So sad it end, there so many loose end he didn't cover. Like "Athrun" which was introduce in Volume 6 Chapter 46. He still a mysterious character that haven't even appear at all after demon world arc. Also Athrun's boss who also haven't appear yet.
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Yeah it is a sad moment, Beelzebub is ending but we get a new work from Tamura starting with a Spin-Off Story.
So i would say we see us there, cause i will follo Tamuras work. Beelzebub overall was a really funny manga but the Story had his Problems. His drawing get better and better and this last Chapter was great. Baby Beel has now the Pet Hilda always wanna get or him and Oga was walking like anyone else in the Demon World. XD
So Beelzebub ending brings us a new Baby, anyone grows only Beel and his Sister doesnt grow. Lamia is also a Demon and grow. XD
For this maybe my last Post in this Beelzebub Section. For all it was a pleasure for me to discuss with you about the great Manga we follow. I hope some will find together when the spin Off begins and some i will see in other Section.
Thanks for Tamura-sensei to create Beelzebub and entertain me week over week where i was waiting for a new Chapter. At least someone was following.
i feel really heartbroken ,i dont want beelzebub to end
Thus, the legend of child-rearing badass comes to an end. But wait, we have spinoff staring Rice boy.
I actually kinda like this chapter? It could have ended a lot worse. This is the first time I ever reach the ending of an on-going manga. I usually give up before it even end.
Sure, last chapter ended in the most predictable and cliche way ever that cancelled anime or manga resorts to. I feel this chapter at least redeem the series a bit.
It does suck that Beelzebub had to end with one of the worse arc ever written in this series. But hopefully, the author is giving a second chance to start a new, more successful manga. But it's unlikely though.
The biggest question I have about this chapter: Why didn't Beel age? Lamia is a demon and she aged.
This ending is pretty epic if we compare it to KHR's ending lol So I agree with you saying "this could've been worse"
Nice ending, it was a pleasure to follow Beelzebub since its first chapter, even with its ups and downs... The last chapters had everything I loved the most about Beelzebub, comedy, a quick and exciting fight, and it didn't take itself too seriously.
I must say I even like the plot holes the author (had to?) left open, since I always thought of Beelzebub as a manga where plot wasn't that important, I was in it for the characters and the comedy, the drawing style and the action were also a plus, and I always thought it would usually get pretty damn disappointing when fights and arcs started to drag on and try to explain things a little too much.
Welp, now it's time to wait for the spin-off.
i've cried. that's all.
p.s: Beelzebub was the first manga i've read from beggining to end, so i hold it very dearly
p.s: missed the six knights, the guy who had a crush on aoi and koma.
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Are there unanswered questions? Yeah, but I'm totally fine with this ending. In fact, it was pretty good for a manga like this. Better yet is the fact that a spinoff is coming, because whether or not it involves these characters I love the comedy of this manga at all times.
I already typed out my overview of the series here but I'll just say this for the forum:
(Cautiously) Looking forward to Beelzebub Darkness and I like Megane Aoi's new look.
Til next time guys!
Me beginning this chapter: "Hmm.... Color pages + timeskip, after a rushed arc where everyone comes together... Uh-oh! Death flag! Death flag for a manga!"
"Yep, it's over."
Too bad its ended....its like a part of me just died... i hope the spinoff is about En though
I was a bit late on the beelzebub train, but when i first started reading it I was hooked. Aside from like one arc in the story, i thought it was pretty much done perfectly. In fact, there has not been a series run in Jump over the 5 years since it began that I fell in love with instantly, and there has not been a manga I have picked up where I literally read 100 chapters in one sitting without doing anything else then got bummed out because i had to start waiting for weekly releases. It was one of my personal "Jump Big 3" that i waited for every week, alongside Toriko and One Piece.
I'm not sure if i just read the series much differently than most with how many disliked the ending, but I always felt like Beelzebub was meant to be strictly a gag manga. Its essentially a comment on and deconstruction of the "battle manga" genre with the reluctant high school delinquent protagonist archetype. Don't look too deeply into the plot and the manga is one of the best
Can't wait for Tamura-sensei's next work.
You're totally right TheBlackLotus, that's why I've been saying for a while that the serious parts of this manga sometimes last long enough to make us forget that this is a somewhat gag manga. The Fuji fight was PURE Beelzebub, start to finish, as was the Nasu fight (and the intro to the omens). The fight with Takamiya though started to get a bit serious though until the soul thing, and then it got serious again. I can say one thing though: despite this being a gag manga there's been definite character development in both personalities and powers in a way that makes sense. I can barely point to such developments in similar mangas such as Fairy Tail, and that's a manga that basically is one perpetual trolling of serious things like death without ever going there with core characters. I'm glad where Beelzebub ended, and I'll reserve any real criticisms until we see what this spinoff is. I'm highly looking forward to it.
Chapter's out, btw: http://manga.redhawkscans.com/reader...n/0/240/page/1