Tietenkin, Talvi. En huomannutkaan toista suomalaista täällä. onko täällä niin vähän porukkaa että kaksi suomalaista voi koko paikan vallata?
Hieno nicki, jos saisin sanoa.
Ja mitä nuo jenkitkin tuossa yrittää estellä? >
Finland, Finland, Finland :P
Anyways, not going to like the absence (if there is going to be 1)
The author has taken quite a few breaks lately, and there was a long break around chapter 70, I think it was, so naturally Reborn! is a bit farther. I don't think there have been any breaks in that series...
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Re: D.Gray-man: long absence?
I don't feel bad or sad for a break. Imo hoshino lost it somewhere with the noah's arc arc. I think the fights and stories were all good, but imo the story was screwed up by the reviving of tiky. It made some events complete useless:
- allen's new powers didn't mean anything, while he's supposed to have general's level -> [b]explanation: maybe allen's new innocence isn't not well evolved yet[b]
- road thinking tiky was defeated, avenging on lavi but she was defeated (let's assume she just retreated)
- Chaoji getting innocence out of nothing? What is happening with tiedoll, miranda, etc...
-> what was this arc for: well it was to stop the download of the new arc while noah hold them off. But meanwhile it seems that the huge ??? are lavi, krory and kanda while it seems that earl is going off with tiky and cross with his excorsists. I think the chapters were to focused on the noah vs excorsists, while there could have been interesting parts elsewhere: the current situation with tiedoll, etc...
Maybe it's better for a break, better clearing out the story on a not so complex, hasty way. Though I must admit that the last two chapters were good
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