People don't like Katou cause, because he unrealistic. The true
good guy. Willing to risk his life to save a bum. I'm man enough
to admit I wouldn't do that. The character's are petty, self centered,
self loathing, bitter, psychopathic and anti social. This is how most
humans are, so humans tend to like these characters or relate
to them. I always relate to the good guy, the true hero. And that
is Katou, he has no dark secret or dark desires. So people won't
relate to him, but people want guys like Katou to save them in real
life. Whether it be a mugging, fire, attempt of rape or whatever bad
that happens to people. Cause in all actuallity, the other characters
won't lift a finger to save you, but Katou would. That is why he is
my favorite character. I hope he survives in the end and date
Kishimoto #2 or if Ansu was revived in Osaka her then.
Kishimoto...meh....maybe not. The anime makers seemed to put too much into her character in merchandise to make her just disappear. You're right cassaruby: if her part was over, then Oku wouldn't have made her show up for one chapter.
Still, I've never like her and I don't want to see her again.
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I dunno what Katou will do. he made commitments to Anzu, and that's still a possibility. He really likes Kishimoto, but he hasn't shown that he'll do anything for either of em. He might even become a priest and avoid girls, or find a new one that takes his interest. Maybe he's not really into girls who would die for him and he hasn't come out of the closet about it yet.
Besides all that, there oughta be a first date with Kishimoto someday soon.
Doubt there will be a date soon.
With only 2 days to go, people will be more worried about Katastrophe than going out, I imagine. Maybe after Katastrophe is over (if they survive) they'll consider that.
Katou was annoying as all hell. I didn't like him at all. I get he is supposed to be this great moral compass and beacon of compassion and all that stuff, but I honestly found him about as unbearable as Kishimoto. He was whiny, self-righteous and honestly, the way he presented himself with the seriousness of the situation of Gantz' alien hunting, strongly resembled weakness to me. His negligence and hesitancy to act when people were in serious danger cost lives, and even when he should've fought back with the weapons, he barely did so, only acting once pretty much everyone was dead. He wanted everyone to "go back" but he didn't have the guts to do what it took to make that happen. He was a hypocrite, just like Nishi said. And as much as Nishi was a creeper to me, I agreed with everything he had to say about the others. Sorry, but when he bit the dust, I was happy.