Last edited by 102jayday; October 15, 2012 at 04:04 AM.
Sure that's not just a bit of excess wind?
If the aliens are that almighty, why did they use the humans again to solve their problems?
not fair in my opinion, Kei1 turns and betrays the human race for the aliens just cause his idiot girlfriend said so and he gets to be seen Earth's hero (since he was known as leader of the "terrorists") and gets a happy ending with Tae. while Kei2 gets this?
I sure as hell hope they revive Kei2 and Reika so what the aliens said won't happen. please let them get revived.
They already defeated the Giants.
So no, they aren't using the humans to solve their problems.
They just sent the humans a fax.
Thats literally, all they did.
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The law of conservation of energy can be used to explain the phenomina of being "reborn" or "past lives"
All this alien is telling you is that in 2 years, the energy that constituted the essence of what Reika was, will find its way into a new body.
And the same will happen with Kei2's essence, and it will find its way into the body of Reika's child.
Without blatantly spelling it out for all of you.
The Alien is in fact giving slight meaning to human interactions.
Reika, Kishimoto, and kei have a very strong attraction for each other. That attraction is so strong that it is going to manifest itself in the future in the form of a new family.
With Reika as a the mother, and Kei and Kishi as siblings.
Not bad no?
This is a really nice ending I think. The Alien is giving deeper understanding to the intereaction that takes place between humans.
IN this Dimension, people with strong spiritual connections will be linked. That is about a deep of an understanding of our existence as its going to get.
We may be dust and detritus, we may be complicated blenders, but the connection that is shared between humans a powerful force, regardless of what meaning you choose to attach to it.
Last edited by kliff2004; October 15, 2012 at 10:41 AM.
It's kinda of sad to see Kei die awfully. Poor humans, they really didn't have any chance against the alien to begin with...
My god... This is so nuts. Not in a good way either. This takes the concept of deux ex machina to a whole new level. Why? I want to know why? And how? I mean for real? Just like that? ARRGHH! Crazy shit. Poor Gantz... it started off so amazing, so incredible, and this ending just seems so...dull and rushed.
^I agree. From what I gather the aliens simply have a scientific understanding of life and its components. As far as they would be concerned even if they kill someone he would just be reincarnated eventually.
I say "The less you know, the better you sleep".
And that's why i blame myself for not ditching this manga after Osaka...
Frankly, all this bullshit hardly covers anything.
So how does this technology work anyways?
Where are enemies beamed out from X gun?
Do aliens reincarnate too?
What are Vampires?
What other guns are there in Gantz?
Why black ball and not black cube?
I still love this manga for fu**ing around with your morality and way of thinking. Yet i lost this charm after Final mission. And only reading this spoiler i remembered whats so special about this manga - NO ONE IS SPECIAL!
I mean, our hero like blew up into dozens of tiny pieces and then this alien talks some VooDoo stuff about reincarnation. What the F? You just like blew our Number 1 hero to pieces and now you're spouting this random stuff? THE HELL?
And "THE HELL" part is actually the best part in this manga and that's why we read it! So yeah, Gantz is getting back on track i'd say.
Last edited by Sollum; October 15, 2012 at 03:11 PM.