I do hope that Kanzaki will shine; his role until now was to be beaten by everyone.
Good chapter and as someone already said, things are heating up.
By the way, Nasu sure freaks me out. LOL
Please let this never happens, that Furichi get the same strengh like Oga. What kind of sense should this have?? That the chicken fighter Furichi who recognize that he cant handle with real Power, run over again. A origingal strategist don´t need strengh, he analyse and think about situation. Furichi is always the Person who was thinking about response of every movement Oga did. Like after Toujou Arc, Furichi dont think about Toujou he cares about the School and where will they go now.
This Character never need strengh and should never get it. A King always need someone counsel or strategist. For what Furichi needs strengh??
That Furichi start messing around with Toujou.
By thsi point i wanna see Toujou with the emblem, and then he could say know he is like his Mentor. My God Toujou with Demon Power. He will pass the stage as Superhuman an create his own LvL.
Household vessels have appeared in Beelzebub ! Well I guess it makes sense for other characters than Oga to evolve from joke level. For once I'm please to see the main story go in a good way and the end of the chapter was really cool.
Hopefully Toujou doesn't with emblem since he's own man not some Oga lacky, hell he doesn't even hang out with them.
Toujou will have a contract with.................either Jabberwock or Behemoth!
I'm more inclined to disliking this chapter...
-One minute Kanzaki is like "I will never accept Oga as the leader",the next minute he is "Oga is number 1,so don't talk bad about him".(I'm aware that he has a like/hate relationship with Oga but it happen a lot in this one chapter)
-Kanzaki getting a power up is a good thing.Dude been a punchbag for a long time.Though I'm a bit confused whether he got the beelzebub symbol on his back before/after fighting Nasu's men.
-Hilda not being able to detect Nasu disappoint me.Both furuichi and Kanzaki are able to find him...I kinda expect her to do something(at least be near baby beel or figuring out who is the demon nasu is contracted to) other than standing on the roof top like she always does.
-On the other hand,I really like that Furuichi is the 'official general' of the group and that they respected him.I think his strength lies more on in planning,not in fighting.(for now)
On the other Side Yolda transfer the room of Lord En and the Nurses to an other dimension, to get not trace from Hilda, Lamia or Alan.
So the comment that Hilda can´t trace Nasu make sense, that could mean that his complett Energy flows now in the underlings or this Room is now in a different dimension.
Nobody knows what kind of Demon Nasu is or is he also only a contractor would mean his Demon is not even in this World. But that fact show us the relationship between contractor and Demon.
But why Toujo should have a contract with a demon?
Isn't he already strong? I mean he fought and defeated the demons without too much effort in the Akumano Accademy arc.
So, predictions for next week's chapter: I think we're in for another interruption. I think Kanzaki will wipe the floor with the Poltergeists, but something will prevent him from giving the final blow to Nasubi. Maybe subcontracts are limited to how much they can be used at once, which would explain why Natsume could overpower Onizuka so easily.
What I want to know is if the demon Nasubi is contracted to is disguised as a student. I mean, if I was contracted to a teenage thug, I wouldn't let him leave my sight. This is most probably a contract of convenience.
Another thing is how much do Takamiya and Fuji know about Beel? Nasubi clearly knows Beel is a demon, and he's contracted to a demon that told him such. Are the three of them giving an appearance of acting independently, but are actually one group? Or is it that the demon(s) that are contracted with them allowing them to compete with each other? I think it would be neat if, this was a competition between the three of them, with the demon(s) making sure they don't abuse the contract.