There he goes again, Doflamingo gives Luffy another reason for wanting to take him down. If the treatment of Rebecca by the country wasn’t enough, he went and showed Law getting shot right in front of Luffy. Law saved Luffy’s life and Luffy knows this, Luffy also knows Law is a good guy which is why he agreed on the alliance between the two. There is no way Luffy is leaving Dressrosa now without giving Doflamingo a serious beat down, just like he did with Crocodile and Hody. It is going to be satisfying seeing Doflamingo fall after painting himself such a bad guy.
I did not see that coming, for Sajin’s human metamorphosis to break and for him to turn into an actual wolf. Was it really Sajin’s pursuit of vengeance which caused this outcome? Did such feelings react to the curse his clan was under and subsequently take his humanity as penance for the curse? What exactly is the history behind Sajin’s clan and what will become of him now? Continue reading
That was quite the thrilling fight, Natsu laid the smack down quite intensely on Jackal yet he was still able to get back up and act like nothing much happened, how interesting. Seems like Mikero has some idea of what Tartarus is after, this thing called “faith” described as the “white inheritance”, I wonder what it is and how exactly is it related to the Magic Council? Did they create it or do they just have knowledge about it?
Nisekoi is a story about a fake love which originates from two conflicting gangs on the edge of war. The leaders of the two gangs decide to resolve their feud and prevent unnecessary conflict by having their children pair up with one another for the next three years which they spent in High School. This setting is tied together with a massive mystery overarching the story effectively driving the plot and the character interactions. The mystery is of events which occurred ten years in the past and a promise which the main character made with a certain girl.
Robin took the words right out of my mouth, Doflamingo truly is one cunning man…Just to take over Dressrosa he created so much suffering and hatred, what a sad guy =(. Back to Robin, she was involved in a similar situation with Crocodile back during the Alabasta arc, although Crocodile never went as far as Doflamingo. No wonder Crocodile doesn’t like Doflamingo, his too extreme O.o. The two moments of the chapter for me: finding out that Violet is actually Viola Riku, the princess of the Riku family, and Robin’s shock reaction…I am speechless, she’s never let a reaction like that slip before, could this be signs of her loosening up after years of constantly being on edge and on guard before she joining the Strawhats? Either way, Robin looks hot even shocked.
Through Kakashi we are given some idea what the difference between Obito and Naruto could be. Naruto has the trait of drawing people into him and making them feel like wanting to help him. Naruto’s refusal to accept and bend to society’s “reality” and his one-track mind to pursue what he really wants regardless of the likelihood opens people’s eyes to the possibilities of life and gets them to want to try the same. They start to believe in a future and place their hopes in Naruto supporting him whenever he stumbles. Obito wasn’t fortunate enough to have someone support him when he was at a crossroads deciding what to do and as a result, he became driven by despair. The contrast between a person with support and one without is clearly showcased this chapter.
Now THAT is how you lay your life on the line and display your resolve to win a fight. I am so glad Kubo-sensei has chosen to highlight Komamura Sajin in such a badass light after he was placed in the background for so long. Ah Sajin really is a total badass. Finally we are starting to see why he was appointed as a Captain of the Gotei 13. Phenomenal artwork as well from Kubo-sensei this chapter, it made the fight that much more thrilling and exiciting.
What an exceptionally enjoyable manga, the moment you start reading, you find yourself completely enchanted by this supernatural love comedy story that it becomes increasingly more difficult to put down the more you read into it. Once you get to know the characters and the circumstances they find themselves in, you become engrossed in what is happening and find yourself wanting to continue reading because you are so interested in what is going to happen.
Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches is a story about an apathetic delinquent, Yamada Ryuu, who is abruptly cast into a world of supernatural thanks to a sudden close encounter with the ace student of the school, Shiraishi Urara. Among researching the workings of the supernatural and finding out the school contains “witches” and that their powers are activated through a kiss, Yamada plays a pivotal role in helping these witches come to terms with their powers.
Really now Tartarus, going against Fairy Tail when they have no clue as to who exactly Fairy Tail are, underestimating is an understatement. I’m surprised Tartarus has so much to say about humanity when they barely have an understanding of what humanity is, the fact that they are oblivious to the workings of the current world signifies that quite boldly. Still why exactly are they after the Magic Council members? A tease at a hint was given this chapter but nothing substantial yet – “fas”-something, I am curious! Also the fact that Tartarus members can be resurrected is quite the powerful ability, I wonder how Fairy Tail will deal with that.
Wow, what an intense chapter that shockingly illustrated just how cruel and evil Doflamingo can be. I knew Doflamingo was twisted, but this chapter opened my eyes to a whole new level of twistedness Doflamingo has. To destroy such a beautiful thing as the trust a whole country has for their leader, their king, does Doflamingo have no heart? I was expecting Doflamingo to have gained some sort of insight in humanity and what is wrong after having grown up with the Tenryuubito but I guess my optimistic assumption was just too optimistic. Even compared to what we’ve seen from the Tenryuubito, Doflamingo takes the cake, the layers of cruelty he has displayed this chapter were piercing. What exactly happened to Doflamingo in the past to dictate his actions now?