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Many people say that Bakuman is nearing it's end, with Ashirogi starting their new anime-approved manga and all that stuff. And obviously, they'll need a villaion whom to face off. So, who do you believe is most fit for the role of the "Final Villain"?
The Nr.1 Genius Eiji? The selfproclaimed manga god Nanamine? The black sheep Takahama? Or maybe a completely new character?
Discuss it here.
Last edited by alphabeta; October 16, 2011 at 07:20 AM.
The anime industry! Actually I think the "final battle" will be between rivals Ashirogi Muto and Nizuma Eiji. With Eiji now planning on creating the most popular manga the world's ever seen, Saiko and Shujin are probably going to have to do the same.
But, I wouldn't call them villains. Nanamine was a villain, but the rest are simply rivals.
So, the last rival will be Eiji.
Everything so far has been pointing at Eiji, so I'm guessing its gonna be him.
Eiji's the only rival that's remained constant throughout the story, so it'll obviously be him.
Eiji's is the only person capable of being the Final Villian, well technically it would be rival as it seems the Series will be ending sometime soon but all the hype that has been here since the very beginning of the series has set it up for Eiji.
Well, yeah, the poll speaks for itself. Maybe I should've asked "who you want to be the final villain?". I just can't imagine Eiji as the Final Rival after we've been shown his "good side". A climatic battle needs a bad person as the antagonists. Not a good buddy. It's the same as if Neiji would suddenly become No.1 Villain in Naruto.
Eiji, he's the only one who hasn't been surpassed by Ashirogi Muto. He's like the main man for the villains.
With the rivalry between Eiji and Ashirogi ever since the very beginning, and now that between Reversi and Zombie Gun practically sponsored by everyone in Jump, Eiji is really the only one who can be the "final villain," if he can be called that. There is no-one else as established who could come close to the mastery that we've seen from Eiji, and no other character who has been developed quite as much who would deserve to be the final boss above him.