanely strong people any changes is bound to bring someone on the edge. What if the weapon's division no longer trusts the unarmed division?
In this chapter:
Akira can't say cool lines and walk away.
Sakaki and Akira rekindling their friendship.
Saiga flipping Kenichi.
Then Jihan is going to explain his survival (short please) and development for the next arc.
If the next arc doesnt blow our minds, matsuena is good as dead :hip
Well, hopefully next arc focuses less on the masters and gives us more Shinpaku. Miu might actually be out of commission, as far as fighting is concerned, for a while as she recuperates and tries to break Jenezad's spell, so if they get to fight strong enemies it won't just be like "welp, Miu's here, the enemy's as good as beaten".
what is written is
there is a third OVA decision
I don't want to see Miu at all!! This entire arc was about her, she can retreat to the shadows for a bit she won't be missed plus no one likes "helpless" Miu lol