Posted 17 July 2012 - 07:26 AM
I also wonder what is in the Navy character's mind (forgot his name also), as he was in contact with someone and seemed to be talking to them about Aoi, and then comes back for her and says he is going to help her. I'm beginning to think this manga is going to get even more convoluted, and has settled in for the long haul. I hope it continues to be interesting and entertaining.
Does anyone have any theories, or perhaps saw something that I missed?
Posted 17 July 2012 - 06:52 PM
In ch9 page 14 they give a very half-assed explanation as to why they work for the slob. It really is infuriating.
I'm just gonna have to reread the whole thing, since I forgot what happened before this sudden resumption of releases.
Posted 17 July 2012 - 08:29 PM
Then this is what makes this whole thing interesting, it seems the rulers of the countries don't like the military. In chapter 6 "mei-sama" (the ruler of kuryu it seems) doesn't want to comply with that kudou guy and ends up trying to attack him, only to lose of course, then in chapter 9 he says he found a replacement for her, so I'm guessing not only are the military trying to lure Asamiya by using Aoi but get rid of anyone who is trying to get in their way. This manga is awesome and underrated! Also why is that little girl that's with Kudou (Noro I think she's called) telling him to let Aoi leave without the sketchbook is she some important person too O_o?
Posted 23 December 2013 - 07:55 AM
Sweet, updates again!
So that's how it ends? Well I'm glad it didn't turn into a war story, but I felt it could have spent a little more time in adventure mode before finishing. It seems so short; I think a gradual buildup of discovering her history would have been better than rushing it all in before the end. I'll definitely keep watching the author for more of his works.
Edited by themantarays, 12 January 2014 - 01:11 AM.