Considering how quickly the manga had to be ended, the ending was good. It`s obvious that there was not going to be a time skip originally, but it was a good idea to make it in order to make the ending somehow match.
As most of you, I loved them going to save 07, she did not deserve the life she had.
I really think that this "ranking" thing in manga is not fair: people may have to chose from several manga they like, so the most popular ones in TV series are the ones who win. Oh, I'm a Naruto and Bleach fan, too, I'm not against the most popular ones. But I think that with the ranking system, "cult" series do not have a chance to be well developed in time.
I began reading Psryen about 3-4 months ago, so I was not ready for it to end!!! I'll really miss it.
The first chapter is out in Vomic format since about 8 months ago I think, if they are doing more than this really might be a good sign
When was it stated there was gonna be another Vomic? Source?
With such great ending like this, it really sucks that it didn't get an anime.
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The End...Wasted potential.Goodbye Psyren.
I`ll wait for another Iwashiro Toshiaki series.The next one has to be popular like OP.
Good bye, Psyren... It's been a good run, though I've wished to see so much more of you.
On another note, Grana was too awesome for words.
One has to admit, the storyline was wrapped up amazingly well, considering how few chapters were given.
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so that was the END, we all miss it ...
just read the last chapter of psyren while listening to what a wonderful world by Louis Armstrong. seemed like the perfect way to end this series.
loved the way the series ended. number 7 started psyren to save the world and psyren ends with number 7 being saved. quite poetic i must say.
R.I.P. psyren.....I will miss you....It was my favourite manga and the story-telling of the author was the best I have ever seen.Also,now that the series has ended,I want to thank especially one person,Hai_Priesty,who was the soul of this forum thanks to his translations,up-to-date news and smart thoughts.Last but not least,i am looking forward to the author's next job and I am sure I will not be disappointed...
As far as I know his previous series were not very popular, so Psyren is already his biggest hit... I think Iwashiro-sensei would write seinen pretty well though, I'd approve if he made such a switch I wish him all the best for his future serialisations.
It's kinda sad for him that his assistants like Tamura Ryuuhei (Beelzebub) have surpassed him and are doing so well...
RIP Psyren... But at least the final chapter reveals how the time mechanics work: Every change Ageha & Co. do in their time does only change their timeline but not the one they visited thus creating multiple timelines, and No.7/Psyren are only able to make them travel into the changed future which is logical since it's the Psyren from the future that makes them travel into it.
Psyren with all it's timeline altering has been too complex to be realized as shounen IMHO. You know, there's 45 years of Star Trek now with all kinds of time travel and time paradox shit - and like they messed it by finally saying "don't think about time paradoxes, they'll only give you headaches" the failure of Psyren was preprogrammed IMHO.
I'd love to see a seinen version of Psyren though. Even if it means to read a second Gantz...
Did anybody think that Bleach's latest chapter kinda reminds you of Psyren?
Aside from the whole card with similar design to Psyren's, Ichigo now walks into an alley/street desperate for answers/help, and calls a number (while in Psyren Ageha answered the phone) and an operator answers. Coolbeans, Kubo. Psyren must feel so flattered