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Yea, I also had hoped Inba may go the same route as well, we all know in the last chapter he showed that he had what it takes.
Well Kei is back and he is here to stay for-sure, I'm sure he is going to survive this mission. Hope he gets some major creds/points. Might be missing an arm or leg but he will make it.
yea me to but i wonder what hes gonna do with the points he get because he cant leave yet because he ll lose his memory plus his team need him
Well looks like Kei is missing an arm (predicted one thing right ^_^) and has a burned face. I hope he will get transfered soon. The last page picture did not look good for Kurono. Thats why I am hoping that his transfer already started on the leg part we could not see.
If it did not, I'm thinking Kei is gone.
Last edited by Charlie; March 18, 2009 at 10:04 AM.
I don't get the euphemism.
anyway, man, just when i thought everything was quite stagnant, Oku pulls something like that. delaying Kei and all... Kei! of all people!
Don't worry Kurono will pull through like he always does. Well I hope he
Also, the "at that time I didn't think the recent events and the end of the world could be related" could have been said from any point in time after Nishi revealed the timer. It doesn't have to come from after the end of the story.
Last edited by Amnesiac; March 20, 2009 at 07:41 AM.
Unless we find out Kurono really is telling a story. At one point Gantz could have been real, until it drove Kei to insanity right after the Buddha mission.
Tae isn't real, it's just another part of Kurnono's mind. In future missions we might see Kei cracking. His stories will get more fantastic until, the stories slip and we find out he's a liar!
Soon, the past story might catch up to the present mission and we'll see him drinking cheap wine and falling apart. No one will talk to him and he'll reach a point lower than Inaba. That is if the story isn't here in the present now. How's that for character development based on it not being in the present?
Anyways, I woundn't mind a character who told fantastical stories about his experience in Gantz that might be true or not, but were undeniably interesting and possible. Rules which are feared, and ones which don't seem possible because they are so epic. Nishi could do it.
I doubt gantz will turn into a Jiro Matsumoto or Hideo Yamamoto manga.