I wouldn't say they're like oil and water. I think Nishi and Kurono are oil an water...likewise with Izumi and Katou.
yeah y u hating on the best charcter on the show
the hell wit the hobo y wud he risk his life again savin a got damn hobo lol hell i dnt no y he did it the first time
not sayin dats wrong but y wud he risk his ownself and katuo just a hipercrite
lol u seen he waz about 2 kill his own aunt
The Hobo incident was only to illustrate the apathy of people in Oku's eyes. It was to illustrate Kurono's apathy and selfishness at the start of the series...his ignorance. Since then I'd say Kurono has changed dramatically.
Pervert? Who cares? He's not a deviant or anything. I don't see your dislike of Kurono as being really rational Gantz556, I just think you have a thing for virtuous characters...or those who were that way right off the bat, like Katou.
And ace3106, is the l33t sp33k necessary? Try to express yourself a bit normally. It helps to understand eachother when we discuss things. And try to avoid one-line posts unless it's warranted. Thanks.
I seriously hated Kurono before, he's more like a desperate virgin wanting to get his first experience when he was introduced (in the anime). but i kinda liked him like after when kishimoto and katou died, he gradually changed that time. the character development on him surely did a great impact why i like him
Kei Kurono is my favorite character of all time. I relate to him, and his development has been a big inspiration for me. I love the characters that have been positive influences on him just by association almost. I don't think I need to explain much more than that since you guys all know how he has progressed over the series.
Gantz566: I don't understand how anyone who loves Katou can hate Kei after he has changed so much. Both are excellent characters.
How the hell can anyone call Katou weak? Clearly they're opinion is biased as can be. He has a lot of willpower and tries very hard to live up to his responsibilities, and he's a good combatant too. There is no logical reason to call him weak at all.