Oku just made the aliens God. Well, they shifted from evil to good, at least. Unless I am mistaking in them trying to set a new destiny for Kei. Or is that Oku might think that this is neutral, life is an endless cycle and so forth. Damn, I have spent most of these chapters trying to figure out Oku's ontological perspectives. He might have a career as a philosopher.
what in the fuck?
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Nothing's easy for these guys it?
"hey lets get those pesky giants" ~ 40 years to complete
"hey lets show these humans they're nothing more than dust particles and old toasters" ~ 90 years to complete, when the old man (now a white American female) gives birth to Sei.
Last edited by Damura; October 14, 2012 at 10:11 PM.
I guess they are bored and want to spend some time doing crazy stuff.
Lead up to glorious Gantz/HEN
The possibilities are basically endless to what can happen now. Everyone in the end will born as babies in around 500 years. Haha, only Oku can pull a time skip in the last chapters of his manga.
Disappointed by the teams response.
"kei-chan..." should instead be, "what the fuck? WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT"
These two aliens are the most gayest aliens ever....
The hell? So people keep reviving indefinitely? So how would this relate to people being revived? How does it relate to people being revived multiple times?
It's not their work.
The "soul" moves on it's own.
But the aliens have their soul moved together to form a family. I think Kei and Reika would be happy if they were husband and wife not mother and son lol.
Does anything feel like this is a more worst ending than the anime series did? lol
jesus fucking christ people.
its called "the law of conservation of energy"
Go look it up.
thats all this alien is explaining to you.
its high school science basically.
People aren't born and they don't die.
The energy that constitute's their being simply changes form.
And you guys thought that Oku was professing his own religious views.
Silly humans =)
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The situation isn't complicated enough to warrant asinine questions.
Yes absolutely. Reika's spirit has travelled from outer space down to America. How about some common sense that the 'soul' cannot be reborn into another single human beings body. The law of conservation means that nothing can be destroyed, but it doesn't mean your entire essence manages to collect itself 2 years down the track on another continent.
I meant "why would they (aliens) force Reika's soul to give birth to the Tokyo Team?", though it has been cleared up that it's just supposed to be nature at work doing various natury things.
In any case since when would any human being mumble "Kei-chan" when they've just been told he's about to be reborn in America? And lets not forget that the aliens killed not only Kei but Reika, Kishimoto, Sei and the Old man in a matter of seconds. "why would you do that you" is still reasonably relevant, even as a rhetorical question.
Last edited by Damura; October 15, 2012 at 12:56 AM.
so Kei will be reborn as Reika's next life's son, Kishimoto will be his sister.....what's next? make Sei his aunt or cousin so all the gantz girls Kei has wanted to be with but couldn't are now gonna be forbidden to him on his next life? i hope this is not how it ends for Kei2. this is a more messed up ending for him than in the anime and the movie in my opinion.
and i will shit bricks whenever i hear word Gantz if Ryou's next life ends up being Reika's next life's husband...