Could someone explain this shit? Why did the dead guy kill his real self.
Well for some reason they are rushing throough the story.
They skippped the cripple hand butler that let the cars drop on some kids.
They skipped Mira thinking about breast implants.
They skipped cut oout the China girl that was friends with unidentified gender kid of Loser.
>Skipped Mira thinking about breast implants.
da fuk is wrong with them?
Rewatch the flashback part again, this time read the subtitles. Its not rocket science.
Also gotta love how shitters pretend the episode was not good when the overall reception was positive everywhere.
Is it just me or is Kyoma being more of a dick in the anime? I feel in the manga he's casually messing with her indicated by the occasional smirk whereas in the anime it feels more like he's genuinely cold towards her.
Kyoma overall feels more like a fucking rock in the anime. He generally doesn't seem to react that much to anything.
Like the scene where he goes to the toilet and Mira is using it in the manga he slams the door shut and asks "Why the hell is a robot using the toilet!?" and in the anime he makes NO reaction and Mira starts to explain shit about nanomachines and closes the door by herself.
Who cares. Just give me more vampire loli.
So what happened in the original time line is the guy saved his waifu but she got amnesia. The coil made an alternate time line via the girls dreams where he saved the towns folk instead of his waifu. Real guy liked ghost guy more because he chose the more honorable thing. Which is why he didn't want to destroy the coil because he had a connection to all his dead friends. Ghost guy had a dimension w dream where he saved everyone but to do that he had to kill his real time line self. He did. Then robit showed up and told him he wasn't real and that his waifu is alive and they alternate dimension separated. The end.
Something like that anyways.
He's ice cold in the anime and rather distant.
In the manga you get his usual "robot, robot, junk" banter with Mira, and the occasional smack, but other than that, in the manga he's far more social, he actual chats with anyone (including Mira) normally, shows concern for others and actually reacts to things.
I the anime staff thought making him ice cold and stoic would make him look cooler. And whilst I'll refrain to make an opinion on whether that's actually better or not, considering how rushed this adaptation has been, I don't think those changes have made Kyouma look like a good person.
What the hell are you people talking about? It says it right in the episode, the Numbers created a parrallel universe were Darker Than Black Monster of the Week villain saved everyone. Since his alternate version is from the past it didn't know the real one saved his waifu so he killed a lot of people to protect his waifu like a chump.