So Kiric died...?
Is there mention of a digital Kiric hanging out with the other dead Kings?
Also, any mention of how the world views ATs anymore? Still a viable military technology or simply cool sports equipment implied with Koga still riding at the end?
Last edited by Waking_Dreamer; May 21, 2012 at 01:00 AM.
So uh, no chapter yet?
The wait is killing me!! Only, like, three chapters left and their translations are delayed! Nooooo!
Exactly what I'm thinking. What's taking them so long?!
So Air Gear just ended ;/ hoped for a better ending to be honest ;/;/ i really loved it.. but after the Kazu/Nike fight it just gone too fast and it wasn't the same shi**** that made me read it few times... bb Koga..
Was really Kururu wouldn't give up like that. And was hoping for some love scene between Ikki and Ringo too.
I'm more satisfied with how this battle end than I thought I would. It's actually look pretty nice.
Ikki and ringos love was represented in the cover page. I've been ignoring this manga for weeks...i haven't enjoyed it since the the final battle started but, the ending gave me decent closure i suppose. A lot of unanswered questions but it can't be helped. It was a fun ride guys !
Manga has ended... yet, i don't feel sad, just a big smile on my face, whilst remembering this old track from anime
Open the Sky!
Just finished the final chapters of Air Gear. Throughout most of it I was attempting to take in as much as possible, and to be honest my general reaction was WTF. There can be a lot of criticisms lobbed at the the final chapters of Air Gear. I've mentioned a few of them previously, so I see no reason to repeat myself. During the chapter, I was disappointed to a certain extent. I thought there was so much that needed to be said, and that a lot of the time to do that had been wasted. However, upon arriving at the second to last page none of that mattered. Kogorasamaru reunited in that spread wiped away every negative thought and brought back all the good memories and the best moments of the manga over the years. And I have to be thankful for those. It was an awesome ride, and that is how I will remember it.